Nokia 2730 Classic + 600 cross-network mins + 500 texts + Unlimited data - T-Mobile 18 months - £30/month (Or £0/month by Full Redemption) @ BuyMobilePhones - HotUKDeals
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Nokia 2730 Classic on T-Mobile 18 month contract
Contract includes: 600 cross-network mins + 500 texts + Unlimited data all for £30.00 a month

However, all 18 months line rental is free by redemption, so you can get the phone and contract for free for 18 months as long as you send your bills in within the set time periods.

Therefore, the EFFECTIVE COST of the rental is completely free! :)
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#1
Mrs Harper has this deal - they paid up the first cashback a little late due to some bank issue apparently. Always be completely clear on what you're getting into with a cashback deal
#2
How are buymobilephones.net on cashback? I tend to stick with CPW companies (e2Save, OSPS and Mobiles.co.uk), and although they try to trip you up a little common sense and doing things on time and keeping a record means I've always been paid (I've been doing them for about 5 years now).
#3
my last 12month contract was buymobilephones got the t-mobile £35pm and got nokia 1210? which I never used and kept using my viewty from last contract before that. The only thing is don't loose your vouchers and secondly always send by recorded. I get an email back within a week of posting to say It's been accepted and then couple weeks later I get paid.
#4
can you explain please? how can it become free?
#5
orgfilao
How are buymobilephones.net on cashback?

A friend has had two phones with them for the past two years, says he always gets paid promptly.
#6
fotocopy
can you explain please? how can it become free?

You pay them the £30 each month, then you have to send your bills back within a certain date after paying. They then will refund the money.
#7
macleodmac
fotocopy
can you explain please? how can it become free?


You pay them the £30 each month, then you have to send your bills back within a certain date after paying. They then will refund the money.

I see.. and what's in it for them?
#8
fotocopy
macleodmac
fotocopy
can you explain please? how can it become free?
You pay them the £30 each month, then you have to send your bills back within a certain date after paying. They then will refund the money.
I see.. and what's in it for them?

They'll get commision from the network and they get the money from those who forget to redeem the cashback.
#9
Thanks for the info
I don't need the sim as I have a contract with O2. Is it worth getting one of those?
#10
I had bad experience with those cashback website, they go under administration, and I didn't get a penny back.....
#11
ycy0116
I had bad experience with those cashback website, they go under administration, and I didn't get a penny back.....


so you then cancel the direct debit and get to keep the fone :)
#12
dapp
ycy0116
I had bad experience with those cashback website, they go under administration, and I didn't get a penny back.....
so you then cancel the direct debit and get to keep the fone :)
the cashback offer is from the website (ie buymobilephones.net) not the network, and your agreement to pay is with the network, therefore if the website goes under you still need to pay the network. that is the reason you have to claim cashback from website not network
#13
spenz09
dapp
ycy0116
I had bad experience with those cashback website, they go under administration, and I didn't get a penny back.....
so you then cancel the direct debit and get to keep the fone :)

the cashback offer is from the website (ie buymobilephones.net) not the network, and your agreement to pay is with the network, therefore if the website goes under you still need to pay the network. that is the reason you have to claim cashback from website not network


Exactly!! for those who's going to sign the contract: think twice !!! It was an expensive lesson I learned!!

Edited By: ycy0116 on Sep 17, 2010 00:16: re-wording

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