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700 mins unlt text on 18mths contract and at the end you get it all free. i know it will probably get cold votes as its a cashback deals but if you stick to the rules and send cashback on time you will end up having all that useage free. its £30 a month then send in bill 4,8,12,15 and 18 to get cashback.
nokia 1208 is also available on this offer
good for those who need extra minutes.
i have tried vodafone,orange and three and network coverage is no good. having received tmobile on this deal, reception coverage is ace and highly recommeded
you get a free basic phone with this offer
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#1
cashback shouldnt be included in the actual price though...
#2
have some heat!!!! nice deal IMO
#3
cold, bad experience with cash back rubbish.
#4
have some heat man .. i never had any problem with any cash back so far ...
#5
have some heat n repped ya!
#6
crse2008
cold, bad experience with cash back rubbish.


Fair enough but why don't you mention which company you had a bad experience with and what happened, that way people can avoid the same.
#7
pabz
send in bill 4,8,12,15 and 18 to get cashback..


No, you have to do the following...

Make your claim by sending in:
- your first four airtime bills (where your first bill is the first correspondence from your network requesting ANY payment) and your first claim voucher within 60 days of the date on your 4th airtime bill;
- your 5th, 6th 7th and 8th airtime bills and your second claim voucher within 60 days of the date on your 8th airtime bill;
- your 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th airtime bills and your third claim voucher within 60 days of the date on your 12th airtime bill;
- your 13th, 14th and 15th airtime bills and your fourth claim voucher within 60 days of the date on your 15th airtime bill;
- your 16th, 17th and 18th airtime bills and your fifth claim voucher within 60 days of the date on your 18th airtime bill.
#8
heat added, this one seems to be the best cashback deal that I've seen in a while.
#9
Sparks001
No, you have to do the following...

Make your claim by sending in:
- your first four airtime bills (where your first bill is the first correspondence from your network requesting ANY payment) and your first claim voucher within 60 days of the date on your 4th airtime bill;
- your 5th, 6th 7th and 8th airtime bills and your second claim voucher within 60 days of the date on your 8th airtime bill;
- your 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th airtime bills and your third claim voucher within 60 days of the date on your 12th airtime bill;
- your 13th, 14th and 15th airtime bills and your fourth claim voucher within 60 days of the date on your 15th airtime bill;
- your 16th, 17th and 18th airtime bills and your fifth claim voucher within 60 days of the date on your 18th airtime bill.


thanks for adding that info
#10
Have people forgotten about the Birmingham based company that screwed thousands of people by enticing them with similar offers then going bankrupt?

Be careful with offers from these small companies.
#11
bigman2
Have people forgotten about the Birmingham based company that screwed thousands of people by enticing them with similar offers then going bankrupt?

Be careful with offers from these small companies.


There is always an element of 'RISK' with cashback offers. There are lot of people who vouch that DAP albeit small is backed by P4U and can trust. But remember when CDiscount went bust, which was owned by a very big company of France, the mother company did not pork out a meager £4m to save its child and rather applied for bankruptcy.

Risk is always there. cashbacks are always like 'Nothing ventruerd nothing gained.'!!
#12
baldude
There is always an element of 'RISK' with cashback offers. There are lot of people who vouch that DAP albeit small is backed by P4U and can trust. But remember when CDiscount went bust, which was owned by a very big company of France, the mother company did not pork out a meager £4m to save its child and rather applied for bankruptcy.

Risk is always there. cashbacks are always like 'Nothing ventruerd nothing gained.'!!


Some are more risky than others! When there's a deal which offers you all your money back... it's saying, '...please venture with cotton wool pulled over your eyes so we can rob you!

O.k maybe I haven't been stung by this company but when companies do these deals, soon enough they close and do a runner!

I've witnessed a few like the one in Birmingham and have been stung once as well.

Please, please do not go for these deals as you will regret it if they do go bust!

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