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Sony Ericsson T303i Black (Clearance) - FREE on Vodafone 17 MONTHS FREE ON 18 MONTH CONTRACT - 300 MINUTES AND UNLIMITED TEXTS @ E2 Save
Sony Ericsson T303i Black (Clearance) - FREE on Vodafone 17 MONTHS FREE ON 18 MONTH CONTRACT - 300 MINUTES AND UNLIMITED TEXTS @ E2 Save

Sony Ericsson T303i Black (Clearance) - FREE on Vodafone 17 MONTHS FREE ON 18 MONTH CONTRACT - 300 MINUTES AND UNLIMITED TEXTS @ E2 Save

First post so please be kind - Came across this deal whilst looking for a new deal, couldnt believe the deal, go through TopCashback and get back £6.50 for taking the phone!!! I've just ordered mine, thought I'd share, these deals are hard to come by lately.

The Sony Ericsson T303 mobile phone has been made to appeal to a wider audience, petite and good looking, it offers designer good-looks without the price tag to match.

With essential features including 1.3-megapixel camera which allows you to catch all the fun as it happens, a built-in FM radio allowing you to listen to all the latest tracks. Share multimedia files via the built-in Bluetooth and store them with the 8MB of internal memory. Plus TrackID allows you to identify any track that you cant put a name to.

The Sony Ericsson T303 provides a pocket-sized convenience and premium good looks.



Admire the designer good looks without the price tag to match

Capture all the fun as it happens with the 1.3-megapixel camera

Listen to the latest tracks with the built-in FM Radio

Share all your multimedia files with the built-in Bluetooth

With the 8MB of internal memory you can store all your multimedia files

Use TrackID allowing you to identify any track that you cant put a name to

Bluetooth
Gprs
Polyphonic
Mp3

13 Comments

Nice deal - but voting cold because the super complex claim back procedure involved in obtaining this price... if you forget ones, you've just got yourself an expensive contract.

If you go for this be very very careful and make sure you know exactly what you're getting into.

As long as you're a bit organised, this is a fine deal

Dont forget £40 cashback via Quidco

A bit of faff but basically a free phone & contract if you're organised.

I had an e2save phone a bit back. They insist that all rebate claims are sent by next day post, at a cost of around £4.50, so you need to factor that in.

smokieUK;6014096

I had an e2save phone a bit back. They insist that all rebate claims are … I had an e2save phone a bit back. They insist that all rebate claims are sent by next day post, at a cost of around £4.50, so you need to factor that in.

According to the website the *recommend* recorded delivery.

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I'd go for that as a minimum anyway...

I got this phone as a clearance item from e2save. It arrived in a bit of a battered state so don't expect a new quality phone...

:shock:

simon77;6015535

I got this phone as a clearance item from e2save. It arrived in a bit of … I got this phone as a clearance item from e2save. It arrived in a bit of a battered state so don't expect a new quality phone...



send it back and give em hell, clearance or not you have rights

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very good deal and easy to redeem just send the claim forms when they say and wait for a cheque

Got mine today and it appears brand new (protective film on screen etc.). Ported my number so it's not working yet....

I bought one of these from e2save on PAYG a few days back. Came in as new condition with a few bits and bobs, so no complaint there. One thing I would warn though is that it's not very good at keeping hold of a phone signal. It keeps dropping out and going to SOS calls only on a regular basis. None of my other phones do that with the same sim in.

Banned

New rules from OFCOM will be coming into force on the 16th September 2009

The new General Condition on sales and marketing practices, amongst other things, requires mobile service providers:

•not to engage in dishonest, misleading or deceptive conduct and to put provisions in place to ensure that those selling their products and services do not mis-sell;
•to make sure the customer is authorised to, and intends to, enter into a contract;
•to make sure customers get the information they need when they buy the product;
•to make sure that parties selling their services are sufficiently trained;
•to make sure that the terms and conditions of all sales incentives – including cashbacks - offered by their retailers are not unduly restrictive; and
•to carry out certain due diligence checks in respect of their retailers to ensure the soundness of the company and its directors.
With a General Condition, Ofcom can formally investigate whether the rules are being followed and ultimately impose sanctions for breaches of these rules. We will also be able to make sure that the rules are being applied consistently by all mobile service providers.

ofcom.org.uk/med…aq/

Banned

A lot of money to fork out @ £30 per month over 18 months (£540)

If all OK then you end up paying just £30 for the length of the contract plus cost of redemption by recorded delivery (5 claims @ around £1.20 each claim).
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