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Sony Ericsson k800i

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9y, 8m agoPosted 9 years, 8 months ago
Anyone spotted any good ideals for a Sony Ericsson K800i contract around. The network isnt important.

For around 100minute, 300txts a month, roughly £25pound a month.

12month contract.
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9y, 8m agoPosted 9 years, 8 months ago
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#1
This offer from e2save.com is probably the 'best' offer in terms of total cost and cashback reliability :)

Where: e2save

Tariff : O2 250 : 250 x-net anytime mins & 100 texts every month

Gift : 6 months £2.99 line rental (12 month contract)

Cost : 6 x £2.99 + 6 x £30 = £198 for 12 months

Plus, £36.50 cashback via Quidco ( term cost ~ £13.50 / month)


http://i120.photobucket.com/albums/o175/hotukdeals/se_k800i_1.jpg
#2
awesome thanks v much

I got my phone from e2save, couple of years ago. Do they not have a RAF Scheme, or did i dream that. wondered if you could do that along with quidco if it is available
#3
Recommend a friend or relative and receive up to £20 for each one that successfully purchases a pay monthly mobile phone.

You will receive your cheque approximately 45 days after your friend or relative's purchase.

Pease Log into your personal account for details on how to refer your friends and family. :thumbsup:
#4
Just spotted this offer from The Phone Spot, which is also from CPW group; orders fulfilled by e2save.

Terms cost : £210 (after claiming £210 in cashback)

Quidco cashback : £50

Effective monthly cost : £13.30 / month for 12 months (12 month contract)

Tariff : 400 x-net anytime mins + 100 texts / month
#5
Its better going via Phonespot, slightly cheaper, plus a better Tariff.
Altho Id miss out on my RAF lol.
#6
leeutalkin2me
Its better going via Phonespot, slightly cheaper, plus a better Tariff.
Altho Id miss out on my RAF lol.


Think thats the best option as of now :thumbsup:

Although you go via PhoneSpot, orders are fulfilled by e2save ;-)

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