Three SIM only plan - 12 months, 8GB (5G), Unlimited Mins & Texts - £8.00 p/m £96 (Effectively £2/per month - £72 cashback) @ Fonehouse
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Three SIM only plan - 12 months, 8GB (5G), Unlimited Mins & Texts - £8.00 p/m £96 (Effectively £2/per month - £72 cashback) @ Fonehouse

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Three SIM only plan - 12 months, 8GB (5G), Unlimited Mins & Texts - £8.00 p/m £96 (Effectively £2/per month - £72 cashback) @ Fonehouse
Expires on 30/06/2021Posted 4th Mar 2021
Hi all. I purchased this deal last year and using the same link I noticed it was still live and available to purchase.
Also found an old thread that has expired but the link on that thread also still works. (hotukdeals.com/dea…056)

Fonehouse are offering a 12 month Three sim only plan which includes 8GB (5G) data, unlimited minutes and texts.
The price is £8/month before cashback. This totals £96 for the year.
This deal comes with £72 cashback which effectively reduces the monthly cost from £8 to £2/month.

You do need to mess around with filling in the cashback form on the Fonehouse website though.
It doesn't take too long but you need basic info like name, order number, mobile number and a copy of the three bill.

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Claiming Cashback
It’s super simple to claim your cashback. There aren’t too many steps, you just need to understand when to claim. All that’s required to submit a cashback claim is your network bill and your Fonehouse account. The first email you receive from us will be a validation link to this account. Click this as soon as you receive it and set a password for your new Fonehouse account. When you want to claim cashback, just login into your account and click the button titled ‘Claim Cashback’ in the bottom left corner.

You’ll see a cashback form appear on screen. This asks for your order number, name. email address, date of birth, network, telephone number and bill date. You’ll also need to include a PDF download of your relevant bill, make sure you keep reading to find out which dates these are. All you need to do is enter the details given when you placed the order and submit your claim. You’ll get an email shortly confirming your claim has been submitted successfully and our finance team will get to processing it within 14 working days.

If you have any issues when trying to claim, you will need to contact customer services who will be able to help rectify the problems. Send an email to support@fonehouse.co.uk (mailto:support@fonehouse.co.uk) with your PDF bill attached and all the details needed on the claim form. It’s important you do this last step in case it’s a simple fix with changing some details that you’re entering.


12 Month Redemption Cashback Claim Dates
Depending on which contract you have taken out, your claim dates may differ slightly. One thing that doesn’t change at all is how the cashback is claimed. Please read the above section for information into how to claim. You will only have a SIM only 12 month contract, we don’t currently offer this length for handset plans. The shorter the contract, the higher the price is. We like to ensure that our deals are as affordable as possible to keep our customers happy.

Redemption cashback has to be claimed for in 5 equal instalments. For anyone on a 12 month contract, you will need to submit your PDF network bill in billing months 3, 5, 7, 9 and 12. You must submit a claim within 60 days of receiving the bill or you risk missing out on the claim. We do suggest putting a reminder in your phone so that you’re able to keep up with these savings. If you claim outside of this 60 day period then you risk not having payment of cashback.

Once you have successfully submitted your claim, you will receive an email letting you know it will be processed. The Fonehouse finance team will process the submitted claim within 14 working days and pay the instalment within 21 working days if accepted.



Reasons for rejection
Any claim will be rejected if it’s submitted outside of the 60 day period. There is no chance for this to be contested. We suggest that customers submit their bills as soon as they receive them from the network in order to avoid this issue. It also gives you a lot more time to solve any other potential issues that arise.

We only pay cashback to customers who are up to date with their network bills. If you are behind on bills, we cannot pay you until it is resolved. Customers who have been disconnected from their network will have orders and cashback cancelled. You will need to have a new, completed order with cashback if you want to continue.

We set our cashback specific to the deals we have on our website. When these deals are changed by the customer or the network, the cashback is affected. We highly suggest not changing your tariff if you want to receive the cashback extra as we will be forced to withdraw any cashback offers if this happens. If you are unsure of any changes to your contract, please contact Fonehouse directly.

When you’re submitting your cashback form, you’ll be asked for a few details. If these do not match what we hold on your order, the cashback claim will be rejected. It’s super easy to avoid this issue as you can update your details with Fonehouse directly. If you need to change anything, simply get in contact with us and we can help.

Cashback can also be rejected if the wrong bill is submitted. As long as you follow the above cashback claim dates, the bill will be correct. Just double check that the bill date you enter on the form matches the date shown on the network bill.
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