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Sony Ericsson T303 Silver Clearance- Free phone with 12 months free line rental on 12 months Vodafone(Choose from 4 tariffs) + £30 Quidco @ M2YD
Sony Ericsson T303 Silver Clearance- Free phone with 12 months free line rental on 12 months Vodafone(Choose from 4 tariffs)  + £30 Quidco @ M2YD

Sony Ericsson T303 Silver Clearance- Free phone with 12 months free line rental on 12 months Vodafone(Choose from 4 tariffs) + £30 Quidco @ M2YD

Just ordered Sony Ericsson T303 at Mobiles2YourDoor (subsidiary of Phones4U).
Pls order via Quidco to get possible £30 cash back.

Choice of 4 tariffs.
1.Vodafone - Anytime Calls 25 - 12 month 100 Minutes + 50 Texts
2.Vodafone - Anytime Text 25 - 12 month 50 Minutes + 150 Texts
3.Vodafone - Anytime Call 30 - 12 month 250 Minutes + 100 Texts
4.Vodafone - Anytime Text 30 - 12 month 150 Minutes + 500 Texts


Pls remember to cancel the insurance before the free 3 months is up or you'll be charged £5.99 a month.

The phone is not the most desired one but I believe it's good credit crunch deal. If all goes well then there will be profit of £30 and a free phone.

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Original Poster

http://www.cellphonedigest.net/images/Sony-Ericsson-T303.JPG

Have been watching M2YD deals and this was on 10 months free before.
Seems like a good deal, but google the model and you will see lots of poor reviews about white screens suddenly appearing.
I went for the deal below, with 600 mins and 500 texts and a better phone, the Samsung J700. Still 11 months free, but £40 month and £30 quidco. The best deals do not always come up on M2YD unless you look at individual models.
As OP says, you must cancel free insurance in writing to the insurers Crewe address within 14 days of receipt or be stuck with it, payable after the free period. Also make sure you claim on time to avoid annullling the cashback rules.

mobiles2yourdoor.co.uk/Con…099

Hot!!

Original Poster

doublekite;4457474

you must cancel free insurance in writing to the insurers Crewe address … you must cancel free insurance in writing to the insurers Crewe address within 14 days of receipt or be stuck with it, payable after the free period. Also make sure you claim on time to avoid annullling the cashback rules.



Thanks doublekite for the reminder!
BTW £30 has been already tracked by Quidco for me.:thumbsup:

How do they make money of this?

May be worth reading this b4 u sign up....

reviewcentre.com/rev…tml

Hi!
The deal is good and I have dealt with MY2D successfully for the past year. So recommended (noting the reservations about the phone - but at this price it's practically disposable.)

doublekite;4457474

As OP says, you must cancel free insurance in writing to the insurers … As OP says, you must cancel free insurance in writing to the insurers Crewe address within 14 days of receipt or be stuck with it, payable after the free period.



I don't think I agree with this, from the M2YD site it says

"Phones 4u includes 3 months FREE premierplan mobile phone insurance to cover your new handset - thereafter the price will be £5.99 per month per handset, which is payable from the start of the 4th month by Direct Debit. The standard selling price of the cover is £7.99, which we are able to bring to you at a specially discounted price. In purchasing the package, a Direct Debit instruction will be requested with your bank by the insurance administrator Policy Administration Services Limited, and this must remain active for the handset to remain covered.

The cover is cancellable at any time, which will take immediate effect. "

mobiles2yourdoor.co.uk/Ins…544

So my intention is to cancel it after a couple of months, whilst it's still in the free period.

I hope that helps

Kevin

Cash back deals are even riskier in a period of economic decline.

Even if the phone supplying company does not go broke - who will be the last they will consider paying if they find things a little tight.

Also who in their right mind would pay £25 for 100 Minutes + 50 Texts!!!!

Original Poster

There is long thread on MSE about the M2YD and I decided to go for it after reading some good reviews there
forums.moneysavingexpert.com/sho…761

Just so that users who may not be aware of cashback deals, this involves paying either £25 or £30 per month, and then claiming it back from the retailer, according to their terms and conditions, so it may work out as free, if you manage to get your money back - good luck with this part!

looks good to me ,has anyone dealt with these before and are they ok with cashbacks normally?

Original Poster

clairel;4475923

looks good to me ,has anyone dealt with these before and are they ok with … looks good to me ,has anyone dealt with these before and are they ok with cashbacks normally?


Pls check the link at post #9 to find out what other says about the company.

good deal
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