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Blackberrys on offer @ e2save £28.53

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8y, 10m agoFound 8 years, 10 months ago
I've been hunting around for the best deal on Blackberry's for a friend and thought I'd share my best findings. E2Save consistanly came out the best on the various hand sets I was looking at. The table shows basic information on each deal. The cost/month is the monthly average after cashback through redemption and £36.50 through Quidco.

Phone Tariff Mins Txts Data Length Cashback Cost/mth
8120 Canary £40 850 300 6MB £47.05 18 m £329.35 £26.73
8100 Canary £40 850 300 6MB £47.05 18 m £308.42 £27.89
8100 O2 . 800 500 Unlimited £50.00 18 m £350.00 £28.53
8120 O2 . 800 500 Unlimited £50.00 18 m £350.00 £28.53
8310 O2 . 800 500 Unlimited £50.00 18 m £300.00 £31.31
8100 O2 . 800 500 Unlimited £55.00 12 m £247.50 £31.33
8120 O2 . 800 500 Unlimited £55.00 12 m £247.50 £31.33
8100 Flext35 800 200 Unlimited £47.49 18 m £202.50 £34.21
8310 O2 800 500 Unlimited £55.00 12 m £165.00 £38.21
8310 Flext 35 800 200 Unlimited £47.49 18 m £118.70 £38.87

I've had to cut the table down for it to fit on the page, with a little common sence you should be able to follow it.

Orange Canary £40 is £2 per MB beyond the 6MB included.

These prices inlude Orange Internet Talk for Blackberry, O2 Blackberry unlimited or T-Mobile Web'n'Walk packages.

This is my first posting so please take it easy on me, and I hope it is of some use to someone.
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#1
Updated title to be a bit more informative. Welcome to HUKD !
#2
open opinion on whether this is a good deal or not but am very unsure on these cashback deals as plenty of firms have gone to the wall and not honoured the deal for customers when they claim there money back.
#3
To be honest, I would avoid E2Save like the plague. They have more than their fair share of horror stories (check out MSE!)
#4
E2Save are ok if you are willing to use the small claims court to get your cash back in my experience.
#5
Never had any problems with E2save, they seem better than most when it comes to honouring cashbacks. But as with all cashback deals you need to be very organised and stick to the terms of the deal rigidly or risk losing the cashback.

Thanks to OP for all the info.
#6
KittyKate
To be honest, I would avoid E2Save like the plague. They have more than their fair share of horror stories (check out MSE!)



100% correct.
Scum of the earth.
#7
Thanks for the warning, although I have never had any problems with E2Save and their cashback payments, on about 8th contract with them in my family. They should be fairly secure as they are part of CarPhoneWarehouse, but there is always the possibility with these deals to go up the swanny.
#8
i'd be a bit wary of E2SAVE - though they are under carphonewarehouse and probably one of the longest running cashback sites, they won't go bust very easily but,

i got scammed by them - they wrote me a letter saying i cannot claim any of my cashbacks because i had not sent them copy of my bills in time, the fact is, i have sent them the bills, i have the recorded delivery slip to prove it! They must of lost my bills at there office (or telling porkies), i wouldn't mind if i only lost 4 months cashback but it also stated that i could not claim any of my cashback due to them not receiving the bills in time

in the end i could not be bothered to argue because i knew it would take 6 months for any reply, thats if i do get a reply...
#9
Had my Quidco declined by E2save. Apeealed in June but still no response. I met all their terms but they decided they did not want to pay.
#10
People have made comments about them being part of CPW - which may be true, but not in terms of what happens if the company starts to lose money big-time.

A creditor could force them into liquidation, and their LIMITED (as in Ltd Company) liability is up to the amount subscribed for by their shareholders (probably £100 for 100 shares), hence why they set up seperate Ltd Companies, so that CPW doesn't suffer any risk if E2Save went bump.
#11
thelatics
A creditor could force them into liquidation, and their LIMITED (as in Ltd Company) liability is up to the amount subscribed for by their shareholders (probably £100 for 100 shares), hence why they set up seperate Ltd Companies, so that CPW doesn't suffer any risk if E2Save went bump.


e2save have already gone into voluntary liquidation...so has OneStopPhoneShop.

Edit: But yeah you're right, e2save and OSPS are simply subsidiary companies of CPW. If e2save or OSPS go bust, CPW have limited liability as they (CPW) are simply a parent company holding shares in the subsidiaries (e2save and OSPS). CPW are only liable up to the value of their shares in the subsidiaries, beyond that the liquidators cannot reach into CPW's assets (although there are some exceptions). Like you say, the use of subsidiary companies allows CPW to divert its risky business activities to completely separate companies and therefore isolate the risk associated with that activity.

So just be careful when dealing with cashback companies. Always check the status of the company by doing a "Web Check" at the Companies House.

http://www.companieshouse.gov.uk/
#12
Never had a problem with them for the last four years
#13
Blackberrys are a fantastic bit of business kit but for consumers there are much better phones. I have the new Blackberry Curve and the Vodafone SATNAV knocks spots off TOMTOM.
#14
I'm with e2save at the moment and they have payed everytime no hassle i even sent the first bill in late and they payed up
#15
sicknote;1445054
Blackberrys are a fantastic bit of business kit but for consumers there are much better phones. I have the new Blackberry Curve and the Vodafone SATNAV knocks spots off TOMTOM.

Does the Vodafone system rely on data transfer for maps? I wouldn't mind taking advantage of the GPS within the BB with a system where I could put the maps on the sd card but so far I can only find data transfer ones.

John
#16
Ive just finished a 12 month contract for the wife through e2save and had absolutely no problems with cashbacks. didnt even send bills to them recorded delivery. had text updates from them re progress of cashback, cant ask for more than that
:-D
#17
e2save may be who you order from, but everything from billing through customer service, even cashback is done under the CarphoneWarehouse banner.
Had no problems with them for the last 5 years plus. Send your stuff on time and everything should be fine, confirmation of receipt of bill and delivery of cheque by txt as standard.
In fact, I was going to cancel a contract today, but called up (CPW) and they offered me a T650 on O2 with xnet 400mins, 100 txt, unlimited weekend xnet for £18 a month on xnet, with cash back on 3 installments
#18
well that is better than my experience of being told in December my cashback had arrived a day late yet I have the recorded delivery state differently, don't know where it was for the 3 days after it arrived, beware is all I can say
#19
Payed every one but the last one on my cashback deal, still waiting a response as to why it was declined.

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