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Nokia 6300 free - 12 months free / 12 month contract - O2 - 800 mins 500 text - £36-50 Quidco

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Nokia 6300 on O2. 12 months free on a 12 month contract. 800 mins talk and 500 text per month. Go via Quidco for £36.50. This is hidden away within e2save. Direct link will not earn Quidco cashback…
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9y, 8m agoFound 9 years, 8 months ago
Nokia 6300 on O2. 12 months free on a 12 month contract.
800 mins talk and 500 text per month.
Go via Quidco for £36.50.
This is hidden away within e2save. Direct link will not earn Quidco cashback so to locate, do as follows:

Enter e2save via Quidco
Select Deal Creator
Change Monthly cost box to '1' and click GO
Select 6300 Clearance
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#1
this cannot be purchased via website, i have already listed this 10 minutes ago
#2
sorry they have just changed it you are right !!!!!:)
#3
kbeattie have you ordered this yet???

Seems to be the best reliable offer available
i have spoken to them too, offer is amazing, although clearence
#4
Wrong.

I have just ordered it via this method; online and via Quidco.
1 Like #5
have you got an email confirmation yet??
i said you were right, at first it was phone only, hands up i am wrong.

Let me know how it goes. there were only two worries for me...
1. if the original bill gets lost from network. They said they WILL ACCEPT DUPLICATE bill
2. regarding the postage how much is Royal Mail for Consequential Loss for this
cheers
#6
you'd have a hard time claiming consequential loss! Generally you need to prove to e2save that you sent it within the time frame and that it was received by them. Though most the time you wont be able to get proof of signature because of the volume of cashbacks they get.
#7
Sorry mushyg99

My 'wrong' message must have published seconds after your apology, thus I did not see it.

I have just been declined the offer because I already have three handsets from e2save but they told me to reapply in 3 months time. Can anyone find anywhere in e2save T & C where it says you can't have more than 3 handsets?

My Quidco earnings account showed an instant Tracking amount.
#8
why dont u do it on a family members name etc
sometimes e2save gt very jealous when someone has so many good offers, especially 12 months free
#9
Why has someone voted this cold? At least specify why you are going to mark it cold. Maybe the site should force a reason when making an item cold.
#10
Because people are lemmings mate.
I voted it hot..its a good deal.
Various tariffs to suit all.. £35- £45
#11
which did you go for smashed??
#12
mushyg99
have you got an email confirmation yet??
i said you were right, at first it was phone only, hands up i am wrong.

Let me know how it goes. there were only two worries for me...
1. if the original bill gets lost from network. They said they WILL ACCEPT DUPLICATE bill
2. regarding the postage how much is Royal Mail for Consequential Loss for this
cheers



1. Doesn't matter what they said to you on the phone, have you recorded the call? No way to prove it I'm afraid and it's not what it says in writing!

2. Consequential loss will set you back about £5.50 compared to about £4.20 for standard special delivery. Well worth it IMO!
#13
jakaraka
you'd have a hard time claiming consequential loss! Generally you need to prove to e2save that you sent it within the time frame and that it was received by them. Though most the time you wont be able to get proof of signature because of the volume of cashbacks they get.



Consequential loss is provided by Royal Mail should they lose your claim form. Prices in post above. If your claim gets lost (very unlikely but still) then royal mail would pay out your claim as it'd be easy to prove that you'd lost your money you were claiming as your claim never arrived.
#14
kbeattie
Sorry mushyg99

My 'wrong' message must have published seconds after your apology, thus I did not see it.

I have just been declined the offer because I already have three handsets from e2save but they told me to reapply in 3 months time. Can anyone find anywhere in e2save T & C where it says you can't have more than 3 handsets?

My Quidco earnings account showed an instant Tracking amount.


There doesn't need to be anything in writing, it's well known that there is a limit to how many handsets you can have across the CPW group although I thought it was 2.
#15
I havent picked yet. Still not sure whether to go for this or the phones4u deal, as that would give me cashback at 3,6,9,12 and would therefore be easier and less cash up front.
Decisions..
#16
It is a bit tricky to get into the deal, thanks for your tips. :thumbsup:
#17
last week i got a similar deal from onestopphoneshop, who, along with e2save, are part of carphone wharehouse. It's a great phone, just watch out for the lack of customer service!
#18
smashed
I havent picked yet. Still not sure whether to go for this or the phones4u deal, as that would give me cashback at 3,6,9,12 and would therefore be easier and less cash up front.
Decisions..


