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Samsung D900i - 12 months free line rental (12mnth contract) on Vodafone at Phones4U + £50 QuidCo!!

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**This offer is only available over the weekend, so hurry!!** Phones4U have the Samsung D900i on their website on a great Vodafone tarriff with 12 months free line rental on a 12 month contract (afte… Read More
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1d, 1w agoFound 1 decade, 1 week ago
**This offer is only available over the weekend, so hurry!!**

Phones4U have the Samsung D900i on their website on a great Vodafone tarriff with 12 months free line rental on a 12 month contract (after cashback). So, for £0 (after cashback) you get the Samsung D900i (for FREE!), 12 months free line rental, 500 any-time minutes per month which can be used to call any UK mobile or landline and 500 text messages per month too!!

The Samsung D900i mobile phone is an updated version of the popular Samsung D900 released last summer. At just 12.9mm thick, the D900i mobile phone is even thinner than the original D900 but still packs in a 3 mega-pixel camera to take pictures of your favourite memories, Bluetooth technology to enable you to transfer images & videos. The Samsung D900i mobile phone also comes with a WAP browser, so you can download music and games. You can listen to the latest news and gossip by tuning into the Samsung D900is FM radio or turn on your MP3 player. The Samsung D900i mobile phone boasts an impressively large colour screen that is ideal for watching videos, viewing images and documents. With the Samsung D900i you can send and receive emails, SMS and MSM.

This offer works by cashback which you claim from Phones4U at four specified intervals during the contract, with a generous 60 days to send in your claim. If you wish you can purchase via QuidCo.com who will give you a whopping £50 in extra cashback, meaning that you are making a PROFIT of £50 on the whole thing!! Remember to cancel the insurance if you don't want it as it's quite expensive at £9.99 per month! As usual, send claims recorded/special delivery as soon as you get the bill and you'll be fine. Phones4U are a reputable high street retailer who are reliable for cashback.
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#1
See the link in my signature for help, advice and tips for mobile phone contracts!!

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#2
12 Months FREE
Send your 6th, 8th, 10th and 12th monthly bills within 60 days of the date stated on the relevant airtime bill, to us and we will credit you by cheque with £48 (month 6), £96 (month 8), £144 (month 10) and £192 (month 12).

Seems like pretty good terms aswell!
#3
Yep, none of these stupid price match terms or anything.
#4
can you port a number on to this deal? and how reliable are phones4u?
#5
Welcome to HUKD Oscar!

Unfortunately, you can't port numbers onto o2 or Vodafone with Phones4U.

Phones4U are reliable when it comes to paying out cashback, and they have lots of high street stores supporting their business too.

Duck.
#6
Phones4U are large retail, owned by 20/20 logistics (distribution company). so pretty large.

Im sure port a number voids the offer. but cannot confirm. someone clarify please.

"12 Months FREE
Send your 6th, 8th, 10th and 12th monthly bills within 60 days of the date stated on the relevant airtime bill, to us and we will credit you by cheque with £48 (month 6), £96 (month , £144 (month 10) and £192 (month 12)."

Does that mean its £16 a month? I doubt it very much for 500mins x network calls

Sorry my bad, hehehe.
#7
I make it £40 a month.

Looks like a great deal!
#8
duckmagicuk2
Welcome to HUKD Oscar!

Unfortunately, you can't port numbers onto o2 or Vodafone with Phones4U.

Phones4U are reliable when it comes to paying out cashback, and they have lots of high street stores supporting their business too.

Duck.


thanks, shame no good for me. need to port a number from orange. otherwise a good deal. :thumbsup:
[mod]#9
MUST resist!....
#10
Good find duck :)
#11
thir13en
Phones4U are large retail, owned by 20/20 logistics (distribution company). so pretty large.

Im sure port a number voids the offer. but cannot confirm. someone clarify please.

"12 Months FREE
Send your 6th, 8th, 10th and 12th monthly bills within 60 days of the date stated on the relevant airtime bill, to us and we will credit you by cheque with £48 (month 6), £96 (month , £144 (month 10) and £192 (month 12)."

Does that mean its £16 a month? I doubt it very much for 500mins x network calls


No, it's £40 per month with £480 cashback. About £9.25 per week before cashback...

You can't port onto vodafone with Phones4U or most other companies for that matter.
#12
This looks like a pretty good deal, but one (probably stupid question), all the bills are available online and you have to print them off and then send them away?

Looks like I can finally get away from my atrocious O2 contract, to a completely free one! :thumbsup:
#13
So does that mean you have to go six months before getting any cash back?

Strikes me that Phones4U are needing a quick cash injection to please the bankers.

