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Samsung E1120 PAYG Mobile Phone - £29.50 with £20 credit + £20 HMV Voucher @ Orange + £5 Quidco
Samsung E1120 PAYG Mobile Phone - £29.50 with £20 credit + £20 HMV Voucher @ Orange + £5 Quidco

Samsung E1120 PAYG Mobile Phone - £29.50 with £20 credit + £20 HMV Voucher @ Orange + £5 Quidco

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Samsung E1120 PAYG Mobile Phone on Orange.

Cheap and cheerful phone, comes with £20 airtime credit, a £20 HMV voucher and £5 for going through Quidco! Effectively a profit of £15.50!
Delivery is free!

Compact phone with metallic accent
Compact bar design features premium metal details for a stylish yet robust look
Vibrant 1.52 65K CSTN LCD
Size Weight : 66.4g
Dimension : 105x44x15mm Battery Talk Time : Up to 8.8 hr
Standby : Up to 580 hr

Don't forget to go through Quidco for £5 cashback!

Link goes to all samsung phones - E1120 is displayed at £9.50

Quidco is £5 cashback
- equalityforall

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REQUIRES TOP UP TO GET THE £20 HMV VOUCHEr
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- shadowdogg

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quidco:
£5for Pay-As-You-Go phones (value up to £59.99)
£12 for Pay-As-You-Go handsets (value of £60.00 to £149.99)
£30 for Pay-As-You-Go handsets (value of £150.00 and above)

£5 quidco csahback for this phone (PAYG upto £59.99)

ok soon as he changes his title, its still a good deal
maybe for the likes of me who likes a good orange wednesday but isnt on orange.

yep, heat from me, thanks OP

Original Poster

adr0ck;6048165

£5 quidco csahback for this phone (PAYG upto £59.99)



Slight, oversight there! Post adjusted!

hot added

Is there a way I can add the top up amount to my current sim?

Original Poster

Tommy_V;6049254

Is there a way I can add the top up amount to my current sim?



I don't think this is possible however you could port your number to the new sim?

Just saw this advertised on eBay! Great deal - have some heat! :thumbsup:

Is this an e voucher anyone know>

I just ordered the phone for £9.50 with Quidco, any problem with that?

comes with £20 airtime credit


cant see it in my basket?

Yep, the £20 credit isnt being added to the basket.. so you can effectively get 20 quid worth of hmv vouchers and a phone for 9.95 at the moment... go go goo

you don't get the hmv voucher unless you top up - this is in the t&c "Compulsory top up applies to all handsets purchased" - when this is verified they send the hmv e-voucher by email 10 days later

Banned

ordered for 9.50 , lets see what happens...I need some box sets from hmv anyway...

Banned

ciaozammer;6054856

you don't get the hmv voucher unless you top up - this is in the t&c … you don't get the hmv voucher unless you top up - this is in the t&c "Compulsory top up applies to all handsets purchased" - when this is verified they send the hmv e-voucher by email 10 days later



aa ha...so will this have to be £20 pound

jasonrat;6054677

Is this an e voucher anyone know>



an evoucher if bought on line ,paper voucher if bought in store

Jeewan;6054878

aa ha...so will this have to be £20 pound



yeah then this is pointless

COLD!!!!!

No worrys, if quidco goes through, sell the phone to CEX for £11, so it will be £6.50 profit...

But waiting for Quidco and an outlay of near £30 is not as enticing. It showed HMV voucher in my basket so I'll just see how it goes.

comicmankev;6054925

But waiting for Quidco and an outlay of near £30 is not as enticing. It … But waiting for Quidco and an outlay of near £30 is not as enticing. It showed HMV voucher in my basket so I'll just see how it goes.


I've only outlaid £9.50

shadowdogg;6054892

yeah then this is pointlessCOLD!!!!!



How pointless?

£20 credit on a sim
£20 hmv voucher
a phone

For cost of £30 less £5 quidco,so £25 for all the above :roll:

All the terms say is:

"Compulsory top up applies to all handsets purchased."

Where does it say that it has to be £20? And anyway, it's just credit on your phone. Still seems like an amazing deal.

