Sony Ericsson K810i 10 months £1.99 on 12 month Contract + Possible £37.50 Quidco
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Sony Ericsson K810i 10 months £1.99 on 12 month Contract + Possible £37.50 Quidco

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Found 13th Aug 2008
Sony Ericsson K810i Free, 10 months at £1.99, month 11+12 at £30. This deal is by redemption.

On T Mobile Combi 30 contract.

300 free mins, 200 texts, check the call charges before buying though.

I have no idea if this is a good deal or not, I received this by Email today and seems a good price for those with the patience to redeem cashback.

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Original Poster

http://www.e2save.com/images/eflyers/7299/OSPS_E_FLYER_top_AugWk2.gif

Original Poster

Zero Views, but minus 13 lol.

Yeah, you can neg vote from the index page without opening the post itself.

I vote it cold because you get dragged in to an EXPENSIVE 12 month contract.

However, if you're willing to pay £30/month for a contract, then this is a good deal.

But, please do note that you can get better contracts elsewhere... From O2, you can get a monthly contract which you can cancel WHENEVER you want for £20, which gives you 600 minutes and 1000 texts, which is way more than this one. So, O2 is cheaper, has no contract length and gives you more minutes and texts. What's not to like?

shop.o2.co.uk/tar…nly

Original Poster

I like that 02 contract but you need to buy a phone first.

What if they go bust in 6 months time when you apply for your cashback?

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Ritchie 2;2740895

Zero Views, but minus 13 lol.



Thanks for the post, i received same email today.
You can all look up my posts regarding e2save, they are EXCELLENT.
This is a very good deal, effective cost after cashback is £6.66 month on 12 month contract,quidco(£37.50), means you get the phone and contract for effectively £3.50 a month.
Wrong to compare this to SIM only deals.

bulkomuff;2742221

Thanks for the post, i received same email today.You can all look up my … Thanks for the post, i received same email today.You can all look up my posts regarding e2save, they are EXCELLENT.This is a very good deal, effective cost after cashback is £6.66 month on 12 month contract,quidco(£37.50), means you get the phone and contract for effectively £3.50 a month.Wrong to compare this to SIM only deals.



If they're so EXCELLENT, as you put it, can you tell us all why there is this 102 page thread on MSE devoted to how to take e2save to court through the small claims process to claim cashbacks that haven't been paid? Or why so many of the actions have been successful? You may have been lucky with e2save - large numbers of others haven't been. You aren't connected with CPW in any way are you?

forums.moneysavingexpert.com/sho…257

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Newbold;2742972

If they're so EXCELLENT, as you put it, can you tell us all why there is … If they're so EXCELLENT, as you put it, can you tell us all why there is this 102 page thread on MSE devoted to how to take e2save to court through the small claims process to claim cashbacks that haven't been paid? Or why so many of the actions have been successful? You may have been lucky with e2save - large numbers of others haven't been. You aren't connected with CPW in any way are you?http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?p=13294257#post13294257



Yes. I have currently 3 contracts connected with CPW, they like all other previous ones are paying cashback nicely.
The people having problems with them probably have problems with their neighbours, issues with their kids, gas bills, you know the type, "why does it always happen to us?"

bulkomuff;2747815

Yes. I have currently 3 contracts connected with CPW, they like all other … Yes. I have currently 3 contracts connected with CPW, they like all other previous ones are paying cashback nicely.The people having problems with them probably have problems with their neighbours, issues with their kids, gas bills, you know the type, "why does it always happen to us?"



Are your contracts with CPW or e2save? Contracts with CPW itself rarely cause problems - it's the ones with e2save and OSPS that go wrong so frequently.

And I'm afraid you're wrong about the types of customer. It's happening across the board, and has far more to do with the internal targets being set for rejections.
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