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E2SAVE (one of the more reliable cashback dealers, part of CPW) are doing a new Nokia 6300 on O2 which gives 800 cross network anytime minutes and 500 texts. 12 month contract paying £45 a month with redemptions at months 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12 totalling £495 cashback, meaning you pay £45 over the contract or £3.75 a month.
Its possible to get quidco as well, £36.50 for completed contract so you could get this deal for £8.50 or 71p a month.

My bad! Its a clearance, not a 'new' phone.
- mikewot
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#1
r these reliable on the cash back?

im looking for a cash back deal for my mum at the mow?
#2
cheekywelshguy
r these reliable on the cash back?

Ducky maintains a thread all about cashback retailers where other users of HUKD post their views on reliability. E2save is one of the best but don't take my word for it, read others comments.
#3
i am on Orange.

am i allowed to port my number over to O2 if i take this deal?

experience with e2save so far is that they are reliable. but i will complain if they dont post me my last cashback claim, which has just been sent to them - wish me luck please!
#4
duckling
i am on Orange.

am i allowed to port my number over to O2 if i take this deal?

Yes, its only very difficult to port your number from one ntwork to the same network. Doing it from one network to another all you need to do is phone your current network and cancel your contract, asking for the PAC number.

Good luck with getting your last cheque but assuming you followed the T&C's you shouldn't need any luck with this CPW subsidiary :thumbsup:
#5
thanks a lot mikewot.

but please enlighten me with the porting issue in more details please.

do i not need to inform orange that i would like to cancel my existing contract with them but just ring them and ask for the PAC number?

or

do i have to contact orange and give them a notice (30 days or however long it should be according to orang's t&c) first.

after 30 days, ring orange and ask for my PAC number.

then, order 6300 at e2save?

thanks again.
#6
duckling
do i not need to inform orange that i would like to cancel my existing contract with them but just ring them and ask for the PAC number?
or
do i have to contact orange and give them a notice (30 days or however long it should be according to orang's t&c) first.
after 30 days, ring orange and ask for my PAC number.
then, order 6300 at e2save?

Orange do (bizarrely IMHO cause if you're contract is up why should you have to give 30 days notice? But you do its in the the T&C's) require 30 days notice and they should (I believe) supply a PAC when you give that notice. The PAC lasts for 30 days. So you have the choice of informing Orange and getting the PAC, then buying the phone about 25 days into the notice period, which should mean that your existing number will port across coincident with the end of your notice period.
However I doubt that this deal will still be in existance if you wait that long. So personally I'd get my PAC, buy the phone and take the hit of an extra months bill with Orange, given that you're effectively getting 11 months free on a 12 month contract with E2SAVE.

As Jim Bowen would say "Its up to you!"
#7
where does it say "clearance phone" ??
#8
Not a clearence phone, brand new one, just got it today.
A nice tiny phone, highly recommended to girls or anyone doesn't want a big smartphone
#9
thanks a lot mikewot!
#10
mcs_frank
Not a clearence phone, brand new one, just got it today.

When I first read the email and went to the deal I thought it was new, on re reading the deal I got the impression it was a clearance cause the banner was price match, so I amended my initial post.
If its new then thats even better :-D Although the only difference is that clearance might not come in the original Nokia box with all the bits but does have a charger and manual.
#11
nice find m8
#12
Don't forget this is a price match deal. Cash back T&Cs are much stricter than normal CPW/E2save terms. Main points to remember are:
1) You have to send the original bill. No copies/on-line bills.
2) If you miss one claim, you can't claim the rest. You only have 30 days to send the bills.
3) Invalid/incomplete claim will cost you £10.
4) If you disconnect within 180 days, they will charge you at least £200 + VAT.
5) If you change your tariff within 180 days, they will charge you at least £100 + VAT.
6) If you cancel your direct debit, they will charge you £50 + VAT.

Full T&Cs here.
#13
are "price match" phones at e2save clearance or new phones?
#14
Should be new, unless it says "clearance".
#15
I went for this same deal ages ago and a few days later it went from 11 months free to 12. Don't suppose any knows if it's likely to change any time soon? I've got about 21 days left to use my PAK code.

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