Nokia 5530 Illuvial (PINK, clearance) - 300 mins & unlimited texts just £15 per month on Vodafone + £90 automatic cashback (24 month contract) @ Mobiles.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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Mobiles.co.uk have the Nokia 5530 Illuvial for FREE on the Vodafone "You 300" price plan. This is USUALLY charged at £25, however Vodafone are offering a £10 per month discount at the moment, meaning that you'll be paying just £15 per month. For this you get 300 any time, any network minutes and UNLIMITED text messages for every month of your contract. Next day delivery is free of charge.

You will also be paid £90 in automatic cashback, which will be paid within 60 days. If you are happy to claim for your cashback (like in the good old days) then you can use claim forms and choose "13 months free", which will give you a higher £195 in cashback over the course of your contract.

The Nokia 5530 is a compact music phone with a touchscreen user interface. As a member of the illuvial range, the 5530 features pink detailing and a stainless steel body. With a 2.9 inch touchscreen the 5530 runs on the Symbian operating system letting you download applications, customise the phone and add your favourite contacts to the home screen. The 5530 XpressMusic also features a 3.15 Megapixel camera, Wi-Fi connectivity, an MP3 player and a memory card slot.

Mobiles.co.uk is a reputable company owned by The Carphone Warehouse, so claiming cashback with them should be fairly safe.

** REMEMBER TO CANCEL THE "GADGET AND SUPPORT INSURANCE" WHEN YOUR HANDSET ARRIVES, TO AVOID PAYING £4.99 PER MONTH!! **
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#1
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#2
No internet mins? Looks like that will cost an extra 50p per day.
#3
Not a bad deal, £50 back from Quidco as well.
The phone is great, I have one from the Virgin £8.50 deal posted a couple of months ago. Music & Video are excellent, better than any dedicated MP3/4 player i've had.
#4
Ordered for the Mrs, thanks, works out £4.97 a month with all the cashback gubbins
#5
hot! :thumbsup:
#6
Order confirmation says:

Pink Nokia 5530 Illuvial Clearance on
Vodafone 1 £0.00
Your Plan 300 mins (£10 Discount) @ £15.00/month
24-month contract
Gadget Phone Support - £2.99/month 1
PhoneCare Insurance - Band A - £5.99 1
£90 Auto Cashback 1 £0.00

Do I need to cancell the gadget support and insurance once I get my handset? Don't wanna be charged!
Also anyone else getting internet on it for a fiver?
#7
Hot or What?!
Order confirmation says:

Pink Nokia 5530 Illuvial Clearance on
Vodafone 1 £0.00
Your Plan 300 mins (£10 Discount) @ £15.00/month
24-month contract
Gadget Phone Support - £2.99/month 1
PhoneCare Insurance - Band A - £5.99 1
£90 Auto Cashback 1 £0.00

Do I need to cancell the gadget support and insurance once I get my handset? Don't wanna be charged!
Also anyone else getting internet on it for a fiver?

yes just cancel when it arrives
#8
Hot or What?!
Do I need to cancell the gadget support and insurance once I get my handset? Don't wanna be charged!
Also anyone else getting internet on it for a fiver?


ohdaesu
yes just cancel when it arrives


Added a reminder about this to the bottom of the OP.
#9
duckmagicuk2
Added a reminder about this to the bottom of the OP.


Thanks again OP, brilliant deal.
#10
got it today, was brand new, very nice phone, slicker than my 5800
#11
ohdaesu
got it today, was brand new, very nice phone, slicker than my 5800


did it come with all the bits (memory card, headphones etc.)?
#12
no memory card, but yes to headphones, software, manual, charger all new, not sure if it was meant to have a case/sleeve like my 5800, but it didn't come with one
#13
am looking to get this but do people trust mobiles.co.uk over cashback? any experiences? btw are there any other additional costs not included in the £15 a month, such as itemised billing, or is it £15 and thats it? Also, did people go fro automatic cashback or redemption? rep for any help
#14
acer098
am looking to get this but do people trust mobiles.co.uk over cashback? any experiences? btw are there any other additional costs not included in the £15 a month, such as itemised billing, or is it £15 and thats it? Also, did people go fro automatic cashback or redemption? rep for any help


went for redemption cashback, never had a problem with other carphone warehouse offshoots, like e2save and dialaphone, so hopefully will be ok
#15
I went for 13 months free too - hopefully they will be ok as I have heard good things about the company. Anyone know how form filling works? Do you have to fax forms through? Btw HOT DEAL this, can't believe it didn't go higher!
#16
just to inform the OP that the pink one is now out of stock. the black and red one is still available, and i got mine today. bit gutted there's no memory card in the pack, but seeing as it's me sorted for a phone and contract for 2 years at <£5 a month if everything comes through, i can't really complain...

topcashback also tracked... at £0.01. i am assured this is normal...
#17
Ferris
just to inform the OP that the pink one is now out of stock. the black and red one is still available, and i got mine today. bit gutted there's no memory card in the pack, but seeing as it's me sorted for a phone and contract for 2 years at <£5 a month if everything comes through, i can't really complain...

topcashback also tracked... at £0.01. i am assured this is normal...


1p to start with, you get the rest after a day or two.
#18
i knew it was too good to be true. i just tried the phone out for the first time. all seems to be fine with it, except the screen has a patch that is tinted blue. it only shows up when the screen is showing something black (but not white), but it is definitely there. i guess that is the fault for which it was returned, and why it was reissued as 'clearance'.

anyone who ordered a clearance phone might want to check it out thoroughly for this sort of minor fault, if there's a chance it might affect your enjoyment of the phone. now that i've noticed it once, i can't stop noticing it, and it irritates me!

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