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Nokia 5200 (XpressMusic) - 12 months Free rental (12m contract) + £35 Quidco profit !

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Nokia 5200 (XpressMusic) - 12 months Free rental (12m contract) + £35 Quidco profit @ CoolNewMobile.com Offer available on Vodafone Anytime 500 & 250 SMS tariff which includes 500 Cross Network … Read More
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Nokia 5200 (XpressMusic) - 12 months Free rental (12m contract) + £35 Quidco profit @ CoolNewMobile.com

Offer available on Vodafone Anytime 500 & 250 SMS tariff which includes 500 Cross Network Minutes + 250 Txt Messages. Go via Quidco for £35 cashback which is a profit !

Phone Description : The Nokia 5200 XpressMusic can hold over 100 albums worth of music (approximately 1500 tracks) on a 2GB microSD card. The Nokia 5200 is a sleek, slide design phone with fantastic music functions. The MP3 player and stereo FM radio mean your favourite tunes go where you do. There's a headphone jack so you can plug in your own headphones or even some speakers! It also comes with a VGA camera / video camera to let you capture the action. HTML browsing enables you to check the internet and stay updated on the move. Bluetooth connectivity lets you hook up to other devices without wires; useful for in-car headsets and swapping files with your friends.

Cashback : £420.00 cashback, to be claimed in 5 stages. Very reliable cashback from CoolNewMobile which I can personally vouch. You need to send 'original' airtime bills within 30 days. You will get an email confirmation when the claim is received and another one when the claim is successful.
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#1
Thanks Edi. Voted hot.

Check out the link in my signature for feedback on the mobile phone retailers and other useful cashback/mobile phone information.
#2
Thanks ducky :)

CoolNewMobile's feedback link >>here<<
#3
Is this the best phone offered for free? I see many more on the page including a Nokia 5300.
#4
robertvan1
Is this the best phone offered for free? I see many more on the page including a Nokia 5300.


Nokia 5300 is a better phone with 1.3MP camera & dedicated Music keys. However, the 5300 @ CoolNewMobile (Orange network) is out of stock. I'll be soon posting some Nokia 5300 deals on 12 months Free (12m contract).
#5
sounds like a brilliant deal but what is in it for them? Simply the fact they hope you forget to claim in time?
#6
OK, I'll have a look at some of the other phones and order one if it's in stock :)
#7
I've narrowed my choices down to this phone or this: http://shop.carphonewarehouse.com/pay-monthly/lg/s5200/o2/?PURL=carphone.at/hotukdeals&P36=4ZBCHS&CID=0&CTY=8

Which is the better phone?
#8
Before any of you guys go for these so-called mobile phone companies be very wary. Most of these companies are a facade for fraudulent activities. I deal with the other side of this in the work I do, so I DO know what i am talking about. Even HMRC realise the problem with these companies and have imposed stricter guidelines for registering for VAT etc...

I personally have had 3 of these so-called 1/2 price or free line rental tariffs, you get a couple of chq's thro' or cashbacks then don't hear anything further. Companies like: TheMobs - what a bunch of con artists (both the dir's that is!) and another was a local Mobile phone company supplier in Coventry, I can't remember the final one!

Now I just go direct to the mobile phone co's concerned either Vodafone or Three & get good enough deals from them.

Sorry guys just wanted to throw in my two pence worth
#9
Thanks theonlytazman for sharing ur concerns :)

This is where a forum like HUKD kicks in with thousands sharing their feedback and hence, we can effectively root out rogue retailers. I have been doing cashback claims since 2003 with CPW, e2save, chatterbox and coolnewmobile and havent had any problems so far. Also, some mobile sites are banned @ HUKD as they were not found to be trustworthy by members.
#10
Thanks edi, the inland revenue now known as HMRC are looking at computer component suppliers as well as mobile phone operators as both have been named & shamed by them!

CPW are slow at forwarding cashbacks but they do & they have a 2mth leeway for bills to be rec'd unlike some of these c/back co's. At the end of the day it is sometimes worth a punt with a newly found mobile phone company on the off-chance it will be ok, we now have 4+ mobiles in the family so deals like the one's we find on these wonderful pages do come in handy, but i am wary when it concerns new mobile phone suppliers.

TheMobs for example cont'd to trade till the last moment & "ripped off" countless mobile phone users at the end yet Three & other phone operators aren't willing to compensate us!

For me Three have some good deals with their current £15pm for life offers with some decent phones thrown in for free & with 500mins+, PLUS more imp'tly us Quidco users get a whopping £100 cashback on these deals. So an 18mth contract with Three costs £270 less £100 c/back = £170, in effect you're paying £9.44 pcm for 500 MINS anytime any network! What more could you want in a cheap mobile phone??? These are current offers on the three website BUT visit Quidco 1st and log in through them, the deals are:

http://threestore.three.co.uk/offerdetails.aspx?offercode=18VDT5D004&phoneDesc=LG_U400&phoneCode=LGU400TDSL&tariffid=0

This is for the LG400 mobile £15 for 18mth contract ...

http://threestore.three.co.uk/images/largeimages/lgu400_free.gif

Enjoy
#11
excuse my dumbness but does cross network minutes include land lines?
#12
smolloy2002
excuse my dumbness but does cross network minutes include land lines?


yes yes ... :)
#13
theonlytazman :-

Cashback is provided by the retailer and not the network. Hence, if the site goes bankrupt your contract with the network will continue but without anyone to claim the cashback. This is the risk with cashback and some sites including CPW can be better trusted than others in this context.

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