FREE Nokia 6300 (or other mid-range phone) + FREE Samsung B100 (PAYG with FREE £10 airtime) + £36.50 QuidCo PROFIT when you get a 12 months free line rental on a 12 month contract deal on Orange!! - HotUKDeals
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** It's worth noting that this deal now includes the Samsung J700 and the Nokia 6300 Chocolate and Samsung U600 (Clearance). **

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

This is a ridiculous proposition from e2save!!

Basically, you sign up to the Orange Dolphin 30 package (£30 per month but works out as free - see the second paragraph) and you get the choice of a FREE Nokia 6300, Sony Ericsson K800i, Motorola KRZR K1 or LG Chocolate KG800. In addition to this, you also get a free Samsung B100 on Orange PAYG, with £10 free airtime (which is added 7 days after delivery). This is a great little phone for taking out on a night out, sticking in the glove box as a spare, a child's first phone or whatever.

The Orange Dolphin 30 tariff gives you 100 anytime, any network minutes and 300 text messages every month.

You also get cashback on these deals. In fact, after the cashback, the WHOLE THING works out totally free after the 12 month contract is up! You make claims for cashback at months 6, 8, 10 and 12 and receive £90 each time you make a claim. This works out at £360, and thus e2save have paid off your entire contract!

Furthermore, if you purchase via QuidCo.com you will earn £36.50 in cashback... meaning that you will make a PROFIT of £36.50 on the whole thing!!

Visit the website to see the details and specifications of the 4 phones available. More links in the first "comment" on this deal! If you have any questions then let make a post.

You have a whopping 60 days to send each 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.

**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/

** It's worth noting that this deal now includes the Samsung J700 and the Nokia 6300 Chocolate. **

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.

http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=226689&page=89
- Newbold
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#1
[center][size=6]Orange Dolphin 30 with 12 months free line rental on a 12 month contract[/size]
[size=4]FREE Phone (see choices below) + FREE Samsung B100 PAYG + FREE £10 airtime on Orange!![/size]

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[size=4]£36.50 profit when you purchase via QuidCo.[/size][/center]

[FONT=Arial]e2save have been making the cashback process a little bit easier!! Here's how:
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* You now have 60 days from the date on the bill to get your claim to them. Although you shouldn't ever wait this long of course![/FONT][FONT=Arial]

* They now list the exact dates you need to send in the bills on your account on their website, which reduces confusion as to when you need to send the bills in.[/FONT][FONT=Arial]

* You can download the claim form from their website, so there's no chance that it might get "lost" in the post.[/FONT]

[center][size=4]e2save feedback and customer reviews can, and should, be left and read here.

CLICK HERE FOR MY GUIDE ON HOW TO SUCCEED WITH CASHBACK CONTRACTS[/size]
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#2
duckmagicuk2;2284599
reserved!


Table for two please!
#3
hot, that's all I can say!
#4
Benjimoron
hot, that's all I can say!


Hehe. I thought exactly the same!
#5
Unfortunately, despite every single claim sent from this family having been sent First Class Recorded Delivery, and entirely separately, 3 out of 4 recent claims have not been paid. Only by threatening legal action has it been possible to get them to pay up. Look around you on the net - you'll find any number of people who have been denied cashbacks by this outfit.

The terms and conditions have been followed absolutely to the letter, but they use any trick to avoid paying. They might have been OK once, but they are certainly not now, and they operate in the same way as OSPS. Need I say more?

[COLOR=Red]Deal with these people if you like - just don'[/COLOR]t [COLOR=Red]expect to get your cashback.[/COLOR]
#6
Would it be a good idea to have a link at the top of each of these deals to the e2save feedback thread so we don't keep on getting people shouting about how bad the companies are. Yes they have refused to pay out valid claims and it's not good but it's the risk you take. For every person who didn't get their cashback there are several others who did, it's just the one who didn't is the one who wants to shout about it obviously.
#7
garbage456
Orange would have to give me more than that to go with them.


Heh, why is that? I've been with Orange for 2 years with no issues...
#8
Anyone care to recommend which phone & why.:thinking:
#9
Had 4 cashback deals from e2save no hassle got all cheques no problems,They are one of the very few i would risk a cashback deal with now.Also i had orange for years one of the best for coverage although i don't think theres a lot between em now.
#10
Russ66
Anyone care to recommend which phone & why.:thinking:


Sony Ericsson K800i.

