Blackberry 8520 - 600mins + Ultd texts + Ultd internet + FREE PS3 £30pm + £45 quidco @ e2save - HotUKDeals
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May get shot down for this but to me seems like a good deal if you wish to avoid the dreaded cashback schemes!

On Orange:
simply select the Panther £30 with blackberry function for 24months along with the PS3 which comes with ratchet and clank game and also a batman blu ray.

i also rang up orange customer service to check on the internet front as it just states unlimited push email, but she assured me it included browsing aswell.

personaly i think its a cracking deal and will be buying one myself! if only i could get the same on the bold!

now im back from work you can get oither bits if you dont fancy the PS3 you can get £210 cashback (automaticly not redemption!)
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#1
Dont forget £45 quidco cashback

Also if you dont want the ps3 you can have £210 auto cashback (all paid 14 days after purchase)

http://www.e2save.com/orange-contract-phone/Blackberry+8520+Black/4/8520/bespoke/AUTOCASHBACK?tariffcode=D30TEJAN09&PHPSESSID=be6k6boh1ck9h32umh6violh56
#2
Pretty nice deal.

Paying £35 a month currently on my blackberry. But i do get 2100 mins unltd txts and data for 24 months.
#3
damn, im new to quidco and just bought this, is there anyway i can "tell" quidco i bought this without cancelling or am i just gonna have to stick my the cashback loss?
#4
Lee07;7411519
damn, im new to quidco and just bought this, is there anyway i can "tell" quidco i bought this without cancelling or am i just gonna have to stick my the cashback loss?

you have to go though quidco link to the site you then make a purchase from - thats how quidco get their money as proof you got the link from them and not say from google link etc.

short answer no you can't. but for £45 i'd cancel and do it again!
#5
Awesome deal!!
#6
I'm pretty certain it doesn't come with unlimited landline calls. Orange just refreshed their talkplans and on panther you get unlimited texts and email/browsing but you only get unlimited landline calls on the racoon plans which this is not. Also I didn't see where it said unlimited landlines on the website....or am i missing something here? fill me in please if I'm wrong.

regardless i'd still say it's a hot deal
#7
Looks very good as looking for this type of deal for my son at Uni - had seen a Three deal that offers free unlimited internet but not sure if this is really free internet as Panther details refer to free email access only - anyone help a confused old man with what the difference is.................... Thanks.
#8
if you read the full post, i rang up Orange to ask about that as i was also confused but she said that all panther contracts include the full blackberry service, internet + email.

and also the unlimited landline calls have been dropped.
#9
Krude1
I'm pretty certain it doesn't come with unlimited landline calls. Orange just refreshed their talkplans and on panther you get unlimited texts and email/browsing but you only get unlimited landline calls on the racoon plans which this is not. Also I didn't see where it said unlimited landlines on the website....or am i missing something here? fill me in please if I'm wrong.

regardless i'd still say it's a hot deal


yes, thought id seen it on there! must be me gettin confused! was rushing it before work finished!
#10
Sounds like a good deal to me. I have a contract atm but wifey was after a nice contract like this on the new storm2. Is it a phone worth paying over the odds for?
#11
i also fancied the Storm or new bold (have the old bold at the moment) but someone at work has this and seems really nice! abit less business but for most that will be a good thing, has stereo controls on the top of the phone which you dont on the bold and the new sensor instead of the ball is also very nice, but i think beneath the skin there isnt THAT much difference (i may be wrong!) they will all do pretty much the same things bar 3g and 2g but personaly I prefer the physical keyboard than a touchscreen one.
#12
I ahve used BlackBerry for past 14 months, and wouldnt use another type of phone - this is the lower spec of all 'new' BlackBerry devices but the deal with PS3 is amazing

Woudl check buymobilephones.net however as they too offer great gifts
#13
this is the budget blackberry so not that great a deal.
#14
how much is the ps3 worth?
#15
Not too sure about the 24 month contact, would have been a brilliant deal if it were 12 or 18 months.
#16
Innocent;7413645
how much is the ps3 worth?

£ 5. But I'll give you a tenner!
#17
e2save and bargepole........enough said
#18
basically after youve ebayed everything you pay around 350 for the contract.
#19
never buy into a 24month contract!!!
#20
Jelly Bean
never buy into a 24month contract!!!


totally agree
#21
Good Deal, Tempted.
#22
vauxmik
e2save and bargepole........enough said


was waiting for a post like this, personaly iv not had a problem with them, iv done a redemption deal before, sent back the right bills at the right time, and hey! i get the money back.

these are even better as you get the console the same time as the phone, a friend just bought an lg with a free wii and had it within a few days so i honestly cant see the problem, as soon as youv got ya phone its all orange and blackberry if anything is wrong.

and yes a 24month contract is longer than some people prefer, iv had my bold for almost 2 years and still works fine i just fancy an update and the ps3, im not that bothered about having the latest phone all the time!
#23
Why should you not go into a 24 month contract? I was considering this for my next phone.
#24
Jelly Bean
never buy into a 24month contract!!!


reason?
#25
depends on wether you like paying top dollar for an ancient phone wether or not a 24 month contract is worth it.
#26
twist
depends on wether you like paying top dollar for an ancient phone wether or not a 24 month contract is worth it.


well if you went for this 'ancient phone' which has only recently come out on a 12month contract, you wouldnt be able to get it on O2 full stop or youd be paying the equivalent of £25 a month with automatic cashback.

i really dont see how £30 is 'top dollar' for a quality phone.......:roll:
1 Like #27
Jony5deals
reason?


easy - the world changes so quickly and so do phones and contracts.

