Nokia 6300 - free phone with 12 months free line rental on a 12 month Vodafone contract (choice of 5 tariffs) + £50 QuidCo Profit - HotUKDeals
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Phones4U have the Nokia 6300 for free on a Vodafone contract with 12 months free line rental on a 12 month contract! So, for £0 (after cashback) you get the Nokia 6300 (for free), 12 months' free line rental (after which you may cancel the contract), and inclusive minutes and texts each month, the amount depending on the tariff. Just to sum up, this works out as completely free after cashback and there's £50 QuidCo cashback if you choose to take it! That's £50 profit on the whole thing!! Each of the five tariffs also has an "automatic cashback" alternative which offers a slightly lower rate, but is good for those of you who are worried that you might miss a claim.

There's a choice of tariff on this deal. The *five* tariffs available are Anytime Calls 25, Anytime Calls 30, Anytime Text 30, Anytime Calls 40 and Anytime Text 40. Anytime Calls 25 has an initial outlay of £25 per month, and offers 100 anytime, any network minutes and 50 text messages per month. Anytime Calls 30 has an initial outlay of £30 per month, and offers 250 anytime, any network minutes and 100 text messages per month. Anytime Text 30 has an initial outlay of £30 per month, and offers 150 anytime, any network minutes and 500 text messages per month. Anytime Calls 40 has an initial outlay of £40 per month, and offers 700 anytime, any network minutes and 250 text messages per month. Anytime Text 40 has an initial outlay of £40 per month, and offers 600 anytime, any network minutes and 500 text messages per month.

The Nokia 6300 mobile phone is a sophisticated & stylish Nokia mobile phone that comes in an attractive stainless steel casing. The handset has stunning looks and is packed full of fun & highly useable features for the user to enjoy. The built in 2 megapixel camera on the Nokia 6300 mobile phone provides the user with the ideal imaging device built into a mobile phone. You can take photos, store photos, send & share photos with your friends. The camera comes with a digital zoom that allows you to get up close and can be easily used for recording those special moments in full screen action. The 6300 comes complete with a USB connection, Bluetooth technology, MP3 player and built in FM radio feature complete with visual radio which provides the user with music, chat show & news stations on their Nokia 6300 mobile phone.

This offer works by cashback which you claim from Phones4U at specified intervals. You have a massively generous 60 days to send the claim. You must have paid each bill in its entirety, so please only use this deal if you can afford to pay the bills on time and remember to keep on top of the cashback. Use recorded delivery when sending the claims, or better still - special delivery with consequential loss cover. Phones4U are a large high street firm, and are fairly reliable when it comes to cashback.

**Remember to decline/cancel the insurance that they try to give you as it can be very expensive!!**

See the first comment for my advice on how to succeed with a cashback contract and it'll be plain sailing for you!!
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[size=5]12 months free line rental on a 12 month contract[/size]

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[size=4]With a whopping £50 cashback when you purchase via QuidCo.com, a great tariff and a cool 60 days to send in your claim, you can actually make a profit on this deal!!

This deal is tipped to end at the end of this month, so you'll need to be pretty snappy. :)[/size]
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#2
Another great deal ducky.
#3
A very good deal; my other half, Mrs Pugw$sh, has been trying to track down a decent deal for a Nokia 6300 for a few weeks now.
Many Thanks
#4
I have a couple of questions, the site states:
Send your 6th, 8th, 10th and 12th monthly bills

Does that mean a couple of days before the 12th bill arrives I can call up and say I want to cancel the contract after the next bill, thus giving 30days notice, and receiving no 13th bill and still get my final £90 cash back payment? Meaning I will be in profit effectively not paying phones4u any money?
#5
a great deal! thanks a bunch for your help
#6
androo
Does that mean a couple of days before the 12th bill arrives I can call up and say I want to cancel the contract after the next bill, thus giving 30days notice, and receiving no 13th bill and still get my final £90 cash back payment? Meaning I will be in profit effectively not paying phones4u any money?