Why? Best MP3 player and an absolutely AMAZING camera (5 megapixels with autofocus and cybershot!). :thumbsup:
#11
duckmagicuk2;2285243
Sony Ericsson K800i.

Why? Best MP3 player and an absolutely AMAZING camera (5 megapixels with autofocus and cybershot!). :thumbsup:


Fail :whistling:
#12
duckmagicuk2
Sony Ericsson K800i.

Why? Best MP3 player and an absolutely AMAZING camera (5 megapixels with autofocus and cybershot!). :thumbsup:


Sorry Ducky but the K800i does not have a 5mp camera :oops:
#13
I'm never gonna forget this moment.
#14
3.2 megapixels then. :p
#15
emasu
I'm never gonna forget this moment.


Hehe, Sony Ericsson fan-boy excitement caused that one. :oops:
#16
Cheers guys.:thumbsup:

Is the K810i on this thread better than the K800? as I don't really need the extra free phone.:?
1 Like #17
Russ66
Cheers guys.:thumbsup:

Is the K810i on this thread better than the K800? as I don't really need the extra free phone.:?


Yeah, I'd say the K810i is better. :)
#18
[SIZE=4]Hi all I ordered the Nokia 6630 and I've had phones from e2save before and never had any trouble with cashbacks so far.:thumbsup:

But the way of sending the correct bills has changed from my last contract. Then it was just send the 6, 8 bill etc. Now read the terms on these orange contracts:
[/SIZE]
[SIZE=3]Cashback Claim Process:
Instalment 1 - You will need to claim by sending the bill dated 6 calendar months from the month that you received your handset and you have 60 days from this date to submit your claim. Send us your claim form and monthly bill showing your name, address, mobile number and tariff you are connected to. (This bill must be no older than 60 days when we receive it and have no balance brought forward.)
i.e. if you purchased on the 1st of April 2008, you need to send in a bill that is dated within September 2008, your claim window is 60 days from the date of that bill.
Instalment 2 - You will need to claim 8 months from connection and you have 60 days from this date to submit your claim. Send us your claim form and monthly bill showing your name, address, mobile number and tariff you are connected to. (This bill must be no older than 60 days when we receive it and have no balance brought forward.)
Instalment 3 - You will need to claim 10 months from connection and you have 60 days from this date to submit your claim. Send us your claim form and monthly bill showing your name, address, mobile number and tariff you are connected to. (This bill must be no older than 60 days when we receive it and have no balance brought forward.)
Instalment 4 - You will need to claim 12 months from connection and you have 60 days from this date to submit your claim. Send us your claim form and monthly bill showing your name, address, mobile number and tariff you are connected to. (This bill must be no older than 60 days when we receive it and have no balance brought forward.)
Please note: You will be required to send your bills within defined date ranges based on the date your handset was connected and dispatched. When you place a successful order these dates will be detailed in ‘your account’ linked on our website. [/SIZE]

So am I correcdt in this?

[SIZE=4] Get my phone (tomorrow) 11 June: So this is approximately my connection date.

So I send for cashback [COLOR=Red]claim 1[/COLOR]November bill08 (6 months from connection)

[/SIZE] [SIZE=4][COLOR=Red]Claim 2 [COLOR=Black]January bill 09 [/COLOR][/COLOR][/SIZE][SIZE=4](8 months from connection)[/SIZE][SIZE=4][COLOR=Red]

Claim 3 [COLOR=Black]March bill 09 ([/COLOR]
[/COLOR][/SIZE][SIZE=4]10 months from connection)[/SIZE][SIZE=4][COLOR=Red]

Claim 4 [COLOR=Black]May bill 09 [/COLOR]
[COLOR=Black](12 [/COLOR][/COLOR][/SIZE][SIZE=4]months from connection)
I appreciate your help and perhaps we can help each other not send in the wrong bills.:oops:[/SIZE]
#19
The end of your quote says "When you place a successful order these dates will be detailed in ‘your account’ linked on our website."

If this is the case, then it should be very simple. :)
#20
duckmagicuk2;2287063
The end of your quote says "When you place a successful order these dates will be detailed in ‘your account’ linked on our website."

If this is the case, then it should be very simple. :)


Thanks, I'll check this out:thumbsup:
#21
grace2much
Thanks, I'll check this out:thumbsup:


Let us know how you get on. :)
#22
Ironic, same deal as before but this time with a free payg phone and £10 credit. Last deal hits 300+, this one hits 30!
#23
Benjimoron
Ironic, same deal as before but this time with a free payg phone and £10 credit. Last deal hits 300+, this one hits 30!


