12 months 900 minutes + Unlimited Texts with VP + Nokia 1661 £7.5 after cash back @ Mobiles.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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1. Quidco Mobiles.co.uk cashback £40 for a monthly phone contract
2. Nokia 1661 vodafone Your Plan 900 (12 months 9 months FREE )
3. After all £7.5 per month.

It should better than O2 and Vodafone's SIM only deal. and via quidco + sh*t mobile + Good offer, you got so many better 'SIM ONLY' deals.
Like Nokia 1661 300 minutes + Unlimited Texts with Vodafone Passport 12 months 10 months FREE £2.5 per month.
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cashback.....................no way !!
I've been doing cashback deals for years and never had a problem. Tried several different companies but this one is the best.
Actually got my last chequeback from this morning, posted it to them on October 27th, so not much of a wait either. Would recommend.
£45 / month cost prior to cashback is a little hectic for this handset even allowing for the generous inclusive 900mins calls & unlim txts, although short 12m term may be the saving grace.
my math suggests equivalent to nearer £7.90 / month after all the cashbacks.

it's actually cheaper in all respects to opt for vendor's 900mins / unlim txts over 18m term on Orange.
lesser £30 / monthly cost, and reduces to £4.44 / month equivalent after all cashbacks.
only neg would be the 18m term (and the trousers handset ! ).
You need to state the actual cost to be paid, as cashback is not guaranteed from Quidco etc
You need to state the actual cost to be paid, as cashback is not guaranteed from Quidco etc

Or mobile resellers... I've had my fingers burned far too often by the "Send us your 3rd & 6th bill" deals to be tempted again! :x
stick to sim only- no sending your 4th bill at such such a day- stress with post strikes etc etc

cashback too risky at the mo with the recession and companies struggling to secure credit from banks
Anyone any opinions on how reliable Mobiles.co.uk are for Cashback?

They're owned by carphone warehouse, so presumably more financially secure that most?

Anyone know at what point/how many times you have to claim the cashback?



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