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10 months free line rental by redemption
Motorola Defy, works out to £125.16 after redemption.
100 mins
100 texts
unlimited internet

For more info on the phone:
http://www.gsmarena.com/motorola_defy-3514.php

wanted to see if this was a good deal, please say why it's cold if you decide to vote cold.

LINK TO DEAL: http://www.affordablemobiles.co.uk/contract-mobile-phones/t-mobile/mrc_pound15/motorola/defy/15552326.html

Can't seem to change the direct link
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#2
Link does not work
#3
Was this deal found directly on the affordablemobiles website or through a 3rd party comparison website - if it was the latter (ie, 3rd party comparison site such as mobilephonechecker) you can't go via Topcashback or Quidco therefore miss out on the potential cashback. If it can be found directly then cashback has a chance of paying out.
#4
ah didn't know that. was found on a 3rd party site. Still think it's a good deal without cashback though. Can't find it directly. If anyone does, that would be great.
Will amend title and post.

Edited By: Dan-Fish on Apr 09, 2011 14:59
#5
I think I made a mistake. Does anyone know whether this is £8.94 a month after the 10 months free line rental or whether it is £8.94 + 10 months free line rental?
#6
how reliable is this company ? (Affordable Mobiles) never used them before. Are they as good as dialaphone and e2save?
#7
Voting cold purely because of the redemptions.

Got fed up of losing out on redemptions in the early 2000's, thought this cr*p way of operating was all but gone due to the amount of people not getting what they should have done.

I would imagine the next OFT investigation if they ever could be bothered would be about TCB / Quidco etc and firms that refuse to pay out on tracked purchases.

Just give me the cash off up front please :(
#8
Can't get this deal to work out at figures quoted. You pay £15.32 x 24 months = £367.68. If you manage to submit all the redemption requests on time and they are accepted you get a maximum of £10.00 x £15.32 back which equals £153.20 therefore the minimum you will pay over the 24 months is £214.48.

Sorry, just read your post that you might have got it wrong - you have to pay the £15.32 for 24 months and then claim 10 months back.

Edited By: stuart9787 on Apr 09, 2011 15:52
#9
Northerndave
Voting cold purely because of the redemptions.

Got fed up of losing out on redemptions in the early 2000's, thought this cr*p way of operating was all but gone due to the amount of people not getting what they should have done.

I would imagine the next OFT investigation if they ever could be bothered would be about TCB / Quidco etc and firms that refuse to pay out on tracked purchases.

Just give me the cash off up front please :(


A discount off upfront will be tiny in comparison to what cashback can give you. I personally love the cashback deals (though I only go with "established" companies) - because of the laziness/idiocy of others messing up their claims, I get far better deals out of it.
#10
urinthematrix
how reliable is this company ? (Affordable Mobiles) never used them before. Are they as good as dialaphone and e2save?
EVERYbody is better than Dialaphone for gods sake!
#11
Lofty124
urinthematrix
how reliable is this company ? (Affordable Mobiles) never used them before. Are they as good as dialaphone and e2save?
EVERYbody is better than Dialaphone for gods sake!


What makes you say this. Dialaphone, e2save, and Phones4U are without doubt the best cashback mobile phone retailers on the net. They are not as strict with their T's&C's as other retailers such as Mobiles.co.uk who will do everything in their power to prevent you from getting the cashback.

Personally, no matter how good the deal is, I will never use any cashback retailer other than the thre mentioned above because you're unlikely to get all of your cashback.
#12
Something else worth noting. It's sad to see the Motorola getting reductions like this already. It sums up how poor it is compared to other smartphones. Motorola used to be second only to Nokia in mobile phones but surely it's only a matter of years before they disappear.
#13
carleast
Something else worth noting. It's sad to see the Motorola getting reductions like this already. It sums up how poor it is compared to other smartphones. Motorola used to be second only to Nokia in mobile phones but surely it's only a matter of years before they disappear.


Actually Motorola's figures have been very good for a few years now since they adopted Android....they might not sell many phones in the UK but in the US there market share is huge.
#14
It's a decent phone too... will be better once 2.2 is here, as memory is definitely a problem.
#15
callum9999
[quote=Northerndave]
A discount off upfront will be tiny in comparison to what cashback can give you. I personally love the cashback deals (though I only go with "established" companies) - because of the laziness/idiocy of others messing up their claims, I get far better deals out of it.


Google 'onestopphoneshop cashback problems' and wade through the 14,000 entries before you assume that laziness/idiocy are the contributing factors !

Now part of the CPW group, is that 'established' enough for you !
#16
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