Maybe people are starting to get wise to the fact that e2save are now operating like OSPS and avoiding paying out on cashbacks. Sorry to keep banging on about this, but it is important that people realise what they're up to before signing up with them.

They may have been reliable once - they are not now.

What's even more surprising is that if you complain to CPW (even to the [email protected]">[email protected] address) they will now do nothing to help and just refer you back to e2save.

OSPS and e2save appear now to have combined their part of the operation, and whereas once e2save were OK to deal with, they are not now, and effectively you're dealing with OSPS people - need I say more?
#24
e2save and OSPS are not "combined". You will read many happy reviews in the feedback threads that I previously posted. I've never had a problem with e2save... they even re-sent me a cheque that *I* had lost. I've also heard that OSPS have sent people claims back when they've been sent too early, whereas they are perfectly in their rights just to chuck them in the bin.

What exactly were the reasons quoted for not fulfilling your claims? It seems very odd that ALL of your claims had problems (how many were there?), whereas many others have had a good experience on numerous occasions? Did you follow my advice as listed in this thread?

Ducky. :)
#25
duckmagicuk2
e2save and OSPS are not "combined". You will read many happy reviews in the feedback threads that I previously posted. I've never had a problem with e2save... they even re-sent me a cheque that *I* had lost. I've also heard that OSPS have sent people claims back when they've been sent too early, whereas they are perfectly in their rights just to chuck them in the bin.

What exactly were the reasons quoted for not fulfilling your claims? It seems very odd that ALL of your claims had problems (how many were there?), whereas many others have had a good experience on numerous occasions? Did you follow my advice as listed in this thread?

Ducky. :)


I have heard that e2save and OSPS are now operating as one unit, and following the well-known OSPS business practices. My personal experiences (along with my wife's and my daughter's) bear that out. I have a letter from e2save with a letterhead showing e2save, OSPS and Phone Spot which also suggests they are now operating as one unit.

Believe me, every aspect of the four claims I have referred to was handled EXACTLY in line with the T&C. One was paid without problem, and the other three have involved a real fight, with difficulties being raised by e2save at every stage. All 4 were shown by Royal Mail as having been delivered - yet e2save claim only to have had one. They accept that they might have 'lost' the other three, but it still involved resending the claims. Lucky I keep all the documentation, isn't it? If I hadn't, they wouldn't have paid up at all.

I find it very hard to believe that e2save can 'accidentally' lose 3 out of 4 claims over a two month period. That's why I no longer trust them - and these were by no means the only 'failures', just the latest ones.
#26
All I can say is that I've had no problem with e2save. Even though the deal I went for a year ago was a price match with strict terms and conditions, I completely messed them up (missed my first claim) and they still processed all subsequent ones fine. Now things could have changed since then but I my third claim was processed fine a month or so ago. Last one should be this week.

Anyway, seems like a great deal and I was going to go for it until I called to cancel my contract (o2 via CPW/e2save) and eventually they offered me the following. 600 any time, any network minutes, 1000 texts, unlimited (200mb) data allowance, £35 per month, 18 month contract, £600 cash back claimed at months 6/12/18. Total cost £30 over 18 months (works out at £1.67 per month). No new handset but that doesn't bother me at all considering what a cracking deal it is and there's practically no risk or hassle. They don't even give you a time scale for sending your bills in. Most impressed :)
1 Like #27
willdashwood
All I can say is that I've had no problem with e2save. Even though the deal I went for a year ago was a price match with strict terms and conditions, I completely messed them up (missed my first claim) and they still processed all subsequent ones fine. Now things could have changed since then but I my third claim was processed fine a month or so ago. Last one should be this week.

Anyway, seems like a great deal and I was going to go for it until I called to cancel my contract (o2 via CPW/e2save) and eventually they offered me the following. 600 any time, any network minutes, 1000 texts, unlimited (200mb) data allowance, £35 per month, 18 month contract, £600 cash back claimed at months 6/12/18. Total cost £30 over 18 months (works out at £1.67 per month). No new handset but that doesn't bother me at all considering what a cracking deal it is and there's practically no risk or hassle. They don't even give you a time scale for sending your bills in. Most impressed :)


Heh, not bad at all!! Thanks for the feedback.
#28
Indeed, best deal I've ever been offered to stay signed up but then it's the first contract I've had with CPW. Thanks for your excellent deal hunting ducky, always come up with the goods!
#29
willdashwood
Indeed, best deal I've ever been offered to stay signed up but then it's the first contract I've had with CPW. Thanks for your excellent deal hunting ducky, always come up with the goods!