They could just be another big UK retailer on the verge of collapse.
#14
How does this phone with its the Sony Ericcson K800i - which would people prefer?
#15
hi duck, thanks for the good find. if i decide not to keep the phone (i.e. ebay), will i violate the contract t&c?
#16
Can somebody please explain to me how this is a better deal that the Samsung 840 deal? The same shop, phones4u, the same tariff with the same mins and texts, with a 3,6,9, 12 cashback offer? The 840 is worth as much if not more I guess? Its 12months free, so you make £37.50 after quidco, and you get your money back earlier?
Or am I missing something?
#17
can you dump them after the years up?:roll:
#18
Ego
This looks like a pretty good deal, but one (probably stupid question), all the bills are available online and you have to print them off and then send them away?

Looks like I can finally get away from my atrocious O2 contract, to a completely free one! :thumbsup:


Yep. They are hoping to make money on the basis that people will forget to send them in or be too lazy. Just make sure you're one of the bunch that remembers.
#19
Ditto
How does this phone with its the Sony Ericcson K800i - which would people prefer?


I prefer the K800i because I'm a sony ericsson guy, and the camera has autofocus which produces some amazing pictures, but likewise this phone has a pretty decent camera, good MP3 player and a large screen too. Not much in it really. it just depends if you'd prefer a slider or not... the D900 is more stylish IMO.
#20
duongnt
hi duck, thanks for the good find. if i decide not to keep the phone (i.e. ebay), will i violate the contract t&c?


Nope, you can sell the phone on eBay if you wish, but remember that it's likely that it'll be locked to vodafone. Remember that this DOESN'T use the same unlocking clip as the D900!!

I'd advise you to put the SIM in anopther phone though to keep it active. I know people don't always do this but I think it's a good idea.
#21
seanjames
can you dump them after the years up?:roll:


Yep. You give notice at the end of your 11th month/beginning of the 12th to Vodafone. I think you can do it by letter of phone. Tell them that you are giving them the 30 days notice of cancellation date and want to cancel at the end of your contract.

You obviously get to keep the phone and can convert your number to Vodafone PAYG.
#22
can Stop The Clock be added to the tariff?
#23
duckmagicuk2
Yep. You give notice at the end of your 11th month/beginning of the 12th to Vodafone. I think you can do it by letter of phone. Tell them that you are giving them the 30 days notice of cancellation date and want to cancel at the end of your contract.

You obviously get to keep the phone and can convert your number to Vodafone PAYG.
after the year is up can the phone be used as PAYG on any network or is it locked to vodaphone?
#24
Sorry to rant, especially as it is such a good deal, but it is annoying you can't port your number...

I contact Vodaphone a while ago about this after seeing a similar deal on coolnew.... and vodaphone said it wasn't them but the shop..
oh well not willing to change my number each year..
#25
Confiteor
So does that mean you have to go six months before getting any cash back?

Strikes me that Phones4U are needing a quick cash injection to please the bankers.

They could just be another big UK retailer on the verge of collapse.


I don't think Phones4U are on the verge of collapse, in fact they were owned by a company called caudwell who were making £150million profit in 2005 and have sold off their business in a £1.5billion deal, with Phones4U going to the Providence Equity Partners. I would suggest that Phones4U will be around for a long time, with some healthy profits too.

You're right... it is like a 6 month loan for them which they can invest in things, but at the same time you might have forgotten to claim 6 months into your contract, which would be good news for them! Just don't forget and you're fine...
#26
oscar72
can you port a number on to this deal?

I use to work for t-mobile and Vodafone for BTMobile and you can port your number with them, I would suggest if you want to take up this offer it might just be worth ur while to ask in p4u and they will be able to tell you for defo. Im sure u can port your number with them.

This is a good find and im thinking of taking up this offer myself. Cheers Duck :thumbsup:
#27
lord donothing
after the year is up can the phone be used as PAYG on any network or is it locked to vodaphone?


The phone will most likely be locked to vodafone (not always the case).

You can buy an unlocking clip which should unlock it for £9.99 + £2.50 P&P from fonefunshop, but I'm guessing that they will be on eBay cheaper and you could probably all chip in and buy one for the HUKD members hehe.

http://www.fonefunshop.co.uk/Unlocking/samsung/e250clip.htm

When the contract is up you should convert it to PAYG, then if you don't want to stay on vodafone get the PAC code and you'll be able to transfer the number to any network.
#28
duckmagicuk2

You're right... it is like a 6 month loan for them which they can invest in things


Not exactly a loan since you pay your line rental to Vodafone and not P4U
#29
stuartw
Sorry to rant, especially as it is such a good deal, but it is annoying you can't port your number...

I contact Vodaphone a while ago about this after seeing a similar deal on coolnew.... and vodaphone said it wasn't them but the shop..
oh well not willing to change my number each year..


From their help page.

1. Can I port my existing number to my new phone?

You can keep your existing mobile phone number from your current pay as you go or contract phone when purchasing a new mobile package from Phones4.co.uk depending on which network you want to transfer to. If you are unsure of your eligibility to port then please use our porting guide.

