SONY ERICSSON SATIO £25 / month for 24mths @ e2save + 13 Months ½ Price by redemption + quidco - HotUKDeals
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SONY ERICSSON SATIO £25 / month for 24mths @ e2save + 13 Months ½ Price by redemption + quidco

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Tariff: Dolphin £25 (24mths) Includes: 400 mins and Unlimited texts Line rental: £25.00 per month Contract: 24 months Offer: 13 Months ½ Price by redemption Saving: £162.50 Eff Cost: 18.23 Poss… Read More
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
Tariff: Dolphin £25 (24mths)
Includes: 400 mins and Unlimited texts
Line rental: £25.00 per month
Contract: 24 months
Offer: 13 Months ½ Price by redemption
Saving: £162.50
Eff Cost: 18.23
Possible £40 cashback through Quidco


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#1
Good if E2save do not try to play a ball with your cashbacks.
Also a 24 months to wait to see if e2save wont go bust.
Please dont tell me e2save are part of cpw...
but the business is different in terms of laws. If e2save could not make any profits in their balance sheets and decide to apply for bankruptcy cpw cant rescue them. A fact lot of people miss.
suspended#2
its not a bad deal, haven't use e2save before and personally don't like messing around with redemptions (though for some it saves a lot of money).

was so looking forwards to this phone, but the basics let this phone down i.e. no 3.5mm and not using mini usb (boo).

This will prob get a few cold votes for reasons:

24 months
no internet
very average phone review for a expensive phone
redemptions
#3
Kirajai


This will prob get a few cold votes for reasons:

24 months
no internet
very average phone review for a expensive phone
redemptions


Cold from me for 24 months contracts, this is too long to stay stuck with a network that you may hate, and tariffs are improving so much all the time that I prefer short contracts. I will not encourage the networks by accepting long contracts, and will pay a little more, if I have to, to be on a shorter deal. And I don't like cashback that isn't automatic. Quidco is often unreliable, in my experience too.

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