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e2save.com have the Sony Ericsson W880i Walkman phone (CLEARANCE) for free on a 12 month o2 contract with 12 months free line rental. So, for £0 (after cashback) you get the Sony Ericsson W880i (for free), 12 months line rental (after which you may cancel), 200 any time, any network minutes and 200 texts per month. All that totally free after the cashback!!

The Sony Ericsson W880i mobile phone is a sleek and slim, exquisitely designed Walkman music phone. Its astonishing good looks are complemented by all the latest features such as a 2-megapixel camera, video recorder/player and Music Walkman Player 2.0. Store upto 1,000 songs, with a 1 GB Memory Stick Micro (sold separately). This candy-bar style handset also comes with a large 1.8 TFT colour display and a simple easy-to-use menu navigation. The W880i is a mobile phone, digital camera, video recorder, music walkman, all packed into a device, which is a mere 9.4mm thin, one of the thinnest on the market!

This offer works by cashback which you claim from e2save at specified intervals. You have 30 days to send the claim. You must have paid each bill in its entirety, so please only use this deal if you can afford to pay the bills on time and remember to keep on top of the cashback. Use recorded delivery when sending the claims as a minimum. Special delivery with consequential loss is preferred. e2save are a part of the Carphone Warehouse group and reliable when sending cashback.

Purchase via QuidCo.com for £50 cashback - that's £50 profit!! **Remember to decline/cancel the insurance that they try to give you as it can be very expensive!!**
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#1
[center][size=6]The Sony Ericsson W880i (Colours May Vary)[/size]
[size=5]12 months free line rental[/size]

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[size=4]This is a brilliant offer as the previous cheapest offer was only 8 months free.[/size][/center]
#2
Also take a look at the cheap Sony Ericsson W850i...

http://www.hotukdeals.com/images/deals/147045.png
#3
Excellent deal Ducky!!
#4
Toybhoy
Excellent deal Ducky!!


Thanks. They're being touted as Easter Offers so not sure if they'll last after this weekend... :)
1 Like #5
Just make sure you redeem cos as Martin Lewis says, there's only a small window of opportunity.
#6
Just to add my pennies worth, I've increasingly had problems with cashback from e2save.com. I phoned this week to chase up a cheque. I sent my cashback claim by recorded delivery, and they acknowledge its been received, but have lost it! I now have to send it again. This is the 2nd time I have had to do this on this my current 12 month contract.
Having said this, the above deal looks good, and am tempted to go for it. Voted hot.
#7
also noticed that the k810i is also on the same deal (12 month free/12 month contract).
#8
skdotcom;1754840
Just to add my pennies worth, I've increasingly had problems with cashback from e2save.com. I phoned this week to chase up a cheque. I sent my cashback claim by recorded delivery, and they acknowledge its been received, but have lost it! I now have to send it again. This is the 2nd time I have had to do this on this my current 12 month contract.
Having said this, the above deal looks good, and am tempted to go for it. Voted hot.

And you better hope they don't go bust because they rely on people not to claim if you watched Channel 5's It Pays To Watch otherwise £360 ouch.
For the record, I think 4 cashback mobile companies were shown to have gone bust on that show.
It's a good deal for the organised! :thumbsup:
#9
warmapplepie
And you better hope they don't go bust because they rely on people not to claim if you watched Channel 5's It Pays To Watch otherwise £360 ouch.
For the record, I think 4 cashback mobile companies were shown to have gone bust on that show.
It's a good deal for the organised! :thumbsup:


Those were small companies with limited funding. e2save is a part of the Carphone Warehouse Group who are a Public Limited Company with shareholders. I'm not saying that this guarantees their longevity but they will certainly have lots of funds/collateral as they own all of the CPW shops, AOL UK, Talk Talk, etc... :thumbsup:

A while ago e2save Ltd closed down then became a part of Carphone Warehouse Group Plc. This means that the only way they can go under is if the entire Carphone Warehouse Group Plc (including AOL UK, Talk Tlak, the shops, etc) was to go under. Even if they decided to close e2save down I believe CPW Group would still be liable for cashbacks.
#10
warmapplepie;1754866
And you better hope they don't go bust because they rely on people not to claim if you watched Channel 5's It Pays To Watch otherwise £360 ouch.
For the record, I think 4 cashback mobile companies were shown to have gone bust on that show.
It's a good deal for the organised! :thumbsup:

Theres always a risk with these deals, but yeah, if you're organised and keep on their back you should (fingers crossed) get the cashback.
E2save are part of CPW, so you can take some comfort that they are backed by a major player, although I dont believe they are the most financially secure company.
Personally i'd only choose CPW (and related companys) or phones4u with these cashback deals.
suspended#11
Are They All Unlocked?
#12
euglycaemia
Are They All Unlocked?


