Nokia 1661 Vodafone 300 18 months 99p / month after cashback @e2save + Quidco - HotUKDeals
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If you don't like redemption deals - look away now and please don't vote cold just because you don't like cashback deals.

Vodafone 300 + u/l txts 18m. £30 per month with cashback redemption giving a monthly equivalent of 99p per month for the 18 month term.

Also available on T-Mobile 24 month 600 mins +500 texts + Unlimited data - again 99p per month equivalent.

Admittedly not a great handset but I was only interested in the contract.

Quidco rate shows at £46 but mine tracked at £60 ?

I've no qualms recommending this as I have used e2save for several cashback offers and never had a problem - part of carphonewarehouse group.
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#1
I haven't voted at all, but it seems unreasonable to tell people how to vote in a public forum, if people are abiding by the rules of the site. It is a cold deal atm, tho noone has stated why they've voted coldL this maybe because you had prescribed how voting should work. and then discouraged comment.

Sometimes one posts deals and they go crazy cold, and you wouldn't expect it. A lot depends on what else is on offer, details in the post, and knowledge of members etc.
#2
I have voted hot ! I have an OSPS redemption deal (same owners as E2S) and they have simplified the claim process and paid within 14 days of my first claim (only claim so far). I have has E2S contracts before and they always paid.

5 claims over a 24 month period is hardly that difficult to organise, and with Quidco one is actually making a profit on the deal. The phone is OK, although hardly a fashion item. It iwll at least provide a spare battery for my existing phone !

Edited By: FF99 on Nov 06, 2010 17:52: E
#3
equalityforall
I haven't voted at all, but it seems unreasonable to tell people how to vote in a public forum, if people are abiding by the rules of the site. It is a cold deal atm, tho noone has stated why they've voted coldL this maybe because you had prescribed how voting should work. and then discouraged comment. Sometimes one posts deals and they go crazy cold, and you wouldn't expect it. A lot depends on what else is on offer, details in the post, and knowledge of members etc.

This is a silly comment ! The OP is only - poitely - asking people not to vote cold just because they do not favour cashback deals. Hardly a hanging offence !!
#4
FF99
equalityforall
I haven't voted at all, but it seems unreasonable to tell people how to vote in a public forum, if people are abiding by the rules of the site. It is a cold deal atm, tho noone has stated why they've voted coldL this maybe because you had prescribed how voting should work. and then discouraged comment. Sometimes one posts deals and they go crazy cold, and you wouldn't expect it. A lot depends on what else is on offer, details in the post, and knowledge of members etc.
This is a silly comment ! The OP is only - poitely - asking people not to vote cold just because they do not favour cashback deals. Hardly a hanging offence !!

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#5
I am interested to know why anyone who has voted cold has voted that way, other than that this is a cashback deal and they don;t like cashback deals. I am genuinely puzzled about this.

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