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#81
joe90jnr
Buy an Android and set up mobile hotspot :-)

An unlock-able 4G ready Android handset for under £50!? Show me where please.
1 Like #82
smashedhat
How do you get the quidco to track? EE isn't listed on quidco, does it track if you go to EE store via T-Mobile?

EE is on quidco, type EE in the search box... LOL

http://www.quidco.com/ee-mobile/

It will track at £35.

Edited By: samaraki on Apr 25, 2013 10:00
#83
Welcome to EE.
Your order's winging its way to you right this minute so get ready to say hello to your new device.
Description Huawei E5776 Mobile Wifi
Quantity 1
Price £29.99

1. Why do they say £29.99?
2. Why has it been dispatched when they said 28 day wait?
#84
samaraki

It will track at £35.

Or not - mine didn't and you can't raise the missing cashback query for three days. Apparently EE won't look at the claim for 30 days so for sure the cashback is not assured if you're planning to cancel quickly, and even then it's never assured. I was going to do that myself but we have a couple of weekends away coming up and the hotel broadband is more expensive that the EE monthly charge so might as well use this instead.
#85
samaraki
Welcome to EE.
Your order's winging its way to you right this minute so get ready to say hello to your new device.
Description Huawei E5776 Mobile Wifi
Quantity 1
Price £29.99

1. Why do they say £29.99?
2. Why has it been dispatched when they said 28 day wait?

If you create an account and look in there, they will have charged you another £25, but it still works out that your next payment due is under £16 in total. I don't get it either but it looks like they really did only take £29.99 on the credit card.
#86
GB credit crunch
Was on the phone to EE to cancel my contract, was told that I have to send my router back as It's not my to own It was rented to me for as long as I'm with them. Jiffy bag it's on its way! Looks like £29.99 wasted-did everyone got that amount on their invoices? Or did they messed up my order?

I just got email confirmation from EE.

Your contract you have taken is a 30 day contract which can be cancelled at any time and of course the device is yours to keep.

So you must of bought the 24 month contract?
#87
fishz
samaraki
Welcome to EE.
Your order's winging its way to you right this minute so get ready to say hello to your new device.
Description Huawei E5776 Mobile Wifi
Quantity 1
Price £29.99

1. Why do they say £29.99?
2. Why has it been dispatched when they said 28 day wait?

If you create an account and look in there, they will have charged you another £25, but it still works out that your next payment due is under £16 in total. I don't get it either but it looks like they really did only take £29.99 on the credit card.

Well it's cool if its £29.99
£30 + £16 = £46 - £35 Quidco = £11 for a £200 dongle. (Not sure how much it costs to unlock though)
This deal should be hotter.
#88
fishz
samaraki

It will track at £35.

Or not - mine didn't and you can't raise the missing cashback query for three days. Apparently EE won't look at the claim for 30 days so for sure the cashback is not assured if you're planning to cancel quickly, and even then it's never assured. I was going to do that myself but we have a couple of weekends away coming up and the hotel broadband is more expensive that the EE monthly charge so might as well use this instead.

You could just cancel your order and then re order...
Try using Internet Explorer, I had several failed trackings using chrome and Firefox the last few mobile contracts I ordered, but has worked very well with Internet Explorer, actually it tracks within 20 mins...
The T-mobile contract I got last month, tracked in 20 mins or so, and they paid the money into my bank on day 18, I was very impressed.
banned#89
Welcome to EE.

Your order's winging its way to you right this minute so get ready to say hello to your new device.


Description Huawei E5776 Mobile Wifi
Quantity 1
Price £49.99
Including delivery
Total price excluding VAT

Total price including VAT
Amount paid

Topcashback tracked at £35.35

Edited By: samsul73 on Apr 25, 2013 12:11
#90
Well I've given it a go, made sure I selected the 30 day 3gb option. Thanks for the deal, heat added :)
1 Like #91
***HEADS UP***

If you already have an EE/T-Mobile/Orange phone or contract you may be able to get this package with the MiFi device free... because I did, last week and am using it now.

