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Sim-only 12 month contract, £10/month, 300mins+unlimited txts, £100 quidco cashback @ Vodafone Business
Sim-only 12 month contract, £10/month, 300mins+unlimited txts, £100 quidco cashback @ Vodafone Business

Sim-only 12 month contract, £10/month, 300mins+unlimited txts, £100 quidco cashback @ Vodafone Business

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Vodafone Business
Sim-only
12 Month contract.

300 any network minutes
unlimited texts

£100 cashback from quidco

That's £20 for a full year of mobile connectivity!

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Quidco vodafone business page:

quidco.com/vod…ss/

Cashback restrictions:

All contracts subject to status, availability and connection to a 12 month minimum airtime agreement and are subject to our standard terms and conditions. All prices exclude VAT unless specified.

# Cashback is not paid on 30 day monthly rolling contracts

# Cashback cannot be tracked/paid when using Google checkout.

# Cashback is paid per basket rather than per product. To get multiple cashbacks you will need to submit multiple orders.

# Every mobile handset comes with a free accessory. You will therefore not be rewarded the cashback on the accessory, unless its in a separate transaction.

# You will not get your cashback if used in conjunction with a voucher code.

* Members should only use a valid Quidco voucher code if there is a voucher code listed. If you use a voucher code that is not listed on Quidco then your sale may not track and you will not get your cashback.

* Cashback may only be paid on the basket value excluding VAT & delivery.

Obviously it's only a good deal if the cashback tracks.
However I the past i've had no problem with cashback tracking for purchases from both Vodafone and Vodafone Business.

18 Comments

Consumer is always better when you have less than 5 handsets with VF.

Original Poster

You could even try the following:

- Order from Vodafone (via quidco)
- Order from Vodafone Business (via quidco)
- Phone up & cancel the Vodafone Business order.
- Cross your fingers & hope Vodafone pay cashback on both transactions.

It worked for me last time; I got £240 cashback (£150(voda)+£90(business)) for a 24 month, £10/month contract, and free Genio Slide!

Original Poster

sicknote

Consumer is always better when you have less than 5 handsets with VF.



Consumer are only offering £50 cashback for 12 month contracts, rather than the £100 from Business =|
Edited by: "TehJumpingJawa" 23rd Oct 2010

TehJumpingJawa

You could even try the following:- Order from Vodafone (via quidco)- … You could even try the following:- Order from Vodafone (via quidco)- Order from Vodafone Business (via quidco)- Phone up & cancel the Vodafone Business order.- Cross your fingers & hope Vodafone pay cashback on both transactions.It worked for me last time; I got £240 cashback (£150(voda)+£90(business)) for a 24 month, £10/month contract, and free Genio Slide!



That's not a glitch is it? I would term that 'fraud' to be honest, because it is premeditated as opposed to an error on Vodafone's part. Only my opinion mind, not a legal fact.

Original Poster

Perhaps - though in the case of my Genio Slide contract I discovered it by accident

Tbh I don't see a problem with exploiting a possible flaw in Vodafone's cashback processing mechanism. Especially given the lack of legislation & consumer protection governing cashback payments.

Original Poster

lots of cold votes, but not one suggestion of a better deal?

TehJumpingJawa

Perhaps - though in the case of my Genio Slide contract I discovered it … Perhaps - though in the case of my Genio Slide contract I discovered it by accident ;)Tbh I don't see a problem with exploiting a possible flaw in Vodafone's cashback processing mechanism. Especially given the lack of legislation & consumer protection governing cashback payments.



, do not even want to comment on this

Didn't know they still did 12 month contracts, apart from SIM only??

tpol

That's not a glitch is it? I would term that 'fraud' to be honest, … That's not a glitch is it? I would term that 'fraud' to be honest, because it is premeditated as opposed to an error on Vodafone's part. Only my opinion mind, not a legal fact.



Fraud? Don't talk such rubbish.

If I wasn't stuck in my current contract for another 9 months I would be on this. Vodafone have had enough of my money over the last 5 years, its about time I got a reduction on something....

Don't you need to provide business credentials to be a business user?

