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Unlocked Sony Ericsson J132 on Orange Dolphin 30 400mins/unlimited tx/Racoon 30 400mins/300txt unlimited landline 18mth £63.09or£23.09 after QuidCo = £1.28 a month
Unlocked Sony Ericsson J132 on Orange Dolphin 30 400mins/unlimited tx/Racoon 30 400mins/300txt unlimited landline 18mth £63.09or£23.09 after QuidCo = £1.28 a month

Unlocked Sony Ericsson J132 on Orange Dolphin 30 400mins/unlimited tx/Racoon 30 400mins/300txt unlimited landline 18mth £63.09or£23.09 after QuidCo = £1.28 a month

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Orange Dolphin 30 400mins/unlimited txt or Racoon 30 400mins/300txt unlimited landline over 18months for a total of £63.09 or £23.09 after £40 QuidCo = £1.28 a month for either of these two great tariffs, with fully successful cashback claims.
Firstly if you want a decent fully featured phone all dancing all singing mobile look elsewhere, this comes with a budget basic Sony Ericsson J132 Black Mobile Phone.

Yes I know previous 12month free deals have appeared before, but i think the above applies where such deals are less likely this year in my opinion, but I'll be happy when duckmagic proves me wrong

Basically there are two Orange tariffs here all on 18month contracts all with a very basic Sony Ericsson J132 Black Mobile.

All claims are at 6, 9, 12, 15 and 18 months and I've handled several e2Save mobile cashback contracts without fail due to sending them in time and all with Royal Mail Special Delivery

For extra £5/month you can have 500mb of data bolted on but there are better deals and mobiles out there for this.

Dolphin 30 400mins/unlimited text with £10 discount @ £19.57/month £289.17 Cashback which means £352.26 paid to Orange minus £289.17 of fully successful claims from e2Save= £63.09 for 18months on this tariff before £40 Quidco or selling the SE J132

Racoon 30 400mins/300texts unlimited UK Landline, with £10 discount @ £19.57/month £289.17 Cashback which means £352.26 paid to Orange minus £289.17 of fully successful claims from e2Save = £63.09 for 18months on this tariff before £40 Quidco or selling the SE J132

I would hope this deal is for medium to heavy users not interested in overpriced premium phones, happy with their current phone and to use this deal on it (will need you to unlock your current phone if it isn't already) and considering this is basically £20/month for a £30/month tariff with a considerable cashback I'm hoping some will find it useful

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sounds like a sweet deal. tthanks I'll get it by July 20th when my other contract finishes! do they have anything with 02?? ..and how much could you flog that fone for?

h+r :-)

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Navcity;5428202

sounds like a sweet deal. tthanks I'll get it by July 20th when my other … sounds like a sweet deal. tthanks I'll get it by July 20th when my other contract finishes! do they have anything with 02?? ..and how much could you flog that fone for?h+r :-)



You can ask for your pac come the 1st day of your final month and enact that PAC on any network/deal you wish without any real penalty, you will just be liable for the remaining days of your old contract which you last direct debit will have paid for anyways.

Any delay you make in the last month means that a subsequent direct debit will go through to claim back the days which overlapped passed your contractual period and also this and any other deal you might be interested in might not be available if you want to as little overlaps between the two contracts as possible.

I expect the phone is worth a tenner at best, bundle a Orange PAYG sim (free ones about a plenty) and voila, free gift for someone

Sorry, wouldn't touch this company with a shi**ty stick. They still owe me £80 for a cashback claim from 2 years ago. They claim sent the cheque despite the fact I produced bank statements to back up my claim. The last I heard it was with their legal dept to investigate, yeah right. Truly the worst customer service. I also have 3 friends in the same position. Buyer beware - it starts off nice and smooth and then it starts to go wrong the further into your contract. I would rate them as the worst company I have ever dealt with. You have been warned. Rant over. Sorry schizoboy.

