Sony Ericsson W810i - Term Cost of £136 or less at The CarPhoneWarehouse
Sony Ericsson W810i - Term Cost of £136 or less at The CarPhoneWarehouse

Sony Ericsson W810i - Term Cost of £136 or less at The CarPhoneWarehouse

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The CarPhoneWarehouse have the Sony Ericsson W810i walkman phone, a popular upgrade on the W810i model, at £1.99 per month for 8 months on a 12 month contract. It's on the orange network. For £135.93 (after cashback) you get the W810i, 12 months line rental (after which you can cancel), 200 x-net mins per month, 75 texts per month and 50 extra orange to orange off peak minutes every month on the Orange Canary 30 tariff.

The Sony Ericsson W810i is an update to the hugely popular W800i Walkman phone. New features include quad-band, EDGE and a new button layout. The internal memory has been reduced to 20 MB but a 512 MB Memory Stick Duo card is included in the package. The W810i has all other features from the W800i including a 2 megapixel camera, video and MP3 playback, Bluetooth, FM radio with RDS, 3D games, Java, web browser and email. The Sony Ericsson W810i is a very capable phone. It looks the part and has a straight-forward, easy to use design.

This deal works by cashback which you claim from The CarPhoneWarehouse at specified intervals. The cashback is very reliable because of the retailer's good highstreet reputation and long time period in which you can send the claims. If you wish, you can purchase via QuidCo.com for an extra £30 in cashback, bringing the term cost down to £105.93!!


Surprised there's not more discussion on this, seems an absolute cracking deal - great phone and a really nice deal for the contract.

Don't need this at all but I'm really tempted...


I'm really tempted and do need it... funds are low

I dont 'need' a new phone but i am extremely tempted as I do like the look of this little phone alot.

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Sonds like this phone is the work of the devil. :lol:

As I said, cashback is 100% reliable if you do actually send the claim, and you get a whopping 60 day period to send it in!! Just make sure you do it as soon as you get the right bills so you don't forget about it, and as always you should go the extra step and send it recorded delivery just in case.

is this still valid? The link just seems to lead to the home page for me!

Original Poster

Aww!! They seem to have ended it. :cry:

Don't worry though... o2 have just re-vamped all of their tariffs and so there should be quite a few new offers over the next few days!! :thumbsup:
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