Nokia 6300 black 12 month contract 12 month free + £50 quidco @ Phones4U - HotUKDeals
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Have been looking for a cheap phone for the past couple of days, my friend has this phone and it's a nice little compact phone,

It's available on four vodafone tariffs from what I can see

A text tariff or a call tariff for £25 or £30 per month
£25
100 mins - 50 texts
50 mins - 150 texts

£30
250 mins - 100 texts
150 mins - 500 texts
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#1
SUPERB!!!

Haven't seen these for a few months now.

Well done.
#2
£300 by redemption! What if you don't get it? Then, you will be paying 100 mins, 50 texts for 25 POUNDS. Need really think about it.
#3
Agree, but a lot of people on here say that it's easy to redeem your money back from this company + I did post a auto cashback deal which would only cost £50 for the entire contract and some people said that a redemption offer was better, so I suppose it's up to you the individual what you think is the best deal for you ?

Emx
#4
You beat ducky to it :thumbsup:
#5
Good find.
Heat and Rep added.

Unlikely that a business with so many stores would disappear overnight (unless they melt down in this credit crunch).
#6
I have been looking for this for a while, have gotten similar cashback deals from both phones4u and mobiles2yourdoor and have never had problems, just remember to send the form :).

Heat added.
#7
Looks like you may have some choice on models too. The U600i is on a similar deal and one version is here;

http://www.phones4u.co.uk/shop/shop_contract_details.asp?ItemKey=186821&MPItemKey=243583&NetKey=2
#8
Great deal after one of these myself but not with vodaphone as I cant port my number, had this no over 5 years dont want the inconveniance of changing it. Best I've found is 12 month contract 9months free on orange from M2YD looking like I'll have to settle for that.
#9
mistermoneysaver
You beat ducky to it :thumbsup:


ducky ?
#10
Great find - Heat added.

BTW How do you find these bargins? - I went to the site and searched for cashback but it did not come up. Also selecting free gift/auto cashback does not show these deals.
#11
B_T
Great find - Heat added.

BTW How do you find these bargins? - I went to the site and searched for cashback but it did not come up. Also selecting free gift/auto cashback does not show these deals.


Hiya, I actually saw it advertised on another site called mobiles4everyone it was on the main front page,

Emx
#12
I prefer to keep distance from cashback deals. Have burnt my fingers (or I should say hand) once.
#13
Emma-g1989
ducky ?


You've not heard of ducky? He's the mod here who knows everything there is to know about mobile phone deals, he usually posts them before anyone else. There isn't anything he doesn't know about mobile phone deals.

I taught him everything he knows.
#14
Emma-g1989
ducky ?


Yeah, duckmagic is the resident phone expert here :-D
#15
HOT HOT HOT.

Absolute piece of cake to redeem money - all my cheques arrived within two weeks of me sending them off.

Although they are unlikely to go under, in this climate you never know! Just make sure you can afford to pay the money if anything does, for any reason, go wrong.
#16
Just set up reminders on when to send in your form and you'll be a'ok.

Also remember to cancel the insurance that automatically comes with Phones4U contracts (gets set up as a direct debit), else they'll charge you around £6.99/month after the first three months, which are free.

Went for this one with the silver 6300 last year.
#17
Cheap_n_Nicety;4146228


Although they are unlikely to go under..............


I'd like to be able to share your confidence, but why do you say that?
#18
This is also a hot deal IMO http://www.phones4u.co.uk/shop/shop_contract_details.asp?ItemKey=228151&MPItemKey=231083 But I do appreciate this is quite a big tariff, but u have to pay £146 for the phone to get a £35 a month deal from vodafone direct.
#19
If it works, great deal. And an ace phone. The only phone I've had for two years with the only damage being cosmetic. (and only in small amounts).
#20
FINDTARUN
Good find.
Heat and Rep added.

Unlikely that a business with so many stores would disappear overnight (unless they melt down in this credit crunch).


I cannot believe you wrote that. Don't you follow what's happening in the World ? Your " unless " is the whole point.
#21
can you cancel the mobile phone insurance at anytime without any pentalty?
#22
FINDTARUN
Good find.
Heat and Rep added.

Unlikely that a business with so many stores would disappear overnight (unless they melt down in this credit crunch).


Really ? Have you been eating the great shoots of sucess or are the 1.92 million unemployed from small companies ?:thinking:
#23
Cheap_n_Nicety
HOT HOT HOT.

Although they are unlikely to go under, in this climate you never know! Just make sure you can afford to pay the money if anything does, for any reason, go wrong.


Aaaah you're putting bad thoughts in my head now! I'd jump on this if it was e2save or osps but now i'm having second thoughts - how big are Phones4U in comparison to say CPW?
#24
CobaltBlue
Aaaah you're putting bad thoughts in my head now! I'd jump on this if it was e2save or osps but now i'm having second thoughts - how big are Phones4U in comparison to say CPW?


To be honest I reckon it would be just as big a shock if either P4U or CPW went under. I just signed up to my 2nd Cashback P4U contract just under a month ago.
#25
CobaltBlue
Aaaah you're putting bad thoughts in my head now! I'd jump on this if it was e2save or osps but now i'm having second thoughts - how big are Phones4U in comparison to say CPW?


Lets be honest here and NOBODY has the answer but the world is in deep poo, I would look to invest in a now deal not something that you have to wait 12 month to get your money back, let me back this comment up with a comment from Car Phone Warehouse owner "Charles Dunstone "

Carphone Warehouse must slash costs to survive the "truly horrible" economic slump, boss Charlie Dunstone has warned.

