Nokia N70 Black "N Series" - 12 months free line rental on various 12 month orange tariffs + QuidCo - HotUKDeals
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BuyMobilePhones.net have the Nokia N70 "N Series" phone in BLACK on orange with 12 months free line rental on a 12 month contract (after cashback). For £0 (after cashback), you get the MNokia N70 (for FREE!!), 12 months free line rental (after which you may cancel) and the choice of three great Orange tariffs.

All of the tariffs are on Orange and have 12 months free line rental with a 12 month contract, after cashback. The tariffs are different, however, as each one offers a different number of inclusive minutes and text messages each month and you pay a different initial monthly outlay for each one. For full details of these tariffs, go to the BuyMobilePhones site using the "Go to Deal" button. The tariffs included are Orange Canary £40, Orange Dolphin £35 and Orange Racoon £35.

The Nokia N70 Black is an advanced 3G phone with a 2 megapixel camera, video record, a stereo FM radio, MP3 music player and new 3D games. Capture bright, clear images effortlessly. With the N70s built-in flash and up to 20x zoom. A dedicated shutter key makes it easy, along with a sleek design that helps you use it intuitively. The multimedia key gives you instant access to the applications you need. You can create a slideshow with music, email your pictures as they're happening, record your mobile life with Nokia Lifeblog, video call a friend, listen to FM radio or your MP3 music files while youre walking, play 3D games when you don't feel like talking and much more!

This offer works by cashback which you claim from BuyMobilePhones.net at specified intervals. If you wish you can purchase via QuidCo.com who will give you £20 in extra cashback, meaning you can make a PROFIT of £20 on the whole thing!! Remember to cancel itemised billing if you don't want it because Orange charges £1.50 per month for this service. Remember to cancel the insurance if you don't want it as it's quite expensive. As usual, send claims recorded/special delivery as soon as you get the bill and you'll be fine. We've had several users successfully claim cashback via BuyMobilePhones in the past.
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#1
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#2
Thanks ducky :)
#3
[SIZE=2]was just about to post this deal, you beat me to it[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2][/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]I have ordered the N72 from phonebox direct, now im thinking of cancelling the order for this phone, is there any difference?[/SIZE]
#4
This is a pretty good phone, but is getting old now.
#5
rabzuk
[SIZE=2]was just about to post this deal, you beat me to it[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2][/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]I have ordered the N72 from phonebox direct, now im thinking of cancelling the order for this phone, is there any difference?[/SIZE]


I'd say that BuyMobilePhones are more reliable, but I don't have much evidence to back that up.

The N72 is a newer handset...
#6
i've used phoneboxdirect for a couple of contracts now, they're slow at cashbacks but they get there! the N72 on a 12 month free contract is also a very good deal though

EDIT: they have it in black AND pink!!!
#7
I never understood the attraction of cash back deals. I'd go for these deals if you simply got 12 months free line rental, end of story, no messing about with sending bills to Joebloggsphones.com on an exact specified date.
As it is, these deals may as well not exist for me. But I appreciate the heads up :)
#8
I have just finished a 12 months free contrat with e2save.com. They have turned out to be a very reliable company as i have got 3 of my cashbacks (10 + 96 + 96) at right time(waiting for my last cashback). And now i wana get another 12 months free deal, but unfortunately e2save have no 12 months free deal at the moment.

I am really confused abt which company to go with, as all of them have some postive and negative feedback. I am considering phoneboxdirect, coolnewmobile and buy mobile phones. This N70 deal looks good. PBD and CNW also have 12 months free deal. Which is the most reliable company to go wid? any suggestions?
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Scribbles
I never understood the attraction of cash back deals. I'd go for these deals if you simply got 12 months free line rental, end of story, no messing about with sending bills to Joebloggsphones.com on an exact specified date.
As it is, these deals may as well not exist for me. But I appreciate the heads up :)


Well the only way to get a 12 months free deal is to go through a retailer and claim cashback. There is NO OTHER WAY.

In fact in most cases you're no worse off to purchase via a retailer and not bother claiming cashback than if you went straight to the retailer... in most cases they charge pretty much the same amount!!

The tariffs here are £35+ per montyh. Purchase this straight from Orange and it will be £420. Purchase via BuyMobilePhones and it would still be £420 even if you couldn't be bothered to send the cashback claims... however you wouldn't be that stupid!!

It's really very much like saying "I'd like a car but I don't understand the attraction of paying tax and insurance on it and passing my test, and I'd only get a car if they let me off tax and insurance and without any lessons". In the same way as you can't get a car without tax/insurance/passing your test you can't get a totally free phone and contract without cashback!!

There's no such thing as a free lunch... but where cashback's concerned there is such a thing as a free phone and contract!!

