E2save Orange Dolphin/Canary/Racoon £25.54 contract 24months at 0.99p/month after redemption plus possible £46 quidco and free handset
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E2save Orange Dolphin/Canary/Racoon £25.54 contract 24months at 0.99p/month after redemption plus possible £46 quidco and free handset

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Found 11th Jan 2011
E2save and orange are doing a cracking 24 month contract deal - choose the Dolphin, Canary or Racoon £25.54/month contract and just pay 0.99/month for the whole contract after claiming your cashback via the very reliable e2save (owned by the carphone warehouse). You get a free nokia 1800 or LG GS101 handset and free delivery.
Those on quidco should qualify for £46 cashback also - mine tracked within 15 minutes of placing the order.

Choose either
Dolphin = 300mins unlimited txt and 500mb data
Canary = 400 minutes unlimited txt
Racoon = 400mins unlimited landline mins and 300txt

With the cashback and quidco you acctually MAKE £22.24 for taking the contract!

I know some of you will vote cold as it involves claiming cashback but I've been taking these contracts for over 7 years and never had a problem getting any of my cashback from e2save - they even have a dedicated cashback phoneline which can tell you which bill to send in and when (info also in welcome back an in your online account) so no excuses for missing the dates to claim.

Enjoy

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Might try this. Thanks for posting!

HOT, thanks.

Also if anyone could help, i did something really stupid, last year i made a contract for my girlfriend. I put it in her name but im the bill payer. few months later we broke up, i rang O2 to say i want to cancel it, they said i have to complete the 12 month contact. Well the contract is up in May this year, i rang O2 again and they said, i have to be the account holder to be able to cancel the contract. Anything i can do?

Yes i know shes a b*itch and im an idiot! lol

Edited by: "hasj2" 11th Jan 2011

Cant you just cancel the direct debit? as the account is in her name, surely o2 will chase her for the payment if the account is in her name?

Banned

yes just cancel direct debit with your bank, theyll chase her for the payments as the bank will refuse the d/debit. that will be a nice suprise for her lol

James1984

Cant you just cancel the direct debit? as the account is in her name, … Cant you just cancel the direct debit? as the account is in her name, surely o2 will chase her for the payment if the account is in her name?




chris_wales

yes just cancel direct debit with your bank, theyll chase her for the … yes just cancel direct debit with your bank, theyll chase her for the payments as the bank will refuse the d/debit. that will be a nice suprise for her lol



Thanks guys for your help, will do that.

She deserves it aswell, she left me for another guy lol

cheers.

There would have to be better phones around for me to risk £600

James1984

Cant you just cancel the direct debit? as the account is in her name, … Cant you just cancel the direct debit? as the account is in her name, surely o2 will chase her for the payment if the account is in her name?

chris_wales

yes just cancel direct debit with your bank, theyll chase her for the … yes just cancel direct debit with your bank, theyll chase her for the payments as the bank will refuse the d/debit. that will be a nice suprise for her lol



What has he got that you haven't - a smartphone? Good luck!

brilliant brilliant deal!

Why is this cold? There is no real risk as the company is a good one. Why not use the sim in another phone or your old one.

doublekite

Why is this cold? There is no real risk as the company is a good one. Why … Why is this cold? There is no real risk as the company is a good one. Why not use the sim in another phone or your old one.



+1, can't see why this isn't hotter?

The deal is with e2save which AFAIK is one of the safer sites to get a redemption deal.

Hot from me, or could someone show me a better deal?

doublekite

Why is this cold? There is no real risk as the company is a good one. Why … Why is this cold? There is no real risk as the company is a good one. Why not use the sim in another phone or your old one.



Because it's a cashback deal perhaps? Do you really want to watch the calendar for the next two years and risk lost claims for the sake of a very few quid? That's over £600 of your own money at risk!
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