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EE 12 month Sim only 20GB data/unlimited mins & txt for £22  (£8 after £168 cashback) @ affordablemobiles.co.uk
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EE 12 month Sim only 20GB data/unlimited mins & txt for £22 (£8 after £168 cashback) @ affordablemobiles.co.uk

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EE 12 month Sim Only contract/20GB data/ Unlimited mins and text for £8 after Cashback(£22 before Cashback) @ affordable mobiles.co.uk And Potential £20 Quidco cashback as well.

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Should mention £22 PM B4 CASHBACK
Looks good!
MOD can you please change the title £22 p/m (£8 p/m after cashback). I have mentioned it in the discription tho'. I do apologise for my mistake. Thanks in advance.
can you get the cashback by emailing or do you need to post the bills?
Good deal. Just concerned if affordablemobiles close before cashback paid out.... who owns them? How safe is their future?
Tempted but I think I prefer the bt deal, never saw much difference between my phone and my partners who was EE when I had bt before
ec9wrr04/07/2019 07:08

Good deal. Just concerned if affordablemobiles close before cashback paid …Good deal. Just concerned if affordablemobiles close before cashback paid out.... who owns them? How safe is their future?


Did you look at their website?

Affordable Mobiles is a trading style of A1 Comms Ltd who is registered in England (No. 04455131) at Contract House, Turnpike Business Park, Alfreton, DE55 7AD, is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (620040), and is acting as a credit intermediary and offering credit products provided only by Klarna Retail Finance. Credit is subject to status. ©2001 - 2019 Affordablemobiles.co.uk

You can go and look at their accounts on companies house. They have been going since 2002.

beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/com…131
plunet04/07/2019 07:17

Did you look at their website?Affordable Mobiles is a trading style of A1 …Did you look at their website?Affordable Mobiles is a trading style of A1 Comms Ltd who is registered in England (No. 04455131) at Contract House, Turnpike Business Park, Alfreton, DE55 7AD, is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (620040), and is acting as a credit intermediary and offering credit products provided only by Klarna Retail Finance. Credit is subject to status. ©2001 - 2019 Affordablemobiles.co.ukYou can go and look at their accounts on companies house. They have been going since 2002.https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/04455131


Yes I did look at their website. Never heard of A1 Comms.

Reviewed accounts. They haven’t posted this years yet. Balance sheet looks ok. But they’re obviously very reliant on relationships with networks....

Even reading their account, not sure I feel confident. I mean, look at Patisserie Valerie or (more relevant in this case) Phones4U
Edited by: "ec9wrr" 4th Jul
MentalFloss04/07/2019 07:07

can you get the cashback by emailing or do you need to post the bills?



You will need to post your bills to them for the cashback.
ec9wrr04/07/2019 07:28

But they’re obviously very reliant on relationships with networks..


That is true of the carphone network. Remember the demise of p4u was a industry stitch up to an extent. p4u had directional issues with the internet overtaking them in many ways.
Jony5deals04/07/2019 07:14

Tempted but I think I prefer the bt deal, never saw much difference …Tempted but I think I prefer the bt deal, never saw much difference between my phone and my partners who was EE when I had bt before


BT own EE so you will get the exact same service on both
vasya04/07/2019 07:44

You will need to post your bills to them for the cashback.


That's a bummer then, too much hassle. Would have preferred online upload
MentalFloss04/07/2019 09:34

That's a bummer then, too much hassle. Would have preferred online upload



That's like something from 2004 lol. I have a similar contract with mobiles.co.uk and just download them from EE then upload to mobiles' website. Been using them for years without any issues receiving the cheques.
cheaperbythe1204/07/2019 09:52

That's like something from 2004 lol. I have a similar contract with …That's like something from 2004 lol. I have a similar contract with mobiles.co.uk and just download them from EE then upload to mobiles' website. Been using them for years without any issues receiving the cheques.


I think it's intentional, the idea being that because its a hassle, some percentage of people won't bother doing it or might stop doing it after the first 1 or 2 times and then they pocket extra money.
vasya04/07/2019 07:44

You will need to post your bills to them for the cashback.


Voted cold just for that reason, we are in 2019!
MentalFloss04/07/2019 09:34

BT own EE so you will get the exact same service on both


I know but you will always get some people who say its the same network but not prioritized so is really slow or signal not as good
Jony5deals04/07/2019 10:14

I know but you will always get some people who say its the same network …I know but you will always get some people who say its the same network but not prioritized so is really slow or signal not as good


Yes that does happen on Virgin for example because Virgin is an MVNO that leases and they piggyback on EE's network and hence EE gives them low priority in congested areas. BT however, own EE and are not leasing the network hence they get same priority as EE customers. I have gotten 100+ speeds on BT in Central London
If I’m an EE customer already, do I still need to ring and ask for my PAC code?
chrisbloom04/07/2019 11:00

If I’m an EE customer already, do I still need to ring and ask for my PAC c …If I’m an EE customer already, do I still need to ring and ask for my PAC code?


