Sony Ericsson W300i - 12 months free line rental offer on Orange!! - HotUKDeals
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MobileClub7 have the BRAND NEW Sony Ericsson W300i Walkman phone. After cashback it works out as 12 month free line rental on a 12 month contract. The offer is good, however the reputation of the company is not yet known, the tariff costs a steep £40 per month inital payout and there's no QuidCo cashback. If you have you eye on this beauty of a phone though then this might be of some use!! For £0 (after cashback) you get 12 months free line rental (after which you can cancel), 300 x-net mins per month, 100 texts per month and 75 orange to orange off-peak mins per month too!!

The W300i is a small and neat clamshell music phone designed to give you a quality Walkmanmusic experience. A 256MB memory card is included in the package plus a stereo headset, a USB cable to connect to a PC. The W300i also has an FM radio for quality entertainment around the clock.

This deal works by cashback hich you claim from MobileClub7 a specified intervals.
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this is a very much too good to be true deal dont you think ducky ?? but still, if anyone is gonna get it anyway it comes at a decent price for the tariff and the phone so might aswell risk it !
It is a good deal on a relatively good phone, I admit. We've seen W550i offers like this before though...
i can understand how the networks can do 12 months free on crappy tariffs where you are likely to go over your call limits, but i just cant understand how they make any money when tariffs such as the one above is 12 months free....surely they know that their customers will rarely go over, and gambling that they wont fill out their forms is quite a big gamble...
and gambling that they wont fill out their forms is quite a big gamble...

Well, I guess they have statstics which show how likely people are to forget to claim.
ha ha ha

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