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A rarity here, as we see the return of a couple of good cashback contract deals with e2save, a company owned by CPW who i've had lots of positive experience with in the past. Hurry if you want one of these offers as they're beginning to die out.

e2save.com have the Nokia 6080 for free on a 12 month o2 contract with 11 months free line rental. So, for £35 (after cashback) you get the Nokia 6080 (for free), 12 months line rental, 400 any time, any network minutes and 500 texts per month. This works out at £2.92 per month after cashback.

The Nokia 6080 Mobile phone is the updated to the Nokia 6070. The 6080 has a 128x160 pixel CSTN colour display, a VGA resolution camera and an FM radio, also capture your favourite clips by using video recorder. Stay in-touch with email, instant messaging, SMS and MMS. This lightweight handset at only 91g will have heads turning with its stunning and streamlined design. Enjoy the amazing features, record your family and friends voices for entertainment and browse the internet for up-to-date news and downloads.

This offer works by cashback which you claim from e2save at specified intervals. You have 30 days to send the claim. You must have paid each bill in its entirety, so please only use this deal if you can afford to pay the bills on time and remember to keep on top of the cashback. Use recorded delivery when sending the claims. e2save are a part of the Carphone Warehouse group and reliable when sending cashback.

Purchase via QuidCo.com for £36.50 cashback - that's £1.50 profit. **Remember to decline/cancel the insurance that they try to give you as it can be very expensive!!**
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#1
Many thanks ducky. I can't seem to get quidco working atm though. Anyone else having a problem?
#2
normal
Many thanks ducky. I can't seem to get quidco working atm though. Anyone else having a problem?

Same here, can't get quidco to work either!
#3
Super deal!
I wish my contract was up this month instead of April. Heat added!
#4
Quidco is down until early afternoon according to their website.


http://www.quidco.com/blog/?p=142
banned#6
jus realised, all 2save.com clearance deals hav gone non price match. they gone bck to regular ones as ever bfor.
suspended#7
From my experience, e2save's cashback is very fast, normally you can get your cheque within 20 days after your claim. But for price match offer, you need to send original bill and you will lose all if you miss one. Phones of cashback offer at e2save are usually just so so, and you cannot expect to get all accessories with the clearance offer.

So, personally I prefer mobiles2yourdoor offer to e2save ones. But these days, cashback offers become rare. duckmagicuk2, do you know any reason for this?
#8
I went for this deal yesterday after lots of looking around...mainly because of the automatic cashback element... but with the Sony phone - though it makes no difference to me as I won't be using the phone - just the SIM. A couple of things to be aware of.

1. With O2 if you want to port your number you need to have the PAC code when you apply online. You cannot port your number afterwards.

2. Be very careful to make sure you get the correct months bills. Once connected and I have my bill date I am going to email them to get them to clarify which bill they want for the first claim.

The T&Cs online (which can't easily be screen printed to printer) at the time of order say :

Instalment 1 - You will need to claim 6 months from connection and you have 30 days from this date to submit your claim. Send us your claim form and monthly bill showing your name, address, mobile number and tariff you are connected to. (This bill must be no older than 28 days when we receive it and have no balance brought forward.)

However, the email confirmation I received says :

To gain the remainder of your line rental / cash back please send your 6th, 8th, 10th and 12th monthly bills within 30 days of the date stated on the relevant airtime bill, to us and we will credit you by cheque with £62.25 each time.


The latest bill you have in your possession at precisely 6 months from connection will not necessarily be the 6th monthly bill.... so they are already contradicting themselves (both with which bill and the date from which you have 30 days to claim from)....

At worst I will pay £20ish per month if all my claims are rejected (assuming Quidco and automatic cashback are paid). At best it is free for 12 months.
#9
Thanks for the info Searcher2.

toplch
So, personally I prefer mobiles2yourdoor offer to e2save ones. But these days, cashback offers become rare. duckmagicuk2, do you know any reason for this?


Well, there were a lot of smaller firms that e2save, CPW, OSPS, Phones4U and Mobiles2YourDoor were in competition with but most of these have gone under with the strain that 12 months free deals put on the cashflow of the firm. Therefore, the bigger boys don't have as much competition and can offer deals which aren't as good as when they were competing with the small firms.

I'd also go as far as saying that people get suspicious when offered a deal this good so they probably get more sales on lower cashback offers anyway.
#10
Have to watch these cashback deals these days ,ive had e2save and theyve been ok in the past .Am currently on Orange 12 months free with Mobile Outlet and theyre CR*P ! Sent correct bills by recorded delivery , sent confirmation email to say claim validated in October but still have no cashback .If i phone them they fob you off , emailed them 4 times , they dont reply . A mate is on month 11 of a contract with Mobile Outlet and has submitted 4 claims correctly and only recieved 1st cashback !
BE VERY CAREFUL WHICH COMPANIES YOU USE FOR CASHBACKS - I AM TAKING MOBILE OUTLET TO SAMLL CLAIMS COURT TO GET MY CASHBACK PAID .

In my opinion Carphonewarehouse are most reliable and you get 60 days to claim . Have had e2save before and theyve been good , onestopphoneshop have always paid up but got very slow paying towards end of contract. Also avoid Mobile Rainbow - a friend had a 12 month free deal with them , submitted claims correctly and on time and they didnt pay up anything - big cowboys .

