Samsung G600 - 11 months free line rental on a 12 month vodafone contract - 500mins & 500 texts (M2YD) - HotUKDeals
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Just two weeks on from the Nokia 6300 deal, Phones4U subsidiary Mobiles2YourDoor has once again shone through with a stunning 11 months free deal!

Mobiles2YourDoor have the great Samsung G600 for free on a 12 month Vodafone contract with 11 months free line rental!! So, for £40 (after cashback) you get the Samsung G600 (for free), 12 months line rental, 500 any time, any network minutes and 500 text messages per month. That's a free phone and a year's contract for just £40, after which time you can cancel.

The Samsung G600 has proven that mobile phones don't necessarily need to be oversized, over weight and bulky in order to be classed as a high quality, high specification camera phone. Through the G600, Samsung have created a handset that incorporates a 5 Mega pixel camera plus many other features in a mobile phone that is, incredibly, just 14mm thick. Samsungs reputation for producing high spec handsets in small packages is only going to be further enhanced through the Samsung G600 mobile phone. Compact and ultra stylish in its design, the Samsung G600 mobile phone really has broken the mould. If you want a high end specification mobile phone and do not wish to compromise on design, then the Samsung G600 is certainly the mobile phone to keep image conscious technology enthusiasts happy. Additionally, the Samsung G600 will come supplied with a 1GB memory card, Bluetooth headset, and the latest image editing technology.

This offer works by cashback which you claim from Mobiles2YourDoor at specified intervals. You have a brilliant 60 days to send the claim. You must have paid each bill in its entirety, so please only use this deal if you can afford to pay the bills on time and remember to keep on top of the cashback. Use recorded delivery when sending the claims. Mobiles2YourDoor are a part of the Phones4U group and are reliable when sending cashback.

Purchase via QuidCo.com for £45 cashback - that's £5 profit on the whole thing.

**Remember to decline/cancel the insurance that they try to give you as it can be very expensive at £7.99 per month!!**
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#2
Great phone. I have got this same deal with an Orange tariff.

Remember Quidco , gets you £45 cashback from Mobiles2yourdoor too!
#3
You can get about £150 on eBay for it.

Usually these 11 month cashback deals comes with a mobile phone that you can get for £30. This seems a bit better.
#4
It does get very good reviews and is praised as one of Samsung's best phones yet. What do you think of the camera? It's 5 megapixels - surely some competition for the K850i??!!
#5
What does that have to do with this deal at all? :? Entirely different company - that was a small retailer where as M2YD is owned by Phones4U, a reputable high street retailer.
#6
duckmagicuk2;1554056
What does that have to do with this deal at all? :?


Think they got confused between Phones2yourdoor and Mobiles2yourdoor :)
#7
duckmagicuk2;1554056
M2YD is owned by Phones4U, a reputable high street retailer.

Is that correct (I am not suggesting that it is not) ? I only ask because CNM and PBD traded off the P4U name which appeared on their website, but close reading showed that they were not owned but supplied by P4U.
#8
Its states its a clearance phone, are they returns or refurbished?
#9
"All clearance handsets are pre-owned handsets that have been returned and have been tested and fully re-conditioned by our engineers to make them look and operate ‘as good as new’. All our clearance handsets are supplied with a 12-month warranty."

Still a good deal voted hot:thumbsup:
#10
FF99
Is that correct (I am not suggesting that it is not) ? I only ask because CNM and PBD traded off the P4U name which appeared on their website, but close reading showed that they were not owned but supplied by P4U.


Yes. Their site was misleading. They were actually supplied by Caudwell Communications Group, who owned Phones4U as well as a company called Dextra Solutions. It was dextra who was a supplier to CNM and PBD... although the two sites did play it up to suggest that they were owned by Phones4U!!

The Caudwell Group employed 8,000 workers worldwide. The company was sold for £1.5 BILLION in 2006 to private equity firms Providence Equity Partners and Doughty Hanson.

I'd say for this reason alone that Phones4U and M2YD are safe as neither of those firms will let a company worth anywhere near that amout slip... :)
#11
Got this phone from the same supplier in December.

Looks like it's brand new with all box / leads etc.

Cracking phone. Great screen size. Still haven't read the manual though...

Nice and compact with lots of camera functions.

No games on it, and looks difficult to add some.

Loads of nice features on it. I didn't get the same minutes / texts quota, but I don't go over anyway.

Deffo recommend - get lots of envious looks when using it.

I got mine on Orange and ported my number over, plus got 3 months evening and weekend free tinternet.

Not had reason to contact M2YD, but the phone came within a couple of days.
#12
How can they afford do this when Vodaphone do not offer it?

Secondly I have less than a month to go with 3. Can I port my number now and how long do I have to register it with Vodaphone. I am thinking of snapping up this offer now and registering the current number asap.
#13
doublekite
How can they afford do this when Vodaphone do not offer it?