Not sure whether they are or not. It's clearance stock (possibly surplus) and they tend to have a massive stockpile of unlocked ones and just send out SIM cards with them, but as I say there's no guarantees.
#13
Is there any way to pay by visa/mastercard so if they do go bust you are covered.
Im not to sure wether this would work.:?
#14
thisismark
Is there any way to pay by visa/mastercard so if they do go bust you are covered.
Im not to sure wether this would work.:?


I'm not actually sure as you'd be paying your money to o2 and claiming from e2save so it most likely won't be covered...
#15
duckmagicuk2;1754879
Those were small companies with limited funding. e2save is a part of the Carphone Warehouse Group who are a Public Limited Company with shareholders. I'm not saying that this guarantees their longevity but they will certainly have lots of funds/collateral as they own all of the CPW shops, AOL UK, Talk Talk, etc... :thumbsup:

A while ago e2save Ltd closed down then became a part of Carphone Warehouse Group Plc. This means that the only way they can go under is if the entire Carphone Warehouse Group Plc (including AOL UK, Talk Tlak, the shops, etc) was to go under. Even if they decided to close e2save down I believe CPW Group would still be liable for cashbacks.

I did not realise they were part of CPW.
To clear up the law, e2save Ltd, if that's what it is, would be the only one liable for the debt. If it goes under, CPW Group cannot be held liable. :thumbsup:
Don't let that put you off a great deal.
#16
thisismark;1754985
Is there any way to pay by visa/mastercard so if they do go bust you are covered.
Im not to sure wether this would work.:?

credit cards only cover you for the product, not the deal.:thumbsup:
#17
Having been stung by phoneboxdirect scam last year not for me. vote cold brrr!
#18
Navcity;1755076
Having been stung by phoneboxdirect scam last year not for me. vote cold brrr!

Some cashback deals can work but it is a gamble.
#19
warmapplepie
I did not realise they were part of CPW.
To clear up the law, e2save Ltd, if that's what it is, would be the only one liable for the debt. If it goes under, CPW Group cannot be held liable. :thumbsup:
Don't let that put you off a great deal.


You didn't read what I wrote, did you? :)

As far as I know, e2save are no longer a separate company and e2save.com Ltd no longer exists. They were merged into Carphone Warehouse Group Plc under a year ago. :thumbsup: So yes, CPW Group could be held liable if they closed e2save... but as I say, the only way e2save will go is if the whole group collapsed which is extremely unlikely since it contains all of the stores, AOL UK and Talk Talk.
#20
duckmagicuk2;1755084
You didn't read what I wrote, did you? :)

As far as I know, e2save are no longer a separate company and e2save.com Ltd no longer exists. They were merged into Carphone Warehouse Group Plc under a year ago. :thumbsup: So yes, CPW Group could be held liable if they closed e2save... but as I say, the only way e2save will go is if the whole group collapsed which is extremely unlikely since it contains all of the stores, AOL UK and Talk Talk.

Read the T&C, I think you will find that it is probably a subsidiary of CPW.
The Carphone Warehouse Limited assumes no responsibility and is not liable for any other products or services promoted or sold through this website :thumbsup:
#21
I am not trying to rubbish the deal, it's a great deal.
I am addressing the concerns of those who are wary of being stung by cashback deals. It could be in a position not to honour them and the parent will not pick this up.
Also Carphone Warehouse Limited is also separate in the eyes of the law to the Plc.
#22
warmapplepie
Read the T&C, I think you will find that it is probably a subsidiary of CPW.


It isn't a separate company at all. e2save.com Limited was liquidated in order to be merged with Carphone. I followed the story extensively.

warmapplepie
The Carphone Warehouse Limited assumes no responsibility and is not liable for any other products or services promoted or sold through this website :thumbsup:


I believe it means insurance services and any adverts for other firms on the site. :)
#23
Just been on the phone to their sales team. They claim to be part of CPWH and they should not go under unless the whole company is bust. Although I was bitten by phoneboxdirect I may go for this.
#24
Remember people this is a good deal but only if you are fully organized and have everything put in its place. If you are like me and am very dissorganized DO NOT be tempted with one of these no matter how hot or easy people tell you it is. The contracts them selves are very poor and sometimes do not have carry over minutes. In total i used about 50% of my allowance over the 12 months but on 3 months got billed heavily for overuseage. The cashbacks normally start after 6 months which gives you a long time to misplace the paperwork. Also the last one is usually due on the 12th month just to confuse you during the important cancellation period. Also you more than likely will be bombarded with calss to take out extras extend your contract etc. Quidco is not a given also and is likely to be paid on a deal with this. Mine from last year tracked ok but was declined a month later.

Just be very carefull and make sure this deal is right for you. If you can handle it then go for it, if not don't take the risk. They are disigned to make life difficult and be as confusing as possible.if you don;t follow the rules you could end up like me paying well over the odds for a poor contract.

