O2 SIM only (1 month contract) : FREE Nokia 2630 handset + 600 minutes & unlimited texts (£20 monthly cost) + £15 cashback via Quidco (cancel after 1 month if you wish) ! - HotUKDeals
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An unusual deal from E2SAVE (part of carphone Warehouse)...

This is a O2 SIM only deal.... [1 month contract] and includes

FREE Nokia 2630 handset
600 minutes & unlimited texts every month
£20 / month

Go via Quidco for £15 cashback

Can be cancelled after 1 month and if you do, the effective cost after £15 Quidco cashback, is just £5 which includes a FREE Nokia 2630 handset and 600 mins + unlimited texts.

No other cashback to claim.
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banned#1
looking good deal hot
#2
their would still be a catch
#3
could it be a typo?
#4
these phones are great i use one all the time :thumbsup:
#5
have to remember cancelling 2x insurance policy....
E2SAVE not the best for customer services i am afraid.
be very cautious if you receive a call after purchasing from them..
goes like this (text)' we have a small problem with your order please get in touch'
and when you receive your card statement they would have charge you £4.99 for admin cost for that text message!!!
i have had to threaten them in order to get my money back. took me about 3 months and lots of calls.... 0871 numbers too....
AVOID ......
#6
needs a credit check online, so may not suit everyone. Have to take Insurance and Billing too (free for the first month) - so make sure you cancel all of those asap.
[admin]#7
zayf
their would still be a catch


team_a
could it be a typo?


No and No, it's the real thing
#8
if you want to cancel, do you have to cancel on the same day as you got the phone delivered? do you have to write to them or will a phone call suffice?
#9
Hot, but I'm not going to buy one .. too much effort and possiblities of hassle.
#10
too much of hassle? ifs and buts?? better to remain safe - i will keep away fro mthe deal
#11
ordered, got an email from e2save, it was labelled with quid co, weird!
banned#12
presuming it would be unlocked.

cex offers £20 cash for this. even if quidco fails. we wont be out of pocket
#13
E2save phones are generally LOCKED.
#14
all my phones from E2S have been unlocked, but then again i dont know, still a hot deal in any perspective view
#15
good find
#16
murabi
ordered, got an email from e2save, it was labelled with quid co, weird!

REMEMBER !!!!!!


be very cautious if you receive a call after purchasing from them..
goes like this (text)' we have a small problem with your order please get in touch'
and when you receive your card statement they would have charge you £4.99 for admin cost for that text message!!!
i have had to threaten them in order to get my money back. took me about 3 months and lots of calls.... too much hassel.. trust me!!
suspended#17
Sounds Toooooo Good
#18
murabi
if you want to cancel, do you have to cancel on the same day as you got the phone delivered? do you have to write to them or will a phone call suffice?


Can't find any information on website about this..
anyone know their cancellation terms?
#19
First off things Edi for a good list rather see these deals on here that not.

You do have 14 days to cancel any phone contract, but PAYG some networks won't refund (Not too sure on that one)

Companies have been known to be some what lax in their processing of 14 Days.

Having no dealings with these people before not too sure what they're like seems like a loss leader to me. which can only be good for the consumer
#20
Wouldnt cancellation just follow O2 standard procedure. E2Save just get paid their commision for getting people connected to networks, they wont be involved in any cancellation procedure
#21
The French

"You do have 14 days to cancel any phone contract, but PAYG some networks won't refund (Not too sure on that one)"

If you're not sure what's the point of posting the comment? Get the facts right and then your post might be of some use.

"Having no dealings with these people before not too sure what they're like seems like a loss leader to me. which can only be good for the consumer"

Did anyone ever teach you to use punctuation? Your last sentence makes beggar all sense!
#22
gooners
Wouldnt cancellation just follow O2 standard procedure. E2Save just get paid their commision for getting people connected to networks, they wont be involved in any cancellation procedure


No, because you have a contract with E2save as well as with O2.
#23
e2save phones are generally locked. got one yesterday (the 19 months free, with 400mins on O2.....great deal). and also got that quidco email someone mentioned earlier!
#24
alecb
No, because you have a contract with E2save as well as with O2.


contract is with o2 direct, no middle parties involved!
#25
gooners
Wouldnt cancellation just follow O2 standard procedure. E2Save just get paid their commision for getting people connected to networks, they wont be involved in any cancellation procedure


found out that cancellation is just a phone call to o2, 21202 or 100 and give your notice!
#26
tdogg;4759190
e2save phones are generally locked. got one yesterday (the 19 months free, with 400mins on O2.....great deal). and also got that quidco email someone mentioned earlier!

