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Nokia 6300 on T-Mobile. 12 months free on a 12 months contract.
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#1
The FLEXT package for £35 at T Mobile gives a lot - up to 600 minutes.

As ever cancel the itemised bills at £1.50 a month.

Shame CarPhone don't offer as well since they give £60 at Quidco but voted hot.
#2
Reasonable deal, remember the strict t&c's, as long as you're happy with them then this is a good replacement for the recently expired 6300's.
#3
Yes, it would have been nice to get this deal via CPW since their cashback T&Cs are much less strict compared to E2save (pricematch) or Phones4U.
#4
Deltongo
The FLEXT package for £35 at T Mobile gives a lot - up to 600 minutes.

As ever cancel the itemised bills at £1.50 a month.

Shame CarPhone don't offer as well since they give £60 at Quidco but voted hot.


When did Carphone Warehouse increase their quidco offering to £60? That's amazing! Gotta check out the deals now!
#5
Benjimoron
When did Carphone Warehouse increase their quidco offering to £60? That's amazing! Gotta check out the deals now!

Checked their deals this morning. I think the best was 7 months free.
#6
Since this is a price match does that mean if you fail to make any claim correctly you cannot make subsequent claims ?
#7
lkl265
Checked their deals this morning. I think the best was 7 months free.



http://shop.carphonewarehouse.com/pay-monthly/motorola/motoslvr-l7-red-clearance/o2/

That one's reasonable if you want an o2 contract. Term cost of £72 but with £60 from quidco and £15 from CPW you end up £3 in profit with a free phone (although obviously not as good as a 6300) and a free contract for the year on the easiest t&c's you'll ever find!!!

Phone's worth about £50 I think so could sell if not wanted.

Can also trade in old phone with charger and manual for £20, I'm sure we've all got a phone that works but is basically worthless that we could trade in for £20.
#8
aty
Since this is a price match does that mean if you fail to make any claim correctly you cannot make subsequent claims ?




Here are the t&c's. Read them carefully and be sure you want to agree to them all before taking out a contract.

Also it says to send recorded, recorded won't help you out if your claim gets lost in the post. If it does get lost in the post you basically lose ALL your cashback! Send special delivery with consequential loss insurance, cost about £5 each time but if it gets lost, which it shouldn't as it's special delivery then you can claim the whole amount from Royal Mail instead!


12 Months FREE on Flext 35 £120.00 Allowance (12mths)
Send your claim within 30 days of the date stated on the relevant airtime bill, to us and we will credit you by cheque with £84.00 each time.

This will save you £420.00 over the 12 month duration of the contract. In effect this means that your average line rental per month over the contract period is £0.00 per month.

The Terms and Conditions of the price match deals vary from our normal Terms and Conditions. Please discard the Cheque Back Leaflet in your welcome pack as the Terms and Conditions differ for this offer. A summary of the price match deal terms and conditions are detailed below.


Download the special terms cashback vouchers here:

http://www.e2save.com/files/cashback/special_terms_voucher.pdf


£201 to £600 claims


Cash backs are claimed in five equal instalments.

Instalment 1: - Send us the claim form and original monthly bill showing your name, address, mobile number and tariff you are connected on, that arrives showing you have been connected for 4 months. i.e. if you were purchased on the 1st of January, you need to send in the bill that is dated around the 1st of May. This is 120 days (4 months) after connection. See porting below

Instalment 2: - Send us the claim form and original monthly bill showing your name, address, mobile number and tariff you are connected on, dated 180 days (6 months) after purchase.

Instalment 3: - Send us the claim form and original monthly bill showing your name, address, mobile number and tariff you are connected on, dated 240 days (8 months) after purchase.

Instalment 4: - Send us the claim form and original monthly bill showing your name, address, mobile number and tariff you are connected on, dated 300 days (10 months) after purchase.

Instalment 5: - Send us the claim form and original monthly bill showing your name, address, mobile number and tariff you are connected on, dated 360 days (12 months) after purchase.


