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LongPockets#1
There's £30.30 TopCashback on e2save contract phones, which will cover three more months of the contract, so you only end up paying for one month.
lucyberridge#2
Not bad got this on the higher £18 a months £7 after chashback plus my £30 quidco. Got 300min 1000 txts and all you can eat data. First time ive ever had a contract with "cashback" so im a little worried. ?
LongPockets#3
lucyberridge
Not bad got this on the higher £18 a months £7 after chashback plus my £30 quidco. Got 300min 1000 txts and all you can eat data. First time ive ever had a contract with "cashback" so im a little worried. ?


I got all my redemption on an e2save 18 month contract that expired a couple months back. No hassles. You just have to remember to send in the required bills. They won't remind you, so set up a calender alarm or something.

Edited By: LongPockets on Mar 16, 2012 15:01
renderman#4
If the handset was free you'd be able to cancel the contract and keep the phone.

Bit like taking a television on credit and saying the credit costs 100 a month, but the TV is free LOL
LongPockets#5
renderman
If the handset was free you'd be able to cancel the contract and keep the phone.


Not the way it works. You pay the contract price every month, to the service provider, then claim the money back by redemption from e2save by sending them certain bills. If you cancel the contract, you would have to pay a big cancellation fee (maybe you have to send the phone back too), and you wouldn't have the monthly bills to make the redemption claims. You aren't buying the phone on credit, you are paying for the service and getting the phone thrown in, so your analogy is inapt.

Edited By: LongPockets on Mar 16, 2012 15:55
lookatmywad#6
£1.66 P/M! Very tempting! The phone looks half decent too.

I'm not familiar with e2save; so I email e2save my phone bill every month and then after 24 months, I get the redemption (£9.99 X 20 months)?
Skybird#7
lookatmywad
£1.66 P/M! Very tempting! The phone looks half decent too.

I'm not familiar with e2save; so I email e2save my phone bill every month and then after 24 months, I get the redemption (£9.99 X 20 months)?

You don't have to wait 24 months to start getting your redemption.You start getting it back after 6 months and then every 3 months


Edited By: Skybird on Mar 16, 2012 16:50
Skybird#8
Does anyone know how easy it is to keep track of your usage on this phone.
Martie#9
Cannot find this offer on the site - only seems to be offering a more expensive contract?
LongPockets#10
lookatmywad
£1.66 P/M! Very tempting! The phone looks half decent too.

I'm not familiar with e2save; so I email e2save my phone bill every month and then after 24 months, I get the redemption (£9.99 X 20 months)?


You send only particular bills, every three months or so, which ones depends on the length of the contract. Not email with this company I don't think- I physically posted them photocopies. You have two months to do it and you get an acknowledgement. Some people use recorded delivery, but I just use second-class post, and if the acknowledgement doesn't come, I post another copy (but I never had to do this). You get the redemption in several payments over the life of the contract.
Syzable[mod]#11
Martie
Cannot find this offer on the site - only seems to be offering a more expensive contract?


Nor can i now. Must have filled their quota and finished it. Expired this.
Johnboy_1975#12
Refurb still available @ same price, also £80 auto cashback if you don't fancy the redemption hassle
smah#13
could someone please tell me that how exactly is this cashback things work as i never did it.Where can i find the bill ? Where do i need to send them & when ?How am i going to get the cash back?
smah#14
LongPockets
There's £30.30 TopCashback on e2save contract phones, which will cover three more months of the contract, so you only end up paying for one month.
How to apply that?

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