in 18 months time.......iphone version 5 with unlimted browsing etc for £5 month.

pulling a punter into a 24 month contract is a bit like buying oil or gas upfront -

its not hot or cold - just luke warm if a businress user
#28
Jony5deals see usetheforceluke post, thats what I meant the phones not old now but in a year it will be ancient and you will still be paying £30ppm.
#29
usetheforceluke
easy - the world changes so quickly and so do phones and contracts.

in 18 months time.......iphone version 5 with unlimted browsing etc for £5 month.

pulling a punter into a 24 month contract is a bit like buying oil or gas upfront -

its not hot or cold - just luke warm if a businress user


ok not wanting to argue or anything and you do raise a valid point, technology does move quite quickly.
but
this is really aimed at the business user (they would more likely want the bold or more mins/texts) but like i said iv had my bold for almost 2 years, and is still a damn sight better than most of the rubbish on the market still nowadays and with having the leather case still looks like new.

and an iphone for £5 a month? still cant get on for less that £45 if you want the phone for free? so again bit of a pointless arguement.

fact is these are very capable bits of kit which i think will stand the test of time better than cheaper things you may get on a 12month contract.
#30
twist
totally agree


Me 3.

Networks used to be happy to offer 12 month contracts with a free phone, why the hell did they become mega greedy and change to 18 months and now the ridiculous 24 months contracts?? You're stuck in this agreement for two whole years! That's shocking!

SIM only deals are the way forward.
#31
azune
Me 3.

Networks used to be happy to offer 12 month contracts with a free phone, why the hell did they become mega greedy and change to 18 months and now the ridiculous 24 months contracts?? You're stuck in this agreement for two whole years! That's shocking!

SIM only deals are the way forward.


Love sim only deals aswell, iv been on one for the last 12months after my last contract finished and i kept my bold. i pay £20 a month though with similer allowence by O2, quick look shows that orange are about the same but with no mention of blackberry services which is usualy an extra £5 so £25 a month sim only with no phone, that leaves you £60 for a phone every 12 months or £120 if you can get it for £20. so in this instance i dont think they are.

really depends if you want to change your phone every 12 months for that extra mexapixel camera or bigger internal memory
#32
Love Blackberrys's !
1 Like #33
Tommy_K
you have to go though quidco link to the site you then make a purchase from - thats how quidco get their money as proof you got the link from them and not say from google link etc.

short answer no you can't. but for £45 i'd cancel and do it again!


Re: Quidco (missed / not validated(tracked))
Yes you can! Just go to quidco and click through to any site that you are wanting quidco cashback for. If you bought it yesterday then ideally you should make a link through Quidco to the merchant asap but just do it when you can. After you have made a connection through to the merchant (dealer website) then go back and file an earnings query. Select from the drop down list the name of the merchant and it will have the date and time if when you clicked through to the site. Click the dot (select) it and it follow it through. It will tell you that you cannot make an earnings query at this time but will tell you how long you have to wait before you can repeat the process to file an earnings query. So do this when the time period has passed. When you are able to do this they simply ask for details such as a ref number of your transaction and amount. It is very simply at this point as then Quidco contact the merchant with the details i.e. ref no and transaction amount and then pay up.

I hope this is clear and that anyone reads it does this if they have made a transaction without using Quidco when you can or it the transaction simply did not register. There is nothing wrong with doing this as they are making an offer for cashback. Remember though that Quidco is never guaranteed but 9/10 even in a cases like this I have always received my cashback.

PM me if you have a query about any of what I have said.:thumbsup:
#34
Its getting harder to find decent 12 month deals i think i will be going down the sim free route in the future
#35
iloveabargain
Its getting harder to find decent 12 month deals i think i will be going down the sim free route in the future


I'll be doing the same in the future, most deals are 18 and now an incredible 24 months.
#36
Jony5deals
ok not wanting to argue or anything and you do raise a valid point, technology does move quite quickly.
but
this is really aimed at the business user (they would more likely want the bold or more mins/texts) but like i said iv had my bold for almost 2 years, and is still a damn sight better than most of the rubbish on the market still nowadays and with having the leather case still looks like new.

and an iphone for £5 a month? still cant get on for less that £45 if you want the phone for free? so again bit of a pointless arguement.

fact is these are very capable bits of kit which i think will stand the test of time better than cheaper things you may get on a 12month contract.


Bold came out in August 2008 - I got mine in November and upgraded to Bold 2 last week

Not near two years old
#37
great deal + heat
#38
dont think this phone is 3g, is there much differece in loading times when using the internet
#39
twist
basically after youve ebayed everything you pay around 350 for the contract.


how you work that out?
you based this on selling the phone and the PS3 bundle?
#40
Jony5deals
Love sim only deals aswell, iv been on one for the last 12months after my last contract finished and i kept my bold. i pay £20 a month though with similer allowence by O2, quick look shows that orange are about the same but with no mention of blackberry services which is usualy an extra £5 so £25 a month sim only with no phone, that leaves you £60 for a phone every 12 months or £120 if you can get it for £20. so in this instance i dont think they are.

really depends if you want to change your phone every 12 months for that extra mexapixel camera or bigger internal memory



I tend to buy my handsets SIM free after they've been out for say a couple of months. I currently have the iPhone 3GS which I bought from eBay at a good price. I'm on O2, and my contract is reduced through loyalty, it's finally due up for renewal next month after 18 months! No more stupid long term contracts for me. If I want the latest phone, I can just sell my current one at a good price, then buy a top-of-the-range one by putting in a few more extra quid. Networks throw so much crap at you to join them exclusively, but they're making a fortune from you and keeping a strong-hold of you for years!

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