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Samsung E840 : 12 months FREE (12m contract) + £35 Quidco profit !

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Samsung E840 : 12 months FREE (12m contract) + £35 Quidco profit ! Samsung E840 [2 megapixel camera, MP3 player and Bluetooth support] is available for 12 months Free on 12 month contract @ CoolNewMo… Read More
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Samsung E840 : 12 months FREE (12m contract) + £35 Quidco profit !

Samsung E840 [2 megapixel camera, MP3 player and Bluetooth support] is available for 12 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 is a profit !

Cashback : £420.00 cashback, to be claimed in 5 stages. Very reliable cashback from CoolNewMobile which I can personally vouch. 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 E840 : Samsung presents the SGH-E840, a ultra slim slider phone. The Samsung SGH-E840 has a 2.22-inch 260k color TFT LCD display, a 2 Megapixel camera, media player supporting multi-format music and video, Bluetooth with A2DP and a microSD card slot. The E840 has built-in document viewer and NetFront 3.4 browser.
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#1
http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=78231&highlight=e840

Same thing available from Phones4u but with £60 quidco instead of £35. Also only 4 claims needed so saves on time and postage costs. The claims start at 3 months instead of 4 so you get your money back more quickly. I would trust Phones4u more as they have stores everywhere so can't just disappear over night. Not saying that coolnewmobile are unreliable, just I would be more inclined to trust Phones4u.

EDIT - Oh, and 500 texts too rather than 250!
#2
Yeah, because Quidco never fail to track and pay up do they.
#3
but u sure phones4u will not messup on the terms and conditions
#4
monkeyboy129
Yeah, because Quidco never fail to track and pay up do they.



I assume you are being sarcastic?

What would you rather have, a chance of getting £35 quidco or a chance of getting £60 quidco? I'd rather have a chance of getting £60!

There are plenty of other reasons for choosing the Phones4u one, but it all depends on how much you trust each retailer. Personally I would trust Phones4u more but there are a few people who have lost faith in them recently because of the 6300 deal.

It's your choice so please don't try to make me look silly as I have offered an alternative.
#5
A little touchy there! You don't work for Quidco or something do you?
Nothing wrong with the alternative at all (in fact it's very nice) but where I was coming from is that Quidco money is not a sure thing.
Are Quidco the ONLY cashback site then... why not just rename the site as hotukquidcodeals since quidco gets a mention in just about every post!
If you want a chance at getting 60 quid then get a lottery ticket.
#6
mushyg99
but u sure phones4u will not messup on the terms and conditions


Personally I am happy with the deal that I got and I am on the t&c's that I signed up to. Obviously I am not able to guarentee what Phones4u will do with your t&c's. So long as you keep a copy of what you signed up to then even if they do not agree so long as you have stuck to your t&c's you will win at a small claims court against them. It's unlikely to ever come to that, if they send you the wrong claim form just phone them up, speak to the manager and explain the situation and ask them what they are going to do about it. They answer they should give is that they'll send the correct form out to you. Record the call so that you have it as evidence. If they then don't send you the correct form then you have proof that they should so either phone back again or maybe visit a store and tell them that you are holding them responsible for fixing the problem otherwise you'll be forced to explain to all their customers in the shop what Phones4u have done. That should get them sorting it out pretty quickly. The store won't want you keep coming back and annoying their customers so they'll sort it or kick you out. If they kick you out then they're gonna get a great write up in a newspaper for it!!!
#7
monkeyboy129
A little touchy there! You don't work for Quidco or something do you?
Nothing wrong with the alternative at all (in fact it's very nice) but where I was coming from is that Quidco money is not a sure thing.
Are Quidco the ONLY cashback site then... why not just rename the site as hotukquidcodeals since quidco gets a mention in just about every post!
If you want a chance at getting 60 quid then get a lottery ticket.


I don't work for quidco.

Quidco are not the only cashback site but they offer the highest rates, fullstop.

Why would I spend £1 on a lottery ticket to get a chance at £60 when I can spend nothing on a mobile phone contract and get a much better chance (99% compared to like 0.0001% on the lottery) of getting £60 back. And at the same time getting the phone and the contract for a year for free. Does the lottery ticket offer the same?

You're starting to wind me up, if you don't want to buy then don't. It's no skin off my nose. Quidco offers £60, either take it or don't. Don't moan at me because there is a small chance you won't get it. Don't tell me to buy a lottery ticket instead, did you even think that through?
#8
[SIZE=2]99% ? hmmm[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]You could put your money in a fruit machine - they have a guaranteed pay out I think.[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2][/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]Look, chill out. Nobody was saying you are a fool. Nobody was moaning. Nobody was suggesting you are anything other than a lovely person.[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]If I want to point out that Quidco are not a sure thing then I will - and I did, fullstop.[/SIZE]
#9
Please keep this on topic :) Thanks. If you want to discuss QuidCo or other cashback sites, please do so in the Miscellaneous forum, where there's already a thread for this.
#10
monkeyboy129
[SIZE=2]99% ? hmmm[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]You could put your money in a fruit machine - they have a guaranteed pay out I think.[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2][/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]Look, chill out. Nobody was saying you are a fool. Nobody was moaning. Nobody was suggesting you are anything other than a lovely person.[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]If I want to point out that Quidco are not a sure thing then I will - and I did, fullstop.[/SIZE]



I have got approx 99% of the money out of quidco and i think most others would agree. So in this case it costs you nothing and you have a 99% chance of getting £60 back.

Now you suggest putting money in a fruit machine. That costs you a pound and you generally have approx 70% chance of getting your pound back. So put £100 in and you should come back with £70 making a loss of £30. How's that for a guarenteed pay-out.

I am sorry if I have misunderstood your remarks to be moaning and trying to make it look like it's a bad deal as the quidco isn't guarenteed. That's they way it looked to me. Your other two suggestions as alternatives were just silly, spend money to get virtually nothing back. Or take a 99% chance on quidco? I assume from your comments that you'd rather play the lottery and fruit machines than use quidco?

Do you use quidco? If not then you're kissing alot of money goodbye!

EDIT - No further discussion on quidco. Will keep on track.

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