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*24 MNTH* Orange Network - 400 Mins & Unlimited Txts £25.00 Per Month ( 99p Per Month with Redemption) @ e2save

£25.00 @ e2save
OK this is a bit risky but for anyone willing to take the plunge it could pay handsomely. e2save have an Orange Canary contract going at 99p (you have to send in your bill at various monthly inte…
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5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
OK this is a bit risky but for anyone willing to take the plunge it could pay handsomely.

e2save have an Orange Canary contract going at 99p (you have to send in your bill at various monthly intervals to claim which is where the risk is). The handset you get free is only a Nokia 1800 but if you've already got a phone then you can just flog it on ebay and use your SIM.

Providing the cashback comes through you've got 400 mins plus unlimited texts for two years for just under £24! Never used e2save before so if anyone has any comments please feel free to leave them.

Plus £65 cashback via Quidco if tracked (thanks mikeleeds )
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Link fixed ;)
#2
I'm using e2save. Not had any problems, yet... Had a couple of cheques so far and nothing to complain about so far.

Don't forget quidco or whatever cashback site
#3
TopCashBack are quoting £46.46 for new contracts with e2save, so that should put you in profit.
#4
Being paid to take a sim with 400 minutes and unlimited texts every month.... Why in hell is this cold????

(personally I dont have the stones to risk cash back offers :P )

**edit** Just looked up the reviews of this side and (as with all phone sites) they are pretty bad but if you read through them its quite often an idiot customers fault (ie just read one that the guy was fuming because he ordered a phone the day before xmas eve and it wasnt there the next day). I think if you have a little knowledge of your rights and at least 2 or more brain cells to rub together, this should work out just fine!


Edited By: jaybear88 on Apr 07, 2011 13:21
#5
jaybear88
Being paid to take a sim with 400 minutes and unlimited texts every month.... Why in hell is this cold????

(personally I dont have the stones to risk cash back offers :P )


And that's why it's cold. The wimps always vote redemption deals cold. Those who have used them are outnumbered. I've got two running and have had cheques from both, but many people just won't risk it.
#6
HOT! (if you set yourself a reminder to get the cashback ;) )
#7
LongPockets
jaybear88
Being paid to take a sim with 400 minutes and unlimited texts every month.... Why in hell is this cold????

(personally I dont have the stones to risk cash back offers :P )


And that's why it's cold. The wimps always vote redemption deals cold. Those who have used them are outnumbered. I've got two running and have had cheques from both, but many people just won't risk it.


Not used e2save in a long time, but have had several cashback deals with them over the years, never had any problems with cashback from them.

Tend to use mobiles.co.uk these days as you can file your cashback claim online, which does save a trip to the post office and waiting around in the very long queues the generate ;)

Don't know if this deal is on mobiles, but they are both part of the same group so it might be worth a look.

Good deal op!
#8
I ordered a different phone with Talk Mobile Smart £12/month 24month contract with 200mins, 200 texts and unlimited internet. The effective cost £1.91 monthly after e2save cashback. Adding quidco to this makes it free. And I can sell the phone on ebay, making profit! Great find! I hope my credit check works out, though. I have been moving way to much over the past few years ;)

This isn't available on mobiles.co.uk, though, so I will have to make a trip to post office every now and then. To those ones with e2save - do you send the originals of your bills of photocopies? Also, do you send it recorded or will a second class stamp do just fine?

Two years of free calls, texts and internet - here I come!

Edited By: Zenec on Apr 07, 2011 14:41
#9
I had an e2save cashback contract last year. I simply set task reminders in Outlook and the cashback cheques came in no problems. The company is part of Carphone Warehouse.
#10
Thanks for the e2save feedback. Strange that no one has reported problems despite the cold votes.

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