Porting (keeping your old number)

When making the first instalment claim at 120 days, with a PORTED number, we need in addition to the standard requirements above, a copy of the first bill showing the original number we supplied to you.


Receipt Notification

We will email you when your redemption paperwork is loaded onto our system and when it is processed for payment. It takes upto 14 working days from receipt to load and 28 working days from receipt to process. Hotmail and AOL have a tendency to regard this kind of email as spam, so please add [email protected] to your authorised user list.


Returning Originals

Sorry but we are not able to return originals. So please take a copy for your records.


Disconnection

If you disconnect for any reason within 180 days of the initial bill, e2save.com will invoice you the minimum sum of £200 plus VAT per handset. The actual charge invoiced, will be calculated on the basis of the tariff selected at the time of disconnection. Confirmed disconnections through e2save.com customer care department, arising during the initial 7-day money back guarantee period are the only exceptions to the above clause. All cash back claims become null and void if you are disconnected within the contract period.


Tariff Change

If you change the tariff you selected on your Price Promise Deal within 180 days of your initial bill, we will invoice you with the minimum sum of £100 plus VAT per handset. All cash back claims become null and void if your tariff is changed within the contract period.


Direct Debit

Your contract includes a mandatory direct debit arrangement, where your monthly line rental and charges will be taken from your bank. If this is cancelled, we will invoice you £50 plus VAT. Should you have supplied us with your credit or debit card details you hereby expressly authorise us to deduct the above amounts from your card account in the event of the above tariff change, disconnection or cancellation conditions occurring. We will advise you in writing of any charges, should they occur.


Please be aware

Our offers are some of the best in the industry and rely on administration to be kept to a bare minimum; therefore it is your responsibility to follow the following redemption requirements: All of the information required to claim is supplied to you during the sale process. It is your responsibility to:

a) Record the order reference number that we give you at point of purchase.

b) Record the overall cash back amount that you have as a part of your purchase.

c) Record the dates above at which you are eligible to claim.

d) To print off the claim form we send you by email at the point of purchase.

e) Return the correctly completed form within the prescribed time.

All claim information is supplied to you at the point of purchase. However to assist, we do hold your data on our system, for ten working days after your connection. If you need assistance please contact the e2save.com Customer Services Dept on: 0845 655 5522 where a valid claim has not been received by us within one calendar month of the required bill, which is the closing date for your claim. You will not be entitled to any part of the Cash Back offered. Cash back files are closed and cannot be reopened in these cases.


Administration charges

Due to the number of early claims, duplicate claims, incomplete claims and multiple claims, we will charge you £10 for each case encountered.


Multiple Claims

We do not accept more than one claim per envelope. We are looking for one correct claim per envelope and we shred all further paperwork. You risk losing your claim altogether if you adopt this practice and the excess paperwork is shredded.


Cheque Payments

We try to settle valid claims by cheque within 28 working days of receipt, directly to your home address using the account details supplied with your original order. If a cheque we send to you is lost in the post, we will check with our bank that it hasn't been cashed and we will replace this cheque after it has been missing for 30 days.


Change of Address

We don't have a problem with you changing your address. Please email:

[email protected]


Change of Name

You are not allowed to change the name of the user after connection.


Recorded Delivery

We recommend you send all claim paperwork by recorded delivery, as proof of sending is not proof of delivery. Where an item goes missing in the post and you haven't got our valid recorded delivery signature, then the item will be regarded unclaimed.
#9
Benjimoron
Reasonable deal, remember the strict t&c's, as long as you're happy with them then this is a good replacement for the recently expired 6300's.


dam i wanted the orange network deal as t mobile reception for me is poor
#10
thats surprising, have no problem with t-mobile, but O2 & Orange both are not as good as t-mobile here in certian places
#11
[COLOR="Red"]THIS ACTUALLY MEANS.......
IF YOU MISS ONE CASHBACK YOU FORFIET ALL OF THEM
MY ADVICE>>>>>>>> DONT BOTHER[/COLOR]
#12
I'd rather pluck my eyelashes out than use e2save.