You'd contact Vodafone to cancel at the end of month 11. Tell them that you're giving them the required 30 days notice and you wish to terminate your contract on xx date (the day of your last bill). They will send you a bill at the end of your contract, as you'll have been connected for another month since cancelling (and may even have charges to pay if you've used extra minutes/texts that month), so you should be okay as far as that's concerned. :thumbsup:
#7
thanx was looking for a deal for my bloke :thumbsup:
#8
androo
I have a couple of questions, the site states:
Send your 6th, 8th, 10th and 12th monthly bills

Does that mean a couple of days before the 12th bill arrives I can call up and say I want to cancel the contract after the next bill, thus giving 30days notice, and receiving no 13th bill and still get my final £90 cash back payment? Meaning I will be in profit effectively not paying phones4u any money?


i know its first confusing but this is how it works with the bill number:
(you get your first bill(no:1) after a few days you get connected. you always pay in advance for your standard line rental then for extra calls/sms the following month)
bill no:1 is for month 0
bill no:2 is for month 1
...
bill no:13 is for month 12
#9
If you're not really looking for a phone or tariff and just want £50, sign up for the £10 sim only with Voda through Quidco. You only have to keep the sim for 4 months and then cancel it for the £50 profit!!
#10
Great Deal, Thanks

ordered

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[COLOR="Red"]P.S. go thru Topcashback and get & £60[/COLOR]
#11
and sell the phone!
#12
Thanks, got this for the missus. Now we can say goodbye to Three!! Voted Hot!
#13
billyoftheknight
If you're not really looking for a phone or tariff and just want £50, sign up for the £10 sim only with Voda through Quidco. You only have to keep the sim for 4 months and then cancel it for the £50 profit!!


No you can't any more

Quidco Announcement
Please read the following before proceeding:

Please note that we have been advised by Vodafone that for the time being cashback will not be paid on the £10 monthly SIM only deal however any purchase made before 12pm on 26th August will still be honoured. The 4 month validation still applies.

**pay monthly contract only;free handset with 600 minutes free and unlimited text for as little as £15.00 for the first 3 months.
#14
Before you sell it get vodafone to remove the network lock. They send you a code to imput which unlocks it

bang it on ebay and you should get £65 - £80.

I got £72 for mine less there stupid fees.

Phones4u cashback is a piece of cake. Never had any probs with mine. I gave notice after 11 months and got final caskback no problem.

Only reason I did not do another is i needed a decent phone and voda offered me a fantastic deal to stay - tocco 600 mins ul texts for £18 a month
#15
koprano
Before you sell it get vodafone to remove the network lock. They send you a code to imput which unlocks it


If Phones4U are anything like sister company Mobiles2yourdoor then this should come unlocked. I got my daughter a Samsung phone from them last year on Vodaphone and it came unlocked and works with my old O2 payg sim.
#16
hmm The Phones4U site seem to be having problems lol.

The box where the plans are shown I am geting an error instead "An error occured on this control." : (
#17
AnnihilatorX
hmm The Phones4U site seem to be having problems lol.

The box where the plans are shown I am geting an error instead "An error occured on this control." : (


I'm getting the same
#18
Am i missing something? I can't find the 12 month free deal!
#19
yep - me too - have they pulled the deal maybe?? too many of us trying to sign up over the lunch hour?
#20
professor yaffle
Thanks, got this for the missus. Now we can say goodbye to Three!! Voted Hot!


ahhhhhhhhhh dont mention 3
#21
Are they (phones4u) reliable - will I ever get the cashback?
#23
bindiboo
ahhhhhhhhhh dont mention 3


3 are good, depends on your area?
#24
polzovatel
Are they (phones4u) reliable - will I ever get the cashback?


read up, yes they r good
#25
AnnihilatorX
No you can't any more


Didn't realise that. Nice one Annihilator. However, could you not take the £20 a month option and phone Voda to change to the £10 tariff? Voda don't care as it's a sim only deal so will change it without any grief!?!?
#26
Does not work anymore. Get the message:

Nokia 6300
An error occured on this control.

