Sony Ericsson K750i - 12 months free line rental offer on o2 - HotUKDeals
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The Mobile Outlet have the exciting Sony Ericsson K750i, similar in specification to the highly acclaimed W800i walkman phone, on 12 months free line rental after a 12 month contract offer. It's on the o2 network. For £0 (after cashback) you get the K750i (for FREE!), 12 months free line rental (after which you can cancel), 250 x-net minutes every month and 50 texts per month too.

The Sony Ericsson K750i is a high-spec, 2 megapixel cameraphone with Autofocus. There's a large 220x176 pixel display, which is great for watching videos or playing 3D games. For further entertainment there's a built-in RDS FM radio and MP3 player. The K750i has 32 MB internal memory and is supplied with an addition 64 MB memory stick. The capacity of the K750i can be upgraded to 1 GB, that's enough to store hundreds of MP3 files, video clips, photos and games - all in your pocket. It also has Bluetooth connectivity and PC synchronisation.

This offer works by cashback which you claim from the MobileOutlet at specified intervals. If you wish you can purchase via for an extra £30 cashback. So you can make a PROIFT of £30 on the whole thing!!

Looks like its 100 texts per month, not 50 as the OP posted.
- chamelion
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gr8 deal! Almost tempted myself!

Or, if you want a slightly more reliable cashback deal The CarPhoneWarehouse have the Black or RED version of this phone on 10 months free line rental on a Virgin mobile contract.

[thread=20126]Click here to read about that offer!![/thread]
You have to pay a 1.99 admin fee for all free headsets there (just checked for that k750i, same applies) - but I think I might just do this offer!
I've found what I think is a slightly better deal, but I'll let you be the judge of that duck :)

Same phone, but it's on the Orange Canary 40 (18 mth) tariff. It's 12 months cash back (reliability of this company though, I don't know) on line rental, free phone, extra 120 minutes of calls for the first 6 months - that's on top of the standard 300 for this tariff, plus 600 txts per month for the life of the contract.

So you pay £240 in the last 6 months but (£13.33 av over 18 months) you get an average of 340 minutes and 600 txts. Voicemail ISN'T free, so that will come out of your minutes.

What do you think duck? I'd really appreciate your wisdom on this.
The link has refurb k750i free for 10months on o2 , then £30 for the final two.

Use quidco to get an extra £45 quid back.. so £15 for the year.

Or an K800i for 9 months, then £30 for the final three.

Use quidco to get an extra £45 quid back... so $45 for the year.. I got this one a couple of months back
asjb, I usually measure the contracts by how much they cost OVERALL. That one is an 18 month contract with 12 months free, so you end up paying at least £180 before the contract is over and after cashback!! I'm trying to find the best way to get it for free. ;)
You have to pay a 1.99 admin fee for all free headsets there (just checked for that k750i, same applies) - but I think I might just do this offer!

I am with this company. I haven't claimed yet, but I heard of someone on another site who got their cashback from them okay. I passed the credit check okay too. :)
[SIZE=2]Excellent phone, 12 months free rental. £30 Quidco profit, 250 x-net. [/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]mmmh.... Good deal ducky ;-) [/SIZE]
Or an K800i for 9 months, then £30 for the final three.

Do you have a link to this offer as I can't find it on their web page, or did you mean the W800i?
Yeah w800i.. forgot they changed the name... its in clearance phones
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Thanks for the reply duck! I'm just going to work this out 'cause I need to justify the expenditure to myself... ;)

So Orange is £240 extra (6 mths at £40 per month) + £30 NOT available via quidco = £270. Hmmm...

£270/18 = £15 per month

£15 for 90 more minutes per month and 500 more texts a month than the O2 offer. Actually I use about 150 texts a month but I would use ALL the xnet minutes (good old yourcall). So really it's 90 more minutes and 50 extra texts.

90 * .30 xnet (O2 rate) = £27
50 * .12 txts (O2 rate) = £6

Therefore the O2 deal would cost me £33 per month for my present level of usage whilst the Orange 18 month would cost me £15. Over 18 months the O2 would cost me £324 more.


Pays to know your usage!!!! Thanks again for your help duck, I always look forward to seeing the deals you bring to this website.
Very tempting offer, I was wondering if anyone has puchased from them.
Has anyone purchased from MobileOutlet? I am tempted by this offer, but never used a cashback offer before.

Is this a reliable company? How would this offer work?

[SIZE=2]this cashback is more simple than the e2save cashback offers. you have to just keep ALL your bills and then send them all off at various intervals. much easier than other methods just dont lose any !!![/SIZE]
Yeah. Not much time to send off but you'll be okay if you keep on top of it and send claims as soon as the relevant bills arrive.

I got a phone from them okay (they've changed T&Cs since) but I've not got round to claiming any cashback yet...
Does it seem like a reliable company from your experience?
Also, is this offer still on, as it now says "6 months 1/2 price line rental" or something like that.
The offer has actually ended.

The deal is good... 10 months free line rental on Vigin with 200 x-net mins and 300 texts per month. £36.50 QuidCo cashback. Reliable company owned by Carphone Warehouse. A lot of good feedback for these guys. The K750i comes in a choice or RED or BLACK.

Are there any other completely free deals for the K750i as this, as you said, has run out. What a shame, seem's like such a great deal.
woah, why is this on the front page?

It says made hot 11 minutes ago? Ive expired it now.
Looks like a good deal
Hmmnn.......was just thinking to myself that this looks like quite an old phone. Used to have one myself a couple of years ago. It was excellent!
Not such a good deal seeing as the company was liquidated in June.

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