Secondly I have less than a month to go with 3. Can I port my number now and how long do I have to register it with Vodaphone. I am thinking of snapping up this offer now and registering the current number asap.


I dont think you can transfer your '3' number over to Vodafone on this deal! If you know any different please let me know as that is what I am looking to do.
#14
Red Devil
I dont think you can transfer your '3' number over to Vodafone on this deal! If you know any different please let me know as that is what I am looking to do.


Yes read the porting blurb, they cannot port to Vodaphone or O2. Shame, but will still go for it I think.
#15
doublekite
How can they afford do this when Vodaphone do not offer it?


They get commissions from Vodafone and the insurance company and rely on people forgetting to claim.

Just decline/cancel the insurance, stay on top of things, send by recorded delivery and be organised and you will be fine. :)
#16
duckmagicuk2
They get commissions from Vodafone and the insurance company and rely on people forgetting to claim.

Just decline/cancel the insurance, stay on top of things, send by recorded delivery and be organised and you will be fine. :)


Just ordered through Quidco. Excellent deal. Many thanks for the post.
#17
duckmagicuk2
What does that have to do with this deal at all? :? Entirely different company - that was a small retailer where as M2YD is owned by Phones4U, a reputable high street retailer.


Not the first time this cjendi has done this. The guy probably lost money by not doing his homework and buying from phones2yourdoor.

Once again he is not doing his homework and putting up his tirades on threads where the braganis are nothing to do with phones2u.

CJENDI : MOBILES2YOURDOOR ARE OWNED BY (NOT AFFLIATED TO) PHONES4U. THEY ARE NOTHING TO DO WITH PHONES2U or PHONES2YOURDOOR !!!!!! NOW STOP YOUR SPAM !
#18
Glad you like it. :) Best of luck with everything, let us know how you get on and what the phone is like, etc!!
#19
**EDIT by ducky: we don't allow links to these affiliate sites on HUKD and those deals were from 2006!**
#20
If you miss a cashback claim, are all subsequant claims no longer valid?

If not, then i'm buying!
#21
terrific deal. Shame Vodafone's data tarriffs aren't that great. This would do me for my next 12 months network for my iPhone.
#22
cashback offers *nightmare*, One small mistake (i sent 1 statement instead of all my statements) cost me over £300.

Then they refused my wifes one as we had moved house? (another £300)
avoid, avoid, avoid!

They offer these deals because they can squirrel out of half the cashback they offer. You may be are organized enough to have a 75% chance of claiming without any errors, but think how much it will cost if you make a slip...
I reckon you should get a cheap handset (like the k800 for £40) and Pay as you go at 15p/min to all networks. (e.g. t-mobile).

(Or get an Iphone and just pay £1000 for the nicest phone out there.)
No stress. Little expense. Stuff the mobile industry.

They *hate* PAYG as they earn so little from it!
#23
Red Devil
I dont think you can transfer your '3' number over to Vodafone on this deal! If you know any different please let me know as that is what I am looking to do.


PLEASE PEOPLE DO NOT BUY FROM THESE COMPANIES AS LIKE MANY OTHER PEOPLE WHO HAVE LOST THERE MONEY AS THESE COMPANIES GO BUST AFTER SIGNING PEOPLE AND TAKING THERE MONEY ..
#24
I brought a 12 month contract with 12 months vodafone cashback from buymobilephones.com and they have paid EVRY SINGLE CLAIM back into my account with prompt and swift replies to emails and queries. I would thoroughly recommend a cashback deal. As long as you stay on top of things which is not that hard it can be done.

Secondly I got the Nokia 6300 from Mobiles2yourdoor on a 18 month orange contract with unlimited texts and 500 any network mins and got sent a free 32" Mirai HD tv. It came first class recorded delivery about two weeks after ordering and I have had no problems at al from this company, they have been really reliable.

P.S. on a slightly sour note to the whole post, as soon as a got my phone I started getting the odd spam text that was costing me money from the pay per download sites. Unsure how they got my number as i had not given it to anyone at this point. So I don't know if M2YD gave my number to third parties but all it took was a little STOP message to the number and they stopped :) Oh and don't use delivery reports, i was unaware of the charge of 1p each, which may sound nothing, but when you have unlimited texts and send 1000 odd a month it soon adds up!

But recommend both buymobilephones.com and Mobiles2yourdoor, both good sites!
#25
out of topic... i bought a U600 last aug from mobile2udoors. The claim date's 11/02/08, but i receive bills 24th of every month. They ask to wait until the valid date and then send the form with the MOST RECENT NETWORK BILL. Does that mean i should send 24/01/08's bill when i send it next week (11/02/08)? But i do heard from somewhere that the bill should be dated AFTER the claim date.

I
#26
ReflexReact;1554863
If you miss a cashback claim, are all subsequant claims no longer valid?

If not, then i'm buying!


