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Heres a few great deals even without the potential Quidco offering. Always a bonus to et the extra cashback though :)

Talkmobile SIMO 6 Months - 750 Mins, Unlimited Txts & 0.5gb Data = £9pm Includes £18 Auto Chequeback after 28 days of account setup.
*Carphone Warehouse are also offering £60 cashback on 6 month SIMO's via Quidco so there is potential to make £6 profit from the whole contract.

Also there is 6 month SIMO - 300 Mins, 1000 Txts & 0.5gb data for £6pm Including £12 Auto Chequeback (Potential to make £24 profit via the Quidco offer)

Last but not least:

6 month SIMO = 1500 Mins, Unlimited Txts + 1GB Data for £13.50pm Including £27 Auto Chequeback (Potential to bring this down to £3.50pm via Quidco offer)
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goonertillidie[mod]#1
Price updated to exclude cashback - Thanks
c9off#2
thanks op, just bought the 300 mins option for £24 profit - appreciated!!
rossgetty#3
Is it not £50 quidco rather than £60 on the first deal? Heat added regardless
rossgetty#4
Not expired, look harder
rossgetty#5
The deal states it is £12pm for the 750 minute contract. Works out at £9pm after the automatic cashback. Then possible quidco
c9off#6
Sparky_33#7
You can get a 1 month rolling sim for £5.11 TalkMobile, cancel after 1 month and get £25 cashback from Quidco
bachgammon#8
Great post.

It's just a shame for me that TalkMobile only accept PAC codes when you order, rather than mid-way through the contact.
brohood#9
Good deals, without the cashback but if that comes through then top deals! Well found i'd say.
rustlingauthority#10
Ordered with potential £24 profit. Cheers
Suhayl123#11
Good post heat added
rasanh 1 Like #12
heat given

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huggychair#13
bachgammon
Great post.

It's just a shame for me that TalkMobile only accept PAC codes when you order, rather than mid-way through the contact.

Indeed! That and the fact that quite a number of cases the number transfer is unsuccessful oO.
snoopy18#14
i am a talk mobile rolling 1 month customer can i still go for this ?
masai#15
Is voicemail free? Do you get call waiting? Thanks.
Kazan#16
Have some heat.
But for me it's not a choice. TalkMobile uses Vodafone network which has got worst signal ever.

Edited By: Kazan on Jul 27, 2012 09:52: edit
xeroc 3 Likes #17
Voted cold due to the large and obtrusive image of a flame, posted above.
Musicrab#18
snoopy18
i am a talk mobile rolling 1 month customer can i still go for this ?
I'm not a phone-tech but is it now possible to port your number between contracts WITH THE SAME SUPPLIER? Always thought this was a PITA.
RSteve#19
Wow really hot! At the moment I'm on a Vodafone contract - the compulsory time has expired so I'm free to leave.

As this uses the Vodafone network though, is it possible for me to use a PAC code or do I even need to if I take up this deal?

Anyone know? All help gratefully accepted!
xeroc#20
Musicrab
snoopy18
i am a talk mobile rolling 1 month customer can i still go for this ?
I'm not a phone-tech but is it now possible to port your number between contracts WITH THE SAME SUPPLIER? Always thought this was a PITA.

As far as I'm aware it is not possible to port between same supplier (e.g. TMobile > TMobile, or O2 > O2) - but how this stands with for example a Tesco > O2 (Tesco use O2's network if you didn't know), I am unsure - but would also like to know this.

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