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Motorola L6 O2 250mins/100sms £30 term cost, £20 profit after quidco
Motorola L6 O2 250mins/100sms £30 term cost, £20 profit after quidco

Motorola L6 O2 250mins/100sms £30 term cost, £20 profit after quidco

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Clearance Silver or Blue Motorola L6 on O2 250 12months (250mins/100sms a month) 11months FREE line rental = £30 term cost, after £50 quidco = £20 profit.

As far as I'm aware, there will be 3months of rollover on these minutes and sms.

The inclusive minutes are to all UK 01 and 02 landline geographical numbers, all 07 mobile networks and some NGN 0870/0845/0844/0871 (confirm this for yourself if this is important to you)

The inclusive sms messages are for all UK 07 mobiles and I think 1 mms = 4sms taken in credit, so 100sms messages or 25 mms messages etc.

Cashback details:

11 Months FREE line rental

A credit of £81.00 will be raised automatically by cheque within 2 months if you do not cancel your contract. You will receive a text message when this credit has been successfully raised.

To gain the remainder of your line rental / cash back please send your 6th 8th 10th and 12th monthly bills within 30 days of the date stated on the relevant airtime bill to us and we will credit you by cheque with £62.25 each time.

This will save you £330.00 over the 12 month duration of the contract. In effect this means that your average line rental per month over the contract period is £2.50 per month.

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8 Comments

Original Poster

Some people seemed to like this deal on that tmobile thread, so here it is :P

It's always good to have choice, isn't it? Voted hot.

Original Poster

Brief review of the Motorola L6:
mobileburn.com/rev…299
More indepth review:
gsmarena.com/mot…php

I myself have this phone in black as spare phone and I like it, mostly because it's thin and I don't notice it in my pocket and has bluetooth.

Original Poster

Similar deal from phonespot:

[FONT=Arial][SIZE=3]Brand New Motorola L6 ]Blue or ]Silver on O2 400mins/100sms (£35/month) 9 months free rental via cashback = £315 cashback with £105 term cost, after £50 quidco £55 term cost[/SIZE][/FONT]


Cashback terms for these:


9 Months FREE line rental

A credit of £66.00 will be raised automatically by cheque within 2 months if you do not cancel your contract. You will receive a text message when this credit has been successfully raised.

To gain the remainder of your line rental / cash back please send your 6th 8th 10th and 12th monthly bills within 30 days of the date stated on the relevant airtime bill to us and we will credit you by cheque with £62.25 each time.

This will save you £315.00 over the 12 month duration of the contract. In effect this means that your average line rental per month over the contract period is £8.75 per month.

actually looking for a sub £50 phone and was contemplating the L6.

Is this complicated to do though? i've not done contract as i use £10 every 60 days or so on PAYG. Do i have to pay the full £35pm and then track up the cashback so it works out at £30? sorry for my noobness.

Original Poster

Chef, yes, the full monthly payment must be made.
Then the cashback is paid in arrears to you most of the time.

Crude summary not for this deal:
12months free rental on cashbacks @ months 4, 8 and 12, on 12month contract of £120 per cashback.

£30/month paid every month on time + any extra charges should there be any.

You pay £30/month in advance on rental, superfluous calls in arrears should you make any.
Every 4months you get your rental backback of £120, so £30+£30+£30+£30 all negated every 4 months by each claim.

You need a healthy cashflow for cashbacks really.

There's a good reason 76% of the mobile market is Pay as You Go, people don't trust themselves with contracts and/or find them too pricey and are ignorant to the cashback options

Read up on my comments about cashback, they are there to trip you up and make retailers money, u need to be good at planning to use them.

ah right, thanks alot for the explanation

Original Poster

No problem.

These OSPS/E2Save/ThePhoneSpot L6 offers won't last however, they're all from the same stockpile I imagine.

Grab em while you can
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