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Sony Ericsson K610i on Video Talk 500 (3 Network) £15.00

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banned9y, 9m agoFound 9 years, 9 months ago
500 cross network minutes.

This should be £25 per month but is £15 for the life of the contract.

Available in urban grey or misty white

Online deal only.

I believe this ends 28/02

Sorry I'm not technical it just looked like a good deal, also I don't know how to show the image. Please be gentle as this is my first post!
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#1
Hi. Welcome to HUKD. I'm afraid I've voted this cold because ASDA do not run their own shop there I don't think, although I'm not sure who's sourcing their products there.

The same offer is available directly from Three themselves in the choice of grey or white. By ordering via QuidCo you'll get £70 cashback - that's £70 cashback ASDA are not offering here, hence it works out £60 cheaper to go directly to Three to buy this!!

Click here to go to the K610i at the ThreeStore.

Thanks for the pointer though. :thumbsup:
banned#2
I'm just glad to draw attention to the deal, no matter where people may go for it.
Thanks for your comments, I'll remember for future.
#3
duck magic.. the three site only offer 75minutes inclusive

still voted called as you can get the exact phone on a 12 months free contract from phoneboxdirect

400 Any network minutes, 250 Text messages, 25 Video call minutes, 25 Picture or video messages and £5.00 to play with

MonthlyCharge: £35.00

12 months FREE line rental on a 12 month contract - Equivalent after cashback

http://www.phoneboxdirect.co.uk/:whistling:
banned#4
Oh I've just checked the phones are supplied by Dextra accessories who apparently are part of the 20:20 mobile group (largest UK distributor or so it claims!) hope this is useful.
#5
Sorry, there are two tariffs available on the three site. One with 75 mins and 600 texts and then this one. I'll correct it.
#6
it is also an 18 month contract

where as free line rental is only 12
#7
findmeabargin
it is also an 18 month contract

where as free line rental is only 12


It's an 18 month contract. Line rental is £15 per month (half price) for the entire contract.
#8
sorry i didn't make that clear

duckmagic what i was trying to say is the deal that was posted is £15 for 18months

however the free line rental deal is only a 12month contract
#9
A tip with the Three £15/mth deals. If you already have a Three phone and are happy with it (maybe you are only on PAYG?), then sign up for the £15/mth deal and get the Sony Ericsson Z610. Reason being it seems to go for approx £170 on Amazon! We sold one last week (wife is keeping her U880 3 phone but just using the 500 mins/mth sim in it from this deal). As an existing 3 customer, I referred her so we both get £30 credit on our bills as well. Not forgetting the £70 Quidco!

The upshot is this deal is going to cost us £270 in monthly charges but we have got £270 back (£170 for phone, £30 3 credit, £70 Quidco). And the real beauty of this deal? No ******ing about sending 5th, 11th blah blah blah bill off in order to claim the cashback. Excellent!
#10
findmeabargin
it is also an 18 month contract

where as free line rental is only 12



Yes, but it's only free if you manage to satisfy the (usually!) very stringent cashback criteria and remember to send all the stuff off etc etc. . The Three deal demands no such jumping through hoops. A major selling point in my book.
banned#11
awww I'm getting colder and I only wanted to help :-(
#12
lets assume its £15 a month for 12 months thats 180 a year

with cashback you get your whole money back buy the end of the year so thats £0

guys using the free contact saves you £180 a year..

just remember to send the bills in - its really not that hard i have done it for the past 2 years and had no problems!

with phone box direct you send the bills in 5 times over the 12 months..

if theres any problems you just phone there helpline!

all you have to do is fill out a simple form and enclose your bill and send it to an address!

really don't see anything hard in that

those who say paying the £180 is easier is being lazy if you ask me...:?
#13
Juni2106
awww I'm getting colder and I only wanted to help :-(


:friends:

Awww.... at least you've started some healthy discussion about the different deals. lol.

I'm going to go and see if this LG Chocolate deal has been posted yet... if it hasn't then I'm posting it now and all of the other deals will be totally ignorable. ;-)
#14
findmeabargin
lets assume its £15 a month for 12 months thats 180 a year

with cashback you get your whole money back buy the end of the year so thats £0

guys using the free contact saves you £180 a year..

just remember to send the bills in - its really not that hard i have done it for the past 2 years and had no problems!

with phone box direct you send the bills in 5 times over the 12 months..

if theres any problems you just phone there helpline!

all you have to do is fill out a simple form and enclose your bill and send it to an address!

really don't see anything hard in that

those who say paying the £180 is easier is being lazy if you ask me...:?



I know what you are saying, but having to send 5 out of 12 of the bills to them, with the associated stress of worrying if they have it etc etc not forgetting the very real possibility that one of these companies could very easily go bust in the meantime (it happens all the time ans has been in the press again in the last couple of weeks) is just a bit long-winded. Plus, here's a point to think about; these deals can ONLY be viable if a decent proprtion of the customers forget to claim the cashback, if the ALL successfully claimed the cashback, then its bye bye company. I can see why people think they are great but I just think they are a little too 'shady' for me.

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