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order vodafone sim only deals now for £15 month minimum 30 days 500 texts and 150 minutes and get £45 from quidco and use voucher vodablue1 for a free jabra headset
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#1
So, if I understand correctly, you buy the SIM at £15 per month but you can cancel after 30 days... is that right?
#2
Dear Mr Echo
So, if I understand correctly, you buy the SIM at £15 per month but you can cancel after 30 days... is that right?


im not sure now the first time i read it i saw 30 days ..... now i cant find were it says that :whistling:
#3
Could someone post the direct link for this offer please?
#5
axxxr
Could someone post the direct link for this offer please?


click go to deal and there is a huge banner across the vodafone website
banned#6
yes as i see it you can cancel after 30 days making it at least a £30 spend, not a £15 one:thumbsup:
#7
sassie
yes as i see it you can cancel after 30 days making it at least a £30 spend, not a £15 one:thumbsup:


true, but its still £15 back through quidco and a bluetooth headset :thumbsup:
#8
axxxr
Could someone post the direct link for this offer please?


You can't miss it... there's a massive banner right across the top of the linked page. I know you may have to make an extra click, but if it causes you serious injury I'll foot your medical expenses*. Presumably you need to go through Quidco too so a direct link won't be much use. ;-)



[SIZE="1"]*Not really[/SIZE]
#9
But if you cancel you would have to return headset and quidco would have been cancelled soon after as it takes awhile for it to clear
#10
I just called Vodaphone and you can give your 30 days notice straight away so you will only have to pay the £15 for the first month.
#11
found it http://shop.vodafone.co.uk/assets/img/features/sim-only-paym-banner.jpg

now why is this cold after 3 months cancel and you've paid out nothing
banned#12
Dear Mr Echo
I just called Vodaphone and you can give your 30 days notice straight away so you will only have to pay the £15 for the first month.


but it takes a month or so for quidco to track, so be careful it doesnt get declined:thumbsup:
#13
seems good to me
#14
I think its a good deal. Vodafone takes 1-2 months to clear the funds. so if you take it for 2 months still you are better with this. as you can still save (or get) £15 quidco.

Also if you like more minutes than text than they have another deal for £15 which gives you 225 min and 100 txts
banned#15
why the cold voting?
#16
ROKO
why the cold voting?


shame the cold voters dont post why :?
banned#17
only making an assumption here, but i would assume it is because this is just an ordinary price plan without the quidco, quidco does not always track and payout, it is not 100% guarentee, like i said only an assumption, most of these deals stay cold
#18
They need to do a credit check on you and if you fail, you have to pay a £100 deposit or so which gets refunded 3 months after from what a friend told me...

It's kinda like the O2 simplicity plans. They offer the same thing. So order an O2 simplicity plan for £15 quid, do it via quidco and get £23.33 back... but if you fail credit check, you pay £100 in deposit which they hold for 3 months.

Deal is slightly different where it's 200mins and 400 texts.
http://www.quidco.com/o2 - sim only plan is £23.33 cashback
http://shop.o2.co.uk/tariffs/SIMONLY/benefits/Online_15#Online_15
#19
nyum
They need to do a credit check on you and if you fail, you have to pay a £100 deposit or so which gets refunded 3 months after from what a friend told me...

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sort of standard really its a contract you need good credit to get it :roll:
#20
20+ posts and temp is at 1 :)

HUKD has changed a lot specially from November or so
#21
i cant see why the cashback is so high on something like this. is it a miss print?
#22
Couchwarrior
sort of standard really its a contract you need good credit to get it :roll:


Yeah well, thought I mention it. I didn't know about it initially, i've only been in the country for a few months.

Goodman
20+ posts and temp is at 1


The cashback on the simplicity plans on o2 is better, and if you get your friends on it, o2 to o2 calls are free, which is why I voted it cold... the hot and cold probably balanced it back to 1 :P
#23
gunton10
i cant see why the cashback is so high on something like this. is it a miss print?


scratches head ordered it this morning just checked quidco
date Merchant Amount Earnings
28 Feb 2008 09:28:14 Vodafone 0.00 136.00 tracked ~ Apr 2008

i am not joking
#24
is that tracking £136?
#25
kpmatthews
is that tracking £136?


lol yes
#26
Couchwarrior;1644204
scratches head ordered it this morning just checked quidco
date Merchant Amount Earnings
28 Feb 2008 09:28:14 Vodafone 0.00 136.00 tracked ~ Apr 2008

i am not joking


£136.00 strange. I have feeling that you are not getting anything. its better to track what they are suppose to pay and not what they can't
#27
Goodman
£136.00 strange. I have feeling that you are not getting anything. its better to track what they are suppose to pay and not what they can't


i know but i will complain if i get nowt of course :whistling:
#28
Couchwarrior;1643743
found it http://shop.vodafone.co.uk/assets/img/features/sim-only-paym-banner.jpg

now why is this cold after 3 months cancel and you've paid out nothing


I would guess because you assume quidco will pay.
#29
nyum;1644195
Yeah well, thought I mention it. I didn't know about it initially, i've only been in the country for a few months.



The cashback on the simplicity plans on o2 is better, and if you get your friends on it, o2 to o2 calls are free, which is why I voted it cold... the hot and cold probably balanced it back to 1 :P


Frankly speaking O2 plan is best if you are after a good sim only deal which you want to carry over and use it as it has got free O2 to O2 calls. but i think what OP was trying to say that you get better quidco and can save a lot of money after cancelling the contract.

So if are after cancelling the contract in 2-3 months this deal is great as you either get free bluetooth headset or you get bet headset plus £15.

but if you are after a nice sim only deal which you want to keep than O2 deal is best
:thumbsup:
#30
thepearce
I would guess because you assume quidco will pay.


paid out twice by vodafone quidco £58 both times if they dont pay then complain
#31
eh ?? this has not expired

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