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About to go onto contract after being on PAYG. I've been looking at flext 35 which is essentially £180 worth of credit to spend over the month. Calls are 20p and texts are 10p giving you 900 mins 0 t… Read More
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1d, 5m agoPosted 1 decade, 5 months ago
About to go onto contract after being on PAYG.

I've been looking at flext 35 which is essentially £180 worth of credit to spend over the month. Calls are 20p and texts are 10p giving you 900 mins 0 texts or 1800 texts 0 mins or any mixture in between (works out at about 600 mins 600 texts)

Its usually £35 but is on promotion for £30/month.

Before i sign up to this 18 month contract, does anyone have any advice or better deals or is anyone on flext and can they give me some feedback?

Thanks guys:thumbsup:
Donleeone Avatar
1d, 5m agoPosted 1 decade, 5 months ago
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#1
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FlexT 35 18mth = £180 credit up to 900mins or 1800sms/month
FlexT 35 12mth = £120 credit up to 600mins or 1200sms/month

What mobile do you want?

Buymobilephones.net have SE D750i for £245 term cost on Flext 35 18mth, £225 after quidco averaging £12.50/month

e2save and it's sister site osps both have multple deals with on Motorola L6 or Nokia 3120 on £289.90 term cost, £252.40 after quidco, £14.02 average

If you are good at planning, setting up reminders, simple paper administration and will not miss cashback dates, these are good deals.
#2
Thanks schizoboy edited my original post as i thoguht you got more mins :P

Erm would consider doing these cash back schemes but seems to bit too much effort personally.

Will consider, thanks mate ;) rep added

EDIT - maybe i wont be giving you rep "You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to schizoboy again." :|
#3
Check with TMobile as to what numbers you can call - I think they (like many others) charge seperately for 08 numbers: 0800, 0870, 0845 and so on. If you call these a lot, it might be worth looking at others - maybe O2.

Eitherway, always look at saynoto0870.com before you call any such number :)
#4
I'm on Flext 25 its done me great so far! altho the five pound off is a bit misleading as its only for one month
#5
I would recommend looking at the Carphonewarehouse cash back offers as they will actually honour them. I signed up to flext 35 with them and have claimed back and received £280 by now.
#6
blueincubus
I would recommend looking at the Carphonewarehouse cash back offers as they will actually honour them. I signed up to flext 35 with them and have claimed back and received £280 by now.


Blueincubus, is it easy to claim the cash back? Have you any links showing possible offers? Thanks
#8
Cor nice deal schizo! I've always been a bit deterred by these cash back schemes. Is this company okay and it is just a matter of sending my bills in recorded delivery each months - no strings attached?
#9
They are VERY strict.
2 main points
1. If your 1st claim doesn't get to them in time you forfeit that cashback and all future ones (costing you £385 in this case
2. All claims with original bills must be sent within 14days of the relevant bill date and requires specific planning (10minutes in MS Excell max sorts this and printing out a calender for them + [url]www.memotome.com[/url] reminders) ie. if your billing date is the 10th, your deadline is the 24th, and the bill usually arrives by the 14th latest, and you should send several days before any deadline giving really only 1 week window of opportunity

I have 2 contracts (at different address's) with these people without problem so long as you are disciplined.
#11
Where is Duck?, he is the mobile phone expert. I am sure he can find you the best deal at this moment in time.
#12
Thanks for all the advice. rep given. Will try to get in touch with duck.

Thanks again guys :)

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