We currently only support number porting when transferring to T-mobile, Orange, Three, Virgin and BT Mobile, but not Vodafone or O2.


Maybe it is the shop, but I only know of one retailer who do port to vodafone and people have had really bad experiences with that retailer cashback-wise...
#30
jakaraka
Not exactly a loan since you pay your line rental to Vodafone and not P4U


Hehe, that's a very good point. :) But, they do get a large amount of commission from Vodafone for connecting you to the contract.
#31
duckmagicuk2
The phone will most likely be locked to vodafone (not always the case).

You can buy an unlocking clip which should unlock it for £9.99 + £2.50 P&P from fonefunshop, but I'm guessing that they will be on eBay cheaper and you could probably all chip in and buy one for the HUKD members hehe.

http://www.fonefunshop.co.uk/Unlocking/samsung/e250clip.htm

When the contract is up you should convert it to PAYG, then if you don't want to stay on vodafone get the PAC code and you'll be able to transfer the number to any network.


It doesnt matter wether the phone is locked you can still port your number over! It can be done.
#32
duckmagicuk2
From their help page.



Maybe it is the shop, but I only know of one retailer who do port to vodafone and people have had really bad experiences with that retailer cashback-wise...

Its not the retailer that ports the number its the service provider, altho ur getting the deal from a retailer the service provider will change ur number for you with no problems it takes 5 days.

The reason they do this is because people want to take there number and if they cant take it then they wont go to the company.
#33
jakaraka
can Stop The Clock be added to the tariff?


As far as I know you can only get stop the clock for free on 18 month contracts with voda. If you want it on this then it is possible, but it'll cost you an extra £5 per month.
#34
Just phoned a p4u shop in the city center and they say you can keep the existing phone number.

To quote the assistant..
Tell the network provider work are paying for mobiles for everyone on the Vodaphone network but we need the existing numbers, you just need to give them the pac code.
#35
Ditto
Just phoned a p4u shop in the city center and that say you can keep the existing phone number.

To quote the assistant..

All service providers do give u a PAC code the only one that i think charges is Orange. but not 100% sure if they still do that :thumbsup:
#36
smashed
Can somebody please explain to me how this is a better deal that the Samsung 840 deal? The same shop, phones4u, the same tariff with the same mins and texts, with a 3,6,9, 12 cashback offer? The 840 is worth as much if not more I guess? Its 12months free, so you make £37.50 after quidco, and you get your money back earlier?
Or am I missing something?


Duckie.. can you answer this 1 for me please?? :thumbsup:
#37
Kirsty140385
It doesnt matter wether the phone is locked you can still port your number over! It can be done.


I know... I was just explaining that they can keep the number from voda if they want to change after the contract, which is what they asked.

Kirsty140385
Its not the retailer that ports the number its the service provider, altho ur getting the deal from a retailer the service provider will change ur number for you with no problems it takes 5 days.

The reason they do this is because people want to take there number and if they cant take it then they wont go to the company.


I know this too, but vodafone and o2 require the PAC code when you take out the contract and I think the problem will lie with either a cost to the retailer or it being technically difficult to implement this system online. As I say, no other retailers do the port either including carphone warehouse.
#38
duckmagicuk2
I know... I was just explaining that they can keep the number from voda if they want to change after the contract, which is what they asked.



I know this too, but vodafone and o2 require the PAC code when you take out the contract and I think the problem will lie with either a cost to the retailer or it being technically difficult to implement this system online. As I say, no other retailers do the port either including carphone warehouse.

and i was just letting everyone know that this can be done when starting the contract. Retailers do do this! as i said i worked for t-mobile and vodafone they do this free of charge and with no hassle all retailers do this ring them and you will see.
#39
smashed
Can somebody please explain to me how this is a better deal that the Samsung 840 deal? The same shop, phones4u, the same tariff with the same mins and texts, with a 3,6,9, 12 cashback offer? The 840 is worth as much if not more I guess? Its 12months free, so you make £37.50 after quidco, and you get your money back earlier?
Or am I missing something?


The Samsung E840 isn't as great a phone. It only has a 2.0 Megapixel Camera where the D900's is 3.0 megapixels. The D900 is an overall better design and has a bigger screen too.

Another thing is that the E840 has touch sensitive buttons which like to press themselves. the D900 doesn't have these.

Also, Phones4U have changed the T&Cs on the E840 so it's now got all of the claims in the second half of the year. It's exactly the same as this offer but with an inferior phone, unless you're more concious of style than technical specifications in which case the E840 is probably for you. :)

Hope that answers that one!
#40
Kirsty140385
and i was just letting everyone know that this can be done when starting the contract. Retailers do do this! as i said i worked for t-mobile and vodafone they do this free of charge and with no hassle all retailers do this ring them and you will see.


Maybe they port to vodafone instore then? I don't know, but this one's a special for this weekend (so no time to start requesting PACs now in a lot of cases) and only available online so we'll never know. :giggle:

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