MOTOROLA F3 ( PAYG Virgin mobile phone)......£19.95 (with £10 airtime) OR LESS !!!!! - HotUKDeals
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MOTOROLA F3 ( PAYG Virgin mobile phone)......£19.95 (with £10 airtime) OR LESS !!!!!

£19.95 @ Carphone Warehouse
This phone has been posted before but with e2save. I think this works out a little better (first post for a deal, be kind)!!! Carphone warehouse are selling this for £19.95 (with £10 airtime). …
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9y, 7m agoFound 9 years, 7 months ago
This phone has been posted before but with e2save.

I think this works out a little better (first post for a deal, be kind)!!!

Carphone warehouse are selling this for £19.95 (with £10 airtime).
HOWEVER, if you register the Virgin sim card online (thanks to mouseclick for this), you get £5 + £2 bonus......this makes the phone £2.95!!!!

If you choose to go through quidco, you get £5 cashback.....giving you £2.05 PROFIT!!!!!!
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9y, 7m agoFound 9 years, 7 months ago
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#1
Thanks for the deal post cezne and Welcome to HotUKDeals! :-D
#2
Well done Cezne. You spotted this and you deserve the credit, so everyone give him heat and rep. Just to clarify, e2save and CPW are the same company, but the CPW offer is available online and offline. CPW are a pound dearer (although a "refurbished" phone is available for a quid less), but they pay £2 more Quidco, so it is swings and roundabouts unless you are comparing apples with pears, in which case it is a chicken and egg situation.

By the way, all you kids with Internet and all that on your phones, clear off, it is way past your bedtime.
#3
mouseclick


By the way, all you kids with Internet and all that on your phones, clear off, it is way past your bedtime.



:-D :-D :-D
#4
can u trade in with this purchase?
#5
rabialioness
can u trade in with this purchase?



TBH, you are better getting yourself a Tesco clubcard and recycling your old phone with them for £20-worth of 'deals' (meals out, theme parks etc).
#6
rabialioness
can u trade in with this purchase?


No, I'm afraid..
#7
bellboys
TBH, you are better getting yourself a Tesco clubcard and recycling your old phone with them for £20-worth of 'deals' (meals out, theme parks etc).

If you buy F3s for neigbours or friends with old phones, you can offer to "recycle" them (which is the truth) and the £20 makes it worth your while. Having said that, my neigbour wanted to keep hers. But now people know that I am "Tescoing", a few friends have given me old banger phones as tips. Last quarter I traded in 5 phones and got 2500 green clubcard points (£100 in deals). So if any old phones turn up as a result of buying these F3s, I agree, Tesco is the best place to send them.
#8
For a cash profit simply sell the phone (after using up the free credit) - i.e. http://www.mazumamobile.com/ give £3 for the F3
#9
Anyone got their phone and registered it? Checked the airtime balance?
(£5.00 on sim other £5.00 credited up to 8 days later)
#10
flashback
Anyone got their phone and registered it? Checked the airtime balance?
(£5.00 on sim other £5.00 credited up to 8 days later)


If you mean with Virgin, it should actually be £5 on sim, £2 if you register the sim on the Virgin website, then £10 credit applied 8 or more days later!
#11
Gone up by £6 to £24.95 now, but a clearance offer (refurbished) still available on T-mobile PAYG for £18.95 Both prices include the "£10" airtime credit, this turns out to be £17 on Virgin, but the T-mobile amount is unknown.

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