Nokia 2760 Clearance - TMobile Combi (100mins + 100 texts/month) £15 for 18 months HOWEVER 16 Months FREE by redemption - Making the Effective cost £1.67 per month (+ Quidco will actually make you money) @ e2save - HotUKDeals
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Nokia 2760 Clearance - TMobile Combi (100mins + 100 texts/month) £15 for 18 months HOWEVER 16 Months FREE by redemption - Making the Effective cost £1.67 per month (+ Quidco will actually make you money) @ e2save

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The Nokia 2760 mobile phone unfolds style with a new look that is fresh, elegant and sophisticated. View with ease whoever maybe calling you with the external display-screen. Open the Nokia 2760 to… Read More
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[mod] 7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
The Nokia 2760 mobile phone unfolds style with a new look that is fresh, elegant and sophisticated. View with ease whoever maybe calling you with the external display-screen.

Open the Nokia 2760 to reveal an array of features including a VGA camera with 4x zoom, screensavers, themes and wallpapers. Play the built-in games and amuse yourself by accessing WAP internet style pages.

Not only does the Nokia 2760 have MP3 downloadable and polyphonic ringtones but it also has Bluetooth connectivity, allowing you to share all multimedia files. Finally use up to 10MB of user memory to store, your ringtones, photos and videos.

Use the external display to see whos calling without opening the phone

Keep in contact with SMS, MMS, email and Nokia Xpress Audio Messaging

Share images and videos easily via Bluetooth

Chose from the FM radio or media player to play your favourite tunes

Capture lifes great moments with the VGA camera 4x zoom

Store all your multimedia files with the large user memory
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#1
Worth mentioning the above deal is for 100mins + 100 texts/month
#2
Indeed 100mins/100sms should be in the title.
e2save have always been reliable for me in cashback
#3
It would be interesting knowing who is organising the redemption scheme...I once took one of these types of deal with T Mobile, the company sorting the redemption went bust & I was stuck with a 12 month contract with a network I wouldn't have chosen other than based on cost.

6 months down the line it will be too late to cancel if things go wrong
#4
corred1964
It would be interesting knowing who is organising the redemption scheme...I once took one of these types of deal with T Mobile, the company sorting the redemption went bust & I was stuck with a 12 month contract with a network I wouldn't have chosen other than based on cost.

6 months down the line it will be too late to cancel if things go wrong


Yes I always worry about this - I stick with mobile.co.uk which at least has backing of the dreadful carphone warehouse thus less chanc eof going belly up ?

Maybe a better deal at mo is https://securesite.mobiles.co.uk/Cart.aspx which is a Sony Ericsson W205 Clearance 12 month contract with £50 quidco giving you a profit - as long as you get cashback?
banned#5
tmb;7663063
Yes I always worry about this - I stick with mobile.co.uk which at least has backing of the dreadful carphone warehouse thus less chanc eof going belly up ?

Maybe a better deal at mo is https://securesite.mobiles.co.uk/Cart.aspx which is a Sony Ericsson W205 Clearance 12 month contract with £50 quidco giving you a profit - as long as you get cashback?


E2save are also part of the CPW group so should be ok. if you stick with the big boys cashback wise you should be fine,but if your a disorganised person dont bother you'll end up worse off.
#6
what a rubbish deal andywedge, it is not worth the hassle of cashback which you may not get with a crap phone and with only 100mins
[mod]#7
zaheer2003
what a rubbish deal andywedge, it is not worth the hassle of cashback which you may not get with a crap phone and with only 100mins


Eh?
(+ Quidco will actually make you money)
#8
I've done 2 cashback contracts with e2save and no problems with cashback (apart from one reminder requried to prompt them to send out one of the cheques out). WOuldn't hesitate to use them again. although others have more generous claim periods.
#9
SHOWMAN36
E2save are also part of the CPW group so should be ok. if you stick with the big boys cashback wise you should be fine,but if your a disorganised person dont bother you'll end up worse off.


Oh I'm sorry I'd never realised that - your quite correct Sir they are part of CPW ;-) Making my comment totally irrelevant !!
#10
http://www.topcashback.co.uk/e2save/

£46 cashback at Topcashback. More than Quidco offer.
#11
Good price, utterly crap fone tho - the misses has one.
#12
Anyone know what the 4 games are that come with this?
#13
tmb
Yes I always worry about this - I stick with mobile.co.uk which at least has backing of the dreadful carphone warehouse thus less chanc eof going belly up ?