schizoboy;5428249

You can ask for your pac come the 1st day of your final month and enact … You can ask for your pac come the 1st day of your final month and enact that PAC on any network/deal you wish without any real penalty, you will just be liable for the remaining days of your old contract which you last direct debit will have paid for anyways.Any delay you make in the last month means that a subsequent direct debit will go through to claim back the days which overlapped passed your contractual period and also this and any other deal you might be interested in might not be available if you want to as little overlaps between the two contracts as possible.I expect the phone is worth a tenner at best, bundle a Orange PAYG sim (free ones about a plenty) and voila, free gift for someone




Thanks man. I've got a LG Viewty on 02. and I'll need to get that unlocked too :-/ ah well, its only another £25

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Bigred01;5428288

Sorry, wouldn't touch this company with a shi**ty stick. They still owe … Sorry, wouldn't touch this company with a shi**ty stick. They still owe me £80 for a cashback claim from 2 years ago. Truly the worst customer service. I also have 3 friends in the same position. Buyer beware - it starts off nice and smooth and then it starts to go wrong the further into your contract. I would rate them as the worst company I have ever dealt with. You have been warned. Rant over. Sorry schizoboy.



No need to apologise, you're entitled to your opinion, I've dealt with many cashback contracts that's why I have no problem with them, I'm also stubborn as **** and have yet to be screwed over on a contract, I have taken other parties to small claims court, with help from the MSE forum so I'm hard to screw over

I would recommend only the organised and punctual get on cashback deals and always use Royal Mail Special Delivery which I supposed I should of entered into the total costs, but meh, nevermind lol

schizoboy;5428335

No need to apologise, you're entitled to your opinion, I've dealt with … No need to apologise, you're entitled to your opinion, I've dealt with many cashback contracts that's why I have no problem with them, I'm also stubborn as **** and have yet to be screwed over on a contract, I have taken other parties to small claims court, with help from the MSE forum so I'm hard to screw over :)I would recommend only the organised and punctual get on cashback deals and always use Royal Mail Special Delivery which I supposed I should of entered into the total costs, but meh, nevermind lol



I just use recorded. In fact I just stopped bothering with that and now send 1st class (right at the beginning of the claim period so I still have plenty of time to resend if it does go missing). Although, that is only through experience at the level of service from dialaphone (only takes around 4 days after posting for my redemption to be redeemed) so you may be right with them. E2Save is Carphone Warehouse if I remember correctly but I haven't used them so don't know how reliable they are.

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e2Save is a subsidiary of CPW.

For all the cold voters, show me a more reliable as good a 18month contract deal please

schizoboy;5428335

I have yet to be screwed over on a contract, I have taken other parties … I have yet to be screwed over on a contract, I have taken other parties to small claims court, with help from the MSE forum so I'm hard to screw over :)I would recommend only the organised and punctual get on cashback deals and always use Royal Mail Special Delivery which I supposed I should of entered into the total costs, but meh, nevermind lol



This is exactly why I won't ever use a cashback deal again - the extra hassle and the potential for being screwed over is just too high. Not to mention those extra costs just to give yourself a reasonable chance of not being screwed over! Is it really worth it? I don't think so. And Small claims court? That sounds like great fun, and not stressful at all! :w00t:

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Worth it for me, I took a builder to small claims for £400, I got £550 back after costs.

I've looked after 20 or so cashback deals without major problems

It is interesting how times change though, this deal didn't get as much hatred
hotukdeals.com/for…346

you could also go for the Combi £15 T-mobile contract which works out completely free and after Quidco you get a profit of £40!
shopping.e2save.com/ora…2BK

schizoboy;5429249

It is interesting how times change though, this deal didn't get as much … It is interesting how times change though, this deal didn't get as much hatred :)http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=160346



Hatred? :? Deals are not even comparable though. That was a 12 month contract, £50 profit after Quidco and a much better phone.

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Liddle ol' me;5429346

Hatred? :? Deals are not even comparable though. That was a 12 month … Hatred? :? Deals are not even comparable though. That was a 12 month contract, £50 profit after Quidco and a much better phone.



