Samsung G600 Black - FREE CONTRACT: 12 months free on 12 month contract + £45 QUIDCO + possibly free mobile internet - HotUKDeals
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Samsung G600 Black - 12 month free cashback deal on a 12 month contract. This offer has been around for a while on the pink phone but it is now available in black.

The phone has a 5 mp camera and has lots of good features. Quite rare to get a phone of this high spec on such a deal. It is a clearance phone but in my experience (last 2 phones have been clearance), they are as good as new.

The contract is on Vodafone - 750 minutes and 250 texts. (I read something on HOTUKDEALS a while ago that the new vodafone tariffs over £25 include free mobile internet - will need to check!)

Need to send 4 cashback forms but you have 60 days to send each claim in.

Could be in profit of £45 QUIDCO!

Sounds like a good deal to me for a good phone!
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1 Like #1
good find!
#2
how are vodaphone when it comes to porting to them?

Also is the company reliable?
#3
The company is 'powered by 4u Group', which includes Phones 4u, so should be reliable
#4
I've been getting cashback mobile deals for years now and they have never missed a payment. You have to keep on top of them and be organised. I've used companies such as dialaphone, e2save, phones4u etc in the past and have had good experiences with cashback
banned#5
The phones4u group as a whole are being investigated by OFCOM as we speak.
#6
SHOWMAN36
The phones4u group as a whole are being investigated by OFCOM as we speak.


For what though?
#7
This company has been great for my dad.
#8
We went for a deal that was posted on here a while back from this retailer, free phone, 9 months free rental and a Nintendo Wii. We received the Wii within a month and have so far received the 1st lot of cashback, just sent off for the second, so its thumbs up from me!
#9
I bought a cashback deal from these and all was fine until they lied and said they did not get me recorded delivery claim not once but twice and will not pay out my cash back so dont trust these guys
banned#10
Dear Mr Echo;2098576
For what though?


Above the usual amount of complaints over services offered, Phones4u are apparently cooperating fully with Ofcom's investigation
#11
These cashback contracts are a risk, but if you're willing to chase payment then you can make a massive saving on the contract. If you don't get the cashback then all you've got to do is pay rather than it being free. As long as you accept those risks then they're great things.

Voted hot!
#13
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/175803/pushy-phones4u-sales/

This is about a recent call I had from phones4u (note this deal is about mobiles2yourdoor who are essentially the same company).

Thought it was relevant as it comes under the heading of mis-selling.
#14
mistry123
how are vodaphone when it comes to porting to them?

Also is the company reliable?


You can't port to Vodaphone with mobiles2yourdoor.

http://www.mobiles2yourdoor.co.uk/Help/faq-porting.asp
#15
from wikipedia...

The Samsung SGH-G600 is an ultra-slim mobile phone manufactured by Samsung. It was released in the UK in August 2007. Although fairly compact, it is not part of the Ultra Edition II line of phones.

It has 5.0 mega pixel camera, and comes with 1GB microSD free, depending on country of purchase. The phone comes with a free bluetooth headset, also depending on country of purchase, and is the fourth phone released to have the faulty sony-carlzeis lens megapixel camera.
#16
Went into 02 shop looking for an iphone, the guy got snotty if I asked the same question twice as we both found it hard understanding his strong Chinese accent...I awredee towl yooo thaaaat.
Upshot is I want a phone or pda that I can get online with in the middle of a field. Without paying through the nose. I heard vodafone do free on contract. But I just don't understand these things, and as previous comments on this site confirm..DON'T TRUST THE SALESMAN!
HELP!
banned#17
I know pretty little about mobile phones. Does this deal actually mean I can get a free phone and just pay £40 a month and every 3 months I make a claim for a refund of the £120 paid?

Does it also mean that I can make 700 minutes of calls & 250 texts PER MONTH for free to any landline / mobile for free too?

What's the catch if YES to the above?
#18
The answer is yes. I think they expect you to claim cashback in month 6, 8, 10 and 12. The catch is that you have to actually claim the cashback. If you send off your bills on time (you have 60 days to this in which I think is plenty of time), it should be no problem.

They are probably relying on you not to send in the cashback so they don't have to pay you. I've had cashback deals for years now from numerous different companies and I've managed to get every penny out of them!

I think if you are organised and you send it in, should be a good deal. It's not recommended for those of you who are forgetful. :)
#19
csiman
I know pretty little about mobile phones. Does this deal actually mean I can get a free phone and just pay £40 a month and every 3 months I make a claim for a refund of the £120 paid?

