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Nokia 6300 (Clearance) 10 months free on a 12 months contract £70.00

£70.00 @ e2save
Nokia 6300 on O2. 400 mins + 500 texts per month. Free for 10 months. Effective cost £5.83 per month. Go via Quidco for £36.50 cash back. This brings down effective cost to £2.79 per month. Read More
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9y, 5m agoFound 9 years, 5 months ago
Nokia 6300 on O2. 400 mins + 500 texts per month.
Free for 10 months.
Effective cost £5.83 per month.
Go via Quidco for £36.50 cash back. This brings down effective cost to £2.79 per month.
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#1
Not as good as this one:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deal/123984/sony-ericsson-w300i-11-months-free-/

But the handset is better.
#2
if i hadn't just started a different contract, i would have definately gone for this, thanks for posting
#3
Great price Have never done a redemption deal is it complicated?
#4
howardevansgb
Great price Have never done a redemption deal is it complicated?



Nope, dead simple. You just send them the 1st page of your bill at specific times and they credit your account with the money back.
#5
How good are they with cash backs? with themobileoutlet still waiting for cash back from last year over £300
#6
fergusonm
How good are they with cash backs? with themobileoutlet still waiting for cash back from last year over £300

I've been using E2save for about 3-4 years. Never had any problems with cashback. Since they are owned by Carphone Warehouse, they are likely to be around for a few years.
#7
I have had problems with cashback,
we moved house, and they wouldn't accept the cashback voucher because of the change of address?...AVOID E2SAVE.
#8
stapsell
I have had problems with cashback,
we moved house, and they wouldn't accept the cashback voucher because of the change of address?...AVOID E2SAVE.

Was that for a 'pricematch' deal?. They have very strict (and doggy) terms. This is a normal deal.

Edit:
found this on E2save website (under FAQ):

I have changed address
Question
I have a new address. Can you change your records?

Answer
If you have moved and want to update your records please send proof of your address such as a bank statment or utility bill to our Customer Support team.
You can send this via fax to 01270 504445 or use our online help to send a scanned copy of your proof. You can attach the file from your desk top by using the Browse button on the Email Us tab.
Please ensure that you include either your customer number or the mobile number relating to your account so that your details can be easily identified.

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