Where on phones4u can you get a 6300 on 3,6,9,12? I thought the only one was an e840 on 3,6,9,12. You could sell it and get a 6300 for the same price though. Then you have much better claim dates, get your money back much earlier!
#19
Sorry..lazy typing.
Yes, the deal has changed, so I would get the Samsung on 3,6,9,12. Wouldnt keep either phone, would rather have the cash :P
#20
smashed
Sorry..lazy typing.
Yes, the deal has changed, so I would get the Samsung on 3,6,9,12. Wouldnt keep either phone, would rather have the cash :P


Yeah, same here!
#21
Freeman
It is a bit tricky to get into the deal, thanks for your tips. :thumbsup:

is this still available?
i cannot see it on the website

cheers
#22
this is a discreet offer go via quidco and you will find it
otherwise you have to call that specific number at e2save.com
so go through quidco and search the deal all there:-D
#23
The offer is still there. Follow my explicit instructions in the first post and you can't go wrong.
#24
Will have a look at this phone.
Heres a review...

http://www.mobile-phones-uk.org.uk/nokia-6300.htm
#25
Tempted to go for the 800mins, but paying £45 a month is not the best thing for me, What I'm thinking of doing is to pay £45 by direct debit in the first 4 or 5 months and once I get my chequebacks to pay the first 3 £108 cheques (once in my bank) straight to O2 (bringing my account into credit) and allowing the monthly charge to be deducted from that.
(if that makes sense!)
Would putting my O2 account into credit affect my cashback claim from e2save?
#26
Nice deal, gone for this. The bstards added the VIP handset support back on to my order. I take it (hope) this can be canceled?
#27
jakaraka
Tempted to go for the 800mins, but paying £45 a month is not the best thing for me, What I'm thinking of doing is to pay £45 by direct debit in the first 4 or 5 months and once I get my chequebacks to pay the first 3 £108 cheques (once in my bank) straight to O2 (bringing my account into credit) and allowing the monthly charge to be deducted from that.
(if that makes sense!)
Would putting my O2 account into credit affect my cashback claim from e2save?



Why would you want to pay them early, they'd gain any interest and you'd lose the interest. Bare in mind that you won't get any money back into your account until after 6 months. That's assuming a week to receive your bill and send the claim, 6 weeks for them to process (could take longer!) and another week for their cheque to arrive and clear into your bank. So if you're on the £45 a month tariff you've already paid £270 before you get any back. So I don't see how your £108 cheque is going to put you in credit anyway? Just let them take the money as it is owed and put the cheques in your bank as soon as you receive them.

By the time you've received 3 cheques your contract will almost be over so no need to pay anymore anyway!
#28
Benjimoron
Why would you want to pay them early, they'd gain any interest and you'd lose the interest. Bare in mind that you won't get any money back into your account until after 6 months. That's assuming a week to receive your bill and send the claim, 6 weeks for them to process (could take longer!) and another week for their cheque to arrive and clear into your bank. So if you're on the £45 a month tariff you've already paid £270 before you get any back. So I don't see how your £108 cheque is going to put you in credit anyway? Just let them take the money as it is owed and put the cheques in your bank as soon as you receive them.

By the time you've received 3 cheques your contract will almost be over so no need to pay anymore anyway!


Interest doesn't mean much to myself, only reason I'd do this is knowing me soon as the money is in my bank account I would prob spend it!

The £108 would put my account in credit as the balance returns to 0 once you make the previous months payment, therefore paying them £108 would bring my account to -£108 and so for the following two months £45 line rental will be deducted from that amount, then I would (hopefully) have had the next chequeback by then. just makes life that bit easier for myself

Anyway its beside the question I asked, would my account being in credit affect my claim? ie is their a requirement to make a monthly direct debit payment?
#29
jakaraka
Interest doesn't mean much to myself, only reason I'd do this is knowing me soon as the money is in my bank account I would prob spend it!

The £108 would put my account in credit as the balance returns to 0 once you make the previous months payment, therefore paying them £108 would bring my account to -£108 and so for the following two months £45 line rental will be deducted from that amount, then I would (hopefully) have had the next chequeback by then. just makes life that bit easier for myself

Anyway its beside the question I asked, would my account being in credit affect my claim? ie is their a requirement to make a monthly direct debit payment?


OK,

Your mobile account would go to zero, but your bank balance would be -£270 as I said before. So either way you look at it you're going to have to pay them £270 before you get any money back to your account. I expect you could overpay but they'd probably wonder why the hell you're doing it? And why risk it if it could affect your cashback? I don't think it would but I don't see why you don't just leave your money in the bank and don't spend it. It's not difficult to think "I've just got £108 in and I need to keep that rather than spend it" is it? That way you don't have to do anything and you don't run the risk of it ruining your cashback claims.

Only thing to watch out for is that if your bank balance is low you don't want to run the risk of not making a payment as that'll cost you the whole lot of cashback! Remember your bank balance is going to be at least £270 below normal at the six month point and it doesn't get much better. You're generally about that much down until about 2 months after the contract ends!