Anyone ordered them before ... are they locked to Orange network ?

QUOTE=NotaViking;6054950]All the terms say is:

"Compulsory top up applies to all handsets purchased."

Where does it say that it has to be £20? And anyway, it's just credit on your phone. Still seems like an amazing deal.[/QUOTE]

It does say has to be £20

sylm_2000;6054951

Anyone ordered them before ... are they locked to Orange network ?



Yes,will defo be locked to orange

1. The offer (the Promotion) is valid from 17th August 2009 while stocks last. The Promotion will end by 13th September 2009.
2. The offer is available against the purchase of all pay as you go Samsung handsets subject to availability.
3. Compulsory top up applies to all handsets purchased.
4. The Promotion is available through Orange Retail, Orange Online and Orange Telebusiness only.
5. Samsung purchased through Orange Retail stores will entitle the purchaser to £20 hmv paper vouchers at the point of purchase. These vouchers are redeemable in hmv stores.
6. Customers that purchase Samsung handsets through Orange Online and Orange Telebusiness will receive an email to the email address provided at point of order, 10 days after their handset has been received. The email will contain details of the e-voucher which can only be redeemed at [url]www.hmv.com[/url]. Handsets returned before the 10 days have passed will not be eligible for the voucher and no email will be sent. We are not able to issue paper vouchers to orders made through these channels.
(there is a chance that due to fulfilment constraints instead of being emailed the customerwill receive an SMS with a PIN number and URL to redeem their voucher on the hmv website)
7. All vouchers are subject to the standardhmv terms and conditions and are eligible for 12 months from issue.
8. Orange reserves the right to vary, amend or cancel these terms and conditions at any time upon reasonable notice.
9. The Promotion is restricted to 2 handsets per household.
10. The Promotion is available in conjunction with other pay as you go offers.
11. No cash alternative will be given.

but their website doesn't add any Top-up on check out, so it seems with just 9.95 will receive the 20 Voucher !!!

Def locked, compulsory top-up is usually automatic online, never been able to order just the phone before, so will def see what happens.

This offer looks like their Motorola ROKR E8 offer last year which they screwed up and then send the handsets!!

grabbit - Ok, but my question was where does it say that?

s123456;6054988

but their website doesn't add any Top-up on check out, so it seems with … but their website doesn't add any Top-up on check out, so it seems with just 9.95 will receive the 20 Voucher !!!



orange website is adding the top up when I check?

NotaViking;6055009

grabbit - Ok, but my question was where does it say that?



It says that on my screen when it shows the phone

I did order one and was charged only £9.50 at the end!!

s123456;6055033

I did order one and was charged only £9.50 at the end!!



perhaps a temporary glitch :thumbsup:

http://savemyfilez.com//files/1/orange.png

s123456;6055008

This offer looks like their Motorola ROKR E8 offer last year which they … This offer looks like their Motorola ROKR E8 offer last year which they screwed up and then send the handsets!!



It seems like sometime staying up late helps some quids ! I picked up the ROKR offer last year and ordered two handsets today .... Mamma Mia DVD here I come

it does say £20 HMV voucher is FREE so dont mess us aroung

Yeah, a £20 top-up was never mentioned to me either - bought it for £9.50. Let's see what happens. Given the terms, a small top-up is all that should be needed to get the HMV voucher. I'll argue with them if not, but in the end, a phone with £20 credit and a £20 HMV voucher all for £24.50 (assuming the £5 through Quidco) is still a stupidly good deal.

hot!!

s123456;6055049



I believed you already,just saying it may have been a temporary glitch

NotaViking;6055071

Yeah, a £20 top-up was never mentioned to me either - bought it for … Yeah, a £20 top-up was never mentioned to me either - bought it for £9.50. Let's see what happens. Given the terms, a small top-up is all that should be needed to get the HMV voucher. I'll argue with them if not, but in the end, a phone with £20 credit and a £20 HMV voucher all for £24.50 (assuming the £5 through Quidco) is still a stupidly good deal.



you do that. If you clicked "I agree with the terms and conditions" they will just say - when you agreed with the terms and conditions - did you actually read it?
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