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iPhone 3GS on Orange £60 quidco available as of now @ Mobiles.co.uk
iPhone 3GS on Orange £60 quidco available as of now @ Mobiles.co.uk

iPhone 3GS on Orange £60 quidco available as of now @ Mobiles.co.uk

As per title £60 quid off the Orange Iphone 3GS when brought via Quidco !!

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i thought it was gonna be cheaper on orange and t-mobile

Borat;6857891

i thought it was gonna be cheaper on orange and t-mobile



It appears you were wrong.

Perhaps Vodafone in January?

Cheers
Simon

I thought it was just the 3G on Orange?

can briefly explain how quidco work s please. i don't even know what it is!

Mobiles.co.uk so cold. very cold

harrygirl;6858590

can briefly explain how quidco work s please. i don't even know what it … can briefly explain how quidco work s please. i don't even know what it is!



Quidco is one of a number of websites that pay cash to you, if you visit other companies that they're linked with. To do it, you 1st visit the Quidco site, then click through to one of their partners websites and make a purchase- it explains for each partner how much cashback you should earn, which sometimes varies by the type of product that you're buying. Eg, Tesco socks might give 1% cashback, but shoes might be 2% cashback - I made that example up, it's just to help explain.

Quidco takes the 1st £5 of your cashback earned per year, so it's only worth doing if you would earn more than this, so be in pocket yourself. The range of retailers is quite wide, including big shops, such as Tesco, as well as smaller co's that just sell things online, and also other types of businesses such as hotels and mobile phone co's.

You can see their retail partners here -- quidco.com/bro…se/ and can search for any that you may buy things from too, to check whether it's likely to be worth it.

There are other websites that give cashback too, can't remember the name of the big one, but someone will post it up. The advantage of that one, is that it's free, you don't lose the 1st £5 each year of your money. It's something like topukcashback, have searched but can't find it.

A major requirement is not to visit the retailers before starting at Quidco etc, as your browsing is tracked, and only Quidco originating purchases are paid out. It can be worth having a 2nd web browser on your computer, that is only used for Quidco, so that all of your purchases track.

Quidco also has some more info on their website. A key point is that cashback is never guaranteed, so I wouldn't buy something just because I may get cashback. Some people never have problems, some others do.

Hope this helps, message me if it seems un clear, though others are likely to correct me if I've made any mistakes.
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