12 months free line rental on Vodafone deals at OneStopPhoneShop - HotUKDeals
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OneStopPhoneShop have various phones on 12 months free line rental on a 12 month contract on the Vodafone network. It's rare to get a 12 months free vodafone offer so take up the oppertunity whilst you can if this is your network of choice. After cashback, the deals work out as completely free because you claim all of the money you have paid back from OSPS. For £0 (after cashback), you receive the FREE phone, 12 months free line rental (after which you can cancel) and 200 x-net minutes per month. £20 profit can also be made via QuidCo.

Offers include:
The Motorola L6 Silver
The Motorola L6 Pink (clearance)
The Motorola V3 RAZR Silver, Black or Pink
The Motorola V220
The Nokia 2600
**There are also 12 months free offers available on other networks via the link below**


How: Follow the above line to the 12 months free section at OneStopPhoneShop and select the deal you want. All deals work by cashback which you claim from OneStopPhoneShop at specified intervals. If you wish, you can purchase via QuidCo.com for £20 in extra cashback.
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[admin]#1
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#2
i am being lazy to find out myself.

what's the main difference between L6 and L7?

thanks.
#3
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Features of the Motorola L6 include:

VGA camera (640 x 480 pixels) with 4x digital zoom
Video camera
Display: STN 65,000 colours, 128 x 160 pixels
Handsfree speakerphone
MP3 ringtones
Messaging: SMS, EMS 5.0, MMS, Instant Messaging
Push to Talk
Java games
Downloadable screensavers, images, animations and sounds
Picture caller ID
Phone book (500 entries)
WAP 2.0, GPRS Class 10
Web browser
Connectivity: Bluetooth®, USB, SyncML
Memory: 10 Mbytes
Triband
Size: 113 x 49 x 10.9 mm
Weight: 86g
Talktime: up to 250 minutes
Battery standby: up to 345 hours


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Features of the Motorola L7 include:

VGA camera (640 x 480 pixels) with 4x digital zoom
Video camera
MP3 player (MP3 / AAC format)
Display: TFT 262,000 colours, 176 x 220 pixels
Handsfree speakerphone
MP3 ringtones
Messaging: SMS, EMS 5.0, MMS, Instant Messaging, email (POP3, SMTP, IMAP2)
Push to Talk
Java games
Downloadable screensavers, images, animations and sounds
Picture caller ID
Phone book (500 entries)
WAP 2.0, GPRS Class 10
Web browser
Connectivity: Bluetooth®, USB, SyncML
Memory: 5 Mbytes plus Transflash™ memory card (up to 512 Mbytes)
Quad band
Size: 114 x 49 x 11.5 mm
Weight: 96g
Talktime: up to 400 minutes
Battery standby: up to 350 hours
#4
Seems it's mainly looks. L7 has proper MP3 player, better screen and better battery life.

The L7 only has 5MB internal memory, but it's expandable - whereas the L6 has 10MB internal memory but it can't be expanded through the use of Memory cards.

I hope that helps. :D
#5
thanks duck. as i am considering also the L7 from cpw post eariler.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/PNphpBB2-viewtopic-t-21541.phtml

same questions, would you be able to advise?

anyone knows if these have vodafone branded? i.e. sim locked and vodafone logo printed on handset.

is the itemised billing compulsory? it's £1.50 a month extra.

anyone knows how to not have the itemised billing when ordering? i have a few experiences when the itemised billing is added but never had mentioned when i placed the order, but only found out in the first bill! (one of the shop was cpw)
#6
Cancelling itemised billing doesn't affect cashback at CPW, I'm not sure about OSPS... will have to check T&Cs.

The only way to cencel it I think is to contact the network and ask them to cancel it before you get your first bill.

:)
#7
These are all still on offer!!

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