Blackberry Pearl 8110 (GPS, Silver, Clearance) - now FREE with 17 months' half-price line rental on an 18 month Orange contract: 600 mins, 500 texts, unlimited data @ e2save - HotUKDeals
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Blackberry Pearl 8110 (GPS, Silver, Clearance) - now FREE with 17 months' half-price line rental on an 18 month Orange contract: 600 mins, 500 texts, unlimited data @ e2save

£0.00 @ e2save, a subsidary of popular high street retailer "The Carphone Warehouse", have the Blackberry 8110 for free on an Orange contract with 17 months half-price line rental (usually £35) on an 18 m…
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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago, a subsidary of popular high street retailer "The Carphone Warehouse", have the Blackberry 8110 for free on an Orange contract with 17 months half-price line rental (usually £35) on an 18 month contract! So for an average of £18.47 per month (after cashback), you get the Blackberry 8110 (for free), 18 months line rental (after which you may cancel the contract), 600 any time, any network minutes per month, 500 text messages per month, unlimited push email and unlimited Blackberry Data and internet usage for the duration of your contract. This is a reduction of £297.50 off the usual network cost (plus, many networks wouldn't give you a free blackberry!).

The BlackBerry® Pearl 8110 mobile phone has landed. If youre looking for a mobile phone that can give you everything you need, without sacrificing everything you want, youve found the one. The BlackBerry® Pearl8110 Smartphone delivers amazing features for work and play. With push delivery technology for instant messaging, emailing and the flexibility of being able to add up to 10 work and personal email addresses including Gmail and Google Talk accounts. Finally let the BlackBerry® Pearl 8110 mobile phone wow you with exciting features. It comes complete with advanced phone features, multimedia, digital camera, video recording and expandable memory.

This offer works by cashback which you claim from e2save at specified intervals. You have a massively generous 60 days to send the claim. You must have paid each bill in its entirety, so please only use this deal if you can afford to pay the bills on time and remember to keep on top of the cashback. Use recorded delivery when sending the claims, or better still - special delivery with consequential loss cover. is a subsidary of The Carphone Warehouse group, and are fairly reliable when it comes to cashback.

**Remember to decline/cancel the insurance that they try to give you as it can be very expensive!!**

See the first comment for my advice on how to succeed with a cashback contract and it'll be plain sailing for you!!

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[SIZE=5]This guide may make the whole thing seem really daunting. It’s not. This guide is just very thorough - it’s been written like this in order to give you the most help possible with your purchase.[/SIZE]

Cashback contracts are very common, and a very good way of getting a cheap mobile contract. They begin at £0 - that’s right, totally free for the total contract term and you even get a free phone (although these deals are less common at the moment). So what’s the catch? It seems that people are becoming more aware to the risks involved. We hear a lot of people not receiving cashback or having problems. A lot of the time this is due to the stringent terms and conditions which the companies enforce, which consumers do not follow correctly and subsequently lose their caashback. Here are a few tips which will help you to succeed with your cashback…

First of all, it’s nice to know how cashback works. It all varies, but it generally works like this. The network set their commissions each month. They pay an amount to the retailer for each connection on each tariff. The retailer can then offer this commission to you in the form of a free phone and/or cashback. You pay the full amount to the network who send you bills. You then send specified bills to the retailer at specified times who will send you a cheque for the cashback, returning the correct amount of money to you. The amount the retailer gives you depends on the commission they receive for that tariff. The zero-cost line rental offers can work in a number of ways. Either the network gives the retailers more commission than the tariff in the hopes that you’ll make lots of calls and texts and earn them more money and stay with them after the contract is up or the retailer relies on some people forgetting to claim or not follow their T&Cs. Keep your eye on the ball and you will beat them at their own game quite easily…

[B]Who to Contact[/B]

There’s two (or three) parties involved. These are the mobile network , the mobile retailer and the cashback site you have purchased through. It’s important you contact the correct one with your questions and complaints.


