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Sony Ericsson W810i Brand New 12 Months Free 12 Month Contract From OSPS + £45 Quidco Profit

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Still a fantastic phone, even though others have superceeded it (still have one myself among a few others). OSPS doing this brand new (not clearance) 12 months free line rental on a 12 month contra…
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Still a fantastic phone, even though others have superceeded it (still have one myself among a few others).

OSPS doing this brand new (not clearance) 12 months free line rental on a 12 month contract on Orange's Dolphin tariff (300 mins & 400 texts per month) for £35 a month.

A very reliable company for cashback as part of the Carphone Warehouse group.

Go via Quidco for £45 profit as well.

Also available at E2save.com, but lower cashback of £36.50.

Don't forget to cancel insurance and VIP Handset Support, both free for one month and itemised billing (not redeemable by cashback).
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#1
Quidco will only pay £33.50 for a Price Match contract and not £45.00 as stated above.
#2
Also available at E2save.com, but lower cashback of £36.50

And your guaranteed to get your cash backs back with the above.:) .
#3
This seems a good deal to me . Heat given . I just wish I was more organised to trust myself to remember to claim on time . :roll:
#4
Nobody has worries about these cashback deals after the recent backruptcies? Or do u think OSPS are too big to go under..?
#5
ANY company may go bankrupt . You just have to make a judgement as to the risk , which is difficult. On the other hand we would never buy anything online if we worried too much .
If you really want to cut the risk, only buy with credit card items that cost over £100 then you can claim from the Card issuer if things go wrong.
#6
PaulPoole
ANY company may go bankrupt . You just have to make a judgement as to the risk , which is difficult. On the other hand we would never buy anything online if we worried too much .
If you really want to cut the risk, only buy with credit card items that cost over £100 then you can claim from the Card issuer if things go wrong.


I think Applesink is referring to the collapse of mobile-phone cashback operators yesterday and other media reports that mobile-phone cashback companies are in a precarious position these days. And your points about credit-cards are irrelevant in these cases (cash-back is not a physical product)...
banned#7
Whats redemption?
#8
yes, quite right Liddle ol' me. There was a thread about this yesterday but it was pulled because it was in the Bargains thread. I think it may have been taken up in another forum...?
#9
dinger
Also available at E2save.com, but lower cashback of £36.50

And you're guaranteed to get your cash backs back with the above.:) .


erm...I'd be careful with such a loose use of the word guarantee ;-)
#10
and here's the thread about yesterday's bankruptcy of Phoneboxdirect, Coolnewmobile and Phones2yourdoor.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=20791&page=27

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