T&C's, Section 12:
"Please not that where multiple redemptions are required, any failure to make one redemption invalidates all future redemptions."

http://www.mobiles2yourdoor.co.uk/help/help_terms.asp

You just need to stay on top of them all year then...
#27
chringo
T&C's, Section 12:
"Please not that where multiple redemptions are required, any failure to make one redemption invalidates all future redemptions."

http://www.mobiles2yourdoor.co.uk/help/help_terms.asp

You just need to stay on top of them all year then...


very important cluase....can ****** all future claims
#28
duckmagicuk2
Just decline/cancel the insurance, stay on top of things, send by recorded delivery and be organised and you will be fine. :)


Ha got a contract with M2YD over the new year - Hard to cancel insurance.

Phoned up - tried to cancel they said I had to wait till my free 3 months was up.
Was then harassed twice in one day by some other company wanting me to pay 18 months 9.99 insurance that they thought I had (was 6.99 12mnth) in one go and get it cheaper.
Told them I tried to cancel, they said if I wanted to I had better hurry up as you have to do it within 7 days or face the length of the 12mnth insurance CONTRACT - so I tried to cancel again and managed it (forcefully)

Over the next two weeks i was called once, twice or three times a day, every working day by companies trying to sell me insurance cheaper than what they thought I had (which was wrong and I had cancelled). Its very annoying - they are rude too, I say I don't want it, they say "if you want to waste your money, thats up to you sir!"

One guy even said "We charge UNDER THE ODDS for INSURANCE!!!" That made my say haha. They dont seem to get it that I pay their saleries as they charge over the odds.
But the calls have now stopped, after about 2 weeks of on average 2/day 5days/week...
#29
cjendi
so when you say different company whats it got to do with them, its because these firms are still taking orders...............


Because they are a different company and still going strong? Where have you "been"? Which address?
#30
generally I prefer to deal with the networks direct were-ever possible

Don't get such good deals but at least its easier to get things fixed when something goes wrong.
my w850i had to be repaired twice but I just took it down the local vodafone store and they sorted it for me (i'm on vodafone, and i got it directly from them)
#31
They don't take Visa ****** Electron, even though the logo is in the footer.

Ash
#32
I would NOT trust any Phones4U subsidiary (Caudwell Group) after one registered themselves bankrupt, namely, PhoneBoxDirect. My friends and I have lost a lot of money so DO NOT touch it with a barge pole. Dont say I didnt warn you.
#33
Navcity
I would NOT trust any Phones4U subsidiary (Caudwell Group) after one registered themselves bankrupt, namely, PhoneBoxDirect. My friends and I have lost a lot of money so DO NOT touch it with a barge pole. Dont say I didnt warn you.


Have you read the previous posts?
#34
sound like a good offer. voted hot

Just abit of advice needed. I have been offered by vodafone a brand new g800 for £15 per month and the phone ffor free, also only a 12 month contract. ill get 150min and 100 text.

sound like a good deal anyone? seems pretty good to me. Anyone know ehre i can get a better deal or if the phone is any good.

thyanks
#35
im going to go for this deal, even tho i still have 2 months left on my contract with 3.

but the thing i really need is to transfer my number over, i know i need to request the pac code from 3 first, but does anybody know if i can start that vodafone contract now (before the offer might end) and then give them my pac number in a few days time or is it that i will definetley need that pac number before i even start the contract?

thanks
#36
Quick question about this deal,
I will be moving to Hong Kong for 2 mouths into this contract, how would this affect the cash back process?
( note: i will be able to send recorded delivery from Hong Kong )
I really need a new phone.
#37
patrickyuis
im going to go for this deal, even tho i still have 2 months left on my contract with 3.

but the thing i really need is to transfer my number over, i know i need to request the pac code from 3 first, but does anybody know if i can start that vodafone contract now (before the offer might end) and then give them my pac number in a few days time or is it that i will definetley need that pac number before i even start the contract?

thanks


Mobiles2YourDoor do not allow you to port your number from 3 or indeed any other network to Vodafone.Check their T&Cs regarding porting.
#38
patrickyuis
im going to go for this deal, even tho i still have 2 months left on my contract with 3.

but the thing i really need is to transfer my number over, i know i need to request the pac code from 3 first, but does anybody know if i can start that vodafone contract now (before the offer might end) and then give them my pac number in a few days time or is it that i will definetley need that pac number before i even start the contract?

thanks


Never understand why people are so insistant on keeping there number?

How many people have your number?

As 90+% of people who have my mobile number have a mobile phone themselves just write a quick text (feel free to use this one) " Hi it's (Your name) and I have changed my number to (put in new mobile number). " and send to all.

Then all you have to do is call the tiny amount of people you know who don't have a mobile(like your gran) a quick call and say (once again you can use my words if you wish) " Hi (insert name) it's (your name) grab a pen and paper as I have a new number, it's (insert new number) " Easy!

So now everybody you know has your new number and what, you've used, 50-100 texts and 50-100 min.

Life is hard!:whistling:
#39
I would avoid any cashback deal with anyone after phoneboxdirect con.

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