e.g. o2, Orange, T-Mobile, Virgin Mobile, Vodafone, etc.
This is the company you pay the money to. They also send you the bills. Their job is to provide you with the minutes and text messages you use to keep in touch with your friends, family and colleagues.
The network has nothing to do with your cashback. Although if the retailer has performed against the network’s code of practice you can complain about them to the network. This requires a lot of logs and evidence.
From this summer, there will be hopefully new rules enforced by OFCOM which will require networks to be more responsible for cashback deals which have gone wrong.


e.g. Carphone Warehouse, e2save, Phones4U, Mobiles2YourDoor, OneStopPhoneShop, etc.
This company sells phones and contracts for the network. They will be the people you have bought the phone off.
This company provides you with the cashback. All cashback claim queries should be sent to your retailer.

Cashback Site

e.g. QuidCo, TopCashBack, Rpoints, etc.
This is confusing. This company has nothing to do with your cashback claim. They simply give you a small amount of money to purchase via their website. This does not need to be claimed for. Queries regarding cashback claims should not go to these websites. Similarly, queries regarding the status of your cashback via these websites shouldn’t go to the retailer!

[B]How to succeed…[/B]

Be sure

Read the terms and conditions carefully. They outline EXACTLY what you need to do to claim your cashback. Print off a couple of copies if possible and keep them safe. If anything is unclear to you, ask here or ask the company’s customer services department.
Read the terms and conditions again. It sounds silly, but you really must read them over and over again!! Read through them until you remember it all clearly and understand the terms fully. If you don’t follow the terms correctly then it will cost you literally hundreds of pounds and only you will be to blame.

Make sure you have everything you need. If the terms and conditions say you need cashback claim vouchers then make sure you have received them. Most companies only give you 7 or 14 days to request missing vouchers, and they’ll regularly allow them to go “missing” where possible. Also, some companies require you have a receipt or dispatch note to send in or a copy of it with each claim. Check this in the terms and conditions and if you need one make sure you have it. If anything is missing don’t hesitate to get in touch with the company!

Don’t assume ANYTHING. If you aren’t sure, talk to the customer services of the RETAILER you are dealing with. If you are still unsure, feel free to ask questions on HotUKDeals and someone will help you!

Ask the customer service team lots of questions. Emails can often be more useful than telephone calls where urgent responses aren’t needed because you can keep a record of what has been said. Don’t be scared to ask lots of thorough questions.

Complicated Terms

Check the retailer terms and conditions to check if bills to be sent out are outlined by bill number, month number or number of days of connection. If you are unsure then contact the retailer to clarify or ask on HotUKDeals where someone will help you.

Stay Organised

Read the T&Cs carefully and work out EXACLTY which bills you need to send off . Ensure you understand any differences between the number of the bill, the month of the bill, or the number of days after connection.

Remind yourself. Set reminders. Lots of them. Write it in your diary. Add it to your phone’s reminder system. Stick post-it notes everywhere. Add reminders in your email program. Sign up to a reminder service such as who will send you emails at the necessary time. Whatever it takes.

Keep it all safe. Put all of your documentation, including bills, vouchers, printed terms and conditions, copies of any written communication with the company, etc all together and in a safe place. Don’t forget where they are or allow it all to get spread around the house! I can’t stress how important this is as you WILL need it later.

Send the bills as soon as you get all of the ones which you need. Don’t leave it until the last minute. When you have everything you need to send your claim, do it THAT DAY!!

Fill in the provided vouchers carefully and correctly (if your claim requires vouchers).

Print out a cashback date schedule. Use the T&Cs to make a table of when you need to claim your cashbacks. Something like THIS: Click Here. Make it as colourful and personalised as you like and stick it somewhere obvious where you will remember it. Maybe add more detailed and fool-proof instructions for yourself to this.
[B]Precautions You Can Take to make sure you will receive your cashback[/B]

Photocopy everything you send. You will usually have to send the originals (check the terms and conditions as some retailers do accept photocopies), but keep a hard copy of anything you send including bills, letters, emails and anything else you may send the retailer. You can refer back to this if they ever make a fuss.

