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Samsung Galaxy A20e - O2 £20pm for 24 Months with 4GB Data / Unlim Calls + Texts via Mobile Phones Direct **£3.50pm after cashback**
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Samsung Galaxy A20e - O2 £20pm for 24 Months with 4GB Data / Unlim Calls + Texts via Mobile Phones Direct **£3.50pm after cashback**

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Posted 16th Nov 2019

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

£20 a month before cashback, but £396 cashback reduces this price to £3.50.
Possible extra £46.20 from Quidco making the monthly price just £1.58

Comes with:
-4gb of O2 data
-Unlimited minutes
-Unlimited texts
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why cold
Edited by: "stammer_teacher" 16th Nov 2019
what's cashback like with these guys?
Kian_Plays16/11/2019 09:34

Because the phone is 150


So £84 (£42 if you use TCB) for a £150 phone with 4gb of data for 24 months is cold
Might be going cold because Cashback isn’t always guaranteed
bigtam116/11/2019 09:41

Might be going cold because Cashback isn’t always guaranteed


Pretty much is if you are capable of setting a few calendar reminders and spending 2 minutes completing an online form. This is not a 2 bit company, it's part of AO.com.
Azwipe16/11/2019 09:43

Pretty much is if you are capable of setting a few calendar reminders and …Pretty much is if you are capable of setting a few calendar reminders and spending 2 minutes completing an online form. This is not a 2 bit company, it's part of AO.com.


I voted hot anyway as I think it’s a great deal
stammer_teacher16/11/2019 09:35

what's cashback like with these guys?


I've had two contracts with cashback through these guys and it's been great, takes two mins and is never a fuss. Put all of the calendar reminders in on the day you take the contract out
I agree, hot deal. Maybe the deal's listed price (£480) is putting people off?
I have a contact with mobile phones direct and they a very easy to claim cashback from
coldsky16/11/2019 09:58

I agree, hot deal. Maybe the deal's listed price (£480) is putting people …I agree, hot deal. Maybe the deal's listed price (£480) is putting people off?


Updated post. Thanks for feedback
RamsMax16/11/2019 10:14

Updated post. Thanks for feedback


The price listed needs to be the full price that will be paid so we've reverted this Cashback is something that can be mentioned but not the main "thing".
IronSoldier16/11/2019 10:16

The price listed needs to be the full price that will be paid so we've …The price listed needs to be the full price that will be paid so we've reverted this Cashback is something that can be mentioned but not the main "thing".


Didn't realise this. Thanks for letting me know
Kian_Plays16/11/2019 09:34

Because the phone is 150


But you are paying £84 for the phone with 4gb of data over the 2 years, even lower with Quidco
Well it's very hot if it works out, I guess.
- Company doesn't decide it was a misprice and refuse to honor the cashback
- You remember to claim the cashback
- Company doesn't go bust
retailgazette.co.uk/blo…9m/
Aradria16/11/2019 10:24

Well it's very hot if it works out, I guess.- Company doesn't decide it …Well it's very hot if it works out, I guess.- Company doesn't decide it was a misprice and refuse to honor the cashback- You remember to claim the cashback- Company doesn't go busthttps://www.retailgazette.co.uk/blog/2019/06/ao-world-losses-widen-to-18-9m/


Yep, AO are losing millions due to the losses from the mobilephonesdirect arm of the business...if that went bust or they sold it off you'd still have to pay O2 £20 per month but you might not get any cashback payments, effectively wiping out any saving with this deal
stammer_teacher16/11/2019 09:35

what's cashback like with these guys?


Iv got a contract from them 3 months ago and just gave them my first bills for claiming my first cashback so still waiting for then to get back to me.
I have friends that have used thier service for a long time and it's reliable.
But for the a20e deal sounds too good to be true. Never seen a sim only contract this low let alone with a phone.
rugman16/11/2019 11:52

Yep, AO are losing millions due to the losses from the mobilephonesdirect …Yep, AO are losing millions due to the losses from the mobilephonesdirect arm of the business...if that went bust or they sold it off you'd still have to pay O2 £20 per month but you might not get any cashback payments, effectively wiping out any saving with this deal


Don't let facts get in the way 'UK underlying earnings lifted by 20.9 per cent year-on-year to £27.4 million, boosted by its recent acquisition of Mobile Phones Direct, or by 14.3 per cent with this stripped out' . It's the EU part of the business that's doing bad.
Don’t understand why this is going so cold, where else can you find this phone for potentially £1.58 a month?
Azwipe16/11/2019 12:35

Don't let facts get in the way 'UK underlying earnings lifted by …Don't let facts get in the way 'UK underlying earnings lifted by 20.9 per cent year-on-year to £27.4 million, boosted by its recent acquisition of Mobile Phones Direct, or by 14.3 per cent with this stripped out' . It's the EU part of the business that's doing bad.


You are right, I read it wrong thinking the the mobile business had been making a loss, but is in fact making good money
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