Samsung D900i - 12 months free line rental (12mnth contract) on Vodafone at Phones4U + £50 QuidCo!! - HotUKDeals
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**Deal is beack whilst Phones4U stocks last!**

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
Re-posting this for those who missed it last time. See the link in my signature for help, advice and tips for mobile phone contracts!!

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banned#2
so this is free?
#3
After you've claimed the cashback. Yes.

£480 - 6,8,10,12

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).

This will save you £480.00 over the duration of the contract. In effect this means that your average line rental per month over a 12 month period is £0.00 per month.

Please note: the above calculations are based on the basic line rental of the tariff and do not include itemised billing.
#4
I wonder why they (like a few other providers) dont allow you to port your existing number into a vodafone contract. This is the only thing stopping me getting this deal :(

Unless of course Im wrong and it is possible to do it directly with vodafone after you are connected?
#5
Looks like this cashback has the more stringent T&C's, i.e. "Any failed claim invalidates all future claims." etc..... (though that seems to be becoming the norm these days).
#6
Stompa
Looks like this cashback has the more stringent T&C's, i.e. "Any failed claim invalidates all future claims." etc..... (though that seems to be becoming the norm these days).


That is the norm these days I'm afraid. Only carphone warehouse don't but their offers are hardly worthwhile in most cases.

Having said that, your aim is to claim the cashback, so you shouldn't have any problem with the "Any failed claim invalidates all future claims" rule!! Also, 60 days is a long time to send in your claim. So actually, the T&Cs aren't that bad.

:)
#7
sokelly
I wonder why they (like a few other providers) dont allow you to port your existing number into a vodafone contract. This is the only thing stopping me getting this deal :(

Unless of course Im wrong and it is possible to do it directly with vodafone after you are connected?


I only know of one retailer who will port to Vodafone, however they've received very bad feedback on here and I wouldn't reccommend them.
#8
sokelly
I wonder why they (like a few other providers) dont allow you to port your existing number into a vodafone contract. This is the only thing stopping me getting this deal :(

Unless of course Im wrong and it is possible to do it directly with vodafone after you are connected?


I think you can do it "in store" - at least this link implies that you can do it in store but not for web sales - may be worth calling to check.

http://phones4u.co.uk/important-info/keep-your-number.asp

JohnB
#9
duckmagicuk2
That is the norm these days I'm afraid. Only carphone warehouse don't but their offers are hardly worthwhile in most cases.

Having said that, your aim is to claim the cashback, so you shouldn't have any problem with the "Any failed claim invalidates all future claims" rule!! Also, 60 days is a long time to send in your claim. So actually, the T&Cs aren't that bad.

:)



Agreed, t&c's are pretty good really. Usual now to lose all if miss a claim, only fair enough really!

I believe Simply3g allow claims to be made still if earlier ones are missed so CPW aren't the only ones allowing it.
#10
JohnB
I think you can do it "in store" - at least this link implies that you can do it in store but not for web sales - may be worth calling to check.

http://phones4u.co.uk/important-info/keep-your-number.asp

JohnB



Don't think it's possible either way, if taking this deal I think porting number will give you real troubles claiming cashback!
#11
Benjimoron
Don't think it's possible either way, if taking this deal I think porting number will give you real troubles claiming cashback!


It worked fine on my last cashback deal with CPW just provided the bill with the original number and bill with new number for first claim. I'll maybe wait and see if I can get a cashback deal on an operator they do allow number porting on.

Thanks
#12
Benjimoron
Don't think it's possible either way, if taking this deal I think porting number will give you real troubles claiming cashback!


Dunno about the cashback but P4U sales say - "yep - no problem, we can port to Voda on an in store sale"

JohnB
#13
i dont know how everyone can still trust phones4u

a company that says they can refuse payment at their discretion

what a joke???

dont bother, save the hassle and get a proper deal
#14
JohnB
Dunno about the cashback but P4U sales say - "yep - no problem, we can port to Voda on an in store sale"

JohnB


Yeah, store sale won't be anywhere near as good as this though!
#15
"a company that says they can refuse payment at their discretion"

Please explain...
#16
sokelly
It worked fine on my last cashback deal with CPW just provided the bill with the original number and bill with new number for first claim. I'll maybe wait and see if I can get a cashback deal on an operator they do allow number porting on.

