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Samsung D900 : 12 Months free (12m contract) + £35 Quidco cashback !

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Samsung D900 : 11 months Free rental (12m contract) + £35 Quidco cashback Edit: now 12 months FREE on 12 month contract + £35 cashback via Quidco which is a Profit ! Samsung D900 is available fo…
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9y, 9m agoFound 9 years, 9 months ago
Samsung D900 : 11 months Free rental (12m contract) + £35 Quidco cashback

Edit: now 12 months FREE on 12 month contract + £35 cashback via Quidco which is a Profit !

Samsung D900 is available for 11 months Free on 12 month contract @ CoolNewMobile. Tariff is Vodafone Crossnet 500 & 250 SMS including 500 Cross Network Minutes & 250 texts/ month. Go via Quidco for £35 cashback which will make this deal equivalent to 12 months FREE on 12 month contract !

Cashback : £385.00 cashback, to be claimed in 5 stages. Very reliable cashback from CoolNewMobile. You need to send 'original' airtime bills within 30 days (by recorded delivery). You will get an email confirmation when the claim is received and another one when the claim is successful.

Samsung D900 : The Samsung D900 slider phone has a 3 megapixel camera with high resolution video recording in CIF format. It has 80 MB of internal memory with the ability to upgrade using a microSD card. The D900 weighs just 93g and as well as it's excellent camera features it also has a large display, TV out, a MP3/WMA music player, USB, Bluetooth, email and a document viewer for reading Word, Excel, Powerpoint and PDF files. The 3.15 megapixel camera is capable of taking photos at a resolution of 2048x1536 pixels and recording video at a resolution of 352x288 pixels.
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#1
So let me get this straight, sorry if I sound a bit dim here, but you would get a free phone and a years service for £35.00 ?

That's amazing.
#2
Spark
So let me get this straight, sorry if I sound a bit dim here, but you would get a free phone and a years service for £35.00 ?

That's amazing.


Thats right as long as you claim it back. Plus with quidco, the cost comes down to zero.
#3
Well I don't actually have quidco, I suppose I could register for it though, but I've always been a little questionable of those cashback things.
#4
Tried several times to phone CNM sales today about another offer, but no answer. Anyone else had this problem?
#5
Has to be said that am very surprised at the lack of interest in this!
#6
I think it's because they're really unestablished and nobody's sure wether or not we can trust them.
#7
Spark
I think it's because they're really unestablished and nobody's sure wether or not we can trust them.


If a merchant pays 5/5 cashback & on time, I would trust them. CoolNewMobile are very reliable for cashback payments. You need to send the correct original bill on time & by recorded delivery for your cashback to be successful.

Thanks Toybhoy :) When posting deals like this, its better to provide as much info as possible, both on the deal & merchant ...
#8
Tidied up the OP... :)


http://i179.photobucket.com/albums/w302/bucketandbucket/Samsung_D900.jpg
#9
edi
If a merchant pays 5/5 cashback & on time, I would trust them. CoolNewMobile are very reliable for cashback payments. You need to send the correct original bill on time & by recorded delivery for your cashback to be successful.

Thanks Toybhoy :) When posting deals like this, its better to provide as much info as possible, both on the deal & merchant ...


Right OK, but even without quidco, you're getting 11 months for free on a 12 month contract, what's in it for them ?
#10
They just want their commision for getting you to join Vodafone.

Given the negative press about cashback schemes on mobiles, it's not something I'm ever tempted by, but the deal itself is good, if you want to take a risk on getting those cashbacks.
#11
Addicted
They just want their commision for getting you to join Vodafone.

Given the negative press about cashback schemes on mobiles, it's not something I'm ever tempted by, but the deal itself is good, if you want to take a risk on getting those cashbacks.


To be honest, its not a big risk. Ive had full money back from e2save and OSPS from various contracts over the last few years. It does take a bit of effort but its worth it.
#12
OK guys, you sold me, I'm in and if I don't get the redemptions, I'll hold you lot responsible. ;-)

This will be my first quidco transaction as well, wish me luck.
#13
Spark
OK guys, you sold me, I'm in and if I don't get the redemptions, I'll hold you lot responsible. ;-)

This will be my first quidco transaction as well, wish me luck.


Heres the feedback thread on HUKD that was complied for this retailer.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=20791

I read through this myself and getting the recommendations before taking the plunge too!
#14
Bookmarked, thanks man.

So how does this quidco thing work, will the transaction automatically show up in there at some point ? It still seems a little too good to be true that I would effectively be getting one of the latest model handsets and a year's free service. :D
#15
Spark
Bookmarked, thanks man.

So how does this quidco thing work, will the transaction automatically show up in there at some point ? It still seems a little too good to be true that I would effectively be getting one of the latest model handsets and a year's free service. :D


yes it will show up in a couple of days as being tracked. remember to delete cookies and IE temporary files (including offline content) before you log in to quidco. good luck :thumbsup:
#16
I've had 3 out of 5 cashback claims so far with coolnewmobile :) but they do seem to be getting slower with each one .... was about 5/6 weeks seems to be more like 8/9 weeks now.. but as long as I get the cash eventually.. who cares !! I've even taken a new contract out with them as the last contract has just expired.. quidco payment came through really quickly :)
#17
Yeah I really just need a new phone, T-mobile have really been winding me up.

