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After only having the not so good Nokia 2310 on 12 months free for the last month or so OSPS now have the Samsung d900 red and e900 on 12 months free (via redemption at 4,6,8,10,12 months). This is on o2 and there is a choice of tariffs ranging from £35pm-£45pm.

Also go through quidco for £33.50

This is a clearance phone so you won't get it in original packaging. However you will get all the accessories/instructions etc. Also this is on the price match terms and conditions but this shouldn't make a difference because as long as you are organised you won't be missing any claims.

In my experience over 6 contracts OSPS are reliable with cashback and as part of Carphone Warehouse are unlikely to go bust during your contract.

Forgot to add that you can also port an existing number on this deal, although you'll need the PAC at the time of ordering.

- Cheap_n_Nicety
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#1
I've got say I'm slightly disappointed by the response - I didn't think it would take almost an hour for this to go minus without reason :-D
#2
I haven't voted, but I would guess it's because of either:

a. Dodgy dealer.

b. Changing t's & c's.

c. Slow payments.

d. 2nd hand phone that's an 'Old' model.

e. Combination of the above.
#3
I'm new to on contract mobile phones, so does this mean if I dont use over the 800 minutes or the 500 Texts does this mean its all free for a year? and you get £33 quidco so quidco just gives you that straight away?
#4
thesaint
I haven't voted, but I would guess it's because of either:

a. Dodgy dealer.

b. Changing t's & c's.

c. Slow payments.

d. 2nd hand phone that's an 'Old' model.

e. Combination of the above.


a. As cashback retailers go OSPS are one of the best
b. t & c's are clear at start of contract
c.Payments within 3 weeks
d.Clearance phones are always in good condition and if you want a latest model you are not going to get 12 months free.
#5
BadBoyTC
I'm new to on contract mobile phones, so does this mean if I dont use over the 800 minutes or the 500 Texts does this mean its all free for a year? and you get £33 quidco so quidco just gives you that straight away?


Yes, you need to pay rental each month then be organised with you bills for getting money back.
#6
Cheap_n_Nicety

a. As cashback retailers go OSPS are one of the best
[COLOR="Red"]Not such a good reference. They are all crooks. OSPS may not steal from your gran like the rest, but they would your mum.[/COLOR]

b. t & c's are clear at start of contract
[COLOR="red"]Correct, but their staff do not seem to realise that.[/COLOR]

c.Payments within 3 weeks
[COLOR="red"]They state that, but how many receive their money in this time?[/COLOR]

d.Clearance phones are always in good condition and if you want a latest model you are not going to get 12 months free.
[COLOR="red"]Maybe not the 'latest', but definitely a 'current' phone.[/COLOR]


I haven't voted, but I would guess it's because of either:


I've now voted :thumbsup:
#7
BadBoyTC
I'm new to on contract mobile phones, so does this mean if I dont use over the 800 minutes or the 500 Texts does this mean its all free for a year? and you get £33 quidco so quidco just gives you that straight away?


Don't fall for the sales patter. :-(

In theory it works out free, but I advise you to 'Google' the retailer and the tales of woe their customers write about.
When MSE comes back online, check their thread dedicated to OSPS, it's not full of praise. :thumbsup:

quidco will usually take a few months to be paid, so no, not 'straight away'.
The stats aren't available for OSPS. :)
#8
ordered from e2save last week, same deal but £36.50 quidco, have had 3/4 phones from them now with no problems.
#9
Just a word of warning:
This sort of cashback deal was on Watchdog the other week. Not sure if it was this retailer or not, but its worth checking up on it before you sign up - it may end up costing you alot more than you bargained for.
#10
I can honestly say that I've been around here long enough to know that this wouldn't even get luke warm. However in response to some of the posts.

There is always one person who has either had a bad experience or found posting a bill a bit too complicated - no prizes for guessing who on this thread. They always say google "company name" and read the reviews. This is obviously not the fairest sample as those with gripes always let the world know. I prefer to go on personal experience and myself, friends and family who have gone with these over the years have had no problems.

