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FREE Sony Ericsson W350i (New) + FREE Samsung B100 (PAYG with FREE £10 airtime) + Mobile Guitar Legend + £36.50 QuidCo PROFIT when you get a 12 months free line rental on a 12 month contract
FREE Sony Ericsson W350i (New) + FREE Samsung B100 (PAYG with FREE £10 airtime) + Mobile Guitar Legend + £36.50 QuidCo PROFIT when you get a 12 months free line rental on a 12 month contract

FREE Sony Ericsson W350i (New) + FREE Samsung B100 (PAYG with FREE £10 airtime) + Mobile Guitar Legend + £36.50 QuidCo PROFIT when you get a 12 months free line rental on a 12 month contract

** FEEDBACK FOR e2ave.com CAN BE READ/LEFT HERE: hotukdeals.com/ite…38/ **

There's already been a post on this that is for the Nokia 6300, amongst others, however I believe this deserves its own post as the Sony Ericsson W350i has only just been released AND it includes a mobile version of Guitar Legend!!

Basically, you sign up to the Orange Dolphin 30 package (£30 per month but works out as free - see the second paragraph) and you get the FREE Sony Ericsson W350i. In addition to this, you also get a free Samsung B100 on Orange PAYG, with £10 free airtime (which is added 7 days after delivery). This is a great little phone for taking out on a night out, sticking in the glove box as a spare, a child's first phone or whatever. The Orange Dolphin 30 tariff gives you 100 anytime, any network minutes and 300 text messages every month.

You also get cashback on these deals. In fact, after the cashback, the WHOLE THING works out totally free after the 12 month contract is up! You make claims for cashback at months 6, 8, 10 and 12 and receive £90 each time you make a claim. This works out at £360, and thus e2save have paid off your entire contract!

Furthermore, if you purchase via QuidCo.com you will earn £36.50 in cashback... meaning that you will make a PROFIT of £36.50 on the whole thing!!

The Sony Ericsson W350i Electric Black is styled as a small portable MP3 player, but with amazing space inside to do so many things. It can store up to 470 songs on the included memory card. The Sony Ericsson W350i has the excellent TrackID feature, if you hear a song you want to know more about then TrackID will get the facts to your W350i in seconds. Tune in the FM radio to your favourite station, or play the built-in Guitar Legend rock'n'roll game.

You have a whopping 60 days to send each 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.

**Remember to decline/cancel the insurance that they try to give you as it can be very expensive!!**

Please do not add feedback to this original deal post. Feedback should be posted/viewed here:
hotukdeals.com/ite…38/

Please see this thread from Martin Lewis's Moneysavingexpert site about e2save before taking out a contract. It might save you a lot of money. Ask yourself why there is a thread devoted to taking e2save to court to get cashbacks.

forums.moneysavingexpert.com/sho…=90
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[size=4]Orange Dolphin 30 with 12 months free line rental on a 12 month contract and £10 free airtime on the PAYG phone[/size]

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[size=4]£36.50 profit when you purchase via QuidCo.[/size][/center]


[FONT=Arial]e2save have been making the cashback process a little bit easier!! Here's how:
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* You now have 60 days from the date on the bill to get your claim to them. Although you shouldn't ever wait this long of course![/FONT][FONT=Arial]

* They now list the exact dates you need to send in the bills on your account on their website, which reduces confusion as to when you need to send the bills in.[/FONT][FONT=Arial]

* You can download the claim form from their website, so there's no chance that it might get "lost" in the post.[/FONT]

[center][size=4]This deal is available with other phones. Click here to see them.

]e2save feedback and customer reviews can, and should, be left and read ]here.

CLICK HERE FOR MY GUIDE ON HOW TO SUCCEED WITH CASHBACK CONTRACTS[/size]
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No disrespect to you duckmagic, but i can't believe that these 'cashback' deals are allowed to be posted on here anymore.

I lost about £440 quid after coolnewmobile went tits up, having been assured by mods on here that it would be fine.

Now thats not the mods fault, i take full responsibility for my actions, and i got stung, so fair enough.

But as these can go wrong, i think its wrong that these can be posted as deals, as none of it is guaranteed.

