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Motorola Moto G 8GB on T-Mobile, 100m, Unlimited texts, 1GB data £11.99/24m. Only £3.66 pm after cashback. (£2 pm including TopCashBack!). AffordableMobiles.co.uk
Motorola Moto G 8GB on T-Mobile, 100m, Unlimited texts, 1GB data £11.99/24m. Only £3.66 pm after cashback.  (£2 pm including TopCashBack!). AffordableMobiles.co.uk

Motorola Moto G 8GB on T-Mobile, 100m, Unlimited texts, 1GB data £11.99/24m. Only £3.66 pm after cashback. (£2 pm including TopCashBack!). AffordableMobiles.co.uk

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This is an astonishing deal, if you are prepared to do the cashback claims. I have used this company before and I've had no problems with payouts.
I found this offer via the website comparemobilephonedeals.com for £3.66 which is less than the sim-only deals I found. In order to get the TopCashback offer as well, I added the deal to my basket and then closed the page and went back to AffordableMobiles.co.uk via TopCashback and then proceeded with my purchase which was already in the basket. The cashback is currently Pending at £40.40.
My phone is due to arrive tomorrow. I will post again if there are any problems with the delivery etc but didn't want to leave it too long to publish this deal.
The phones from these sites are also usually UNLOCKED for any network. Fingers crossed that will be the same this time as it adds value to the resale price etc.

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Not voting either way but just to clarify for others this is NOT the 4G model.

Have some heat. Good deal.
Is this company part of carphonewarehouse?
Also can the bills be sent via online method like mobiles.co.UK?

Good deal. And even if it is locked, you can get an unlock code for around £1.50 on fleabay
Edited by: "saucymonk" 23rd Jun 2014

be careful, read the reviews on the web, this is a really bad company to deal with,
Lots not getting cashback, free gifts promised, etc.
Also, i don't think it's part of CPW.

I was very tempted by this deal but after reading the reviews of the company, i'll give it a miss.

Look for yourselves:

reviewcentre.com/rev…tml

Original Poster

OK. Obviously any cashback deal has it's risks but I have done quite a few of these with other companies and with AffordableMobiles in the past without a single issue. I am studious with my records though and make sure I follow the instructions to the letter and track my claims.
@urinthematrix - Claims must be made by post. You then get an email to confirm acceptance, then await the cheque.

Why do people say fleabay not eBay! gets on my nerves!

Gollywood

Why do people say fleabay not eBay! gets on my nerves!



or micro$oft!

word of caution... T-Mobile has worst policy on termination of the services at the end of the contract....your services would not be automatically terminated even if the contract term has ended.... you may be asked to call them on a particular day to avoid paying charges beyond contract and serve notice for leaving..... you are not allowed to call in advance or call later.... the call has to be made on a particular day... not a day before or after..... pathetic... never T-Mobile again....

magrawal

word of caution... T-Mobile has worst policy on termination of the … word of caution... T-Mobile has worst policy on termination of the services at the end of the contract....your services would not be automatically terminated even if the contract term has ended.... you may be asked to call them on a particular day to avoid paying charges beyond contract and serve notice for leaving..... you are not allowed to call in advance or call later.... the call has to be made on a particular day... not a day before or after..... pathetic... never T-Mobile again....



Yes they're cheeky blighters with tricking people either with early termination charges (using your PAC before the minimum term is reached, or by telling you to give 30 days notice after the minimum term)

But do any companies actually just terminate your deal without you asking and who'd actually want that to happen and lose your connection and number?

Gollywood

Why do people say fleabay not eBay! gets on my nerves!

cos we hate evilbay

Gollywood

Why do people say fleabay not eBay! gets on my nerves!


A spade cannot be called a spade these days...

Its t-mobile. Be ready for unexpected bills and hidden charges !

spannerzone

Yes they're cheeky blighters with tricking people either with early … Yes they're cheeky blighters with tricking people either with early termination charges (using your PAC before the minimum term is reached, or by telling you to give 30 days notice after the minimum term)But do any companies actually just terminate your deal without you asking and who'd actually want that to happen and lose your connection and number?



Damn right- they caught me twice; I requested a PAC code 2 weeks before the contact was up to use on the final day and I got charged an early termination fee. I didn't use the PAC code, but they refused to give me the money back. When I finally did leave (3 months after the contract was up) I got charged a further fee. After the tenth phone call I gave up trying to get any money back.

As you say, NEVER AGAIN!

The thing that bothers me a little about this deal is the TCB thing.

This seems to be a deal in conjunction with comparemobilephonedeals; I suspect that the TCB will be rejected because of this.

I've been a little bit sneaky and used a clear session with the affiliate part of the URL deleted, and gone straight in with Quidco with cookies cleared (as Quidco are offering more than TCB currently).

It'll either work or it won't -- the contract is still 'free' once the cost of the phone is taken into account, and it's a very good package even with the TCB and phone taken out.

Think these deals should be called retention deals rather than cashback so that theres no mix up with tcb cash back

I need a new phone....

so its a potential £40 cashback through tcb

I pay £11.99 a month... how does the cashback thing work to make it £3.66 a month?

Thanks

[quote=nseaman]I need a new phone....

so its a potential £40 cashback through tcb

I pay £11.99 a month... how does the cashback thing work to make it £3.66 a month?



It's a redemption deal, so basically they give you a set of tokens which have to be redeemed , i.e one token sent to them every couple of months in exchange for a cheque over the period of the contract. If you are late or forget to send the tokent, you lose the money and any future monies. It is important that you send your token ON TIME and preferably by recorded delivery as proof it was sent.
The rewards are very good but you really have to be disciplined and keep on top of the process as it is very easy to forget....trust me!