Had a nighmare with them trying to get out of cashback. Only when I told them that they had signed for it recorded did they pay. I can see why people recommending special delivery as they try everything to get out of paying cashback. They obviously have a get out of cashback team with targets to meet.
#13
peterdarlison
[COLOR=Red]THIS ACTUALLY MEANS.......
IF YOU MISS ONE CASHBACK YOU FORFIET ALL OF THEM
MY ADVICE>>>>>>>> DONT BOTHER[/COLOR]


Narrowminded ignorant view.

Lots of cashback deals have similar conditions now, obviously to trip you up and make them money, but those who plan properly won't miss one and it's those with this condition that have the best deals.
banned#14
Benjimoron
http://shop.carphonewarehouse.com/pay-monthly/motorola/motoslvr-l7-red-clearance/o2/

That one's reasonable if you want an o2 contract. Term cost of £72 but with £60 from quidco and £15 from CPW you end up £3 in profit with a free phone (although obviously not as good as a 6300) and a free contract for the year on the easiest t&c's you'll ever find!!!

Phone's worth about £50 I think so could sell if not wanted.

Can also trade in old phone with charger and manual for £20, I'm sure we've all got a phone that works but is basically worthless that we could trade in for £20.


Great Deal. Think i might do this. Thanks! Im sending back my 6300 from phones4u after their T&Cs fiasco
#15
peterdarlison
[COLOR=red]THIS ACTUALLY MEANS.......
IF YOU MISS ONE CASHBACK YOU FORFIET ALL OF THEM
MY ADVICE>>>>>>>> DONT BOTHER[/COLOR]


i really dont get why people are so annoyed with stringent cashback t&c's. if you were missing your timeframe for cashback on the old t&c's then quite clearly cashback is not for you and you should go for autocashback, free gift, or cheap contract cost deals...:?
#16
peterdarlison
[COLOR="Red"]THIS ACTUALLY MEANS.......
IF YOU MISS ONE CASHBACK YOU FORFIET ALL OF THEM
MY ADVICE>>>>>>>> DONT BOTHER[/COLOR]



Thanks, we all knew that anyway. That is what you get with these deals and it is quite clear from the t&c's I have posted that this is the case.

My advice, don't keep writing in red text to make yourself look more important than me because you're not!
#17
widdly
Great Deal. Think i might do this. Thanks! Im sending back my 6300 from phones4u after their T&Cs fiasco


That's ok, it's not as good a deal as the phones4u but I think the t&c's are pretty good at CPW. Most of the deal relies on the £60 quidco so hope that comes through for you.
#18
widdly
Great Deal. Think i might do this. Thanks! Im sending back my 6300 from phones4u after their T&Cs fiasco


I think E2save T&Cs are slightly better than Phones4U. Also, if something goes wrong the total loss will be £300, compared to £480 with Phones4U.
#19
always one who thinks they can beat the system
read above
best of luck
dont say we all didnt tell ya oh mighty planner
#20
Benjimoron
Thanks, we all knew that anyway. That is what you get with these deals and it is quite clear from the t&c's I have posted that this is the case.

My advice, don't keep writing in red text to make yourself look more important than me because you're not!



Imnot more important than anyone
Just pointing out the pitfalls hopefully more eyecatching
E2save is a very touchy subject with me and very personal
#21
peterdarlison
Imnot more important than anyone
Just pointing out the pitfalls hopefully more eyecatching
E2save is a very touchy subject with me and very personal



Everyone knows the pitfalls, I have posted the t&c's here for all to see. It is then up to everyone to make up their own mind whether that deal is for them or not. Your posts don't make much sence, if you could write them in properly constructed sentences it might help matters.

