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Nokia 6233 - 18 months free line rental on an 18 month contract at Phones4U + £50 QuidCo PROFIT!!

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Phones4U have the clearance Nokia 6233 on their website on the "Three" network with 18 months free line rental on a 18 month contract (after cashback). So, for £0 (after cashback) you get the refurbis… Read More
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9y, 11m agoFound 9 years, 11 months ago
Phones4U have the clearance Nokia 6233 on their website on the "Three" network with 18 months free line rental on a 18 month contract (after cashback). So, for £0 (after cashback) you get the refurbished Nokia 6233 (for FREE!), 18 months free line rental, 250 any-time minutes per month which can be used to call any UK mobile or landline and 50 text messages per month too. This is one of the cheapest monthly payments before cashback at just £15 per month.

The Nokia 6233 provides the perfect balance of business and pleasure - in a sleek, attractive design. It has a 2 megapixel camera with 8x smooth, digital zoom, landscape mode and video record. It also offers a stereo FM radio with Visual Radio and a MP3 player with high quality sound through stereo speakers and 3D surround sound. Up to 70 MB of memory is available, 6 MB internal plus 64 MB memory card, for storing videos, pictures, music and messages. Other features include Bluetooth, 3D games and Push to talk.

This offer works by cashback which you claim from Phones4U at specified intervals. If you wish you can purchase via QuidCo.com who will give you a whopping £50 in extra cashback, meaning that you are making a PROFIT of £50 on the whole thing!! Remember to cancel the insurance if you don't want it as it's quite expensive at £9.99 per month. As usual, send claims recorded/special delivery as soon as you get the bill and you'll be fine. Phones4U are a reputable high street retailer who are reliable for cashback.
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#1
Check the link in my sig for more information on Phones4U, tips for keeping on top of cashback and for other helpful bits and pieces.

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#2
If you're scared of bad coverage Nokia's can be easily put onto GSM only and 3 use Orange as their 2G network.

http://coverage.orange.co.uk/uk/UKCoverageSearch.htm
#3
Thought this had been posted before? It's been around for a while hasn't it?
#4
The deal had gone out of stock for quite a long time and they've got some more. I thought it was necessary to re-post seeing as the last one was well over a month ago.

:)
#5
http://www.birmingham.gov.uk/GenerateContent?CONTENT_ITEM_ID=6422&CONTENT_ITEM_TYPE=0&MENU_ID=1522
Beware of Cash Back Deals
Birmingham Trading Standards are warning the public to beware of “cash-back” deals when signing mobile phone contracts after receiving hundreds of complaints from disgruntled customers.

Within the last two months alone the council has been told of at least five retail businesses in the city who have ceased trading owing customers hundreds of pounds, after persuading them to commit to long-term contracts with the promise of generous cash back deals.

Often the deals involve promises that the initial monthly fee is only a temporary expense which retailers will part refund, via cash back, on an ongoing basis once a minimum term has elapsed. But if a retailer goes out of business customers are not only left with no means of reclaiming their promised cash each month, but also find themselves tied in to long-term contracts with their mobile phone operator.

Councillor Neil Eustace, Chair of the Public Protection Committee said: “We have severe reservations about the growing trend for cash back deals in the mobile phone industry. These deals often look great on paper but can be fraught with problems over time.

“This situation is made worse by the fact that, even though they subsidise the deals struck by independent retailers, the big network providers refuse to accept any responsibility for the actions of third party dealers.


a bit of adavice :thumbsup:
#6
Phones4u are massive though, thats like saying CPW will crumble.

Small indepdenent shops/chains I can understand but people who have been around more than a decade and grown and succeeded arn't a problem.

Forgotful, lazy customers who do not plan and prepare their cashback schedules and claims then demand their cashback after falling foul of their legit T&C's are the idiots.
Those who just forget and mess up, well thank you frankly, for subsidising my cashback contracts for all these years. :thumbsup:
#7
Out of interest, did I hear correct that Carphone Warehouse have put e2save and onestopphoneshop into voluntary liquidation ??

Thanks
Daniel
#8
djblamire
Out of interest, did I hear correct that Carphone Warehouse have put e2save and onestopphoneshop into voluntary liquidation ??

Thanks
Daniel


That's for discussion in another thread please as it is not connected to this deal. :) Thanks!
#9
ok, no problem, I was just replying to the post that said:

"Phones4u are massive though, thats like saying CPW will crumble."

Thanks
Daniel
#10
So you get a phone, 18 months line rental and £50 cashback? Is this right, your making a profit of £50?
#11
robcpfc79
So you get a phone, 18 months line rental and £50 cashback? Is this right, your making a profit of £50?


Yes.. if all goes well and you get 100% cashback :thumbsup:
#12
robcpfc79
So you get a phone, 18 months line rental and £50 cashback? Is this right, your making a profit of £50?


Yes, just need to remember to send in your cashback claims...

Daniel
#13
red, that's talking about independent cashback retailers in Birmingham. Many large cities have various mobile phone shops who offer cashback, but they're often sole traders rather than huge national limited companies and often fold within the year.

djblamire, e2save and OSPS aren't going out of business. Carphone Warehouse have just taken the steps to make them a part of Carphone Warehouse Ltd rather than have 3 different companies running alongside each other. It's purely a behind the scenes thing and doesn't affect either sites or their consumers. In fact, it's probably making the future of the two sites even more secure.
#14
All hail the wise and knowledgeable duckmagic... :thumbsup:
#15
Anyone aware of a similar offer on a nokia but not on 3? I heard reciption is bad even in london
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Three use Orange 2G network which is 100% fine in London

Only downside with three network wise is if you travel alot and make calls, expect alot of dropped calls while it tries to use it's own masts instead of Oranges and when it has to drop you because no mast and your phone then finds an Orange mast, but rare for most three users I know since only people who drive alot for their job have such problems.
#17
Very useful thanks!!
#18
18 Months FREE

Send your 10th, 12th, 14th, 16th and 18th monthly bills within 60 days of the date stated on the relevant airtime bill, to us and we will credit you by cheque with £13.50 (month 10), £27 (month 12), £40.50 (month 14), £54 (month 16) and £135 (month 18).
#19
I already have this phone and its quite good especially with the 2MP camera which when you put the settings up to the highest spec it doesn't take a bad picture or video clip.Just ordered this for my wife as her phone was old and she won't use more than 250 minutes a month which is what they are hoping for obviously.Ive had these cashback deals before and had no problems.Good deal.
#20
schizoboy
All hail the wise and knowledgeable duckmagic... :thumbsup:


:giggle:

As for reception trouble on three, I'm in the north west, not a booming area for these things, and I had a three contract two years ago wieth very few problems with reception.

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