here is a strange one for you,  free Nokia Lumia 530 Black and free 24 line rental by redemption with Talkmobile @ e2save
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here is a strange one for you, free Nokia Lumia 530 Black and free 24 line rental by redemption with Talkmobile @ e2save

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Found 7th Nov 2014
get a free Nokia 530 and claim back the line rental £7.50 per month in instalments of £36.
250 mins, 5000 texts and 500mb of data.
Send your claim in line with the Cashback Claim Process below and we will credit you by cheque with £36.00 each time.

Claiming your cashback couldn't be simpler. You will need to send in your mobile phone bill at months 7, 12, 16, 20 and 24.

This will save you £180.00 over the 24 month duration of the contract. In effect this means that your average line rental per month over the contract period is £0.00 per month.

The required bill needs to be sent to Cashback Claims, Admail ADM4118, Loughborough, LE11 1YX and must be received within 60 days from the date on the bill. The bill must show your name, address, mobile number and tariff you are connected to.

We recommend you send this by recording delivery as we cannot be held responsible for lost items or claims that arriveoutside the qualifying period. We also recommend you keep your proof of postage.

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157 Comments

Claiming your cashback couldn't be simpler


Yeah.... sure.

Original Poster

£28.35 topcashback as well guys

I'm always wary of these cashback deals, the retailer just needs to go out of businesses then you're stuffed.

Claiming cashback could be a lot simpler!

Has anyone actually ever had success with a deal like this? Never heard of such a thing

Original Poster

personally I have never had a problem with redemption. If topcashback pays you make £28 for the privilege of having a free contact

Original Poster

contract

Claiming cashback could be a lot simpler!

If it wasn't for the cashback, this is a very poor deal - £36 a month for the calls, texts and data offered - way too expensive.

So it's the cost of recorded delivery then?

RayB

Claiming cashback could be a lot simpler!If it wasn't for the cashback, … Claiming cashback could be a lot simpler!If it wasn't for the cashback, this is a very poor deal - £36 a month for the calls, texts and data offered - way too expensive.



It's £7.50 per month, not £36.

Original Poster

RayB

Claiming cashback could be a lot simpler!If it wasn't for the cashback, … Claiming cashback could be a lot simpler!If it wasn't for the cashback, this is a very poor deal - £36 a month for the calls, texts and data offered - way too expensive.


it's £7.50 a month not £36. The redemption is claimed back in instalments of £36

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RayB

Claiming cashback could be a lot simpler!If it wasn't for the cashback, … Claiming cashback could be a lot simpler!If it wasn't for the cashback, this is a very poor deal - £36 a month for the calls, texts and data offered - way too expensive.



But it's £7.50 a month !

RayB

Claiming cashback could be a lot simpler!If it wasn't for the cashback, … Claiming cashback could be a lot simpler!If it wasn't for the cashback, this is a very poor deal - £36 a month for the calls, texts and data offered - way too expensive.



Re-read it....

Original Poster

Nokia 530 is £80 at argos

99rb

So it's the cost of recorded delivery then?



Nope. You can submit your claims online as well. I did it.

How's the network? I never used tm. Can anyone suggest please?

Isn't it cheaper to buy the handset for £80 at Argos and go on GiffGaff?!

ScorchingHot

Isn't it cheaper to buy the handset for £80 at Argos and go on GiffGaff?!


How?

E2save!
Cashback claims are often rejected by e2save.

It's a tough business climate out there, difficult to say if this company will survive. Dialaphone was very establish in the past- had numerous contracts from them, and there deals used get lots of heat on here but the went burst.
Had an online chat with this company few days ago and mentioned of e2save goes burst then CPW will not honour cashback claims.
Never the less, this is a excellent deal if cashback is paid.

I can't believe what kind of bul... people posting here sometimes. Free phone, free line rental and £28 quidco profit. Heat!!!!
Edited by: "Sliwka" 7th Nov 2014

Quidco e2save T&Cs specifically excludes Talkmobile contracts.

Sliwka

I can't believe what kind of bul... people posting here sometimes. Free … I can't believe what kind of bul... people posting here sometimes. Free phone, free line rental and £28 quidco profit. Heat!!!!


But very, very risky - if they go the same way as phones4u or Dialaphone this will cost you big-time.

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dwl99

But very, very risky - if they go the same way as phones4u or Dialaphone … But very, very risky - if they go the same way as phones4u or Dialaphone this will cost you big-time.