I called two weeks ago to inquire about an Orange mobile broadband package two weeks ago on Wed 10 April. The sales bod told me there was a better deal - £15.99 for 3gb data/month on a rolling monthly contract. With a FREE 4g MiFi divice - the Huawei E5776. I was taken aback, I thought there must be some catch, but I couldn't see one, so I ordered it. It arrived one week later, on 17 April. It's the same rolling contract, I can cancel with a month's notice any time, but the device was free.

Either I was particularly jammy to get one before a new offer had been finalised, or it is something they are currently offering to all existing orange clients who call to ask about an Orange mobile broadband package.

If you are an Orange (or EE or T-Mobile) customer, there is no harm trying. I only had a payg phone, with occasional use, and I got it, so give it a try. :D

P.S. I had nothing in writing or online that says I am only renting the device, so if they tell you otherwise, demand to get it in writing.
#92
JamJim
***HEADS UP***

If you already have an EE/T-Mobile/Orange phone or contract you may be able to get this package with the MiFi device free... because I did, last week and am using it now.

I called two weeks ago to inquire about an Orange mobile broadband package two weeks ago on Wed 10 April. The sales bod told me there was a better deal - £15.99 for 3gb data/month on a rolling monthly contract. With a FREE 4g MiFi divice - the Huawei E5776. I was taken aback, I thought there must be some catch, but I couldn't see one, so I ordered it. It arrived one week later, on 17 April. It's the same rolling contract, I can cancel with a month's notice any time, but the device was free.

Either I was particularly jammy to get one before a new offer had been finalised, or it is something they are currently offering to all existing orange clients who call to ask about an Orange mobile broadband package.

If you are an Orange (or EE or T-Mobile) customer, there is no harm trying. I only had a payg phone, with occasional use, and I got it, so give it a try. :D

P.S. I had nothing in writing or online that says I am only renting the device, so if they tell you otherwise, demand to get it in writing.

Nice one! Ill give it a go, then uptate this thread. Fingers Xssed!
#93
Lippo999
Well I've given it a go, made sure I selected the 30 day 3gb option. Thanks for the deal, heat added :)

Well I was charged £29.99 and no trackback from Quidco....
1 Like #94
genmaxiu
JamJim
***HEADS UP***

If you already have an EE/T-Mobile/Orange phone or contract you may be able to get this package with the MiFi device free... because I did, last week and am using it now.

I called two weeks ago to inquire about an Orange mobile broadband package two weeks ago on Wed 10 April. The sales bod told me there was a better deal - £15.99 for 3gb data/month on a rolling monthly contract. With a FREE 4g MiFi divice - the Huawei E5776. I was taken aback, I thought there must be some catch, but I couldn't see one, so I ordered it. It arrived one week later, on 17 April. It's the same rolling contract, I can cancel with a month's notice any time, but the device was free.

Either I was particularly jammy to get one before a new offer had been finalised, or it is something they are currently offering to all existing orange clients who call to ask about an Orange mobile broadband package.

If you are an Orange (or EE or T-Mobile) customer, there is no harm trying. I only had a payg phone, with occasional use, and I got it, so give it a try. :D

P.S. I had nothing in writing or online that says I am only renting the device, so if they tell you otherwise, demand to get it in writing.

Nice one! Ill give it a go, then uptate this thread. Fingers Xssed!

No chances for me to get it for free, spent 20 minutes on the phone with no luck, as usual, T-Mobile doesnt care about their existing customers.

Can someone confirm the device do not have to be sent back once I decide to cancel my monthly rolling contract?

EDIT: Just phoned T-Mobile and can confirm, once contract is cancelled (at any point) the device belongs to you and cost you £49.99.