Sorry to be so negative but i was drawn in with people say how wonderfull these are and how easy they have done it and have many contracts running with no problems. This may be the case but in mine it was not.If they really wanted to honour the deal they would just send you a cheque themselves and make it but they don't.Look before you leap, i didn't!!!!
#25
meshosa
Just been on the phone to their sales team. They claim to be part of CPWH and they should not go under unless the whole company is bust. Although I was bitten by phoneboxdirect I may go for this.


Thank you for confirming this. :)
#26
duckmagicuk2;1755159
It isn't a separate company at all. e2save.com Limited was liquidated in order to be merged with Carphone. I followed the story extensively.



I believe it means insurance services and any adverts for other firms on the site. :)

you got me on the T&C.
However, I am right that the mobile trading divisions are separate companies within Carphone Warehouse limited and they made a trading loss of £1.5M
#27
Too many choices!!
Thanks for finding. Hot!
#28
They are backed by Carphone Warehouse Ltd not Carphone Warehouse Plc.
#29
meshosa;1755211
Just been on the phone to their sales team. They claim to be part of CPWH and they should not go under unless the whole company is bust. Although I was bitten by phoneboxdirect I may go for this.

They are indeed part of Carphone Warehouse Ltd but that is only the retail.
TalkTalk, AOL et al are all separate from this under the Plc.
Businesses do not set themselves up to fall like a pack of cards.
#30
warmapplepie
you got me on the T&C.
However, I am right that the mobile trading divisions are separate companies within Carphone Warehouse limited and they made a trading loss of £1.5M


Most likely paid it all back into the Plc company. :p

Realistically though, would the Plc let the Ltd go bust though? As it'd mean losing CarphoneWarehouse shops too... :?:
#31
meshosa
Just been on the phone to their sales team. They claim to be part of CPWH and they should not go under unless the whole company is bust. Although I was bitten by phoneboxdirect I may go for this.


Just read the T&Cs. That will tell you differently

Mobile phone airtime contracts and handsets sold with an airtime contract through this website are purchased from e2save.com, a trading division of The Carphone Warehouse Limited. However, The Carphone Warehouse Limited assumes no responsibility and is not liable for any other products or services promoted or sold through this website or any content of this website. e2save.com is a trading division of The Carphone Warehouse Limited, registered in England under company number 2142673, 1 Portal Way, London W3 6RS, VAT number 744032068
#32
duckmagicuk2;1755283
Most likely paid it all back into the Plc company. :p

Realistically though, would the Plc let the Ltd go bust though? As it'd mean losing CarphoneWarehouse shops too... :?:

Realistically, yes...;-)
They wouldn't want to ruin the brand...
#33
newbie1001;1755298
Just read the T&Cs. That will tell you differently

Mobile phone airtime contracts and handsets sold with an airtime contract through this website are purchased from e2save.com, a trading division of The Carphone Warehouse Limited. However, The Carphone Warehouse Limited assumes no responsibility and is not liable for any other products or services promoted or sold through this website or any content of this website. e2save.com is a trading division of The Carphone Warehouse Limited, registered in England under company number 2142673, 1 Portal Way, London W3 6RS, VAT number 744032068

duckie put me right on the T&C, I think they are referring to other items unless you are specifically stating that the contract or the cashback is separate.
I think the emphasis is on "Other" as in they will only guarantee handsets and airtime.
Come to think of it, in the small print of the cashback contract, does that belong to e2save? Anyone got one to check?
#34
I'm very tempted by this. I've already got one O2 cashback deal from E2SAVE. If I sign this one up, will they send separate bill? (coz I know Orange merges all bills) I don't want to make the cashback process more complicated as it is already.
#35
warmapplepie
Realistically, yes...;-)
They wouldn't want to ruin the brand...


They'd have no brand if they closed down Carphone Warehouse Ltd as that is the mobile side of things, including the stores. Therefore, they'd keep proping it up with money from the Plc. :)
banned#36
second hand ,not for me.
#37
A well-informed ex-college friend of mine works for one of the E2Save call centres. She informs me that in the event of E2save going belly-up, all contracts/cashbacks & any other existing offers etc would be undertaken by CPW.

The bit on the site ref assuming no liabillity for products etc refers to anything else on there other than handsets & contracts.

Now, she trains sales staff so I would trust her word pretty much. She wasnt trying to flog me a hone either so she was just telling me as it was when I spoke to her last week about a similar deal.

Also, I've done a couple of these cashback deals with a few companies & i've never had any probs - touch wood! I do think sometimes that although companies do go bust & customer services departments leave a lot to be dsired, I think a lot of these problems arise from the great British Public not reading/fulfilling the contracts properly themselves. All under the impression that 'the customer is always right'. Wrong.
#38
Great find duckmagic !!!
#39
You have to pay the VAT on the line rental and phone bill. Usually works out at about 5 pound a month. You also usually have to pay a £100 deposit
#40
So is this basically a free phone and deal?

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