DealMeIn;2355504

No disrespect to you duckmagic, but i can't believe that these 'cashback' … No disrespect to you duckmagic, but i can't believe that these 'cashback' deals are allowed to be posted on here anymore.I lost about £440 quid after coolnewmobile went tits up, having been assured by mods on here that it would be fine.Now thats not the mods fault, i take full responsibility for my actions, and i got stung, so fair enough.But as these can go wrong, i think its wrong that these can be posted as deals, as none of it is guaranteed.



i think e2save are backed by phones4u or something, so less likely to go belly up any time soon (and they have been around for years)

amansk;2355974

i think e2save are backed by phones4u or something, so less likely to go … i think e2save are backed by phones4u or something, so less likely to go belly up any time soon (and they have been around for years)



"e2save are a part of the Carphone Warehouse group and reliable when sending cashback."

Voted hot ducky, these deals are good for those who are willing to follow it through, they do make things difficult sometimes tho.

Cue Newbold!

amansk;2355974

i think e2save are backed by phones4u or something, so less likely to go … i think e2save are backed by phones4u or something, so less likely to go belly up any time soon (and they have been around for years)



Thats what i was told about CNM, that they were backed by someone big and been round for years.

Good luck to anyone who goes for this, i just think its a joke that these are still allowed to be posted after what happened to alot of people.

I thought this was meant to be hot deals, not gambling on whether you will get money back or not

DealMeIn;2356044

Thats what i was told about CNM, that they were backed by someone big and … Thats what i was told about CNM, that they were backed by someone big and been round for years.Good luck to anyone who goes for this, i just think its a joke that these are still allowed to be posted after what happened to alot of people.I thought this was meant to be hot deals, not gambling on whether you will get money back or not



Do it right, keep proof, be willing to take them to court. You'll get your money.

This is why these deals aren't for most people now.

DealMeIn;2356044

Good luck to anyone who goes for this, i just think its a joke that these … Good luck to anyone who goes for this, i just think its a joke that these are still allowed to be posted after what happened to alot of people.I thought this was meant to be hot deals, not gambling on whether you will get money back or not



Gordon Brown has indeed promised the Nanny State, but it's not here yet.......despite the efforts of the Consumer Association (a.k.a. Which Magazine) who agree with you that cash-back deals should be 'banned'.

Cash-back deals are a result of the British public's lack of price sensitivity in the mobile phone market. We're simply not prepared to put the necessary effort in to get a decent monthly contract. And when we do sign up to a contract for 12/18 months, we're not prepared to put the effort in to change it to a better value one, once the 12/18 months are up. Networks know this....and so getting us 'on board' for 12/18 months is worth more than the contract value for 12/18 months. They're therefore prepared to pay a lot to retailers for a sign-up and that's where the cash-back comes from.

People who read Hotukdeals should be more than capable of using these deals to their advantage without needing their nappys changed each time. You are entering into a contract like any other, and if you do so with a limited company then you know that if they go bust then you lose out.........just like every other person that does business with a limited company.

The trick is to balance the risk against the benefit. I'm capable of doing that. If you're not capable then please go and get your nappy changed elsewhere.

I’ve recently had a very good experience with an auto cashback with E2Save which I’ve just outlined in a previous deal. You don’t make money on these deals but for people that are wary of normal cashback deals I think they are worth considering. I have a 400/400 minutes/texts contract with O2 which has cost me £7 for the year; the £290 cashback arrived 6 weeks after taking out the contract. They currently have similar deals on Orange.

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I'm still waiting for OFCOM to announce their "rules" which will outline that networks MUST be responsible if anything goes wrong...

It'll be interesting to see how the rules will work, and whether they'll mark an end for cashback deals...

any idea how long before OFCOM announce their rules?

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cheeky_chops;2357299

any idea how long before OFCOM announce their rules?



The only thing reported so far has been "this summer", which is helpful.

Benjimoron;2356043

"e2save are a part of the Carphone Warehouse group and reliable when … "e2save are a part of the Carphone Warehouse group and reliable when sending cashback."Voted hot ducky, these deals are good for those who are willing to follow it through, they do make things difficult sometimes tho.Cue Newbold!



Sorry I'm a bit late, Benji!

Part of CPW, true. Cashback reliable, very much not true. If they were reliable, you wouldn't be able to find so much bad stuff about them all over the net, and you wouldn't find threads like this one on Martin Lewis' moneysavingexpert devoted to e2save problems and how to take them to court, which many have successfully done - nearly 1800 posts in this thread now!

forums.moneysavingexpert.com/sho…=90

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