Does it also mean that I can make 700 minutes of calls & 250 texts PER MONTH for free to any landline / mobile for free too?

What's the catch if YES to the above?


I thought you would know about these things csi!

Basically YES!

I think the claims are at months 6,8,10 and 12 though.

Free phone, quidco, free calls etc. Standards calls only, not 08 numbers etc.

Only catch is that not everybody claims the cashback or does it correctly. Make sure you do it correctly and are prepared to chase them should they not pay. It's not difficult to do, just put your name and date etc on a form and send it with the bill it tells you to. Send it special delivery with consequential loss insurance for ultimate piece of mind (if you need to do a consequential loss claim make sure you do it quickly as there's a tight deadline, 14 days I think). Alternatively just send it recorded. Beware that missing one claim loses them all, so hope it doesn't get lost in the post!!!
#20
Benjimoron
I thought you would know about these things csi!

Basically YES!

I think the claims are at months 6,8,10 and 12 though.

Free phone, quidco, free calls etc. Standards calls only, not 08 numbers etc.

Only catch is that not everybody claims the cashback or does it correctly. Make sure you do it correctly and are prepared to chase them should they not pay. It's not difficult to do, just put your name and date etc on a form and send it with the bill it tells you to. Send it special delivery with consequential loss insurance for ultimate piece of mind (if you need to do a consequential loss claim make sure you do it quickly as there's a tight deadline, 14 days I think). Alternatively just send it recorded. Beware that missing one claim loses them all, so hope it doesn't get lost in the post!!!


The calls are to landlines and any network mobiles at any time
#21
snowflake12345
The calls are to landlines and any network mobiles at any time


I know! But they don't include 08 numbers or 09 numbers! And there are some numbers starting 07 that they don't include but they're generally call forwarding services so you'd usually know before you phoned one that it might cost you.
banned#22
I'm not forgetful but seems a little too much hassle. I just have a pay as you go phone which I put £10 on each year. Only use it for emergencies or incoming calls.

Makes me laugh how some of my mates are continually skint yet think nothing of forking out £600+ per year on a mobile.
#23
csiman
I'm not forgetful but seems a little too much hassle. I just have a pay as you go phone which I put £10 on each year. Only use it for emergencies or incoming calls.

Makes me laugh how some of my mates are continually skint yet think nothing of forking out £600+ per year on a mobile.


Not much hassle, you go to the post office anyway, it's just a case of putting a form with a bill in an envelope 4 times a year. You end up about £100 up on each contract as long as you remember to do it!

I make all my calls through the mobile for free. If you don't use a mobile much then it might not be worth it but it's easy to do.
#24
Benjimoron
Not much hassle, you go to the post office anyway, it's just a case of putting a form with a bill in an envelope 4 times a year. You end up about £100 up on each contract as long as you remember to do it!

I make all my calls through the mobile for free. If you don't use a mobile much then it might not be worth it but it's easy to do.


I agree, it's not much hassle to do if you need it. But it's not really worth it if you don't use the phone much, you will be better off on PAYG. :roll:
#25
blaster
I bought a cashback deal from these and all was fine until they lied and said they did not get me recorded delivery claim not once but twice and will not pay out my cash back so dont trust these guys


Recorded delivery is useless and not worth a penny.

Use Special Delivery with consequential loss if you want better protection.
#26
bigman2
Recorded delivery is useless and not worth a penny.

Use Special Delivery with consequential loss if you want better protection.


In that case special delivery wouldn't make any difference. I use it all the time but if they refuse to accept that they've received something even when there's a signature on the royal mail web-site to prove they have then there's not alot you can do about it other than take them to court!
#27
bigman2
Recorded delivery is useless and not worth a penny.

Use Special Delivery with consequential loss if you want better protection.


I never knew there was a consequential loss option for special delivery - it must be new?
#28
ibiza
I never knew there was a consequential loss option for special delivery - it must be new?


Don't think it's that new, but most people in the post office don't know about it. I have an argument everytime as they tell me that it's already insured, I tell them I need consequential loss insurance and have to explain what it is and that it costs extra. They eventually find it on their system.

Used to be easier to explain as it was on the back of the silver slips but they don't seem to use them anymore.
banned#29
I expired and spammed yours formaking fun of me
#30
I asked in the local Vodafone shop, if you get the free internet access on the 12 month contract, the girl checked the system and said NO, it's only on 18 month contracts.

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