In an extraordinary memo to staff - which raises fears of job losses - he says the next 12 to 18 months is about "Staying Alive".

and one from Phones 4 u Restructure sees more P4U job cuts

Regions reduced from five to three as area manager numbers drop. Audits cut to one per year as compliance and audit staff are axed

Im sure that Vodafone will not look to offer you the same deal if any of the above go down the pan especially if you look at the FTSE for them

Phones 4U has axed more jobs as part of an going restructure of its business, reducing its number of regional divisions from five to three and cutting its compliance and audit functions by as much as half.

A Phones 4U spokeswoman said: “In order to ensure we are structured efficiently and to support the delivery of our strategy moving forwards, we have carried out an in-depth review of our divisional structure.
#26
had one of these for ages, love it, dead simple and good consumer reviews;

http://comparemobiles.com/reviews/nokia/nokia-6300/
http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/mobiles/0,39030107,49288842,00.htm
http://www.gsmarena.com/nokia_6300-review-135.php

for a simple standard mobile, without all the bells and whistles this is a great phone.

well known company and would think any cashback claims should be ok if claimed correctly. a lot more expensive elsewhere.

good coverage with vodaphone too, gonna recommend this to my sister.

heat and repped!:)
#27
Newbold
I'd like to be able to share your confidence, but why do you say that?


What I meant to say was, compared to the fly by night website only companies that offer similar cashback deals I think they are unlikely to go under. To be honest though I'd be very surprised if P4U did go under. They have a, on the whole, respected brand and don't really have any rivals who offer a massively better deal or price and can't really be undercut online as they offer the best deals. Compare this to Woolworths, Adams, Zavvi etc then the differences are marked. Add to this that for most people now a mobile is an essential item then a can see them at worst struggling through.

Also as they make claiming cashback so ridiculously easy and send the money without you having to chase it up I think they must have a different business model with these sorts of deals than the companies that only expect x% of people to claim successfully. Compared to P4U claiming from OSPS or E2S is like rocket science.

As mentioned earlier though, nobody can say for certain what might happen.

Last point is, taking aside the cashback element, are there any standard tariffs that offer much more mins/texts for less? I'm not sure that there are, so if you're not really bothered about a bells and whistle phone then what have you to lose? You can sign up for a 'standard' contract and get nothing back or sign up for a cashback deal and end up getting paid £50 to have a new phone and 12 months of mins/texts. And should it go belly up then you're no worse off than on the 'standard' contract.
#28
IF ONLY IT WASN'T VODAPHONE AS P4U DON'T LET YOU PORT YOUR NUMBER TO VODAPHONE, OTHERWISE I WOULD HAVE JUMPED ON IT! (sorry about the caps!)
#29
just ordered one, everytime i was late in ordering this time right on time :w00t:
#30
sorry for my ignorance, ive been in the uk for a few months only, I thought all these deals from phones4u were scams. So they actually give you a ps3, wii, etc in those deals listed??? Has any of you received it? Thanks
banned#31
thyre not scams, no.

Just ordered- hot! Thanks op!!
banned#32
thyre not scams, no.

Just ordered- hot! Thanks op!!
1 Like #33
I would go for 6 or 8 of them if this was a year ago...

In this climate, I'll simply let it go. Sorry, not denying this is a good deal. Just try to protect myself. Have been worried about my existing 4 contracts, which are with P4U and DAP. I believe that they are strugling and that is exactly why this deal is there. They hope this kind of deals can attract enough money to keep their business running and by the time they pay you back, they have made through the worst period. If they could not attract enough money (no enough people jump on to it) or the crisis is longer than they have planed...well, P4U is not the only one to be blamed.
#34
what about grabbing one of the deals with freebies?
#35
owner11;4147018
what about grabbing one of the deals with freebies?

Hi mate,
I have been dealing with these companies for about four years and more than 10 contracts. There is no such a thing called freebie in this industry. Everything you get, you gonna pay for it. Sometimes you pay less than what it worths, then you are laughing, but for sure nothing free.

However, this deal is not a scam at all. If you add a free PS3 or Wii on the top, then that's a scam.
#36
Ibrahim5
yea these deals can be found on sites like : [url]www.mobilecontracts.net[/url]


How reliable is this site any one had any bad experiences with them?
#37
Let's put it in this way.
If you happen to need a new phone and a new mobile contract, then go for it and ensure you can afford the monthly payment if anything should have gone wrong. Otherwise, keep the money in your pocket. Cash is absolutely king these days.
#38
COLD. dont get me wrong its not a bad deal but it certainly isnt a good one!

the phone can be bought PAYG for £70 (+£10 credit). for £25 per month your getting a useless amount of mins n txts! it's rubbish!

If you want a really good deal on a tidy phone then check this out..
http://threestore.three.co.uk/dealsummary.aspx?offercode=18M100D011
#39
Heat added. HO HOT HOT
#40
Ask yourself....

Are Phones4you (or CPW even) bigger than Woolworths, Zavvi, and all the banks?

Are mobile phone sellers considered reliable even at the best of times for paying what they owe?

Do mobile phone networks give a toss when suppliers fail to honour cashbacks?

If you are hit will bills you should not have been paying and cannot afford them if your job goes, whose credit rating dies for their not paying you?

Is there a credit crunch on?

Do they expect it to worsen?

Could you keep paying the contract without the cashback if you lost your job?

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