The cashback is the point of contention + this is a £10ish phone w880i at the time worth £50ish, and £10 more Quidco £50 difference buying 100% more talktime 50% more texts on a 50% longer contract

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Navcity;5429279

you could also go for the Combi £15 T-mobile contract which works out … you could also go for the Combi £15 T-mobile contract which works out completely free and after Quidco you get a profit of £40!http://shopping.e2save.com/orange-contract-phone/Sony+Ericsson+J132+Black/1/J132BK#t-mobiletariffs



Yep I saw it but it's very low usage, but of course there are low users out there:
hotukdeals.com/ite…11/

i think its excellent!

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murabi;5429745

i think its excellent!



Glad to hear it, medium to heavy users not after a new phone this seems unmatched.

Remember you'll need special delivery (with consequential loss insurance) to cover you, with out the consequential loss insurance you're just covering the cost of a few bits of paper.

This company is truly dreadful and are to be avoided like the plague.

Looking at another contract deal with e2save and see that they automatically add this:

1 Month FREE Insurance (£5.99 pm thereafter, can be cancelled) and VIP Gadget Helpline FREE for 1 month (£2.99 a month thereafter, can be cancelled)

Anybody have experience cancelling these - easy to do or do they make you jump through hoops?

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Liddle ol' me;5445248

Looking at another contract deal with e2save and see that they … Looking at another contract deal with e2save and see that they automatically add this:1 Month FREE Insurance (£5.99 pm thereafter, can be cancelled) and VIP Gadget Helpline FREE for 1 month (£2.99 a month thereafter, can be cancelled)Anybody have experience cancelling these - easy to do or do they make you jump through hoops?



Two things will happen with that, i) one will be nuisance phone calls until they remove you from their call list ii) you might have to cancel a direct debit for that

Bear in mind they will have paid E2save for your lead

Liddle ol' me;5445248

Looking at another contract deal with e2save and see that they … Looking at another contract deal with e2save and see that they automatically add this:1 Month FREE Insurance (£5.99 pm thereafter, can be cancelled) and VIP Gadget Helpline FREE for 1 month (£2.99 a month thereafter, can be cancelled)Anybody have experience cancelling these - easy to do or do they make you jump through hoops?



tmti.net/gad…tml


right down the bottom, it has the option to cancel the gadget attached to the deal

you need to wait for the paper work for your account number etc!

good luck

once again this is a very good deal!
the insurance would be a call to the company once you have the paper work!



the insurance you cancel with your bank, or phone them up when they send you the letter!

[COLOR="Red"]BOTH VERY EASY TO DO[/COLOR]

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murabi;5446072

http://www.tmti.net/gadgethelpline/sitemap.htmlright down the bottom, it … http://www.tmti.net/gadgethelpline/sitemap.htmlright down the bottom, it has the option to cancel the gadget attached to the dealyou need to wait for the paper work for your account number etc! good luckonce again this is a very good deal! the insurance would be a call to the company once you have the paper work!the insurance you cancel with your bank, or phone them up when they send you the letter![COLOR=Red]BOTH VERY EASY TO DO[/COLOR]



very useful information, thanks for that.

Brilliant spot, just what I have been looking for as my 12 months "free" contract has just come to an end today!!

Many thanks schizoboy.

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Just edited the OP title to update the SE J132 as unlocked, looks like off the shelf retail package in small box not branded or locked to any network.

As you can see here CEX will give you £20 cash for this:
cex.co.uk/pro…buy

Essentially making this deal £3.09

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So for those who ordered this, has everything arrived all ok? Happy with everything?

Have you logged into [url]www.mycashbackclaim.co.uk[/url] to check everything etc?

Let us know.

schizoboy;5462423

So for those who ordered this, has everything arrived all ok? Happy with … So for those who ordered this, has everything arrived all ok? Happy with everything?Have you logged into [url]www.mycashbackclaim.co.uk[/url] to check everything etc?Let us know.



