orange Broadband up to 8MB + Mobile Contract with 325Mins/150Txts anytime/net/month for £9.72/month - HotUKDeals
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This is fantastic deal, a huge saving of £689, do not miss it.

Orange Broadband: You also receive a Free Wireless & Talk Router (Orange Livebox) + a landline number starting with 0845 (free calls as well) absolutely free, no extra charges at all. More information on this here: http://freebb.orange.co.uk/offerinfo/ ***

Orange Contract Phone: Free Motorola Pebl phone + 500 Minutes + 500 Text messages to any network at anytime each and every month. ***

Here is how it works: Buy the mobile phone from http://www.mobileshop.com. Phone=Motorola Pebl phone with 8months free line rental via cashback, this is an 18month contract. After cashback you are paying £300 (10x£30). Use your original phone and sell the Motorola on ebay for £100+ that leaves £200 (£300-£100). Go through Quidco for another £25discount, that leaves only £175. ***

Call Orange tell them you just signed a new 18month contract and want the free broadband offer. They will take your details and within 14days you will have everything up and running. ***

If you paid for this seperately you would be paying: Orange Broadband=£18/month for 18 months=£324 + Orange Contract=£30/month for 18 months=£540, TOTAL=£864 subtract £175=SAVING £689. ***

Link to Orange broadband: http://freebb.orange.co.uk/offerinfo/ ***
Link to Orange Contract Phone at mobileshop: http://www.mobileshop.com/mobile-phones/orange/contract-mobile-phones/motorola-pebl.php/porangpebl0036 ***

I have a better deal than this but unfortunantly it has expired. However this deal is still here, so grap it while you can. I hope very much that this helps everyone. ***
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#1
www.buymobilephones.net has a few phones on 16months free rental slightly more basic than that PEBL admitedly, but offering a bigger saving and with value of phone and referral = 18months free rental with 18months free broadband too.

Mobileshop offer ain't bad, but still leaves £300 to be paid ultimately vs. £30-£40 max via buymobilephones.net
#2
Does this work? if it does thats crazy!
#3
gary_rip
Does this work? if it does thats crazy!
I've done the same but bought the phone through e2save who's cashbacks are (supposed to be) more reliable. BUT the first autocashback has not worked for some reason (chasing failed cashbacks is a real pain with e2save).

However, broadband is free (NB. 2MG cap but you only pay £10 -I think- more if you need an "unlimited" package). The connection has been reliable if not particularly fast.

Free evening and weekend calls through the Livebox are poor (quality is poor, I've been cut off a few times and you cannot always get a line).

The main risk is that starting the 18 month free broadband MAY result in the mobile package being "restarted". This will mean a new contract which the retailer MAY notice and which MAY affect resulting cashbacks. Probably too many MAYs for some people ?

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Ian
#4
It's far easier to do the Virgin deal that I posted some time ago. Yes it costs a little more but you don't have to worry about selling the pebl (you can buy them new for under £80). You also don't have to worry about cashback and an 18 month contract.

Take a look at virgin.net/freebroadband for more details.

It's £15 a month for 8mbps broadband and 300 minutes / 300 texts. There is no 12 month contract either, if you do cancel in the first 12 months they will probably charge you for the connection and modem package, that's all.
#5
Yes this does work, I have Canary 30 from buymobilesphones.net and I am on the Orange/Wannado crapped product. the max uncapped (FUP) product will be an extra £5/month from the 25th of October.
#6
Hi Guys,

Sure there maybe better deals out there but I can only say what I have experienced. I have been using mobileshop.com for the past 4 years and I am really pleased. Even if it costs a little extra I would always buy from them.

Never had any problems with any cashback. You just send the bill, they receive it and email you the date of the cashback. My payment has always been ontime through bank transfer.

My deal included 500 Minutes & 500 Texts anytime anynetwork per month. Also it included 12 months line rental free on a 18 month contract. I sold the phone for £112 on ebay. Ported my O2 number to Orange at no extra charge. Rang orange from my mobile phone (150) and activated the free broadband.

Everything up and running within 14 days.

What am I paying? At end of the 18 month contract I will be paying only £4.05/month, Total £73.00.

I have already recommended most of friends and received extra £30 for the referral.

Hope this helps.
#7
Muhammad
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Never had any problems with any [mobileshop] cashback...



I'm not saying your're wrong but how many successful cashbacks have you had while you've been with the Orange 18-month free Broadband deal ?

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Ian
#8
[FONT=Arial][SIZE=3]If you have a look on Mobilerainbow.co.uk they have some phones that are on an 18 month cashback line rental deal, so you get all this for free :) [/SIZE][/FONT]

[FONT=Arial][SIZE=3]Don't know much about Mobilerainbow so can't say if they are good with their cashbacks or not, but it might be worth the risk :thumbsup: [/SIZE][/FONT]
#9
grumpycrab
I'm not saying your're wrong but how many successful cashbacks have you had while you've been with the Orange 18-month free Broadband deal ?