Maybe a better deal at mo is https://securesite.mobiles.co.uk/Cart.aspx which is a Sony Ericsson W205 Clearance 12 month contract with £50 quidco giving you a profit - as long as you get cashback?


No company is immune from going 'belly up'. Remember the banks! Look at Man U, Woolworths etc. Only a chosen few are aware of the financial situation of a company at any given time. Don't let the size of their operation fool you.
#14
Valhalla1
No company is immune from going 'belly up'. Remember the banks! Look at Man U, Woolworths etc. Only a chosen few are aware of the financial situation of a company at any given time. Don't let the size of their operation fool you.


"Man U" aren't belly up. Businesses have debts. If you count indebted football clubs as being belly up then you would be left with a handful of teams. And don't say Manyoo!
#15
My experience with e2save was quite bad. They have quite a few fine prints in their cashback policy that can get you by surprise. I lost almost £400 on one deal even if the fault was theirs (mobile bill sent to old address by them even though address was changed by me, which lead to delay in submision of claim, online bill copy was not acceptable). One example of fine print of cashback rule is - once your cashback claim installment is refused due to whatever reason, the whole cashback deal is called off. You don't get a penny after that!
I guess they make loads of money by this cashback 'trap'..
#16
Beware, Quidco gets cancelled - coz when E2save realise you've gone through them they will send you an erroneous cancellation email within 2 weeks that will get your cashback declined.
#17
mr_funkie;7671903
Beware, Quidco gets cancelled - coz when E2save realise you've gone through them they will send you an erroneous cancellation email within 2 weeks that will get your cashback declined.

It didn't with my two contracts, where Quidco cashback was paid fine - so that's a bit of a blanket statement to make. All transactions via any of the cashback sites are not GUARANTEED to be tracked and paid though.
#18
An alternative if you want more minutes/texts (still a rubbish phone - but better than nothing)

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

I've done a couple of these and the cashback tracked immediately. E2save are aware of the quidco link - they even have something like "e2save in association with quidco" on the order confirmation page!
#19
corred1964
It would be interesting knowing who is organising the redemption scheme...I once took one of these types of deal with T Mobile, the company sorting the redemption went bust & I was stuck with a 12 month contract with a network I wouldn't have chosen other than based on cost.

6 months down the line it will be too late to cancel if things go wrong


Same thing happened to me. I have used e2save in the past with no problems though. I'd say they're pretty solid as most of the crap ones are not gone.

I wouldn't recommend this deal at all though.

Cold.
#20
These redemption things are rubbish, I did it once and they only paid out 4 times out of 12, would have been better off just getting the cash up front, the requirements were so tight on getting your redemption in, thats how they make the money!
#21
You have to stick to the terms and conditions. If you do you will get your money.
Unless they go bump.
#22
emmkay
My experience with e2save was quite bad. They have quite a few fine prints in their cashback policy that can get you by surprise. I lost almost £400 on one deal even if the fault was theirs (mobile bill sent to old address by them even though address was changed by me, which lead to delay in submision of claim, online bill copy was not acceptable). One example of fine print of cashback rule is - once your cashback claim installment is refused due to whatever reason, the whole cashback deal is called off. You don't get a penny after that!
I guess they make loads of money by this cashback 'trap'..


True, but this is how they can make it so cheap for people who manage it.
#23
SHOWMAN36
E2save are also part of the CPW group so should be ok. if you stick with the big boys cashback wise you should be fine,but if your a disorganised person dont bother you'll end up worse off.



Well said. I'm organised and had a few of these deals when they were literally too good to be true.

Chose the wrong company and it went tits up.

This deal is certainly cold for disorganised people or people who don't stay in the same place for long.
#24
Valhalla1
No company is immune from going 'belly up'. Remember the banks! Look at Man U, Woolworths etc. Only a chosen few are aware of the financial situation of a company at any given time. Don't let the size of their operation fool you.


errr thats why I said less chance of them going belly up?? Well aware anything possible but I feel comfortable CPW is a safer bet than most :whistling:
#25
Now if this was on O2 I'd snap one up... I'm about to get their broadband and I can save £5 a month by being a mobile customer. But my house is an O2 signal blackspot so I want to find a way of being their 'mobile customer' without paying them much...

