e2save: 12 months free line rental on 12 month contract on Orange Dolphin 30 - choose a FREE phone + £36.50 QuidCo cashback - HotUKDeals
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**PLEASE NOTE: This deal is now bettered by the deal at http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/197218/ although the new deal does not include the Samsung J700.**

** FEEDBACK FOR e2ave.com CAN BE READ/LEFT HERE: http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/197838/ **

e2save.com, a part of the Carphone Warehouse group, have four different phones available on their new offer. They are the Nokia 6300, the Sony Ericsson K800i, the LG K800 "Chocolate" and the Samsung J700 in either Pink or Silver.

The offer here is for 12 months free line rental on a 12 month contract, with one of the above phones totally free. So, at the end of it all, it should work out as completely free. You will be connected to the Orange Dolphin 30 tariff which gives you 100 anytime, any network minutes and 300 text messages every month.

Please see the e2save website for descriptions of the phones. If you have any queries then don't hesitate to make a post.

This offer works by cashback which you claim from e2save at specified intervals. You have 30 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 as a minimum. Special delivery with consequential loss is preferred. e2save are a part of the Carphone Warehouse group and reliable when sending cashback.

Purchase via QuidCo.com for £36.50 cashback - that's £36.50 profit!! **Remember to decline/cancel the insurance that they try to give you as it can be very expensive!!**

Please do not add feedback to this original deal post. Feedback should be posted/viewed here:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/197838/

Please see this thread from Martin Lewis's Moneysavingexpert site about e2save before taking out a contract. It might save you a lot of money. Ask yourself why there is a thread devoted to taking e2save to court to get cashbacks.

http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=226689&page=90
- Newbold
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#2
duckmagicuk2;2252512
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Where are the phone pics and details? Damnit I demand a faster service, what's your customer services number duck? :)

Yay :)
#3
Hehe. I did have to do five, in all fairness. It's a nice post layout though!
banned#4
i just put some heat on it :)
#5
Dealman2007
i just put some heat on it :)


Why thank you! :)
#6
Great deal but note that Quidco is £36.50 unless I am doing something wrong! (Edit: See you have £36.50 in title but £50 mentioned in the text.)

CEX will take the Nokia 6300 and give £58 cash or £82 exchange too. Better deal than trying to flog it here or fleabay.
#7
aerotec
Great deal but note that Quidco is £36.50 unless I am doing something wrong! (Edit: See you have £36.50 in title but £50 mentioned in the text.)

CEX will take the Nokia 6300 and give £58 cash or £82 exchange too. Better deal than trying to flog it here or fleabay.


Fixed, thanks.
#8
Just 100 minutes talk time, so not that hot of a deal relative to their usual 12 months free offers.
#9
You can cancel the insurance - can you cancel the VIP Gadget helpline add on which costs 2.99 per month ?
#10
dmm1000
You can cancel the insurance - can you cancel the VIP Gadget helpline add on which costs 2.99 per month ?


OK. I've done some research into this one and I think this is what happens:

You'll get a letter from them which contains all of the details and the web address [url]www.tmtivip.com[/url] where you can log on with the reference number in the letter and cancel your VIP account, after which you'll get email confirmation.

Hope that helps. :thumbsup:
banned#11
apparently the nokia 6300 battery life is terrible but you can file down a larger battery to get more life out of it.
last year i cancelled the gadget helpline i still got charged 9 or 14 quid. also i have claimed cashback but now they changed the form so i cant claim anymore as i dont have the coupons. so i bargained with carphone warehouse to get £10 a month for 400 mins and txts. no phone though but i have one already.
#12
hugh495
apparently the nokia 6300 battery life is terrible but you can file down a larger battery to get more life out of it.
last year i cancelled the gadget helpline i still got charged 9 or 14 quid. also i have claimed cashback but now they changed the form so i cant claim anymore as i dont have the coupons. so i bargained with carphone warehouse to get £10 a month for 400 mins and txts. no phone though but i have one already.


