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Nokia 6300 12 Months free on a 12-month contract

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9y, 5m agoFound 9 years, 5 months ago
OnestopPhoneShop have the Nokia 6300 back on on their twelve month free on a twelve month contract deal (After cashback)

okia 6300 Specifications:

Network: GSM 900 / GSM 1800 / GSM 1900

Dimensions: 106.4 x 43.6 x 11.7 mm, 56 cc

Weight: 91 g

Display:

Type: TFT, 16M colors

Size: 240 x 320 pixels, 2 inches

Camera: 2 MP, 1600x1200 pixels, video

Memory:

Card slot: microSD (TransFlash)

7.8 MB of user memory

GPRS Class 10 (4+1/3+2 slots), 32 - 48 kbps

HSCSD

EDGE Class 10, 236.8 kbps

Bluetooth, v2.0

USB, Pop-Port

Messaging: SMS, MMS, Email, Instant Messaging

Browser: WAP 2.0/xHTML

Features:

- Java MIDP 2.0
- FM stereo radio
- Push to talk
- MP3/MP4/AAC/AAC+/eAAC+ player
- Voice memo
- Voice command
- T9
- Calendar
- Calculator
- Built-in handsfree

Battery:

Standard battery, Li-Ion 860 mAh (BL-4C)
Stand-by: Up to 348 h
Talk time: Up to 3 h 30 min

Availible on:

o2 300 - 300 Mins 250 Text (£35 p/month)

or o2 400 - 400 Mins 250 Text (£40 p/month)
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#2
Anyone know whether o2 from osps can still call 0845/0870 for free?
#3
http://img263.imageshack.us/img263/2258/b143523fw4.jpg

O2 still has 0870 and 0845 taken from inclusive mins.

Odd cashback claim conditions, how many days do you have from needed bill arriving to sending it off to claim do you have? 30days? 60days?
#4
mcs_frank
Anyone know whether o2 from osps can still call 0845/0870 for free?


Yeap.. Its O2 policy & not OSPS :)

0844 / 0845 / 0870 calls are still included in monthly allowance (not 07744 calls though) :thumbsup:
#5
edi
Yeap.. Its O2 policy & not OSPS :)

0844 / 0845 / 0870 calls are still included in monthly allowance (not 07744 calls though) :thumbsup:


I'd heard a couple of months ago that they are not included, took out a new o2 contract with CPW about a week ago and asked to be sure and he confirmed it. Not included.

Also, what are the t&c's, been seeing some really evil t&c's lately. Like your claim gets lost in the post and we fine you £10 and you lose your whole years cashback!
#6
Benjimoron
I'd heard a couple of months ago that they are not included, took out a new o2 contract with CPW about a week ago and asked to be sure and he confirmed it. Not included.

Also, what are the t&c's, been seeing some really evil t&c's lately. Like your claim gets lost in the post and we fine you £10 and you lose your whole years cashback!


I agree!
#7
Benjimoron
Also, what are the t&c's, been seeing some really evil t&c's lately. Like your claim gets lost in the post and we fine you £10 and you lose your whole years cashback!


Nearly took out a contract with OSPS last week but did a bit of googling and decided against after finding a wave of neg reviews. Seemed too much hassle/risky to me, but then again maybe it's mainly those with complaints who post reviews? Anyway, a sample can be found at this site:
http://www.dooyoo.co.uk/online-shops/onestopphoneshop-co-uk/reviews/
#8
also available with cool new mobile. i have this phone and its very nice the only bad thing about it is the camera and its a finger print magnet.
#9
Handy to know if the 08** numbers may be free on occasion. I have a Nokia 6300 on T Mobile and was charged over 20p for 2 1/2 minutes.

Coincidentally I have a Nokia 6300 on 02 as well (long story) which seems to have developed a fault. I read somewhere the memory card can cause problems but my problem has just started where the phone suddenly does not recognise ther Sim card and has switched itself off. I got this through The Phone Spot, invoiced by e2save, and phone bills via Car Phone Warehouse. Anyway there are a few local repairers who fix it for free according to the Phone Spot.

Have had my other phone, on Orange, with One Stop Phone for around 8 months now, and just sent off my latest bill. They were slow, 2 months late, with the auto cheque, but recorded delivery etc worked so far for me.
#10
I received a Samsung D900 from this deal on tuesday which is like new in a plain white box.

Spoke to a very helpful guy on the phone who suggested sending the cashback forms using recorded delivery. I then mentioned that recorded is only insured upto £32, I will be using special delivery to get the cashbacks, as I see it`s worth a few quid to have a phone free for a year :w00t:
#11
Benjimoron
I'd heard a couple of months ago that they are not included, took out a new o2 contract with CPW about a week ago and asked to be sure and he confirmed it. Not included.

Also, what are the t&c's, been seeing some really evil t&c's lately. Like your claim gets lost in the post and we fine you £10 and you lose your whole years cashback!


I've a O2 contract via E2save (started in Jan 2007) and can confirm that I use the inclusive allowance to make international calls via 0844 / 0845 / 0870 numbers. Havent been charged so far :)
#12
i ordered a D900 on the 31-05-2007, and arrived on the 01-06-2007, any idea when's the cashback claim dates for me please? :-( please help

thanks a lot
#13
I was told the cashbacks were on months 4,6,8,10 and 12.

The guy suggested putting notes in the calendar of the phone to remind me to do the cashback.Seems a good idea to me.

