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Motorola K1 Black Clearance 12 Month Contract + Free Nintendo Wii - £240 Term Cost + £45 Quidco
Motorola K1 Black Clearance 12 Month Contract + Free Nintendo Wii - £240 Term Cost + £45 Quidco

Motorola K1 Black Clearance 12 Month Contract + Free Nintendo Wii - £240 Term Cost + £45 Quidco

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This is a fantastic deal IMHO that I've just seen.

Chances are that the Wii will be delivered after Xmas, but you never know.

I'd like to point out that mobiles2yourdoor are part of the Phones4U group (reliable cashback). Not to be confused with phones2yourdoor (different company) who went bust.

Cashback deals are always a risk though, even with reputable companies.

Quidco is £45, so potentially this could cost £195 altogether.

On Vodafone Anytime 40 tariff, £40 p/m (500 mins 500 texts).

Don't forget to cancel 3 month free phone insurance and itemised billing.

*** Deal is now for an Xbox 360 Arcade - All other details the same ***
- robbieshanks

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Cashback - Steering well away from this............. and they are a new company as Phones4u (4u Group) had launched this company last month as they knew that Phoneboxdirect and Phones2yourdoor will be going bust........ its amazing how similar Phones2yourdoor sounds to Mobiles2yourdoor........ hmmmmm, just a thought....

Loads of cold votes on their way from cashback haters........

Let's face it guys, for months upon months, everyone knew the bubble was going to burst - those who went with the better deals from the less well known companies were taking a risk - just like investing money or going to the bookies, you pay your money & take you chances. I am not personally sure about phonespot (are they CPW/not) or mobiles2yourdoor (are they phones4u/not & how good are p4u - I know they are big enough to stay around, but heard bad stories about caskback payments).

There really is no reason to freeze all cashback deals - yes if it is neverheardofthemmobiles.com, by all means, freeze it quick, but with the big players, there needs to be more reason than "cashback".

I've had deals with dialaphone and always received cashback. Another startup, e2save has twice failed to pay and refuses to sort it out.

I'd steer well clear unless it's a reputable firm or one you've already dealt with in the past.

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I've had deals with dialaphone and always received cashback. Another … I've had deals with dialaphone and always received cashback. Another startup, e2save has twice failed to pay and refuses to sort it out.I'd steer well clear unless it's a reputable firm or one you've already dealt with in the past.



I've had loads of cashback deals with Dial-a-phone with no problems at all.

Deal is now for an XBox 360 - everything else the same.

krazar 1 **** phone my bf had it kept cutting itself off
also no signal most of time get messages next day

rubbish stay well clear
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