Nokia 1661 Mobile Phone £30/month @ e2save + cashback - HotUKDeals
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Nokia 1661 on Vodafone 18 Month Contract £30 per Month with 17 Months Free after £510 Cash back and then £60 cash back from quidco on top. Buy this and you will make £30 after Cashback and Quidco. Free Phone Free Delivery by DHL Unlocked 300 Minutes per Month Xnet Unlimited texts. This is a basic phone but neat and a quality make. If you already have a Nokia 6300 this uses the same battery and power supply so you will have a spare or you can sell the phone and use the sim in your 6300 giving you 17 more months of free calls and texts. Supplier is in the Carphone Warehouse Group so no worries there. This deal ticks all the boxes for me.
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#1
Im always too scared to take out one of these deals that relys on sending in forms to claim cashback every month incase i forget :oops:
#2
pinkkitty2007
Im always too scared to take out one of these deals that relys on sending in forms to claim cashback every month incase i forget :oops:

I have never had a problem and you get a web page that shows you all the dates that you send your claims, and you get 2 months to claim from the date. i am sure you can do it, if it means you get a free phone and £30 on top.
#3
pinkkitty2007
Im always too scared to take out one of these deals that relys on sending in forms to claim cashback every month incase i forget :oops:
You're just the type of customer they want so they can grab your £510.:whistling:I've done a couple with e2Save and been ok but you do have to keep on top of it with regard to sending in the bills at the right time.I always send bills by 'Special Delivery' with consequential loss,abit more costly but much safer.
#4
u have 2 months i neva had a prob done about 10 of these now
#5
I have been using free mobile contract phones for several years thanks to these deals, Its a great feeling when those cheques come through and you know you have beaten the system legally. I just feel its time to share this with all those poor suckers that are still paying for their phones. Give them a break. My wife has one and all the members of my family too. It means we can keep in contact and when we are shopping we don't have to worry about losing one another.
#6
These redemption claims are all well and good but if the company goes bust then you're left paying the full contract price for the rest of the term which for this deal at £30 a month could be very costly.
#7
As long as there are mugs that are willing to pay then they are not going to go bust, saying that I would only deal with a reputable company such as this one so as to minimize the risk. You are right to point this out, and I cant begin to understand the logic of offers like this.
#8
I have checked my quidco tracking of this transaction and it is showing as only £50 not £60. I have raised a queery about this, but be aware that this may happen to you. Apart from that I do not see how this deal can be negative heat as it effectively pays you cash to buy one. Is it that its only 300 free inclusive minutes, how many do you want. If you want more then get two phone and get paid even more cash. Someone please enlighten me on this point, as I havent seen many other deals lately on this site that do this. Please add some heat if you agree.
#9
..Heat n repped ya m8! Good find!
#10
bbdom
These redemption claims are all well and good but if the company goes bust then you're left paying the full contract price for the rest of the term which for this deal at £30 a month could be very costly.


I once tuck out a similar offer on the orange network via a local shop (went out of business)
I managed to get out of the 18 month contract after 10 months I told orange I am moving abroad so it is not fare me having to pay £40 per month
They closed the account down


a few of my friend succeed and a few did not with the same storry

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