As for the latest phones, no you don't get the latest ones but you do get good phones which as far as I am aware still let you do what 95% of people want a phone to do ie make/receive calls and texts:-D . If you're sucked in by the marketing hype of wanting a phone that will control the space shuttle etc these deals aren't for you.

As most people go into a shop and sign up for a tariff that costs this much anyway then there really is nothing to lose, however don't sign up for one that you can't afford to pay each month.

In summary 1000's of people have these deals with no problems at all and over 12 months get paid for having a free phone with lots of mins and texts. OSPS are one of the most reliable and I believe are used without problems by our very own Edi.

Also interesting to note that the only responses on here from people actually quoting their own experiences are positive. :whistling:

Anyway I'm going to get my thermals on for when this gets even colder.
#11
I can honestly say that I've been around here long enough to know that this wouldn't even get luke warm. However in response to some of the posts.

There is always one person who has either had a bad experience or found posting a bill a bit too complicated - no prizes for guessing who on this thread. They always say google "company name" and read the reviews.



Don't get upset, for the record;

I have got a lot of experience on cash-back deals, when MSE is up look at the thread for 'The Mobile Outlet', I am on that thread daily(same username)heavily helping out MSE members extract their money from a dodgy phone retailer.

:thumbsup:

Also interesting to note that the only responses on here from people actually quoting their own experiences are positive.


1 person :giggle:
#12
Cheap_n_Nicety


Also interesting to note that the only responses on here from people actually quoting their own experiences are positive. :whistling:


thesaint

1 person :giggle:


I'll hang fire on the '1 person' recommendation, it appears like they are talking about E2save and not OSPS. :whistling:

apk1
ordered from e2save last week, same deal but £36.50 quidco, have had 3/4 phones from them now with no problems.
#13
No, I wasn't getting upset about the posts its just hard to put "tone of voice" into them. Even with the help of little yellow faces. I know that a lot are very dodgy and all will refuse payment if you're not 100% on the ball, however with a bit of organisation the CPW companies are reliable. IMHO.

OSPS end e2save are same thing though so including me thats 2 out of 2 and a resounding 100% recommendation I reckon. :-D
#14
anyone bought one yet

plus my expereince with such terms are a rip off

basically - even if you post the original bill recorded protected etc
if they do not have the signiture to royal mail you are stuck

i have had some problems
#15
Does that make it 3 to 2 then?:giggle:

It's not the deal, that's great! It's how the companies try and get out of it by using silly excuses so as not to refund. Is it really worth the hassle of it all when it might turn out that you don't get your money back?
#16
cassieismydoggie
Does that make it 3 to 2 then?:giggle:

It's not the deal, that's great! It's how the companies try and get out of it by using silly excuses so as not to refund. Is it really worth the hassle of it all when it might turn out that you don't get your money back?


I'm only keeping score if its in my favour :thumbsup: and even then to be honest I'm not that bothered. It might not seem that way from my other posts though:roll:

In my experience the only hassle I've had is working at the dates at the beginning and then walking to the post office So yes it has been worth it, I've only used OSPS and E2save though and have ignored "good" deals with some of the other cashback providers. Even my mum has managed to get everything ok.

I might have thought different if I'd had any problems though.

A lot of my friends though are on normal, from the shop,£30-£45pm contracts anyway and aren't especially bothered about the model of phone so if they switched to this and messed up they'd still be £33.50 from quidco better off than they are now.:!:
#17
Just checked website and this offer has expired now although they have the clearance LG Chocolate on 12 months free instead.
#18
It's only advice to those new to the "cashback" contracts to be carefull, we all like a bargain but I don't like it when some companies play on that to make money.

I make aware because I care!:friends:
(oh my god! I'm turning into a rapper!:giggle:)

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