Edited by: "paul29" 25th Jun 2014

if you sell the phone ...you will get sim only for no cost...so HOT

£30.30 through TCB... £45 currently through Quidco.

So go Quidco this time

Mine has tracked, so hopefully will pay out, then I'll be a happy chappy lol

£11.99/month

£80 back for the phone

£200 back from redemption

£45 back from Quidco

Total cost £-37.24 over term lol

Also £11.99*24*0.03 = £8.63 additional cashback if you're with Santander 123 account, making cost of contract £-45.87.

I suspect I'll get rid of the Huawei Y300 instead and take a phone upgrade for the person I have in mind for this...

jasejames

£11.99/month£80 back for the phone£200 back from redemption£45 back from Q … £11.99/month£80 back for the phone£200 back from redemption£45 back from QuidcoTotal cost £-37.24 over term lolAlso £11.99*24*0.03 = £8.63 additional cashback if you're with Santander 123 account, making cost of contract £-45.87.I suspect I'll get rid of the Huawei Y300 instead and take a phone upgrade for the person I have in mind for this...



Actually, it's £40.40 on TCB for Online Contract Purchase

kensington143

Actually, it's £40.40 on TCB for Online Contract Purchase



Which is why I said Quidco :confused:

Can someone explain at what point you send off for your first redemption amount, please.

T-Mobile has worst policy on termination of the services at the end of the contract"
I'd add to that that they make increases to the price of the tariff which are slightly below the percentage where you are entitled to cancel the contract e.g. 5%. Don't trust these snake oil salesmen. Hot for putting in the effort finding the deal though.

nokiae71

Can someone explain at what point you send off for your first redemption … Can someone explain at what point you send off for your first redemption amount, please.



It's hidden away in the terms and conditions. Probably best to read the entire thing, as you need to send several bills each time.

19 Redeemable Cashback and Line Rental Refunds19.1 If we offer … 19 Redeemable Cashback and Line Rental Refunds19.1 If we offer redeemable cashback or to refund a proportion of the line rental payable by you under the Network Contract, the following terms and conditions will apply:19.1.1 You must claim your redeemable cashback or line rental refund by submitting to us the redemption vouchers we supply to you with the mobile phone (Vouchers);19.1.2 Redeemable cashback and line rental refunds for 24 month contracts will be paid in six equal amounts in line with the following timescales and information provision:(a) your first five airtime bills (where your first bill is the first correspondence from your network requesting ANY payment) and your first claim voucher within 60 days of the invoice date on your 5th airtime bill;(b) your 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th airtime bills and your second claim voucher within 60 days of the invoice date on your 10th airtime bill;(c) your 11th, 12th, 13th and 14th airtime bills and your third claim voucher within 60 days of the invoice date on your 14th airtime bill;(d) your 15th, 16th and 17th and 18th airtime bills and your fourth claim voucher within 60 days of the invoice date on your 18th airtime bill;(e) your 19th, 20th and 21st airtime bills and your fifth claim voucher within 60 days of the invoice date on your 21st airtime bill;(f) your 22nd, 23rd and 24th airtime bills and your sixth claim voucher within 60 days of the invoice date on your 24th airtime bill.19.1.3 Vouchers must be submitted at the intervals and in accordance with the strict deadlines set out above and on the Vouchers or refunds will not be paid;19.1.4 When you submit your Vouchers you must submit a copy of the invoice from the Network in respect of the period of time for which you are claiming the refund and that invoice must have been paid by you in full;19.1.5 If your Network Contract ends or you downgrade your Tariff before the end of the Minimum Term you will no longer be entitled to receive line rental refunds;19.1.6 No more than 2 people living at the same address will be entitled to receive line rental refunds;19.1.7 Line rental refunds will be paid into a bank account using the details supplied by you when you placed your order for the Goods.19.1.8 If you lose your Vouchers we will only provide replacements if you ask us in writing to do so during the first 14 days after the Service starts.


Edited by: "kiera123" 25th Jun 2014

Thanks for that.

Finicky, but not overly onerous I guess. Does seem to be set up so that people lose and/or forget stuff mind.

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Is this still available? Link now takes you to a different page from before.

Is this expired as the cheapest deal I see on AM site is £16.99 w £150 cashback... The £11.99 deal has zero CB. Both going direct, via TCB or via the HUKD link...

expired

jasejames

Which is why I said Quidco :confused:



Sorry - didn't mean to confuse but you said £30.30 from TCB and it is £40.40 which I thought might help anyone with a TCB account but not a Quidco account.

All gone'd

kensington143

Sorry - didn't mean to confuse but you said £30.30 from TCB and it is … Sorry - didn't mean to confuse but you said £30.30 from TCB and it is £40.40 which I thought might help anyone with a TCB account but not a Quidco account.



True -- in my defence TCB themselves advertise £30.30 until you land on the Affordable Mobiles page

I managed to bag this deal before it expired. Just to say, the phone was not brand new, seemed more like a refurbished phone or customer return. Still no complaints. Make sure your claimback vouchers are included in your delivery, otherwise you won't be able to claim your money back. They are a bit awkward in this sense. You also have to send all your monthly bills at the relevant time to be able to receive cashback. The following link explains how to claim the cashback.
affordablemobiles.co.uk/abo…aim
Worth mentioning, recent reviews suggest the company having serious problems with their I.T systems, which has led to many customers complaining about not receiving cashback or having to chase them up for a very long time.

Knocked back my cash back from Quidco. Not looking good for redemption.
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