Oh dear. They've made things a lot simpler now, and forms are available online.
#13
Does this work if I were to port my number to Orange?
#14
same deal also on osps. QC pays £1 more at £37.50.
#15
Its very difficult to get the cash back back from them. So be vary. I suffered. I had 2 contracts with them & one is still running. Never got cashback though sent by recorded delivery. Do some research on net & you will find many sufferes.
#16
I have read far too many reports of people no being given their cashbacks ..... terrible company imo , I would avoid like the plague seriously.
I have gone with dialaphone who are currently doing a 12 month deal on a samsung j700 with 150 mins and 50 texts a month , which suits me for an emergency phone.
Total price after cashback which is flawless via dialaphone !! is £60 but go through quidco and you will get £60 back so FREE phone and contract for me .... RESULT !!
#17
no longer with e2save. but with them last year. cashback was ok for me.
#18
I had no problems getting my cash back, I was with onestopphoneshop and they are owned by Carphone Warehouse as well.
#19
e2save have honoured every claim i've ever submitted. read the t&cs and keep copies in all cases.
#20
I thought e2save did autocashback? or is that carphonewarehouse? Cheers blinder
#21
When deciding which company to trust when advertising their cashback deals it probably is a good idea to do a bit of research and perhaps not just take the word of a small number of people that have had good experiences and think that it is flawless ..... a good few reviews can be found here....

http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews-all-4384.html

It seems that perhaps a certain percentage of people will have a problem in getting their cashback , maybe its just the luck of the draw ... its definately a draw i would rather not be in given the amount of money at stake.
suspended#22
rooney10
a certain percentage of people will have a problem in getting their cashback , maybe its just the luck of the draw ... its definately a draw i would rather not be in given the amount of money at stake.


otherwise the company will make no profit and has to shut down.
#23
shirishtiwari01
Its very difficult to get the cash back back from them. So be vary. I suffered. I had 2 contracts with them & one is still running. Never got cashback though sent by recorded delivery. Do some research on net & you will find many sufferes.


I have got more than 10 contracts from osps/e2save, and didn't miss any cashback until now
#24
A better deal IMHO is at OSPS with same phones but on Canary 35 with net cost of £2.99/month for a 12m deal with 350mins & 200 texts.
You pays your money .................

Fingers crossed it goes for a few days so I have time to port out of Orange and then back in :-D

Why oh why do they make us go through all these hoops porting etc?
#25
Where's the catch? If what the poster is saying is accurate, it means they're basically giving away a phone + lots of airtime for nothing, except a tiny bit of interest they'll get on ur money b4 they return it via cashback. Doesn't make any business sense, is the plan for profit based solely on customers forgetting to claim cashback?? :o
#26
Rupee Man;2259341
Does this work if I were to port my number to Orange?


yes, you can port in at connection or anything during your contract. orange allows you to do that.
#27
[COLOR="Red"]If you deal with this company, don't expect to get any cashback without a lot of time wasted, threats of legal action and any amount of hassle.

My local brach of Carphone Warehouse refuses to deal with e2save cashback complaints, saying they get a couple a week on average. The staff there hate e2save, and actually said they hoped it would go bust![/COLOR]
#28
coke_dude
no longer with e2save. but with them last year. cashback was ok for me.


stormtrooper2007
I had no problems getting my cash back, I was with onestopphoneshop and they are owned by Carphone Warehouse as well.


marcvs002
e2save have honoured every claim i've ever submitted. read the t&cs and keep copies in all cases.


Thanks for the comments. :)

blinder
I thought e2save did autocashback? or is that carphonewarehouse? Cheers blinder


I think both do, but they offer less cashback.
#29
may i contribute my experiences with e2save and osps.

osps has always been harsh on me, very strict, unfriendly, not-understanding.

e2save had been quite nice until recently. they used to be generous, to have 60days to submit, allow photocopies, etc.

as far as i know, currently the same department dealing with both e2save and osps redemptions. as it appears the osps people have taken over e2save. making e2save as tough as osps.
#30
trd
Where's the catch? If what the poster is saying is accurate, it means they're basically giving away a phone + lots of airtime for nothing, except a tiny bit of interest they'll get on ur money b4 they return it via cashback. Doesn't make any business sense, is the plan for profit based solely on customers forgetting to claim cashback?? :o