Oh well....
#27
polzovatel
Are they (phones4u) reliable - will I ever get the cashback?


I had nightmares with them 'losing' my cashback claim EVERY time for the first three claims. But what's more important is that they're a large company and unlikely to go bust.

For my last claim, I stopped phoning them.....too much grief and hassle. I just sent in the claim (recorded delivery) and when 30 days had passed I sent in a Notice Before Action giving them 14 days to respond. I got my cheque but if I hadn't I would have taken them to court without any further communication.

My best guess is that they have a policy to 'lose' a certain percentage of all claims they receive.
#28
valiant
I had nightmares with them 'losing' my cashback claim EVERY time for the first three claims. But what's more important is that they're a large company and unlikely to go bust.

For my last claim, I stopped phoning them.....too much grief and hassle. I just sent in the claim (recorded delivery) and when 30 days had passed I sent in a Notice Before Action giving them 14 days to respond. I got my cheque but if I hadn't I would have taken them to court without any further communication.

My best guess is that they have a policy to 'lose' a certain percentage of all claims they receive.


Did you send it recorded everytime, and if so did it come up as delivered on RM website? TBH ive had 3 hassle free claims with them, last claim to go, fingers crossed theres no problems!
#29
shareef
Did you send it recorded everytime, and if so did it come up as delivered on RM website? TBH ive had 3 hassle free claims with them, last claim to go, fingers crossed theres no problems!


I sent it recorded every time and each time there was an electronic signature available on the Royal Mail website within days....but in the last case it did take a full five days. If you have any problems just go the legal route straight-away because my experience of phoning them about claims involved a waste of time. I think the main problem is that they employ a separate company (in Bristol) to process cash-back claims and the left hand doesn't know what the right-hand is doing.
#30
Don't know why this deal has been expired, the Phones 4u website is working perfectly for me.

I heard that Vodafone were offering unlimited internet on your phone if you get a tarriff at £30/month or more. Does anyone know if this applies to contracts bought through Phones4U?

Is it possible to port your existing number to one of these contracts? Phones4u website says that they can't arrange to port your number on o2 and vodafone networks. Does this mean it's impossible or should one go directly to Vodafone?

Also, can you check your voicemail for free on these contracts (or at least using your free minutes)? I can never tell from the Call Charges description.
#31
Still working here! Unexpired.
#32
How do you cancel their automatic direct debit insurance?
#33
working again now, just ordered
#34
suberb!
#35
Ordered. Finger crossed that those cash back would be wihout hassle.
#36
http://www.phones4u.co.uk/shop/shop_contract_details.asp?ItemKey=161072&MPItemKey=228387&NetKey=2

im thinking of getting this deal for my mum

250 mins, 100 texts

12 month contract @ £30 = £360

£360 - £230 auto cashback = £130

and then £130 - £50 quidco = £80

and if i sold the phone then it could basically work out as free. how does the auto cashback work though, do they give you the whole £230 sum in one go? is it given via cheque at the start of the contract? or end?
banned#37
AnnihilatorX
How do you cancel their automatic direct debit insurance?


The insurance is usually free for the first month or two. I bank with Alliance & Leicester and check my direct debit mandates online. As soon as the insurance DD is lodged with A&L I cancel it online. Takes but a few mouse clicks.
#38
I would take EXTRA care with insurance and recommend you cancel right away, because in checkout , at the bottom of the page just before you click the final submit it says that insurance is free for first 3 months then 300 per month per handset!!!!
I hope this is a typo but I wouldn't take my chances and will call right away to cancel the insurance and get confirmation by post of that
#39
The cheapest option I can see is FREE line rental.

£25 a month which works out to be £300 for 12 months.

It says £190 auto cashback which will make the 12 months cost £110

Minus Quidco is £60

Am I right?
#40
Sorry, got it all wrong.

Just seen the one where it says £300 by redemption

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