If this one turns out to be OK though, it will be truly awesome.
#18
does look too good from the reviews

http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews-all-104015.html
#19
[SIZE=2]What happens to the phone after the 12 months is up , can you cancel the contract and keep it? Could it be unlocked?[/SIZE]
banned#20
Hot contract deal, thanks
#21
rod147
[SIZE=2]What happens to the phone after the 12 months is up , can you cancel the contract and keep it? Could it be unlocked?[/SIZE]


Cancel the contract in month 11 (so it ends on time at no extra cost to yourself). As with any other contract once the period is over, the phone is yours... the D900 from vodafone may already be unlocked, if not you can buy/hire an unlocking clip off of eBay for around £5-£10
#22
zincy
does look too good from the reviews

http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews-all-104015.html


you mean 'does not look too good' ? I would avoid them after reading the reviews.
#23
octopus
you mean 'does not look too good' ? I would avoid them after reading the reviews.


Is that what he said?
#24
i have herd bad thing about these and they charge to get ya cash back and especially if you send the wrong bill

Administration charges
Due to the number of early claims, duplicate claims, incomplete claims and multiple claims, we will charge you £10 for each case encountered.
#25
Vodafone contract phones are always unlocked I believe.

I've never really paid too much attention to those review sites since nobody will ever go on them to post a good experience, only a bad one.
#26
Wish I wasn't such a cynic, but you don't usually get something for nothing. Someone tell me different.
#27
Welcome to HUKD zincy and kat926 :)

kat926
Wish I wasn't such a cynic, but you don't usually get something for nothing. Someone tell me different.


I still cant understand how cashback works and whats innit for the retailers, but it works :) Perhaps the retailers expect you to be poorly organised to miss claims...
#28
They will also make money if you go over the limit because 250 texts isnt really a huge amount these days.
#29
Just had a look at the terms, looks very complicated and dependent on getting documents back to them at specified times, looks too easy to get tripped up by these.
#30
If you went for a 12 months FREE line rental (12 month contract) deal or this D900 deal on Vodafone network with CoolNewMobile please read this for successful cashback claims. I’m leaving this info for everyone’s benefit after answering a number of PMs on this topic. This is applicable only for Vodafone contracts via CoolNewMobile (such as this D900 deal & Sony Ericsson W810i, Nokia 6630 etc).

Vodafone have dispatched the FIRST bill nearly after a month of the contract start date unlike other networks such O2, Orange etc where, the first bill is sent out within days of connection. As a result, the original bill you should send for each stage of the cashback claim is different. The scheme below is compiled based on the details provided by a HUKD member.

http://i179.photobucket.com/albums/w302/bucketandbucket/vodacnm1.jpg

As seen above, the bill for First Claim is the 4th bill which shows 120 days of connection and so on. Make one like this, based on your Date of Connection and Date on your First bill, for successful cashback. All cashback applications must be submitted within 30 days from the corresponding bill date and by recorded delivery to:

MOBILE AFFILIATES LTD
Claims Dept.
PO Box 8895
Bingham
Nottingham, NG13 8XA

A copy of the claim form can be downloaded here.

Please post if you have any further queries. Good luck. :thumbsup:
#31
Read the reviews here http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews106134.html.

not to good:-(
#32
Now I understand what they are getting from it. Unfortunately the majority of people working full time just don't have time to keep such a tight schedule on things.
Seems great if you have time, but I'll miss this one and just go for the straight forward bargains.
HUKD is a brilliant site and very addictive.
#33
yes octopus

it was a typo and meant to say it doesnt look too good sorry!

But deal sounds very hot though.
#34
I have a mobile via this company send your bill as sson as it comes as they mess you around and if bill isnt received on time or if u send wrong one on the 1st time that is it you cannot claim for the rest of year .

So If you go with this company please read the terms and contitions as if u muck it up thats it
#35
edi
Tidied up the OP... :)


http://i179.photobucket.com/albums/w302/bucketandbucket/Samsung_D900.jpg
#36
for someone currently using a Motorola K1 (KRAZR) would the Samsung be considered a step up or a step down?
#37
OK guys, you sold me, I'm in and if I don't get the redemptions, I'll hold you lot responsible.

This will be my first quidco transaction as well, wish me luck.

I strongly recommend you don't go for this deal, if you're not used to making cashback claims and even then I'd avoid this company.

If you miss a cashback claim you will lose all your cashback Added to this, the deal isn't even that good, I got a similar contract from e2save 6 months ago, d900 white, 10months free line rental and more quidco cashback.

This company breaks the law, they (last time I checked) charge you £25 if you cancel the order and send the handset back within the distance selling regulations alloted timeframe. Infact worse still, they state you're only entitled to send it back seven days from it being delivered when infact, under your statutory rights, you're entitled to send it back from 7 days after teh day it's delivered.

Any company that operates like this should be avoided.
#38
OK I'll give them a call in the morning and cancel it, thanks for the heads up.
#39
While I agree that you must be careful with cashbacks, CoolNewMobile only charges £25 if you do not inform them that you are returning the handset. If you call and tell them you are returning it, then there will be no charge, as per their legal requirements.

Also, I don't think Samsung released a D900 White. And was it 10 months free on a 12 month or 18 month contract. Are you sure you have the right phone sotomonkey?

And no, I don't work for CNM....just a fan of their deals
#40
sotomonkey
This company breaks the law, they (last time I checked) charge you £25 if you cancel the order and send the handset back within the distance selling regulations alloted timeframe. Infact worse still, they state you're only entitled to send it back seven days from it being delivered when infact, under your statutory rights, you're entitled to send it back from 7 days after teh day it's delivered.

Any company that operates like this should be avoided.


Misleading info .... No site will allow returns without prior authorisation :)


Before returning your handset, please call Customer Care on 08700 429066 option 4 in order to obtain authorisation and a reference number. You will then be advised of the address to return your handset.

Please note if you return a handset for any reason without obtaining an authorisation code from Mobile Affiliates Customer Care, then a £25.00 administration charge will be applied to your credit / debit card. Where you are returning a 3 phone this is reduced to £12.50. Mobile Affiliates Customer Care can be contacted on 08700 429066 option 4.

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