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Looks like Phones4U subsidiary Mobiles2YourDoor has hit back at the 11 months free at e2save with a 12 months free (entire contract) deal... and on the Nokia 6300 Red!!

Mobiles2YourDoor have the Nokia 6300 in red for free on a 12 month Vodafone contract with 12 months free line rental!! So, for £0 (after cashback) you get the Nokia 6300 Red (for free), 12 months free line rental, 500 any time, any network minutes and 500 texts per month. That's a free phone and a free year's contract, after which time you can cancel.

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 Mobiles2YourDoor at specified intervals. You have a brilliant 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. Mobiles2YourDoor are a part of the Phones4U group and are reliable when sending cashback.

Purchase via QuidCo.com for £45 cashback - that's £45 profit. **Remember to decline/cancel the insurance that they try to give you as it can be very expensive at £7.99 per month!!**
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#1
http://www.sitel.nl/image/producten/500x500Nokia6300red.jpg


Also, please note about the claim form in their T&Cs. :)

"Within 30 days of your first redemption period, a claim form will be sent to your address. This claim form will need to be completed and returned via post each time a redemption is to be made. The claim form must be received by us at the address specified for us in the claim form no later than 60 days after the valid claim date as specified in the claim form and must be accompanied by the duly completed paperwork as specified in the 'how to claim' section of the claim form. The claim form and paperwork must be legible in order to be eligible. The original claim form that we sent you must be used and no other form or letter will be acceptable in its place. If you have lost a claim form, please contact the Customer Services Team on 08709014711 to request a replacement claim form."


I can see this being the potential problem with this - not sending out the claim form. But if you know about it and keep an eye out for it then you won't have any problems. :)
#2
Mobiles2YourDoor nice name...

Maybe I will start a company... ermm..

"CashbackOnYourStep"??

Even tho these guys are part of phones4u apparently, I assume they are set up as separate companies so you would have no comeback on phones4U if they folded...

Bit like people who say E2Save are safe as they are part of the Carphonewarehouse.. Simply not true, if e2save went under, people would lose out on the cashback. They could not try and start claiming carphonewarehouse to get the cashback etc...

Good deal though, but as with all cashback deals, you take your chance.

That said, I have used e2save on three occasions over the last few years with no hasstle. I would however personally avoid new setup's like these?
#3
This setup has probably been going for well over 6 months? If not more...

Phones4U had loads of 12 months free offers but I suppose the problem was that people expected the same deals instore so they set up this new site as a place where they could post the cheap deals without blurring the image of Phones4U...
#4
I picked up one these 6 months ago now and have started with my first cashback ... The good thing about them is they have a number where they can be contacted which does not go to any indian call centre ... And they confirm the stage at which cashback has reached and send a cheque quite promptly ... I would still agree with the comment " TAKE YOUR CHANCE WITH CASHBACK" ... But i guess these ppl are not that bad ... I took it only because i bought it over the Phones4U website and received a contract with them .... Just had my 1st cashback cheque in .. Hope it will be same until the last one ... :-)
#5
Love this offer, shame you can't port your number over with it otherwise I would have been in there.
#6
Mobiles2YourDoor is a trading division of Phones 4u Limited rather than a separate legal entity, any reference to Mobiles2YourDoor shall be deemed to include Phones 4u Limited and any contract which you enter into via this Website will create a contract between you and Phones 4u Limited
#7
I had a deal from TheMobileOutlet that never paid back, and a friend from another company that went bust!
You've got to be crazy to go for these cashback deals nowadays with silly T&Cs
"send back your 5*7/2+4/2nd bill after your 127th day of connection, providing it is a full moon, else on the 135th day. Please fold all cashback claims in half, 8 times. We note that if the post arrives after 11am on the day of receipt of the claims, these cannot be processed as we cannot be held responsible for post-men turning up late. Note that if your surname doesn't begin with a vowel, we will regrettably not be able to process your claim"
#8
Tigga!
Mobiles2YourDoor is a trading division of Phones 4u Limited rather than a separate legal entity, any reference to Mobiles2YourDoor shall be deemed to include Phones 4u Limited and any contract which you enter into via this Website will create a contract between you and Phones 4u Limited


Oooh, I like that; I thought they might be a separate entity, but this is gr8 news for cashback claims.