Still I guess that's going to quite a lot of bother to save not that much I suppose...
#26
Nice deal but the reliability of e2save actually paying cashbacks is slim.

Steer clear of e2save / CPW.
#27
I've had 5 contracts with E2save and had every penny back from them and Quidco with them too....However , this deal isn't that great as just a few weeks ago you could've had 300 mins and u/l txts for the same price with a cheap Nokia 1650/1610. If you were to include my son and daughters' families we must have taken out at least a dozen contracts and every one has been successfuly repaid.
#28
I used to use e2save every year for cashback deals, but a couple of years ago they gave me the runaround on a perfectly valid claim. I got voucher credit in the end rather than cash and have not used them since - e2save/CPW are really not worth the bother.
#29
dodoegg1
"Man U" aren't belly up. Businesses have debts. If you count indebted football clubs as being belly up then you would be left with a handful of teams. And don't say Manyoo!


I didnt say they had gone belly up. You assumed that is what i meant.
#30
tmb
errr thats why I said less chance of them going belly up?? Well aware anything possible but I feel comfortable CPW is a safer bet than most :whistling:


Any reason? You have gone through their accounts? Or just a gut feeling?
#31
Nokia 2760 Clearance - TMobile Combi (100mins + 100 texts/month) £15 for 18 months HOWEVER 16 Months FREE by redemption - Making the Effective cost £1.67 per month (+ Quidco will actually make you money) @ e2save


yes most of people knows who will make money at end
#32
Ayrton;7673981
But my house is an O2 signal blackspot so I want to find a way of being their 'mobile customer' without paying them much...

Still I guess that's going to quite a lot of bother to save not that much I suppose...

PAYG qualifies, therefore get one of their free sims activated (think there is a once every three months top up requirement, but you would need to check). Or if you have family/a friend on o2 who isn't taking up the offer, use their number ... ;-). I signed my parents up for the offer using my mobile number but all other details are their's (including different address many miles away) and has been fine for the past year :whistling:
Anon
#33
Don't trust E2Save. Girlfriend sent a claim in and forgot to send it registered. Guess what - it got lost. I know it's common sense to send it registered but if they're going to "lose" those that aren't then they're obviously dishonest.
#34
HaveABanana
Don't trust E2Save. Girlfriend sent a claim in and forgot to send it registered. Guess what - it got lost. I know it's common sense to send it registered but if they're going to "lose" those that aren't then they're obviously dishonest.


Obviously, I mean there's no chance it got lost in the post is there?
#35
I guess that's a possibilty to the more gullible amongst us.
#36
HaveABanana
I guess that's a possibilty to the more gullible amongst us.


It's an equal possibility no matter how gullible you are. Being gullible isn't a requirement for something to get lost in the post.
#37
"Being gullible isn't a requirement for something to get lost in the post." LOL. Gullible cashback claims. How bizarre.

You're seriously saying that you believe that when cashback claims that weren't sent by registered post inevitably disappear there's an "equal possibilty" that they got lost in the post? You seriously believe that?

Would you like to buy a car?
#38
HaveABanana
"Being gullible isn't a requirement for something to get lost in the post." LOL. Gullible cashback claims. How bizarre.

You're seriously saying that you believe that when cashback claims that weren't sent by registered post inevitably disappear there's an "equal possibilty" that they got lost in the post? You seriously believe that?

Would you like to buy a car?


Of course there's an equal possibilty, how would being gullible have an effect on whether something goes missing.

I know what you're trying to say, you're saying it's obvious that they're lying. I'm mearly pointing out that it's not obvious and you have no evidence.
#39
You're getting confused.

You pointed out the possibility that the claim got lost in the post.

I stated that the claim getting lost in the post is a possibility to the more gullible amongst us.

You went on to claim that it's an equal possibility.

I asked you if you seriously believe that.

You now appear to think that I believe your gullibility somehow brought about the situation.

Perhaps you should have a lie down.
#40
In a rush I have sent some cashback claims to e2save as normal plain post, the cashback cheques still came no problem, but 90%+ of mine on several contracts are Royal Mail Recorded

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