Im not saying all these companies doing cashbacks are scammers but i think many more people are claiming correctly and they dont like having to payout .
#11
See i would want a deal like this but worried about getting the cashback.
#12
e2save are on par with CPW as far as reliability goes in my opinion. :)
#13
Im confused, do i pay £35 a month? Then hope for cashback?

I mean do they take £35 a month out of my account
#14
A few points to note here

1. As far as I know, and from past experience you can port into O2 up to 30 days after the contract starts - I have done this in the past - just contact O2 with your PAC Code. AFAIK Vodafone is the only provider that will only port at point of sale.

2. Mobile Outlet are bad. Some colleagues are with them and they are all having problems.

3. E2Save are not too bad, but beware they are going downhill. I have just finished two contracts with them and the last three claims had to be chased. The third from last they sent cheques to the wrong value, too less obviously and I had to chase them for the balance. Second from last they only sent one cheque, claiming they had not received the other claim but they were both sent in together. Had to re-submit that claim. The last claim they rejected the claim because it was too late, but later agreed that it was sent in 2 days after the bill date and I had the Royal Mail SD POD to prove it, but still had to re-submit the claim at further cost. So they are starting to use some of the dirty tricks the lesser companies use.

So beware, IMHO the days of big cashback deals are all but over.

EliTom
#15
the__mayster
Im confused, do i pay £35 a month? Then hope for cashback?

I mean do they take £35 a month out of my account


Yes you pay £35 / month then claim it back over the last six months

Cashback Claim Process:
A credit of £136.00 will be raised automatically by cheque within 2 months if you do not cancel your contract. To gain the remainder of your cashback, you will need to claim for each instalment.

Instalment 1 - You will need to claim 6 months from connection and you have 30 days from this date to submit your claim. Send us your claim form and monthly bill showing your name, address, mobile number and tariff you are connected to. (This bill must be no older than 28 days when we receive it and have no balance brought forward.)

i.e. if you purchased on the 1st of January 2007, you need to send in the bill that is dated around the 1st July 2007, and you will have until the 30th July 2007 to do so. This is 180 days (6 months) after connection.

Instalment 2 - You will need to claim 8 months from connection and you have 30 days from this date to submit your claim. Send us your claim form and monthly bill showing your name, address, mobile number and tariff you are connected to. (This bill must be no older than 28 days when we receive it and have no balance brought forward.)

Instalment 3 - You will need to claim 10 months from connection and you have 30 days from this date to submit your claim. Send us your claim form and monthly bill showing your name, address, mobile number and tariff you are connected to. (This bill must be no older than 28 days when we receive it and have no balance brought forward.)

Instalment 4 - You will need to claim 12 months from connection and you have 30 days from this date to submit your claim. Send us your claim form and monthly bill showing your name, address, mobile number and tariff you are connected to. (This bill must be no older than 28 days when we receive it and have no balance brought forward.)
#16
I know why the title & price have been put as they have, but they are wrong - you cannot have this offer for £35 for a year without quidco & you cannot make a profit via quidco - I feel that postage costs should be factored as with all other offers on this site - IMHO, using anything other than SD is unwise, so with 4 claims, the minimum price I would say is approx (as no one knows how much SD will be in 12.5 months) £55 or £18.50 with quidco (IIRC the quidco amount). You also have the expense of cancelling - again I don't know if that needs to be a SD letter - CPW telephone CS are useless IMHO. For these reasons, I'm voting cold as the offer is misleading (no offence duckmagic2, as I think you do a wonderful job posting all the mobile phone deals).
suspended#17
duckmagicuk2
Thanks for the info Searcher2.



Well, there were a lot of smaller firms that e2save, CPW, OSPS, Phones4U and Mobiles2YourDoor were in competition with but most of these have gone under with the strain that 12 months free deals put on the cashflow of the firm. Therefore, the bigger boys don't have as much competition and can offer deals which aren't as good as when they were competing with the small firms.

I'd also go as far as saying that people get suspicious when offered a deal this good so they probably get more sales on lower cashback offers anyway.


Thanks for your information, duckmagicuk2. Now I know why there are seldom good cashback offers at present. And I am very surprised that Phoneboxdirect & Coolnewmobile have been out of business: hope others won't, or we will lose a fortune.:p
#18
i went for the se phone last week, will prob ebay some time soon, as i've just got my hands on a nice shiny n95 black. and i only wanted the sim, tbh ive been reading some really bad stuff about E2save on MSE, and i'm concerned now that there seems quite a few people on there that seem to have had to or are going to take them to small claims. I've just finished one with e2save and must say i had no probs at all.
#19
essexgangsta
i went for the se phone last week, will prob ebay some time soon, as i've just got my hands on a nice shiny n95 black. and i only wanted the sim, tbh ive been reading some really bad stuff about E2save on MSE, and i'm concerned now that there seems quite a few people on there that seem to have had to or are going to take them to small claims. I've just finished one with e2save and must say i had no probs at all.


They did have stricter terms on these deals so that may be where problems came in. Also, those with bad experiences for whatever reason tend to be more vocal.
#20
This offer is still going strong. :)

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