Nokia 1661 Mobile Phone £1.67 per Month 300 Mins Unlimited Text @e2save + £47 Cashback Via Quidco - HotUKDeals
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Vodafone 300 18 month contract FREE Nokia 1661 Mobile Phone
300 mins + Unlimited texts
17 Months FREE by redemption
£1.67 Per Month Effective Cost Via Cashback
Saving £510.00

Send your claim in line with the Cashback Claim Process below and we will credit you by cheque with £102 each time.

This will save you £510.00 over the 18 month duration of the contract. In effect this means that your average line rental per month over the contract period is £1.67 per month.

NOKIA 1661 BLACK
The Nokia 1661 mobile phone is reliable, practical and easy to use with a respectable price tag that won't break the bank! Featuring a powerful 3-in-1 speaker for louder ringtones for hearing your calls in noisy environments and enjoying a clearer handsfree function. Tune into your favourite radio stations with the integrated FM radio, even find those lost keys with the built in torch.

Customise your sound with downloadable polyphonic ringtones and hold an impressive 500 phonebook contacts on your Nokia 1661. This is an ideal choice for you if you are looking for a mobile phone that you can make calls and send texts easily and navigate around menus quickly and effortlessly.


Don't struggle hearing your phone with the powerful 3-in-1 speaker

Listen in to your favourite stations with FM Radio

Never lose your keys again with a handy built-in torch

Store up to an impressive 500 phonebook entries

Customise your mobile phone with downloadable polyphonic ringtones

Freedom to move with the built in handsfree function
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#1
Repeat posting ..

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/569236/nokia-1661-17-months-free-300-ult-t

Not the best phone, but if you alrerady have a decent phone, the package is good.

Bought my wife this a few days ago.

£1-67 isn't a bad price at all .. just remember to cancel the insurance and the 'gadget help line' that comes too
#2
Can anyone vouch for the cashback from e2save these days. They seem to have changed the terms of claim again. I look for ambiuity having been caught on one of the technicalities of returning the cashback claim (albeit with another company).
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ou 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 from 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.[/COLOR]

So if you bought on today, the bill you would send would be July - correct?

Cheers - once bitten, twice shy!
#3
I've never had a problem with cashback from e2save and have used them for three contracts so far.
They are part of Carphonewarehouse.
#4
cashbacks with e2save will send a chill through my spine. My question to e2save is if they really want to do offer a cashback to the customers whey cant they make their cashback tandc s simple such that a common man can understand.
I did a lot of cashbacks with dialaphone and they are very very good. It is straight forward as to what bill you need to send to them for cashback.
#5
marnstars;7775869


So if you bought on today, the bill you would send would be July - correct?


Correct.
#6
baldude
cashbacks with e2save will send a chill through my spine. My question to e2save is if they really want to do offer a cashback to the customers whey cant they make their cashback tandc s simple such that a common man can understand.
I did a lot of cashbacks with dialaphone and they are very very good. It is straight forward as to what bill you need to send to them for cashback.


They "tried it on" with me. One letter to Carphone Warehouse (CPW) legal department with a letter before action and "hey presto" a cheque arrived by special delivery.

It was an o2 contract with billing undertaken by CPW. I cancelled at 11 months giving 1 month notice and guess what? CPW refused to send me my final bill and e2save insisted on the final bill for cash back.

Just threaten legal action and you should get your money.
#7
Common Sense
They "tried it on" with me. One letter to Carphone Warehouse (CPW) legal department with a letter before action and "hey presto" a cheque arrived by special delivery.

It was an o2 contract with billing undertaken by CPW. I cancelled at 11 months giving 1 month notice and guess what? CPW refused to send me my final bill and e2save insisted on the final bill for cash back.

Just threaten legal action and you should get your money.


Time spent on writing a threatening letter and waiting for the cheque to arrive and the replies etc...ummm....may suit someone who have free time to do that. not for me though...
But thanks for your information on threatening letter advise. I am sure it helps lot of people who are struggling to get their cashbacks.
#8
Don't be put off.

I, along with many of my friends, have used e2save and mobiles.co.uk for years with only one hitch, the cheque they despatched to me in December failed to arrive, I presumed it lost in post/ or lost during p.o. strikes.

I emailed them and got a replacement cheque within 10 days.

This was with mobiles.co.uk who also accept your bill sent via email (download as a pdf from the network providers website and attach it to an email) This saves going to the post office, recorded delivery costs etc - you get an auto acknowledgement along with a tracking number, afterwards you receive an email saying 'payment approved' - followed by another email when your cheque is on its way - simples!

My contract comes to an end on the 16th, on that day I'll just ask t-mobile for my pac and transfer my number to the new service provider - takes two days to happen, no need for a months notice,
#9
Fairly obvious question: Does an original paper bill have to be sent as part of he claim (the T&C are silent on this referring only to "your bill") ? If so, there is an increased cost of £ several p.m., as IIRC, Vodafone charge for paper bills.
#10
no seems like you can send internet print offs if you read the FAQ
#11
FF99
Fairly obvious question: Does an original paper bill have to be sent as part of he claim (the T&C are silent on this referring only to "your bill") ? If so, there is an increased cost of £ several p.m., as IIRC, Vodafone charge for paper bills.


i refer you to the post just above your own, your question was answered before you asked - how's that for service? haha. just download your bill as a pdf and attach it to an email and jobs done.

another tip, if your phone has a calendar feature, pop the reminders into that - you'll never forget that way.
#12
Gone up to £3.33 now.

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