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Ian


Hi Ian,

for this contract its only been a couple of months and my first cashback is at month 6 but remember cashback is paid from the mobile retailer eg: mobileshop.com and not directly through orange and as i said before never had any problems with them past 4 years.

I'v currently got 3 phones with them. 2 on O2 and 1 on orange.

I recommend them very highly.
#10
Nice Idea - (One for the parents still dialup!!)

Just need Duckmagicuk2/edi to work there magic and dig out some 18month free or nearly free contracts.

Best I could find was:-

OSPS
NO option in basket to add broadband
Refurb D500/W800i & new MotoL6 – 13months free
£30x5months=£150.00 less Qudico £37.50) £112.50 less sale of phone.
Sold two D500 last week £90 & £80.
e.g. £1.80 a month (sim card into old payg phone)

(we’ve had 5 completed cashback contracts and 7 running/part complete within the family, only 1 ever problem, sent one claim to early which they posted back and I resubmitted correctly and was paid in full. So happy with OSPS.


bymobilephone
Can add broadband in shopping cart.
K510i - new - 14months free (30x4months=£120.00 less sale of phone)
Pebl – new – 13 months free (£30x5months=£150.00 less sale of phone.
Less £20 quidco.

Not used bymobilephone so can’t comment on cash back but phone are new and not refurb.
#11
Is it ok to sell phones that you have got via cashback offers, I was toying with the idea of selling a phone I got via this that I didn't really like. I checked the terms and conditions and it said you have to remain the registered keeper of the phone to remain eligable for the cashback. I emailed but got no response. Not sure what it means being registered keeper of the phone, could I sell it and refuse the person I sold it to to become the registered keeper? Or could they just do it without me knowing and I lose all that cashback!

Thanks!
#12
Hi,

I have always purchased my contract phones from mobileshop.com. And within 3 weeks have sold the phones (14days to check everything is alright) Never had any questions regarding the phone. To be eligible for the cashback you have to remain on the same network, thats all, that way the shop receive the full commission.

However new shops are now making it difficult for people to claim for cashbacks.

Like for example:
for my cashback I have to send my 6 monthly bill to mobileshop.com, some other new shops are asking for all bills from 1-6 to be sent to claim cashback and if you cannot do that all your cashbacks will be void (6,8,12, etc).

After all if you dont send them the bills they dont have to pay you the cashback, which means a saving for them. So there may be a reason they might put in their terms and conditions that you must keep the original mobile phone they supplied you, just for an excuse to void you cashback claims.

I would recommend shops that have a good reputation with these cashback incentives.

You can read about feedback received from mobileshop by clicking on the following link:
http://www.mobileshop.com/customerservice/cash-back/comments.php

Hope this helps.
#13
Sorry I haven't been on today!! It is my understanding that you will only get free orange broadband if you contact Orange to create the contract. What you *can* do is take out a cashback offer and ring orange, but I've been told that they'd have to re-start your contract. This may mess up the cashback on the deal because the company may lose the commisions, I'm not exactly sure why but I did read that and it may explain why grumpycrab's automatic cashback didn't work.
#14
Muhammad
Hi Ian,

for this contract its only been a couple of months and my first cashback is at month 6 but remember cashback is paid from the mobile retailer eg: mobileshop.com ...


Hi Muhammad - sorry for my late reply. I understand and as long as none of the details that mobileshop hold about your contract have changed then you should be OK (some retailer conditions are very strict about this)

Orange will normally "restart" the 18month mobile contract when they start you on the 18-month free broadband. I've never got a definitive statement about what a "restart" involves but if the Orange contract number changes they may provide that back to the retailer and at that point the retailer may decide to stop cashbacks ...

I signed up in July with e2save and their first August £70 "autocashback" has not arrived yet. Apparently this is due to a problem at their end and cheques are being re-issued in the next 2 weeks. My guess is that CPW are trying to recoup their losses with Talk-Talk but I'm probably just being a little synical.

Cheers
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Ian
#15
Benjimoron
Is it ok to sell phones that you have got via cashback offers, I was toying with the idea of selling a phone I got via this that I didn't really like. I checked the terms and conditions and it said you have to remain the registered keeper of the phone to remain eligable for the cashback. I emailed but got no response. Not sure what it means being registered keeper of the phone, could I sell it and refuse the person I sold it to to become the registered keeper? Or could they just do it without me knowing and I lose all that cashback!

Thanks!


