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Nokia 1661 18 Mth Contract £20 after £40 Quidco and £480 Redemption @ e2save
Nokia 1661 18 Mth Contract £20 after £40 Quidco and £480 Redemption @ e2save

Nokia 1661 18 Mth Contract £20 after £40 Quidco and £480 Redemption @ e2save

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Basic unlocked phone use or lose. Use sim with 300 mins and unlimited texts. If you want more minute then buy 2. Only down side is City Link Delivers not Post Office as indicated. Good reputation for redeptions. Act now as it has been on for a while. Battery and charger is the same as the fabulous 6300. And its Vodafone, It ticks all the boxes for me (except delivery).

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Just one question. WHY??? Why would I want to pay 20 quid per month for as long as 18 months and then get into the hassle of cashback for a handset which costs 20 quid delivered on pay as you go.

pravinpatil41;6247142

Just one question. WHY??? Why would I want to pay 20 quid per month for … Just one question. WHY??? Why would I want to pay 20 quid per month for as long as 18 months and then get into the hassle of cashback for a handset which costs 20 quid delivered on pay as you go.



+ 1

so why?

Sorry, but I think this is a terrible deal,too much risk involved for a really cheap phone.:roll:

I've got a 12 months deal with the same phone - and it's for the minutes, not for the phone. 12 months deal is actually better as it is free after quidco (+20 quidco and -20 for itemized billing and P&P). I don't see what is the problem with cashback for as long as you're capable of sending the right bill 4 times a year - IMHO worth doing to get 300 free minutes in return.
I had 3 contracts with this company so far and know other people who have phones from them. Never any probs with cashback if you stick to sending your bills on time.

yes i would get it for the minutes really!!

hotukdeals.com/ite…te/

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Buy an unlocked phone and have a MUCH better contract? no?

pravinpatil41;6247142

Just one question. WHY??? Why would I want to pay 20 quid per month for … Just one question. WHY??? Why would I want to pay 20 quid per month for as long as 18 months and then get into the hassle of cashback for a handset which costs 20 quid delivered on pay as you go.



I think it works out £20 for the whole 18 months [after all the intensives]:thumbsup:

petermerritt;6249149

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/477004/vodafone-sim-9-78pm-600-xnet-u-l-te/WINBuy an unlocked phone and have a MUCH better contract? no?



[£9.78 * 12 = £117.36] over 12 months, no handset, 600min Xnet unlimited TXT;
[£20 after all the incentives] over 18 months, basic handset,300min Xnet, unlimited TXT; :whistling:

A terrible deal I 've ever seen on hukd.. :viking:

Yeah worst I think I've seen posted in a while.

Thanks for the effort, but not the deal


p.s. mm218 - I'm missing your point, obviously too early in the morning for me ... explain.

petermerritt;6254998

Yeah worst I think I've seen posted in a while.Thanks for the effort, but … Yeah worst I think I've seen posted in a while.Thanks for the effort, but not the deal :(p.s. mm218 - I'm missing your point, obviously too early in the morning for me ... explain.



I hope it's not too early now:w00t:

All I was trying to say was that:
1: Your suggested deal gives you 600 min Xnet comparing to this deal which gives you 300 min Xnet; which is a Positive point, [and perhaps the only positive point when you compare two deals]

2: Your suggested deal costs £117.36 over the term of 12 months after all incentives [which is none as far as I can see, as Quidco does not pay anything for a SIM only of this type; i.e. 12 months £9.78 pm], comparing to this deal which will be worked out as £20 for the whole 18 months term after all the incentives from Quidco and e2save have been paid.

3: You will get a basic phone with this deal, while no phone will be offered by your suggested deal.

So not exactly like-to-like, but as close as possible, if you get two phones of this deal [to get the 600min Xnet], and keep the other deal for 18 months, your monthly cost would be £9.78 for your suggested deal, comparing with [£20x2/18] £2.22 alltogether per month for both contracts of the type of this deal [plus two basic handsets].
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