Thanks



Yeah, it's ok if they allow it, CPW obviously did but this is Phones4u. Don't think Phones4u allow it so could cause problems!
#17
blakester
"a company that says they can refuse payment at their discretion"

Please explain...


It's somewhere in their t&c's. Wouldn't stand up in court unless they had a good reason not to pay you so don't expect it to be a problem. If you claim late or send wrong bill etc then you won't get your money back but everyone knows that anyway.
#18
What do people think about Phones4u in general ??

Aren't they the same company that used to own Singlepoint 4u ?? :(

Thanks
Daniel
#19
djblamire
What do people think about Phones4u in general ??

Aren't they the same company that used to own Singlepoint 4u ?? :(

Thanks
Daniel



Check the Phones4u feedback thread in the miscellaneous forum
#20
Can you ask for a PAC code. Buy it online then take it instore for keeping your existing number? I was a little confused as the guy at P4U online says not and look at T&C, go instore? Instore P4U says you can do it whether online or not????

Can someone get a definite answer...perhaps Duckmagic! I know your hot on these things...As I am interested just like a few comments from others above, however, I am unable to purchase as I would like to keep my existing numbers and I have a couple of contracts ending soon.

Any help would be appeciated.
#21
meraip
Can you ask for a PAC code. Buy it online then take it instore for keeping your existing number? I was a little confused as the guy at P4U online says not and look at T&C, go instore? Instore P4U says you can do it whether online or not????

Can someone get a definite answer...perhaps Duckmagic! I know your hot on these things...As I am interested just like a few comments from others above, however, I am unable to purchase as I would like to keep my existing numbers and I have a couple of contracts ending soon.

Any help would be appeciated.


maybe but may invalidate your cashback, if you do it get it in writing that it's ok. No offence but advice from here wouldn't stand up in court. Letter from phones4u saying it's ok would!
#22
djblamire
What do people think about Phones4u in general ??

Aren't they the same company that used to own Singlepoint 4u ?? :(

Thanks
Daniel


They're part of the same group (Caudwell).

I'm sure those of us who jumped on the Nokia 6300 12 months free deal in June will soon post their view of Phones4U if they try to wriggle out of cashback payments :-D

The first ones are due in September...........
#23
Regarding number porting, what if you are currently a Vodafone PAYG customer and just want to change this new contract phone to your existing number?
#24
Hi guys, just to add my bit (I used to work at P4U!) the ONLY time you can port into a Vodafone contract is at the start, and there is a period of a few days after connection where you cant use the new SIM at all- whilst the porting is going on (this is different to other networks).

Number porting CAN be done instore, but theres no way you would get these sort of deals instore. Online alot of companies dont seem to do it (including p4U) so I guess there must be a pretty good reason behind it....

:thumbsup:
#25
solunauk
Regarding number porting, what if you are currently a Vodafone PAYG customer and just want to change this new contract phone to your existing number?


Im not sure about this one it would be worth giving them a call, again it can be done in store instantly, but im pretty sure you cant online for the same reasons as above :(
#26
Chuckles1066
They're part of the same group (Caudwell).


Caudwell has been broken up. Phones4U is now owned by an equity firm, so I doubt they'd let the shares drop at all for any reason!!
#27
Benjimoron
Agreed, t&c's are pretty good really. Usual now to lose all if miss a claim, only fair enough really!

I believe Simply3g allow claims to be made still if earlier ones are missed so CPW aren't the only ones allowing it.


Maybe Simply3G do, but we've had very little feedback about their service whilst Phones4U is a highstreet store with a better reputation.
#28
duckmagicuk2
Maybe Simply3G do, but we've had very little feedback about their service whilst Phones4U is a highstreet store with a better reputation.



Fair enough, Simply3g have been fine for me, have had many problems with "3" contract that i got through them. Just making the point that CPW aren't the only ones to allow you to miss a claim.
#29
*Now Sold Out*

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