EDIT2: Ok, went through the website ordering proccess, received an info about more info needed from me. I phoned them instead and asked about that, then nice lady just completed the transaction for me asking for...£39.99 :) Good one. Looking forward to see Quidco statement:)

Good luck to everyone and thanks to OP for posting this smoking hot deal!:)

Edited By: genmaxiu on Apr 26, 2013 16:31: more info
#95
Sales bot told no free device on 30days contract :(

But device can be unlocked for less than one quid :)
#96
iv joined quidco now what do i do to take this deal through thm and get cashback? iv tried using the search box on quidco already
1 Like #97
Quidco/Topcashback payment reduced to £10 :(
#98
iancabby
Quidco/Topcashback payment reduced to £10 :(

Tracking £35 for me, I clicked main EE link on quidco website
http://img844.imageshack.us/img844/7348/quidco.jpg

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Edited By: genmaxiu on Apr 28, 2013 19:20: pic
#99
I've tracked at £35 but on my order it said they would call me but they haven't, should I assume the orders mucked up as I haven't heard from them.
#100
I received one today :) still £35 tracked. Now time to sell the device:) Anyone?;))
#101
When is everyone cancelling their contract?

I've had the worst experience with ee, as I need a mifi I thought I would buy it in store, first store told it was in stock, went through all details and credit check for then to be told it was not in stock and that I could have a 3G one for same price, I refused to accept then told to check other store for stock, next day went to a few with not stock, until I found one that said it had stock, guy gets the device shows me box, I thought it looked the same, after going throught the same process and credit check, he allows me to check box to see model and I found out he lied to me, it was e586u.

I then decide to do it online and obviously due to 2 credit checks in last 24 hours it got rejected, so annoyed with EE right now.
#102
Still haven't got mine yet. Ordered on the 21st and called them up at the weekend to see what was going on. Now they're saying it may actually take 28 days to arrive although it may be sooner.
#103
Heh, they`ve send me a USB 4G dongle initially, spent 2.5 hr on the phone trying to resolve the problem , and at the end, after over 2hr talking ,waiting and listening their music someone just decided to DISCONNECT me.

So went to one of their branches, asked for E5776 , cancelled my online order over there (over the phone - thanks for the branch manager) and signed up a new , instore. Device itself is quite big, bigger than 3g MiFi i have at home but speed...I managed to reach 34Mbps DL and 16Mbps UL which is an awesome result comparing to the previous, 3g one.

Now i want to sell the device. It will be available here in next few days (already active somewhere else).
#104
Got mine coming tomorrow. What is the best way to unlock it?
#105
If you phone them and ask what they can do, they'll probably offer it free of the up front charge
#106
Anyone else received theirs yet?

Had the dispatch email last Thursday morning, saying delivery within 2 days and still waiting.

Anyone any links for unlocking these, thinking of using 3 when they have 4G available but in the meantime I have one of those free 12 Month internet T-Mobile/EE SIM Cards I can use.

Thx
#107
Just ordered mine and I'm looking to use it on the 3 network. Any details on the best way to unlock this baby would be appreciated :-)
#108
StevieC
Anyone else received theirs yet?

Had the dispatch email last Thursday morning, saying delivery within 2 days and still waiting.

Anyone any links for unlocking these, thinking of using 3 when they have 4G available but in the meantime I have one of those free 12 Month internet T-Mobile/EE SIM Cards I can use.



Thx

I ordered around 22nd, not received a dispatch email as yet.
#109
Well my order arrived today and the fools at EE had sent an E5332 (3G)! Three calls to them later and apparently they are sending an E5776 tomorrow...
#110
That'll be interesting, as when I spoke to them yesterday they said they had no stock and didn't know when they were expecting any.

I was chasing mine that was "dispatched" last Thursday but is still to turn up.

Apparently the dispatch email I received isn't a dispatch email, but a standard welcome email they send out. I received my order confirmation, same day I ordered then 2 days later, what I thought was a dispatch email as below:

To add further the day I ordered the device EE debited £2 from my Credit Card, then refunded 2 days later the Thursday, when they took the full payment and I received the "dispatch email" so I have paid in full, up front, for something they don't have in stock or know when they will get stock. Not impressed to date.

Dear Steve

Welcome to EE.