You can't port directly to the same network, you'd have to request a PAC code, port it to a different network (e.g. free PAYG SIM) then get a PAC code from the other network to bring the number back to ee on the new contract.

You can request the PAC via text message now though so don't have to ring.
Jony5deals04/07/2019 07:14

Tempted but I think I prefer the bt deal, never saw much difference …Tempted but I think I prefer the bt deal, never saw much difference between my phone and my partners who was EE when I had bt before


What's that BT deal?
It is long time ago before the redemption deal come to surface again like today.
With redemption, make sure you know very well the reputation of the company you are doing the deal with to make sure they don't use any possible excuse to refuse your redemption.

If they really sincerely why they do not just reduce the price and redemption in one go ??
Unfortunately in mobile companies they are a lot of rough business out there because they know it will cost you more to sue them rather then they money you will get back. A few example. Vectone mobile, freedom pop, etc...
Edited by: "pantaiema" 4th Jul
BT deal is better in my opinion. Free speaker JBL flip 4, an £80 gift card and free BT sports - £20 with 20GB data extra speed 4g. Factor the sale of the speaker and its equivalent to prob about £10 no need for cash back claiming.
ec9wrr04/07/2019 07:08

Good deal. Just concerned if affordablemobiles close before cashback paid …Good deal. Just concerned if affordablemobiles close before cashback paid out.... who owns them? How safe is their future?


That’s why auto cashback is better in my opinion. Nit sure why redemption pays more. The only thing I can think is that people forget so tjey make more money off of it.
Anon3204/07/2019 14:55

That’s why auto cashback is better in my opinion. Nit sure why redemption p …That’s why auto cashback is better in my opinion. Nit sure why redemption pays more. The only thing I can think is that people forget so tjey make more money off of it.


I don't know this company. But I will be very careful with a new company especially in mobile network piggybagging. How many of them emerge and close within less than five years ??

They will try to honour the first redemption in early dates to built up reputation as they are still making money a little bit. But they might turn it to pyramid scheme, if they have not got enough people forgetting to file up their redemption.

Those who are doing it earlier is the winner. But later when there are not enough money they will try any excuse they could use to reject your redemption. It will cost you more time and money to chase/sue them rather then the money you will get back.

This redemption business model is well known for non reputable companies. This business model should be named and shamed as it is exploiting people weakness.
Edited by: "pantaiema" 4th Jul
Signed up yesterday, does seem silly that you have to post bills & you have to post multiple bills each time - pretty convoluted. If they don't pay out I will certainly make it known online (including here).
Once you're signed up - can you then use the EE website to add extra add-ons or swappable benefits? Like USA roaming?

I only want to stay with EE as they the only network that allows dual sim on the new iphones
Edited by: "cfaboy" 5th Jul
No USA roaming is a deal breaker for me. Better to go topcashback £50 and get the 8gb £10 advanced plan with global plus roaming that includes USA.
Good deal, am on same deal with no cash back for £12 a month but reclaim process not worth the hassle for me anyway.
Chky05/07/2019 20:29

Good deal, am on same deal with no cash back for £12 a month but reclaim …Good deal, am on same deal with no cash back for £12 a month but reclaim process not worth the hassle for me anyway.


Agreed - I actually signed up for this and received the sim card but after thinking about it decided to cancel within the 14 days - far too much hassle - especially with the fact that bills can be lost in the post!
pantaiema04/07/2019 15:35

I don't know this company. But I will be very careful with a new company …I don't know this company. But I will be very careful with a new company especially in mobile network piggybagging. How many of them emerge and close within less than five years ??They will try to honour the first redemption in early dates to built up reputation as they are still making money a little bit. But they might turn it to pyramid scheme, if they have not got enough people forgetting to file up their redemption.Those who are doing it earlier is the winner. But later when there are not enough money they will try any excuse they could use to reject your redemption. It will cost you more time and money to chase/sue them rather then the money you will get back. This redemption business model is well known for non reputable companies. This business model should be named and shamed as it is exploiting people weakness.


I agree, this whole redemption scheme is too much hassle, and its not worth your time or the discount you get.
Guessing nobody went with this deal? I’m looking to move to EE but also wary of having never heard of/used this company before. Always found mobiles.co.uk cashback system great but sadly no good EE deals with them at the moment
Ordered. can not track after got email with tracking reference.
And who are they to charge me 2,50$???
who is
KTM ONLINE LIMITED LOUDWATER GB
and how them connected to METROFONE?
anyone ??
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