Anyone know the answer to my question?
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[size=2]this Suggested Offer Is A Load Of Crap. Reality Is U Wont Get Your Cashbak + The Most U Will Sell The Phone Is £30-£40. So As U Can See Not A Good Deal![/size]
#17
Cheers for this :-)
#18
Very tactfully said there sedd. ;-) I must agree, there's a HUGE risk that you just won't get your cashback. Worth a go if you were thinking of going for the Orange broadband offer anyway, but otherwise it isn't really worth the risk.
#19
duckmagicuk2
Sorry I haven't been on today!! It is my understanding that you will only get free orange broadband if you contact Orange to create the contract. What you *can* do is take out a cashback offer and ring orange, but I've been told that they'd have to re-start your contract. This may mess up the cashback on the deal because the company may lose the commisions, I'm not exactly sure why but I did read that and it may explain why grumpycrab's automatic cashback didn't work.


grumpycrab
Hi Muhammad - sorry for my late reply. I understand and as long as none of the details that mobileshop hold about your contract have changed then you should be OK (some retailer conditions are very strict about this)

Orange will normally "restart" the 18month mobile contract when they start you on the 18-month free broadband. I've never got a definitive statement about what a "restart" involves but if the Orange contract number changes they may provide that back to the retailer and at that point the retailer may decide to stop cashbacks ...
Cheers
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Ian


Hi Ian, No problem about the late reply, wasn't that late anyway :o)

Regarding the contract:
before I signed the mobile phone contract I did call orange to make sure this broadband free offer was still on. They never asked nor did I tell them, which retailer or what kind of offer (eg: cashback) I was signing. To be eligible for this offer I just had to sign an 18 month contract with a monthly line rental of £30 or more.

I called them the same day my mobile phone arrived. I rang them and gave them my details. Within a few days they sent me the Orange Livebox. I just connected that and within 14 days my broadband was active.

none of my previous details have changed, so I'm expecting everything to go as smooth as usual. Both my orange phone contract and orange broadband started at the same time and I have the same number, so again fingers crossed everything should be alright.

I just had a good experience with this cashback system and with this particular retailer and thought I should tell everyone.

Kindest Regards
#20
Does anybody know whether the free calls are voice over IP or landline?
#21
It's a mobile phone contract. You can call any UK mobile/landline. That's numbers beginning 01, 02 and 07. :thumbsup:
#22
duckmagicuk2
It's a mobile phone contract. You can call any UK mobile/landline. That's numbers beginning 01, 02 and 07. :thumbsup:
That i understand. But surely VoIP is free anyway, and so the calls wouldnt need to be paid for anyway??
#23
Original offer not the best but the idea is good, specially if you can find a phone with 14+ months for free.

Would try email retailer before taking out contract and get it in writting that it won't effect your cashback.
#24
c+srooney
Does anybody know whether the free calls are voice over IP or landline?


You get a second landline starting with 0845 which is connected directly to your livebox. You use broadband to make Voip calls but This phone does not have to be a special one like usb etc, any normal telephone can be connected to the livebox. Your original landline (eg: BT) is not affected.

More information can be found here:
http://freebb.orange.co.uk/offerinfo/popup/talk.htm

Hope this helps.
#25
Muhammad
You get a second landline starting with 0845 which is connected directly to your livebox. You use broadband to make Voip calls but This phone does not have to be a special one like usb etc, any normal telephone can be connected to the livebox. Your original landline (eg: BT) is not affected.

More information can be found here:
http://freebb.orange.co.uk/offerinfo/popup/talk.htm

Hope this helps.


I may have already said but the free VOIP calls (evening and weekends) are poor :- quality crap, calls drop and a free line isn't always available.
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Ian
#26
#27
sedd33
[size=2]this Suggested Offer Is A Load Of Crap. Reality Is U Wont Get Your Cashbak + The Most U Will Sell The Phone Is £30-£40. So As U Can See Not A Good Deal![/size]


Just to update, Here is a screenshot of last years cashback which I received: Click Here , Look at the dates, all as promised, it also includes 3 x £30 payments for refer a friend scheme. Highly recommended
#28
Ricky
It's far easier to do the Virgin deal that I posted some time ago. Yes it costs a little more but you don't have to worry about selling the pebl (you can buy them new for under £80). You also don't have to worry about cashback and an 18 month contract.

Take a look at virgin.net/freebroadband for more details.

It's £15 a month for 8mbps broadband and 300 minutes / 300 texts. There is no 12 month contract either, if you do cancel in the first 12 months they will probably charge you for the connection and modem package, that's all.



I cant find any details on that offer?
#29
bongbrain


bymobilephone
Can add broadband in shopping cart.
K510i - new - 14months free (30x4months=£120.00 less sale of phone)
Pebl – new – 13 months free (£30x5months=£150.00 less sale of phone.
Less £20 quidco.

Not used bymobilephone so can’t comment on cash back but phone are new and not refurb.


Are there any safe cash back offering retailers allowing broadband to be added from day one, like the deal above? If so that must be the best way to go?

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