Your order's winging its way to you right this minute so get ready to say hello to your new device.
Web order reference XXXXXXXX
Description Huawei E5776 Mobile Wifi
Quantity 1
Price 49.99
Including delivery 49.99
Total price excluding VAT 41.65
Total price including VAT 49.99
Amount paid 49.99

You'll get free delivery as standard on all online orders and we'll try our best to deliver within two working days providing your order is accepted before 17:00.

Don't forget your proof of identity - for Pay Monthly and Tablet orders When we deliver your order to your chosen address, you'll need to show your photo ID in person. When your order arrives, our driver will take down the last five digits of your ID, to make sure that it's been properly checked.

See the types of ID we accept here.
Passport Police ID card
Photocard driving licence Military ID card
UK National identity card Registered disabled card

What happens if no-one is at home to sign for delivery?
A card will be left with details to organise redelivery of your order, or how you can collect it.


Edited By: StevieC on May 02, 2013 08:50
#111
[quote=StevieC]That'll be interesting, as when I spoke to them yesterday they said they had no stock and didn't know when they were expecting any.

I was chasing mine that was "dispatched" last Thursday but is still to turn up.

I need to call them to chase mine, exact same situation as you. I cant find a cs phone number, only an existing customers one, plus their website is one of the worst I have ever seen. What number did you use please?
#112
As I'm a new customer so cannot call 150 from a EE/T-Mobile mobile I used

Personal mobile - call 0800 956 6000

Got straight through, said I was chasing an order, they just took postcode etc. Then when he found the order, he said it had been dispatched and put me through to, what turn out to be Mobile Broadband Sales/Customer Services to provide tracking details. Glad I was on a 0800 number, took 20 minutes to speak with someone, who then advised it hadn't been shipped as no stock etc.
#113
well surprise surprise nothing has turned up. Called EE again who confirmed it hasn't actually been dispatched and they cannot say when it will be! They are however crediting me with the first 30 days cost for the inconvenience. This could work out to be very cheap!!
#114
To a newcomer sounds a daunting project to get one of these from EE! Wondering if it would be easier to negotiate with someone who bought one to sell?
#115
Gone down to £8 quidco now!
#116
hmsq82
When is everyone cancelling their contract?

I've had the worst experience with ee, as I need a mifi I thought I would buy it in store, first store told it was in stock, went through all details and credit check for then to be told it was not in stock and that I could have a 3G one for same price, I refused to accept then told to check other store for stock, next day went to a few with not stock, until I found one that said it had stock, guy gets the device shows me box, I thought it looked the same, after going throught the same process and credit check, he allows me to check box to see model and I found out he lied to me, it was e586u.

I then decide to do it online and obviously due to 2 credit checks in last 24 hours it got rejected, so annoyed with EE right now.

you cant get rejected for having multiple checks, also they shouldn't have to do a credit check if you already have a contract with them.
#117
genmaxiu
I received one today :) still £35 tracked. Now time to sell the device:) Anyone?;))
Yes - me!
#118
Mine finally arrived today but it came with a nano SIM card which doesn't fit in it as it takes a standard sim.

Rang them up and they're sending a standard SIM that'll be here on Tuesday. But do I also need to cancel my contract today or can it wait til Tuesday/Wednesday?
#119
garbage456
hmsq82
When is everyone cancelling their contract?

I've had the worst experience with ee, as I need a mifi I thought I would buy it in store, first store told it was in stock, went through all details and credit check for then to be told it was not in stock and that I could have a 3G one for same price, I refused to accept then told to check other store for stock, next day went to a few with not stock, until I found one that said it had stock, guy gets the device shows me box, I thought it looked the same, after going throught the same process and credit check, he allows me to check box to see model and I found out he lied to me, it was e586u.

I then decide to do it online and obviously due to 2 credit checks in last 24 hours it got rejected, so annoyed with EE right now.

you cant get rejected for having multiple checks, also they shouldn't have to do a credit check if you already have a contract with them.
You can on their system, as they only allow 2 authorisations per person(for me it was the case)
#120
Expired - now £70 & both Quidco/TCB showing as £8. Best deal is the 24 month 8GB which only costs return postage if you return within 30 days - 8GB enough for you?

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