Yes, well pleased - many thanks schizoboy
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Phone arrived ok with all correct paperwork except no cashback claim form, rang them and they will send another welcome pack. Not too bothered since you can download a pdf for the forms from the link above.

Only strange thing is the cashback offer on the link above does not seem to make sense - don't really want to wait until 2016 to claim!!!!!!! No real problem since they have the amount right and the paperwork sent with phone is correct.

Offer Breakdown You Get
Automatic Network Gift £229.17
Send month 57.83 claim between 1st May 2016 and 1st Jun 2016 £18.00

hey, after the contract is finished?

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murabi;5465477

hey, after the contract is finished?



Come the start of month 17, you can give Orange notice, either via requesting a pac or by terminating the contract you will still recieve a 18th bill which is valid for the final claim, I did this in march this year on w880i deal, wasn't a problem

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Geographic number for E2Save of you need it:
01509 610888

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E2Save seem to have faffed about on this with me.

I've had to call them about the vouchers (no longer required you can just send in the bill now, check the cashback claim leaflet) and the fact that my £10 monthly discount has disappeared as orange told me i was paying nearly £30/month according to them and no intervention from E2Save had appeared to reduce it to the advertised £20/month. E2Save assured me this was forth coming.

But if you look at [url]www.youraccount.orange.co.uk[/url] > billing & payments > view your bills > download and view the pdf

The £10 credit looks like it's there, bunch of muppets! All of em!

If you're interested, your Orange account number is the reference number on your direct debit letter for when you register on youraccount.orange.co.uk/

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It would also seem we get 2months off peak data, although no idea what times off peak are, what restrictions or limits are in place on this introductory offer:
http://img7.imageshack.us/img7/9957/orangeb.jpg

schizoboy;5472489

Geographic number for E2Save of you need it:01509 610888



did you port your number over to them?

You should probably check that the 2 months free data doesn't turn into a rolling addon.

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murabi;5475335

did you port your number over to them?



Yes, in a roundabout way, I PAC'd my old three number (thanks to T&C change) to a Orange PAYG I had with nearly £30 credit, once that was done I called the Orange Transfer Management Team who moved my PAYG Account onto my PAYM Account, and credited my PAYM account by £30.

Good use of old credit I was never going to use

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unknownuser;5475981

You should probably check that the 2 months free data doesn't turn into a … You should probably check that the 2 months free data doesn't turn into a rolling addon.



I never requested it as a ongoing addon upon ordering, while the insurance and gadget helpline crap was notified to me upon ordering by E2Save, of which I;ve cancelled one, no such rolling addon was, so I'd like to see Orange try and enforce that.

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murabi;5475335

did you port your number over to them?



www1.orange.co.uk/pay…tml

Keeping your old number
If you have not already done so, remember you can keep your number no matter where you are moving from. All you need to do is get a PAC code from your previous provider and contact us on 980 within 14 days of taking up your Orange contract.

So if you ordered on the 7th like me and the contract commenced on the 8th, you have until 16th to give them your PAC code from your departing network.

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For those setting up your voicemail you might want to know that 1111 is the default pin.

Other useful Orange info:
filesaveas.com/ora…tml

Bear in mind Orange PAYG and Orange PM systems are different.

i don't think there is anything else to match this around at the moment!

i need to use my pac number as soon as possible!

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murabi;5572472

i don't think there is anything else to match this around at the moment! … i don't think there is anything else to match this around at the moment! i need to use my pac number as soon as possible!



Alas the majority don;t seem to agree, after quidco and selling the phone, this is essentially 18months free on Racoon/Dolphin £30, but noooooooooo people need to moan don't they

Personally i preferred the LG Cookie Deal on M2YD, has fewer minutes and texts but it is a 12 month contract and i've found dealing with M2YD/Phones4U a lot less stressful and trouble free compared to Carphone Warehouse/e2save.

But that's just my opinion.
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