Can you let me know more about this deal like which phone how much you paying per month as I am looking some deal myself. thanks
#27
http://www.tmti.net/gadgethelpline/sitemap.html


right down the bottom, it has the option to cancel the gadget attached to the deal
the insurance would be a call to the company once you have the paper work!
#28
kumar1953
Can you let me know more about this deal like which phone how much you paying per month as I am looking some deal myself. thanks


its on the main e2save website, the offer is now only for 19 months free on a 24 month contract
http://www.e2save.com/orange-contract-phone/Sony+Ericsson+T303i+Pink+Clearance/19/T303PCL#o2tariffs

right down the bottom


http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/366199/o2-network-600-mins-3000-texts-free
#29
the £20 a month with unlimited interent 600mins and 1000 text online direct with o2 is better ,the phone is crap

http://shop.o2.co.uk/sim-only-simplicity
#30
Sounds like a good deal - companies will pay up to £11 for these phones (see MSE mobile recycling checker) and someone else in the thread says CEX pay £20 cash.

Never dealt with E2Save before so am a little wary. Assuming I only want this for 1 month - when is the best time to cancel? Does it need to be done in writing, on the phone, online?

I assume insurance is included - which company is used? Someone linked to that Gadget Helpline which I assume you get signed up to aswell, which can be cancelled online.
#31
Quidco now paying £50 for sim only.
#32
binz_81
Quidco now paying £50 for sim only.

That's dial-a-phone :thumbsup:
#33
xsazzyjayx
That's dial-a-phone :thumbsup:

Oops so it is.
#34
I ordered but having read about the text for £4.99 business, decided to cance (should have rad the comments first!) I called the customer services number but found a landline number from 'saynoto0870' 0150 615993 (this is the sales team, not the webteam which is closed until Monday) they asked why I wanted to cancel and when I said I wouldn't be prepared to pay £4.99 for a text message, they immediately said they would cancel and I would receive an email - haven't had the email yet but just noticed it had tracked on Quidco for £36.50 (which has, of course, subsequently been declined!) - seems like it would have been a good deal for anyone with the time to ensure everything is cancelled in time and to try and find some way of ensuring that they are not sent text messages (I didn't give my existing mobile number, but of course they will have the number for the newly purchased phone!)
#35
xsazzyjayx
That's dial-a-phone :thumbsup:


the dialaphone deal is better.. pays £50 quidco (£30 more than e2save for the same deal)...

DialaPhone are the UK's No1 specialist supplier of contract mobile phones.

**Cashback increased to £50 on sim-only connections until end of Tuesday. Also get a free Nokia 2630 with an O2 sim for a limited time only**
#36
guv;4762196
Crikey... that was a harsh ban!!! He even apologised!:thinking:

ban? who was banned and why? anyway
note with diala phone it says sim must be active for 2 months also am i reading things rights there £15 a month deal with nokia 2630 comes up at price today £39.95 so phones musnt be free? and the effective monthly cost as £59.95????
#37
where did you find out that quidco are paying £50 for the sim? still says £23.33 on my screen
#38
forget my post-just seen on another thread that it's £50 if you take the sim from dial a phone
#39
TGB
Sounds like a good deal - companies will pay up to £11 for these phones (see MSE mobile recycling checker) and someone else in the thread says CEX pay £20 cash.

Never dealt with E2Save before so am a little wary. Assuming I only want this for 1 month - when is the best time to cancel? Does it need to be done in writing, on the phone, online?

I assume insurance is included - which company is used? Someone linked to that Gadget Helpline which I assume you get signed up to aswell, which can be cancelled online.


cancel insurance -> cancel the direct debit on your bank account
cancellation i assume is a standard 30days notice to O2 directly..
e2save is great, used them for 5yrs and no problem...
#40
guv;4762196
Crikey... that was a harsh ban!!! He even apologised!:thinking:


lol.. they're suspended for breach of FS/Ft rules, not for the comments above :)

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