Yes,plus the fact that you might go over your minutes and you might take out a years contract when the cashback one is finished.
#31
i am just trying to search a new contract and port my number (ive got the pac code), and i would like to go for this yesterday,

but it says on e2save & osps , i cant port from orange pay monthly to orange pay monthly, nor orange psug to orange pay monthly. ...
#32
No problem with E2save cashback recently or in the past. You do have to stick to the t&c's thou. Worth checking their website on regular basis before sending claims as they can change the address for claims.:thumbsup:
#33
used e2save for last 5 years, between me my mum and brother i have had probably about 30 odd contracts off them and never had cashback refused. if you stick to their terms , send the cashback forms straight away, you won't get a problem. i usually phone up after 3 weeks just to make sure there is no problem, and if there is they always sort it out for you. i have sometimes sent stuff a month early by mistake and when have phoned , they just mark it down and you can send it when its supposed to go.The only companies i would deal with are carphone warehouse ones.i had a nasty experience with another one once (advanced mobiles), but was luckilly able to get out of the contract with 3.
#34
I've had 2 contracts from e2save with no problems claiming cashback. At the end of both of these contracts they offered an upfront credit to my account of £250 which gave me a further full year on each for nothing (and without having to submit cashback claims) :thumbsup:
banned#35
i ordered mine last night, in the morning they turned up and said that Orange declined :(. Well I know sometime e2save just does not give orange contracts for unknown reasons, They really do not check with Orange. So I decided to order from [url]www.onestopphoneshop.com[/url] about 11:00 today and that order went through! I am gonna be receiving this order by 2mor. Anybody got the problembwith e2save.

Is it because I still ahe an O2 contract with them since last year?
banned#36
I speak from experience having had 3 contracts with coolnewmobile/phoneboxdirect,both the same company, courtesy of duckmagics vodafone 500 mins 250 texts last year.
It all went pearshaped and cost me £1260 in total, thats £35 a month x3 x12 which should have all been cashback and i didn't get a bean when they went bust!
Prior to this i had several with e2save, not great phones or mins/ text deals but EVERY CASHBACK CLAIM WAS HONOURED.
After having my fingers burned rather badly i have now gone back to e2save with 3 new contracts. I actually sent one in a month early and they sent a letter pointing this out and said they would still honour it if sent in correctly, which i did and it was paid.
THIS IS UNHEARD OF WITH OTHER COMPANIES, THEY DO THEIR UTMOST TO WRIGGLE OUT OF IT AND NOT PAY OUT!
Anyone who has not been paid by e2save must have fallen foul of their terms and conditions, please do not **** them off if this is the case.
I have colleagues and friends who have never had a problem with them either.
I will not touch any company other than e2save/carphonewarehouse ever again, well done to Charles Dunstone for running a legitimate operation amongst all the scammers and shame on the rest of them!
#37
I lost £420 with Phonebox last year after they went into liquidation. Prior to that I had 3 succesful years with cashback phones.

I would like to get a free phone and contract for a year again but I am very suspicious now of these companies. If e2save are great at giving cashback like people report then they won't be making any money. I think people are much better at submitting claims now which was the downfall of the other companies. The business model relies on stupid forgetful consumers or impossible claim procedures. The consumers have become more savvy and if E2save is easy to get money from then they can't be turnng a profit.

If they are part of the CPW group does that stop E2save from going under for sure?

Anyway I've gone back to a normal contract phone for the time being and will ee whats happening at the end of my contract.
#38
spudgun
I lost £420 with Phonebox last year after they went into liquidation. Prior to that I had 3 succesful years with cashback phones.

I would like to get a free phone and contract for a year again but I am very suspicious now of these companies. If e2save are great at giving cashback like people report then they won't be making any money. I think people are much better at submitting claims now which was the downfall of the other companies. The business model relies on stupid forgetful consumers or impossible claim procedures. The consumers have become more savvy and if E2save is easy to get money from then they can't be turnng a profit.

If they are part of the CPW group does that stop E2save from going under for sure?

Anyway I've gone back to a normal contract phone for the time being and will ee whats happening at the end of my contract.


I'm not entirely sure how "safe" e2save are in that respect. They're being very careful these days and don't offer 12 months free quite so often.

OFCOM hope to bring in rules this summer meaning that networks would be more responsible for the problems should they arise.
#39
bulkomuff

Anyone who has not been paid by e2save must have fallen foul of their terms and conditions, please do not **** them off if this is the case.


WRONG!

Which is why after being rejected my whole claim was paid out following my complaint to Charles Dunstone's office.
#40
Leaving aside the debate over cashback claims, which of these phones would be considered the best. I assume the Nokia would be worth the most if you were looking at resale value?

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