I have 1 contract via them, and am awaiting their certificate (not quite due yet) or whatever with my claim details on it.

Shame I only took 1 from them and hadn't given TMO 3 other's (sob), thieving b's.
#9
Don't trust cashback deals anymore unless they are from the main mobile suppliers!
#10
seriously people, think twice before you go for this offer, sounds great but cashback from small time mobile comapnies are dodgy!!! second thoughts, dont think at all!
#11
mchu6am4
Don't trust cashback deals anymore unless they are from the main mobile suppliers!


+ 1 - I found out the hard way with chatterbox.com

I do not trust cashback offers unless I know its a big retailer with a good reputation.
#12
ugod20022jp
seriously people, think twice before you go for this offer, sounds great but cashback from small time mobile comapnies are dodgy!!! second thoughts, dont think at all!


masai
I do not trust cashback offers unless I know its a big retailer with a good reputation.


This is a big retailer. It is Phones4U. Compare the websites and check company details.

Just for member clarification, I'm only currently posting deals for:

Carphone Warehouse and Subsidaries.
Phones4U and Subsidaries.
The Link.
Dial-a-Phone.
#13
so i understand this,if this went belly up is there any comeback via phones4u,i think thats what is being said here!
#14
mrsevans101
Love this offer, shame you can't port your number over with it otherwise I would have been in there.


Why can't you transfer your number over ?? If it's a new contract regarless of the offer you should be able to phone Vodafone up with your PAC code and have your number transfered ....

....or am I wrong ??
#15
bigfoot125;1499882
so i understand this,if this went belly up is there any comeback via phones4u,i think thats what is being said here!


From whats been said in previous posts, your contract is with Phones4U. Whats the chance of them going t!ts up?
#16
duckmagicuk2
This is a big retailer. It is Phones4U. Compare the websites and check company details.

Just for member clarification, I'm only currently posting deals for:

Carphone Warehouse and Subsidaries.
Phones4U and Subsidaries.
The Link.
Dial-a-Phone.


Yep agree with you there Ducky - i would not touch any other retailers than you have stated above.

But I really think the days of 12 month cashback deals are seriously numbered. i have used CPW group for the last few years but the last three claims were successively more and more difficult with repeat submissions and many phone calls to get a result.

TBH there are other deals out there now such as the Virgin £10 for 300mins 300 sms that are much less hassle, well non hassle at all, so for me at least its wotth the £10/month to not have to chase the retailerer every few months

just my 2p worth - sorry Ducky
#17
I would better stick to OSPS with 11 months, with Phones4u if you miss one cashback you lose all following cashbacks, too risky !
#18
OSPS are the same as e2save who I was with and are part on CPW group

Even they are starting to use the same tricks as the small players such as Mobile Outlet i.e "you cliam is to late" or "we di dnot receive your cliam in time" or "you did not send the right document2

i have has all of these "excuses2 from e2save last year.

EliTom
#19
Hi, am I write in thinking there is only a clearance one available? I would like to go for this, I went with the phones4u 6300 that came up last time, and got my first cheque....and pretty stright forward too!
#20
I had a 2 simultaneous contracts with [url]www.buymobilephones.net[/url], offering 12 months cashback free and I have had all my cashback claims accepted and paid in when told they would be. It really is not that hard, you just send the bills they say when they say and they pay up. All it takes is a reminder in the diary and that is that.

As for mobiles2yourdoor.co.uk, I recently took out a similar deal with them whereby I signed an 18month contract on Orange where you get unlimited texts and 500 mins and I got sent a 32" HD Mirai Flatscreen TV as part of my deal as I plumped for the 6300 (could have had a top end phone as I am paying top buck for the contract, £35, but chose the TV!), and the TV arrived as promised and includes 3 year warranty and I am very very happy with it! I have had no problems with either of these companies.
#21
A little snippet from their T&Cs:

"Upon receipt of a claim form for a Cheque Back offer, we will verify such application for eligibility and may at our sole discretion refuse an application. When your Cheque Back claim is processed, you will, if you are entitled to further redemptions, be sent a new claim form to enable you to make the next redemption. Please note that where multiple redemptions are required, any failure to make one redemption invalidates all future redemptions."

Cash/cheque back offers? If I had a loaded shotgun pointed at my head, not ever would I sign up to one again. They are watching your every move waiting for you to make a mistake and when you do... BANG!!!! £480 + VAT (+extra call charges if any). Thank you very much.