Send claims recorded delivery at a minimum. This is VITAL. Send all claims by signed-for recorded delivery, or special delivery where possible. That way the retailer can’t pretend that they lost your claim because you can prove it wasn’t received. Some retailers such as OneStopPhoneShop will accept a recorded delivery number as proof of postage for missing claims. Don’t lose the slip you get from the post office for this.

If it is at all possible then send claims via Royal Mail Special Delivery with consequential loss cover. This insures the item, meaning that if it’s lost by the Royal Mail then they will have to pay the amount that you have lost as a consequence (the cashback). The consequential loss cover is important. If you don’t have this then you’re only covered for a few pieces of paper.Click here to learn more about The Royal Mail’s Consequential Loss Cover.

Do not send multiple claims together. Most retailers will ignore one of the claims if more than one claim is sent in the same envelope. Don’t try and save on the postage. Send them separately.

Pay all bills on time. Don’t leave any outstanding bill payments for the next month. Some retailers may see this as grounds to reject your claim.
Do not change your tariff. Some retailers have rules allowing you to change your tariff after a particular amount of time, however even if this is allowed it can only ever complicate matters. It’s best to stick on your original tariff for the duration of your contract.

Do not change the name of the account holder. It is important that the account holder name on the bill stays the same as the name the retailer has on record.

Do not change the direct debit details. Again, the direct debit details shouldn’t be changed or your claim may be rejected.

Try not to change the address on the account. Obviously, this cannot always be avoided but it is VITAL that you get in touch with the retailer’s customer service team before changing any details with the network.

It doesn’t matter if you make lots of calls or no calls. The retailer will rarely be bothered, and neither will the network. As long as the network are getting their payments and the retailer get their commission then it doesn’t bother them.

[B]Getting a contract with the intention of selling the phone on[/B]

It’s important to remember that you pay the full amount to the network each month. It is almost impossible to sell a phone on for the amount of the contract, so you are relying on the cashback. It is upto you to decide whether this risk is worthwhile. Obviously, the more contracts you have the more difficult it is to manage them. Defaulting on paying the network for your mobile bill can and will affect your credit rating.

[SIZE=4][B]It’s not impossible to claim cashback. It’s very possible. Just make sure you do it all correctly and follow the Terms and Conditions to the letter and you will be perfectly fine.[/B][/SIZE]
I'm not a great user of mobile phones but this seems to be an excellent and very thorough item. Congratulations and many thanks for producing it.

Heat and Rep added.
Why dont these companys just give you the line rental for half price. If everyone sends in the claim form thats what they would have to do, so why not just do it up front. No hasstle for the customer.
#6 have it on the same plan but with 18 months half price. How is this better?
Why dont these companys just give you the line rental for half price. If everyone sends in the claim form thats what they would have to do, so why not just do it up front. No hasstle for the customer.

The only way they can offer these deals is "BECAUSE" a certain amount of people will forget to send the relevant info back in time or correctly etc (between 15-35% fail to earn all their cashback)

Therefor making these deals better for those who do get all the cashback.
Hate these cashback offers make sure you dont even fart differently between 6-9-12 months or they will refuse to give it to you stear clear is my advice!
Why dont these companys just give you the line rental for half price. If everyone sends in the claim form thats what they would have to do, so why not just do it up front. No hasstle for the customer.

Because it's different people offering you the cashback to charging you the money. e2save pay it out of the commission that they receive from Orange for connecting you to their contract.
I've just checked the offer and it's a cashback as well.
I have this blackberry & I am now 16 months into my contract, although its been good (you really need a memory card by the way), since its been over a year old, it really is starting to give in & I don't use my phone that heavily (600 mins & unlimited texts, but I rarely use that). Just beware if you are a heavy user, as I think the mouse will stick permenantly & it really is starting to perform much more slowly now than it used to!

Although, lets face it, how many mobiles are great after a year now anyway!

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