You're welcome. :)

[center][size=4]e2save feedback and customer reviews can, and should, be left and read here.[/size][/center]
#30
Finished a 12 month contract with e2save in April and received all 4 cheques, on time. Maximum time taken was 3 weeks to receive the cheq from the date of posting the claim. This was the 4th contract with e2save / CPW btw. :)
#31
I got a nokia 6300 off e2save on the 12 months free contract last year.
Also received the £36.50 cashback from quidco:thumbsup:

So far I've received all 4 cashbacks within 4 weeks off posting them out
as special delivery.

Shame the free minutes on this deal are only 100.
I got 500 mins+200 texts last year:whistling:
#32
The K800i is the best phone here - the LG Chocolate is awful (GF's had two - the screen slidy bit always breaks) and the Motorola is... a Motorola.
#33
duckmagicuk2
The end of your quote says "When you place a successful order these dates will be detailed in ‘your account’ linked on our website."

If this is the case, then it should be very simple. :)


The details they post in that section aren't always right! Happened to me...sent off a month early but luckily got the rejection in time to send my next bill. I recommend phoning them....it does take ages to get through but at least you are guaranteed to have the right bill (all calls recorded so can be used as reference)

And just to add......I got an incorrect rejection...called them up...checked my claim on the system there and then....got my cheque a week later. The people whose cases get resolved don't post on the forums (as someone already said)
#34
So for the hassle of sending back your bills.... you get £36, and 2 free phones (I presume people will sell these, or use them if they have an old phone? The K800 is going from £40-£80 on ebay at the moment... so its roughly £100 for the price of remembering to send 4 letters?

Damn I wish I had a good memory... :whistling:
#35
It is only a 3.2mp camera, but it is a million times better than the 5mp camera on my Viewty. So, wrong in fact, right in spirit ;-)
#36
Token Skinhead
It is only a 3.2mp camera, but it is a million times better than the 5mp camera on my Viewty. So, wrong in fact, right in spirit ;-)


Yeah... It may as well be 5mpx when you take into account the autofocus and cybershot. :-D
#37
kevyn
So for the hassle of sending back your bills.... you get £36, and 2 free phones (I presume people will sell these, or use them if they have an old phone? The K800 is going from £40-£80 on ebay at the moment... so its roughly £100 for the price of remembering to send 4 letters?

Damn I wish I had a good memory... :whistling:



It is a good deal but i dont see how you think the K800i goes for 80 quid on ebay you can buy them for 60 brand new from a shop.40 quid is more realistic
#38
Hi I have no experience in these as I have never had one of thes redemption cashback deals, but I recently found an email from Topcashback (i.e instead of Quidco) Newsletter stating a similar deal
from one stop phone shop but also with £38 cashback for the contract - I know this is not much better but is it worth it as OSPS & e2Save are the same???

http://www.onestopphoneshop.co.uk/mobile-phone-category/12_Months_Free?PHPSESSID=7okrh2euc2ebpo7ndps0dd87b1
http://www.topcashback.co.uk/retailerdetailone_stop_phone_shop.htm
1 Like #39
Morenenth
Hi I have no experience in these as I have never had one of thes redemption cashback deals, but I recently found an email from Topcashback (i.e instead of Quidco) Newsletter stating a similar deal
from one stop phone shop but also with £38 cashback for the contract - I know this is not much better but is it worth it as OSPS & e2Save are the same???

http://www.onestopphoneshop.co.uk/mobile-phone-category/12_Months_Free?PHPSESSID=7okrh2euc2ebpo7ndps0dd87b1
http://www.topcashback.co.uk/retailerdetailone_stop_phone_shop.htm


[COLOR="Red"]OSPS have a very bad reputation with cashbacks, despite being part of CPW. Bearing in mind that e2save are now sending out letters with headed paper showing themselves + OSPS + thephonespot, you might be tempted to reach the conclusion that all three are now effectively operating as one sub-unit of CPW. My experience has been that they are operating in much the same way as OSPS - others might disagree. Personally I wouldn't ever have used OSPS because of the bad feedback, but e2save are now just as bad. See this thread on Martin Lewis' Moneysavingexpert site:

http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=226689&page=87
[/COLOR]
#40
k thanks rep added :)

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