Nokia 6300 - 11 months FREE line rental on 12 month vodafone contract (700 mins & 250 texts /month) + £60 Quidco (£20 profit!) @ Phones4u - HotUKDeals
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The second of my three offers from Phones4U tonight! They have the Nokia 6300 for free on Vodafone contract with 11 months free line rental on a 12 month contract, saving you £440 over the 12 month period. So, for £40 (after cashback) you get the Nokia 6300 (for free), 12 months line rental (after which you may cancel the contract), 700 any time, any network minutes and 250 text messages per month. This works out at just £3.30 per month after cashback. Purchase via QuidCo for £60 in extra cashback, meaning that you can actually make £20 profit on the whole thing.

It's worth noting that the phone is brand new stock and not clearance/reconditioned.

The Nokia 6300 is one of the top selling phones of 2007. Its a slim cameraphone with a classic design. The Nokia 6300 weighs 91g and measures 106 x 44 x 11.7mm one of the thinnest phones available from Nokia. The latest Series 60 user interface is easy to use and allows additional software to be installed. With the built-in 2 megapixel camera you'll always be ready to capture an unexpected moment. Picture quality is above average when compared to other cameraphones in this class. The 6300 also has a good MP3 player and an FM radio, ideal for when you want to listen to your favourite tunes, a radio show or catch a live sports event while on the move. It supports microSD cards for additional memory and it has Bluetooth, a web browser and basic email client. In summary, this is a brilliant mobile phone that is easy to use, functional and adaptable.

This offer works by cashback which you claim from Phones4U at specified intervals. You have a massively generous 60 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, or even special delivery with consequential loss cover. Phones4U are a large high street firm, and are fairly reliable when it comes to cashback.

Purchase via QuidCo.com for £60 in extra cashback, meaning a profit of £20. **Remember to decline/cancel the insurance that they try to give you as it can be very expensive!!**
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#1
[center][size=6]The Nokia 6300 @ Phones4U[/size]
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#2
The g600 clearance is also a good deal (same 11 months free) but is OOS
#3
terrible phone, shocking battery life. style over substance exemplified.
#4
grex9101
terrible phone, shocking battery life. style over substance exemplified.


I, personally, dislike Nokia phones. My ranking would be:

1. Sony Ericsson
2. Samsung
3. LG
4. Nokia
5. Motorola

:thumbsup:
#5
Cashback is messy. I thought I knew it all and did it all right - sent Claim form by registered post etc. Carphonewarehouse (OK it wasn't Phones4U) even acknowldeged the claim form, said they had sent the redemption cheque. Didn't arrive, was asked to wait for 60 days. After 60 days, was told cheque may be lost in transit, would be re-issued and would have to wait 90 days! This happened for 2 of the claim forms. Had to fight with them over almost 9 months to get the money, got it only when I threatened to complain to Ofcom. Cashback is a scam - Period! You can't win!!!
#6
caalm
Cashback is a scam - Period! You can't win!!!


Or not... :thumbsup:
#7
grex9101
terrible phone, shocking battery life. style over substance exemplified.

Not my experience. This is the best Nokia I've had so far. Battery lasts for 4-5 days (without Bluetooth). Goes down to about 2 days with Bluetooth and when used as an MP3 player (~2 hours/day).
#8
you get a better deal on M2YD (same company) with 12 months free and £55 Quidco
#9
I took up a phones4u cashback deal last year , not a problem so far (touch wood) going to collect my last cheque next month.

Can anyone explain what


Send your 6th, 8th, 10th and 12th monthly bills within 60 days of the date stated on the relevant redemption claim form, to us and we will credit you by cheque with 25% of the total amount at each redemption period*

In particular the 25% part?
#10
TheShadow
I took up a phones4u cashback deal last year , not a problem so far (touch wood) going to collect my last cheque next month.

Can anyone explain what


Send your 6th, 8th, 10th and 12th monthly bills within 60 days of the date stated on the relevant redemption claim form, to us and we will credit you by cheque with 25% of the total amount at each redemption period*

In particular the 25% part?


The total amount is the total cashback, ie in this case it'd be £440 (11 months free) £40 x 11.

4 claims in total so you get a quarter back each claim. (£110)
#11
Nokia 6300 clearance.....now on 12 month free deal....just ordered....
#12
lkl265
Not my experience. This is the best Nokia I've had so far. Battery lasts for 4-5 days (without Bluetooth). Goes down to about 2 days with Bluetooth and when used as an MP3 player (~2 hours/day).


I use mine for work - literally battery will die ~ 8 hours after I start, and that's on a full overnight charge. I've had both replacement batteries and handsets and they're all the same.

Yes, I'm a heavy user but my SonyEricsson k750i lasted 3days with the same usage,

I stand by my comments - shocking battery life.
#13
grex9101
I use mine for work - literally battery will die ~ 8 hours after I start, and that's on a full overnight charge. I've had both replacement batteries and handsets and they're all the same.

Yes, I'm a heavy user but my SonyEricsson k750i lasted 3days with the same usage,

I stand by my comments - shocking battery life.


SE battery life is excellent. :)
#14
ordered 9.45 am thursday, received 7am friday
phone came unlocked which is an added bonus
#15
hanif
ordered 9.45 am thursday, received 7am friday
phone came unlocked which is an added bonus



All vodafone contracts phone come unlocked, if you have old stock which are locked, they will unlock contract phones at anytime for free.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=174539
#16
Chiptivo
All vodafone contracts phone come unlocked, if you have old stock which are locked, they will unlock contract phones at anytime for free.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=174539


P4U usually using generic handsets for these offers, so it is not strictly a vodafone contract phone. My one had no vodafone branding and came in a generic box.
#17
Hi

I was about to order the phone but currently I am on Tmobile and when I spoke to Phones 4 u customer services 0800-0725 855 they said that I can not port my existing number to Vodafone and that's on their web site under Terms & Conditions

http://www.phones4u.co.uk/help/faq-porting.asp

They don't port the number to Vodafone & O2 and why is that - I don't know. I'm now stuck as I spend days to find this deal and only have 3 days left before my current contract runs out.

Any HELP pls..

thanks
#18
No phone retailers seem to let you port onto o2/Vodaphone online. You can sometimes do it over the phone and can in store, but the deals aren't as great there...

I think it's because it requires the sales person to actually ring up o2/Vodafone when they're signing up the contract, which they can't do online.
#19
Thanks for the info MobileHunter but what shall I do now as I want to sign a new contract but with cash back deal as with deal you get a good phone as well as only £3.35 / month after cash back...

Do you know any other good and reliable deals then please let me know as I'm very much short of time and will get my PAC code from T-mobile on 30th of may.

Thanks in advance...
#20
greatwhite
Thanks for the info MobileHunter but what shall I do now as I want to sign a new contract but with cash back deal as with deal you get a good phone as well as only £3.35 / month after cash back...

Do you know any other good and reliable deals then please let me know as I'm very much short of time and will get my PAC code from T-mobile on 30th of may.

Thanks in advance...


Try e2save.com. They sometimes have free rental deals. Go via Quidco for £36.50.

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