Also, you say that E2save is a very personal matter for you, please keep it that way!!
#22
http://www.e2save.com/images/cache/48ed7af4d0867086eb3e27081c0b455d.png
#23
Just got my order cancelled, said I've had too many handsets. This is my first order with e2save! Do you think they add the total together as I currently have 2 with CPW and they're part of the same company. If it is I wish they'd have made it clearer, wouldn't have wasted my time placing an order!
#24
Benjimoron
Just got my order cancelled, said I've had too many handsets. This is my first order with e2save! Do you think they add the total together as I currently have 2 with CPW and they're part of the same company. If it is I wish they'd have made it clearer, wouldn't have wasted my time placing an order!


That must be the reason. All orders/paperwork/cashback from E2save come from a CPW. I guess they must have a central ordering system as well.
#25
lkl265
That must be the reason. All orders/paperwork/cashback from E2save come from a CPW. I guess they must have a central ordering system as well.


Just got them to phone me and they confirmed that too! They said I can get another contract in October so let's hope the deal is still around then!!!
#26
Benjimoron
Just got them to phone me and they confirmed that too! They said I can get another contract in October so let's hope the deal is still around then!!!

I sometimes get phones under my wife's name. That gets around this problem.
#27
lkl265
I sometimes get phones under my wife's name. That gets around this problem.


Same here! Looks like hers went through ok, might have to try for another! What do you think the chance are?
#28
Benjimoron
Same here! Looks like hers went through ok, might have to try for another! What do you think the chance are?


Worth a try. I guess if you weren't buying a cashback deal, they would have pushed it through to get their comission.
#30


Same problem, same company! Less quidco tho!
#31
Just wish CPW would bring out these jucy deals directly, rather than through the likes of E2save and OSPS.
#32
Has Anyone Bought This Yet?????
I Dont Think It Is Too Bad
Everyone Still Using Phonebox, Coolnewmobile, Etc Etc Etc Atleast E2save Are A Reputable Company And You Cn Make A Fus- Think About The Publicity If They Mess Up
#33
I would have gone for the offer had it been a normal deal (i.e. not pricematch). I don't like pricematch cashback T&Cs.
#34
but all you do is make the chart when you get the bill mark it off, at the right time send the correct billwith consequential loss cover and nothing sdhould go wrong

ONLY problem maybe if th bill gets delayed from network, or lost before it gets to you do they accept a duplkicate original bill?????
#35
That's the problem. If the original bill is lost, you won't get the cash. Plus all future claims are void. I don't know how easy it is to get a duplicate from the network. If that bill is marked 'duplicate' then E2save might argue that's not the original bill.
#36
excellent point but where is the best place for 12 months free or so with good minutes
#37
I don't think there are any deals at the moment which gives you free 12 months plus 'easy' cashback T&Cs from a reputable dealer.
#38
has anyone emailed phoned them to see whther or no they accet duplicate incase things go wrong from network??

seems that alot of people trust phonebox, coolnew mobile and the other smaller crafty ones more than e2save,,,,find that hard to believe:?
#39
Does anyone know if T-mobile put 2 contracts on the same bill, I have gone for 2 of these but I'm not sure if it's possible to claim cashback if the bills come together? On my o2 and "3" contracts they are seperate so claiming is easy but I've heard that Vodafone put them on the same bill, not sure about T-mobile?
#40
mushyg99
has anyone emailed phoned them to see whther or no they accet duplicate incase things go wrong from network??

seems that alot of people trust phonebox, coolnew mobile and the other smaller crafty ones more than e2save,,,,find that hard to believe:?


It's in the t&c's that they don't isn't it. I've got e-mails from e2save saying that they honour the cashback if the claim gets lost in the post but at the bottom of the e-mail it says that it's just the operator's opinion and therefore can't be used in court. Whatever they say to you over the phone won't make any difference, there's no proof. Nothing in writing.

Let's just hope the bills come through and come through seperately!

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