My advice: Stay well clear of these offers no matter who is/are offering them.
#22
I spent a long time reading this forum aproaching a year ago. Then I talked to friends and family who didn't believe I could get a w850i handset with generous minutes package with profit in my pocket. So I took my first cashback contract as much to prove it possible as to enjoy any saving. Now I have my first experience - a supplier in receivership, not a penny in cash back, a £420 year bill I didn't want and egg on my face to boot.

IMO the handset and the contract is almost identical to the ones around 12 months ago, but there ar FAR FAR fewer deals like this to chose from. Nice to see Duckmagic has severly shortened the list of suppliers he's happy to mention here. I do trust his judgement as he's looking around all the time.

If you want one you could do much worse - voted hot.
#23
skdotcom
From whats been said in previous posts, your contract is with Phones4U. Whats the chance of them going t!ts up?


"Probably very low". - owner of 650 Northen Rock shares.
#24
just recently signed up to the e2save 11 month free dela, had about 5 cashback deals in the last 3 years.. I took one out with CPW in October, first cashback voucherwent to them onthe 16th of january and its gone missing (special delivery next day aswell) so will i've had to raise a claim with royal mail, hopefully royal mail will pay me out in full ...
#25
essexgangsta
just recently signed up to the e2save 11 month free dela, had about 5 cashback deals in the last 3 years.. I took one out with CPW in October, first cashback voucherwent to them onthe 16th of january and its gone missing (special delivery next day aswell) so will i've had to raise a claim with royal mail, hopefully royal mail will pay me out in full ...



not unless you took out consequencial loss cover as an extra - otherwise the value of the package you sent in the value of a few sheets of paper.
#26
elitom;1500223
not unless you took out consequencial loss cover as an extra - otherwise the value of the package you sent in the value of a few sheets of paper.


oh really so why do people send the other claims via recorded post, i thought i was being clever by sending by special post because the insurance was upto 500.00 rather than the standard 34.00 on recorded and normal post.
so at the end of the day even using special post you cannot guarantee the retailer is going to get your claim...
not happy now... its my first claim with CPW
#27
essexgangsta
oh really so why do people send the other claims via recorded post, i thought i was being clever by sending by special post because the insurance was upto 500.00 rather than the standard 34.00 on recorded and normal post.
so at the end of the day even using special post you cannot guarantee the retailer is going to get your claim...
not happy now... its my first claim with CPW


to be clear the difference between RD ans SD is the way it is delivered.

RD is deliverec as any other first class letter with a signature at the end if you are lucky, and the cover is the same as normal first class, the only benefit of Rd is you et asignature if it is requested by the postman.

SD is delivered in a differenr vmanner. It is gtracked from the sorting office and in many cases delivered seperately and fully traceable. the cover is for the vlaue of the actualy item being delivered, not the consequential loss of not delivering the item.

Genaralyy over 99% of SD get delivered and signed for as opossed to something like 80% of RDs. that is why the savvy use Sd and take the l,ess than 1% risk of delivery failure.

if you want to be 100% sure use SD with the extra consequential loss cover

eliTom
#28
elitom;1500373
to be clear the difference between RD ans SD is the way it is delivered.

RD is deliverec as any other first class letter with a signature at the end if you are lucky, and the cover is the same as normal first class, the only benefit of Rd is you et asignature if it is requested by the postman.

SD is delivered in a differenr vmanner. It is gtracked from the sorting office and in many cases delivered seperately and fully traceable. the cover is for the vlaue of the actualy item being delivered, not the consequential loss of not delivering the item.

Genaralyy over 99% of SD get delivered and signed for as opossed to something like 80% of RDs. that is why the savvy use Sd and take the l,ess than 1% risk of delivery failure.

if you want to be 100% sure use SD with the extra consequential loss cover

eliTom


surely the argument would be that by not delivering the item i had then the lost to me would be 62.50 or whatever the first claim is and thereby the value of the paper inside is worth that to me and thats the very least i should be reimbursed.
#29
essexgangsta
surely the argument would be that by not delivering the item i had then the lost to me would be 62.50 or whatever the first claim is and thereby the value of the paper inside is worth that to me and thats the very least i should be reimbursed.


thats what consequential loss is, the consequences of not delivering as opposed to the direct loss of the value of the packet.
#30
Hey Ducky, now also available in black for the same deal. So confused now, red or black? both are still clearance phones so not as good as before......but tempted, hope they dont pull it before I decide......
#31
Royal Mail paid me the value of the goods I was sending a voucher off for (the voucher went missing and they had no trace of the recorded delivery item being delivered). I guess that was consequential loss.... But I think it was at their discretion. Worth trying for anyway.