I thank you. :thumbsup:
#10
@duckmagic - [COLOR="Red"]love [/COLOR]the analogy!! but i hear 3 are dishing out more or less free contract renewals. a friend of mine got 11 months free on a 12 month renewal via credit to his account rather than cashback... is this possible? i'm on the 10th month of a contract and 3 are ringing me about upgrades, should i try to negotiate a deal or will they offer me better options at the end of 11 months?
#11
ps. sorry for going completely off topic!
#12
duckmagicuk2
Well the only way to get a 12 months free deal is to go through a retailer and claim cashback. There is NO OTHER WAY.

In fact in most cases you're no worse off to purchase via a retailer and not bother claiming cashback than if you went straight to the retailer... in most cases they charge pretty much the same amount!!

The tariffs here are £35+ per montyh. Purchase this straight from Orange and it will be £420. Purchase via BuyMobilePhones and it would still be £420 even if you couldn't be bothered to send the cashback claims... however you wouldn't be that stupid!!

It's really very much like saying "I'd like a car but I don't understand the attraction of paying tax and insurance on it and passing my test, and I'd only get a car if they let me off tax and insurance and without any lessons". In the same way as you can't get a car without tax/insurance/passing your test you can't get a totally free phone and contract without cashback!!

There's no such thing as a free lunch... but where cashback's concerned there is such a thing as a free phone and contract!!

I thank you. :thumbsup:


I know how it works, but half the puzzle is to figure out the trustworthy deals. There's no point in getting a free contract if the dealer ends up welching on the cashback. In that case, you may well have purchased a phone on full contract, that you never would have otherwise.
That was more my point. I was simply venting a word or two based on the scare stories i've heard about cashback deals falling thru. I'd rather have the 12 months free when I purchase the phone.
However, like you say, beggers can't be choosers ;-)
I guess i'm just being pedantic. It's one of my failings LOL
#13
paperclip
@duckmagic - [COLOR="Red"]love [/COLOR]the analogy!! but i hear 3 are dishing out more or less free contract renewals. a friend of mine got 11 months free on a 12 month renewal via credit to his account rather than cashback... is this possible? i'm on the 10th month of a contract and 3 are ringing me about upgrades, should i try to negotiate a deal or will they offer me better options at the end of 11 months?


I've not heard about this. Three are actually one of the few where you benefit from going via them sometimes... half price line erntal offers and all that.

Scribbles
I know how it works, but half the puzzle is to figure out the trustworthy deals. There's no point in getting a free contract if the dealer ends up welching on the cashback. In that case, you may well have purchased a phone on full contract, that you never would have otherwise.
That was more my point. I was simply venting a word or two based on the scare stories i've heard about cashback deals falling thru. I'd rather have the 12 months free when I purchase the phone.
However, like you say, beggers can't be choosers ;-)
I guess i'm just being pedantic. It's one of my failings LOL


Haha, you're allowed to be pedantic. BuyMobilephones have been around for a long time. I've been MobileHunting for HotUKDeals for almost two whole years now... I've never lost out on a cashback claim with e2save or The Mobile Outlet (another with a shadey reputation sometimes) and I usually only hear good things about BuyMobilePhones, the only complaint really being the short amount of time to send your claim but if you are organised then it's very acheiveable!! I've always found their team to be pretty helpful. :)

:thumbsup:
#14
Can the N70 be unlocked easily eg by code?
#15
it can be unlocked via a code from the service providor

regards
#16
[SIZE=2]i bought the phone yesterday. Today, when i rang the helpline in the afternoon to track my order, they said that they havnt got any in stock and they will be getting them on friday. But i wont be bothered as long as i get the phone.[/SIZE]
#17
I've just finished a 12 month contract with buymobilephones and had no problem with the cash backs. I might try a nokia this time!
#18
I had a contract with O2 a couple of years ago. Got a work phone, so called them to cancel at the end of the contract. They gave me a £16 a month contract reduced to £6 a month and credited my account with £100 so if all went well and I dodn't overspend, I'd get £22 cash back at the end.

Gave it to the OH.

When that ran out they gave me the £16 a month contract not reduced this time but again credited my account with £100. Means my OH ended up with 2 years phone at a very reasonable £70!

Pays to ask!
#19
A Thread From A Year Ago :|
#20
emasu
A Thread From A Year Ago :|


OK! A D'oh is in order

:-D

Been keen on getting a replacement mobi for the W810i I got nicked 2 weeks after buying 1 from the TJ Hughes deal.

Still:
a) its all true,
&
b) you read it!!!!

:whistling:
#21
clicked expired as i just wasted 5 minutes of my precious life reading this thread
#22
sburley
clicked expired as i just wasted 5 minutes of my precious life reading this thread


Like me, you should have looked at the submission date!

:-D

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