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If you are looking for a new mobile phone contract and a Wii, then this site gives the Wii FREE OF CHARGE with selected contracts. Mostly Orange on 18 Months but there a few T-Mobile Flex contracts and a handful of Orange 12 Month Contracts.
Pre-pay £180 deposit for the 'Free Gift' and it is delivered at the same time as your phone ie next day and you then claim that £180 back when you sign the airtime agreements and send it back with your id's and the claimform and £180 is refunded back to you after about 7 days.
I have just ordered my phone and Wii for tomorrow delivery and will post an update when receive my 'cashback'
As of Friday 12.30pm they HAVE STOCKS of Wii.

EDIT : AT 12.30pm Thursday they had stocks
- l6cum
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Welcome to the forums! :-D Thanks for the post.
Welcome to HotUKDeals from me too and Thanks for this :santa:
Duck mentioned a similar deal from BMP here:

I have a 18 month Orange contract from BMP and got 16months line rental free (they still have this on Racoon 30) with a free Motorola L6 and £20 quidco, once the L6 was sold it was as good as 18months free rental and free broadband too (free capped broadband for any Orange mobile customer on a £30 or more 18month contract, cap is not strictly enforced, straight from the horses mouth at Orange CS)

As far as I'm concerned, on say a 12month contract, flame me if you must, any free gift offer is as good as saying nono we won't give you £360 cashback, take a £180 gift instead.

This is identical, it's a wii with £40 of games vouchers as well, so £230 at best, instead of £480 cashback which is horse manure compared on their Racoon 30 offer giving 16months line rental free.

While getting the gift saves you from multiple redemption claims it's a complete rip off compared to redeeming ALL your cashback claims and buying a Wii seperately come early January (because you're not getting it this year)
While getting the gift saves you from multiple redemption claims it's a complete rip off compared to redeeming ALL your cashback claims IMHO

I agree, but this kind of offer must appeal to some people, or they wouldn't do them :)
I was on a mobileshop 12month free contract from 2005-2006, 3 times mobileshop offered me about 60% of the claims left tota to buy me out the rest of the claims
They are betting people are too lazy/forgetful to do all the claims.

Sorry but £480 vs £230 of gaming isn't comparable, but I will put my hands up I am quite biased as I run several cashback contracts so am accustomed to them.

Even if people want a wii and a good value mobile contract, I'd still recommend to buy the wii seperately and getting a high end phone as there is far more market competition in high end phones than there is in gifts making the high end phone better value for money.
your right about 'the value' of the deal it doesnt compare favourably with the cashback deals, but after reading several posts about wii stocks and selling out quickly a few poeple still want this before christmas just like my kids did so this way i have got a pretty decent contract 500 mins and 500 text for £35 pm on a standardish phone (the pebl, thats what the mrs wanted) and a wii for the kids! so my family are happy and so am i as it didt cost me an arm and a leg for the wii!!!
even ducks post days ago clearly states it won't arrive b4 xmas, possibly early last week if they could do it in time, but not now.

If people want the wii badly enough possibly, but I'll back value for money over hype generated desire anyday.
I strongly doubt that you would get the wii before Christmas. As schizoboy points out these free gift deals usually bank on the got to have it now nature of people rather than the savvy buyers.

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