I don't call £7.50 a month either very, very risky or a big time cost. Bottom line is if you cant afford it don't do it.

What network?

I thought only mobiles.co.uk (of the CPW now DCP) allowed online submission of cashback? When doing cashback with mobiles.co.uk, the cheques are CPW cheques.

I need a SIM for a burgalar alarm so I have to pay £5 - £7 a month so I can access the alarm so in this instance this is quite a good deal if you get the cash back from e2s.
Even if I go for Auto Cash back thats then £3.75 a month over the term. I was paying £22 a month for ADT to monitor. Now I can do it for next to nothing!
Edited by: "vulcan903" 7th Nov 2014

Sliwka

I can't believe what kind of bul... people posting here sometimes. Free … I can't believe what kind of bul... people posting here sometimes. Free phone, free line rental and £28 quidco profit. Heat!!!!

Agree fully! If you are organised & don't think the company will fold, excellent offer (though I can see how P4U has dented confidence). What I fully do expect is the same deal posted on HUKD at different times can be iced or hot - look at the last deals on this exact tariff & cashback (I think at least 1 or 2 with this phone) - they got iced. Well done OP for getting a good deal out there for people to evaluate fairly. Credit to the others who tried to post this before as well (even if you did not see their posts OP - I am not saying you did).

I have used e2save on a 24 month cashback deal (£36/month).
As mentioned if you are methodical - use a good calendar - set reminders and send in the correct paperwork they do honor every payment.
If you mess up - you will lose - so don't go into a cashback deal unless you are organised.
The amount £7.50 is not astronomic but it all adds up so if you can handle the low minutes & data with the paperwork this is a very good deal.

Done one of these before. Spent so much time on the phone chasing my claims. Eventually had to take the company to court

Wasn't with the same company but its put me off doing it again

I don't think you can get Quidco/TCB on Talk Mobile contracts but its still a free phone and free minutes if you follow the instructions.

DJNG22

I don't think you can get Quidco/TCB on Talk Mobile contracts but its … I don't think you can get Quidco/TCB on Talk Mobile contracts but its still a free phone and free minutes if you follow the instructions.


Not true,just had my cashback from TCB in less than 3 weeks.

Great find.

There is a £90 automatic cashback option as well. If, like me, you can't be bothered to send in the claims, surely you could just get the automatic cashback and pay £90 over two years for a contract as well as a phone? Seems like a good deal.

Topcashback doesn't look to be available as Talkmobile don't seem to be included.

ScorchingHot

Isn't it cheaper to buy the handset for £80 at Argos and go on GiffGaff?!



Re-read the thread title. All will be revealed

(Tip: the phone and the contract are FREE as long as you send off the required bills at the required times. Argos and GiffGaff by comparison would cost a total of £320 over the course of 2 years assuming you are on the £10 per month offer))

Orange & green colour options are also available;

e2save.com/mob…G14

e2save.com/mob…G14

Good deal OP. I would have gone for this phone if the screen was anywhere near as good as the old 520. Unfortunately, the screen is pretty awful....

Kellerman90

Has anyone actually ever had success with a deal like this? Never heard … Has anyone actually ever had success with a deal like this? Never heard of such a thing



yes, my first mobile was bought from e2save. cost me nothing for 12 months contract and a free phone.

my current mobile was bought with dial-a-phone (R.I.P) and is costing me lots because they didn't know how to run a business.

Just copied the following from the E2Save website;

"Once you know your claim periods, you will need to send a copy of your network bill for each of these months to e2save.com.
You can submit an online version of your bill via your My Account area by clicking here.

Alternatively you can send your claims by post to:

Cashback Claims
PO Box 376
Southampton
SO30 2PX

Please retain proof of postage for reference"


The postage address is different to the one in the OP...and more importantly, it would seem we can send bills via the internet (saving on recorded delivery costs).
Makes this deal far more tempting :).
Does anyone have experience with the online claims process?

Not bad, I've opted for the £90 automatic cashback risk free and with Topcashback only works out around £2.50 a month.

dwl99

But very, very risky - if they go the same way as phones4u or Dialaphone … But very, very risky - if they go the same way as phones4u or Dialaphone this will cost you big-time.



Surely it would just cost you the price of the line rental? Which @ £7.5 seems reasonable? Or... do you mean it will cost people who don't need the phone and think they can make a profit by selling it on? If so, serves them right for being idiots.

crabby
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