Hope that helps
#14
edi
I've a O2 contract via E2save (started in Jan 2007) and can confirm that I use the inclusive allowance to make international calls via 0844 / 0845 / 0870 numbers. Havent been charged so far :)


Yes, my previous o2 contract that started May 2006 had those free and it was great as you say, call international and company's 0870 numbers for free. HOWEVER, I am pretty sure that I heard about 2 months ago (after your contract started) that they had stopped doing it with new contracts, so when I got my latest one about 2 weeks ago I asked and they confirmed, NO LONGER INCLUDED!
#15
Benjimoron
Yes, my previous o2 contract that started May 2006 had those free and it was great as you say, call international and company's 0870 numbers for free. HOWEVER, I am pretty sure that I heard about 2 months ago (after your contract started) that they had stopped doing it with new contracts, so when I got my latest one about 2 weeks ago I asked and they confirmed, NO LONGER INCLUDED!



O2 will charge calls to 0844, 0870 for all new contracts starting from 27th April. Although if your 12 month contract is about to expire they will offer a upgrade which includes calls to above numbers in inclusive minutes (that is what the guy at O2 customer services told me anyway).
#16
Thanks for the update guys :)

Time to dump O2 if they dont include 0845/0870 numbers in the allowance as you can get better deals for the same price with Orange & Voda. Orange is still allowing 07744 calls as part of the inclusive minutes, again that may change soon.
#17
Applesink
Nearly took out a contract with OSPS last week but did a bit of googling and decided against after finding a wave of neg reviews. Seemed too much hassle/risky to me, but then again maybe it's mainly those with complaints who post reviews? Anyway, a sample can be found at this site:
http://www.dooyoo.co.uk/online-shops/onestopphoneshop-co-uk/reviews/

Jeez! I think it's a case of no smoke without fire. DooYoo normally gets a fairly balanced level of opinion on it so for that many glaring complaints to be written up I think I'll avoid this deal like the plague.

Voted cold, not because of the suggester (thanks for posting in the first place) but purely based on the fact that these people sound like they are best avoided.
#18
Avoid onestopphoneshop like the plague, never never again will I darken their doors. The customer service is the worst I have ever experienced, check out reviews on the web
#19
Benjimoron
I'd heard a couple of months ago that they are not included, took out a new o2 contract with CPW about a week ago and asked to be sure and he confirmed it. Not included.

Also, what are the t&c's, been seeing some really evil t&c's lately. Like your claim gets lost in the post and we fine you £10 and you lose your whole years cashback!


Has anyone seen the t&c's for this deal? I couldn't find them.
#20
octopus
O2 will charge calls to 0844, 0870 for all new contracts starting from 27th April. Although if your 12 month contract is about to expire they will offer a upgrade which includes calls to above numbers in inclusive minutes (that is what the guy at O2 customer services told me anyway).


http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=73432
#21
spoonman2
I received a Samsung D900 from this deal on tuesday which is like new in a plain white box.

Spoke to a very helpful guy on the phone who suggested sending the cashback forms using recorded delivery. I then mentioned that recorded is only insured upto £32, I will be using special delivery to get the cashbacks, as I see it`s worth a few quid to have a phone free for a year :w00t:


Not sure you'll be able to claim money from Royal Mail for losing a cashback form (the form itself isn't worth anything). The point here is to get proof of delivery (i.e. signed-for by recipient), which recorded does in the same way as Special Delivery. You can also track recorded delivery online with RM.
#22


So if you're on a current contract or you extend your contract they are about to tell you that you can't use these numbers out of your inclusive minutes anymore?
#23
Applesink
Not sure you'll be able to claim money from Royal Mail for losing a cashback form (the form itself isn't worth anything). The point here is to get proof of delivery (i.e. signed-for by recipient), which recorded does in the same way as Special Delivery. You can also track recorded delivery online with RM.


You're right, it's debatable whether RM would pay out for the lost claim as like you say it has no value itself and they would need convincing that you had lost your claim because of it.

BUT, a special delivery is far less likely to go missing in the post than a recorded delivery.

Recorded delivery will give you proof of delivery assuming it is delivered, whereas special lets you track it along the way, not that it makes much difference to this scenario, just wanted to add it for the extra info.
#24
Benjimoron
So if you're on a current contract or you extend your contract they are about to tell you that you can't use these numbers out of your inclusive minutes anymore?


Correct
#25
i work for cpw - parent of osps

0870/0845 are still free

cpw is a seperate branch of o2
#26
yaacov81
i work for cpw - parent of osps

0870/0845 are still free

cpw is a seperate branch of o2



Interesting info, I believe they are still free but not for much longer and not on new contracts, is that right or can you show us something in writing to the contary?
#27
yaacov81
i work for cpw - parent of osps

0870/0845 are still free

cpw is a seperate branch of o2

New O2 CPW contracts do not get 08XX free as the CPW website proves.

Current contracts will be getting letters, via CPW about the changes, this was from O2 CS direct and is on several mobile forums right now, I expect CPW to be sending letters out by July at the latest.
#28
Benjimoron
You're right, it's debatable whether RM would pay out for the lost claim as like you say it has no value itself and they would need convincing that you had lost your claim because of it.

BUT, a special delivery is far less likely to go missing in the post than a recorded delivery.

Recorded delivery will give you proof of delivery assuming it is delivered, whereas special lets you track it along the way, not that it makes much difference to this scenario, just wanted to add it for the extra info.


I've read something about consequential loss insurance from the Royal Mail somewhere. Just checked out the Royal Mail website and it states:-

Consequential loss

We can only offer Consequential Loss for items sent using one of our Special Delivery services. Consequential Loss is for financial loss that is separate from an item’s actual market value, incurred as a consequence of delay, loss of, or damage to the item.

Anyone know if there's an additional cost for this and would this cover a cashback claim going missing?

Thanks
Tracey
#29
Is this offer finished, I cant find it on the site.

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