EDIT - Thinking about it I think it would affect your claim, the requirement is to not cancel that direct debit, either you'll be cancelling it, not paying it or paying it still even though you've already paid. Either way WHY RISK IT??? Just don't spend that money! And keep the interest, I know it's only a few quid but why let them have it when you could have it? Save yourself the effort of phoning up and organising it and the risk it comes with!
#30
I went for the Samsung 3 6 9 12 deal from Phones4u. £480 cashback.. and quicker.
#31
cant believe ppl are still trusting the liers at phones4u, they are messing everyone up

atleast with e2save the guys on the phone will get the right info to you and you can persist on speaking to a manager to help

id go for free 12months with e 2save, more minutes, better reliable cashback and less hassle----no need to wiat for some dodgy paperwork, the wrong one etc etc
#32
mushyg99
cant believe ppl are still trusting the liers at phones4u, they are messing everyone up

atleast with e2save the guys on the phone will get the right info to you and you can persist on speaking to a manager to help

id go for free 12months with e 2save, more minutes, better reliable cashback and less hassle----no need to wiat for some dodgy paperwork, the wrong one etc etc


I take it you haven't read this thread about the lies they'll spout just to get you to take out a contract!

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=71993&page=2&highlight=e2save

Read from #24 onwards.
#33
i get your drift i think e2save are trying to confuse ppl about theiur deals, but as it is a pricematch they are trying their best to make most out of you, i still think they are more upfront than phones 4u,

i helped someone who wa being messed around regarding their cashback i wrote to the chief exec Mr Dunstone and within days the guy was paid everything back
#34
mushyg99
i get your drift i think e2save are trying to confuse ppl about theiur deals, but as it is a pricematch they are trying their best to make most out of you, i still think they are more upfront than phones 4u,

i helped someone who wa being messed around regarding their cashback i wrote to the chief exec Mr Dunstone and within days the guy was paid everything back


There's confusing ppl and outright lying! I have the proof that they lied in writing!!!
#35
i think the terms are clear, they are very very strict
but their onmlne facility does help you know which bill to send


do coolnewmobile, phones4u etc help in that way

which would you trust the most...my record with e2save has been goo, i have atleast three contracts with them per year and thankfully all been well, its only this new pricematch that is messing me up, seems very risky, but then the risk form the others is GREATER:-(
#36
mushyg99
i think the terms are clear, they are very very strict
but their onmlne facility does help you know which bill to send


do coolnewmobile, phones4u etc help in that way

which would you trust the most...my record with e2save has been goo, i have atleast three contracts with them per year and thankfully all been well, its only this new pricematch that is messing me up, seems very risky, but then the risk form the others is GREATER:-(



They're all risky, I was just making a point about when you said that they give you the right info on the phone. Maybe to you they did but to me they lied about stuff just to get me to buy and then the guy had a go at me when I didn't buy cos he'd gone to the trouble of sending me an e-mail that had a disclaimer at the bottom that meant that whatever he said basically meant nothing! I have gone with both Phones4u and e2save but my point was: Don't trust what they say on the phone, they lie and unless it's in writing it means nothing as they could just deny ever saying it.
#37
Well, I followed the instructions and it doesn't work for me!
#38
HAS ANYONE PURCHASED THIS OFFER???
PLEASE ADVISE IMMEDIATEYLY
THANKS:oops:
#39
I now record all my conversations using a speakerphone or my mobile just in case ...... I am unsure where I stand legally or if I would be able to use it in court as I am probably meant to inform them I am recording it
#40
zaheer2003
I now record all my conversations using a speakerphone or my mobile just in case ...... I am unsure where I stand legally or if I would be able to use it in court as I am probably meant to inform them I am recording it


Personally I just listen out to make sure that I have been warned, as long as I hear that then the other person knows they may be recorded anyway, no need to warn them again. It says "calls may be recorded", I take that to mean that I may record the call. I think as long as both parties are aware then there's not a problem. I had my first call the other day where it didn't say it, I think when I pressed one of the options I did a sort of double press that skipped the next message that was going to play and I think that was the warning. Not sure where they'd stand with that as from the recording you can't tell that I've done a double press, I can see from my mobile screen that I have though. So in that instance the first thing I said to the guy was that I was going to be recording the call and was he ok to continue. He asked why I was recording the call so I simply said for the same reasons that you guys record calls, for my protection.

It was for a phone from Phones4u that was meant to have 500 texts but my welcome back said I only had 250 so I thought I would check, he confirmed that I have 500 so whatever happens there is no way that they can go back on that. Not that I think they would anyway, just record all those sort of calls now after a bad experience with CPW.

Anyone know the legalities of recording the calls? I don't think I'd ever use them in court but it's great backup if when speaking to the manager they say that they have no proof that they ever said that to you, now you can say, luckily enough I do!!!

I use an xda exec to make the call on speakerphone and record using a standard xda or whatever pda I have handy.

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