I have this contract, but was only £15 quidco cashback at the time, but be wary, my cashback is still being disbuted 6 months on.

Original Poster

tyke

Don't you need to provide business credentials to be a business user?



Nope.

TehJumpingJawa

Perhaps - though in the case of my Genio Slide contract I discovered it … Perhaps - though in the case of my Genio Slide contract I discovered it by accident ;)Tbh I don't see a problem with exploiting a possible flaw in Vodafone's cashback processing mechanism. Especially given the lack of legislation & consumer protection governing cashback payments.



The problem is that people like you make mobile phone costs even more expensive. Bravo.

1on4

Fraud? Don't talk such rubbish.If I wasn't stuck in my current contract … Fraud? Don't talk such rubbish.If I wasn't stuck in my current contract for another 9 months I would be on this. Vodafone have had enough of my money over the last 5 years, its about time I got a reduction on something....



I am all for people expressing an opinion. However, that does not give you right to dismiss my comments with unsupportable rubbish. The fact that the mobile phone companies (like most businesses) rip us off, does not give us the right to defraud them. We should exercise our rights as consumers, not indulge in finding ways to commit criminal acts.

If there is a glitch, as happens often, and you benefit, good luck to you. However, to deliberately sign a contract and not honour that with the intention of benefiting in receiving the cashback is 'obtaining monies by deception' or fraud in plain English.

Rant over.

Original Poster

ytfc_nick

The problem is that people like you make mobile phone costs even more … The problem is that people like you make mobile phone costs even more expensive. Bravo.



By that logic people shouldn't use cashback sites, or loyalty schemes, or buy sale and clearance items. Logic dictates that all sales below the mean price must be subsidised by sales above the mean price.

I can only conclude that you do not understand:
a) the concept of a free market.
b) the purpose of this site.

A free market is fundamentally competitive in nature, every consumer is competing with every other consumer. Those that pay less are inevitably subsidised by those that pay more.

The idea of this site is to facilitate collaboration & sharing, for the mutual benefit of those who visit this site. It gives those who visit this site a competitive edge against those who do not.

Ultimately it is neither your nor my business what others pay; we as individuals should only be concerned with paying as little as possible.

TehJumpingJawa

By that logic people shouldn't use cashback sites, or loyalty schemes, or … By that logic people shouldn't use cashback sites, or loyalty schemes, or buy sale and clearance items. Logic dictates that all sales below the mean price must be subsidised by sales above the mean price.I can only conclude that you do not understand:a) the concept of a free market.b) the purpose of this site.A free market is fundamentally competitive in nature, every consumer is competing with every other consumer. Those that pay less are inevitably subsidised by those that pay more.The idea of this site is to facilitate collaboration & sharing, for the mutual benefit of those who visit this site. It gives those who visit this site a competitive edge against those who do not.Ultimately it is neither your nor my business what others pay; we as individuals should only be concerned with paying as little as possible.



Your use of big words to try and put off people from disagreeing with you is mighty impressive, however your underlying argument is completely flawed and to be honest, I don't think you have much of clue what you're talking about.
My time is far too important to lay out everything that is incorrect with your comments, but believe me I can assure you I know very much about a concept of a free market (which by the way, your methods are nothing to do with).
You live in a very sad World if you really believe your dog eat dog ideas, and like others point out, at the end of the day you are effectively committing fraud.

Anyway, it's probably about time you got back to robbing your own Grandma.


P.S. You obviously do not understand the concept of this site, or else you would not have posted a deal that has currently reached the dizzy heights of -78 degrees.
But of course, you're right and everyone else is wrong
Edited by: "ytfc_nick" 23rd Oct 2010

Back to the original deal...

Can anyone confirm if they have received full cashback from quidco yet for any SIM only deals?

If quidco is tracking, can someone explain why this is cold? 20quid for 12/[email protected]/mth seems awefully attractive.

Isin't this the price without VAT? So it would be more than the £10 a month.

I've known a few people order from Vodafone online and they have been charged there traiff plus VAT and they all clicked the business button during the order process as it offered more minutes seemingly for free.
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