As for people slamming cashbacks.... you take a chance. I have been doing it for 5 years without too much hassle. I probably would have gone for the Virgin £10 for 300 minutes and texts but I think it was only for people with Virgin. I went for the E2Save 11 months free offer and probably on balance would still go for that over this offer - purely because you get £136 cashback automatically - without having to send anything off. That makes it about £20 per month if you manage to mess up every one of the remaining 4 cashback claims. However, E2Save have given out conflicting info on what bills to send in and when so you have to be a bit careful.
#32
I'm not even sure the consequential loss would cover it - they MAY claim the loss is the cost to replace, eg the cost for you to get a replacement - should reasonably be £10-20 (if CPW would do so).
#33
Searcher2
Royal Mail paid me the value of the goods I was sending a voucher off for (the voucher went missing and they had no trace of the recorded delivery item being delivered). I guess that was consequential loss.... But I think it was at their discretion. Worth trying for anyway.

As for people slamming cashbacks.... you take a chance. I have been doing it for 5 years without too much hassle. I probably would have gone for the Virgin £10 for 300 minutes and texts but I think it was only for people with Virgin. I went for the E2Save 11 months free offer and probably on balance would still go for that over this offer - purely because you get £136 cashback automatically - without having to send anything off. That makes it about £20 per month if you manage to mess up every one of the remaining 4 cashback claims. However, E2Save have given out conflicting info on what bills to send in and when so you have to be a bit careful.

I'd be shocked if they did that - they exclude "items which can be exchanged for goods or services" from all non sd insurances - you got VERY lucky.
#34
Guys, just my £0.02's worth on this one. I ordered a phone from these chaps about 4 months ago. Contacted them last week asking when I get my paperwork, they said it will arrive before the 6 month 1st claim period. Very helpful chap asked whether I'd like it sent now, I said yes. 2 days later it's in the post. So far...so good. But I haven't had a cashback yet, as it's not due.

PS - Don't forget quidco on MTYD chappies!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#35
dealtime
Hey Ducky, now also available in black for the same deal. So confused now, red or black? both are still clearance phones so not as good as before......but tempted, hope they dont pull it before I decide......


Lol. That's purely cosmetic and up to you!! :)
#36
You might have to take them to a small money claims court to get your cash back.
Mobiles2YourDoor might not still be around when it comes to paying it.
Don't get one of these cashback deals unless you are prepared to risk not getting any money back.
#37
Cold! Cold! Cold! Know Far Too Many People Who Have Taken Out Cashback Deals And Then The Company Folds! Do Not Buy Unless You Really Can Afford A £35 Bill A Month!

You Have Been Warned!
#38
burhaan777
Cold! Cold! Cold! Know Far Too Many People Who Have Taken Out Cashback Deals And Then The Company Folds! Do Not Buy Unless You Really Can Afford A £35 Bill A Month!

You Have Been Warned!


Deffo not cold, it is a great deal if you are into the cashback thing, people know the risks.
#39
burhaan777;1501826
Cold! Cold! Cold! Know Far Too Many People Who Have Taken Out Cashback Deals And Then The Company Folds! Do Not Buy Unless You Really Can Afford A £35 Bill A Month!

You Have Been Warned!


Where do you stop in life?

Don't go outside unless you can afford to get knocked over by a car?
Don't invest more than £30,000 in any one bank just in case it goes bust?
Don't kiss anyone unless they have been tested for Hepatitus B and have the certificate to prove it?
Don't start every word with a capital as it may ruin your 'shift' key and/or upset people who like normal sentence structure?

Maybe we do these deals because we like the excitement!!!
#40
me and a few others have taken the plunge :) Its a pretty straight forward cashback deal, just have to remember the dates, and 60 days is pretty good....went through quidco, now have to sit back and see it if tracks, also need to remember to cancel the insurance.....

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