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Vodafone Sim Only - 60GB Data (5G) + Unlimited Minutes/Texts £20 p/m £240, £7 p/m after £156 Cashback @ Affordable Mobiles
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Vodafone Sim Only - 60GB Data (5G) + Unlimited Minutes/Texts £20 p/m £240, £7 p/m after £156 Cashback @ Affordable Mobiles

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Posted 21st Feb

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60GB of uncapped data speeds with 5G at a super low effective monthly cost of £7 for a 12 Month Contract after claiming cashback.

Well reviewed website with great deals. Might grab this one though probably won't use all that data.
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I will go with mobiles.co.uk who is offering same deal for £9.50 which is you can upload your bill online
As a heads up – I just ordered this, then saw in the terms that you're required to send your bills via post in some narrow window by recorded delivery. Can imagine they'll fight you for each cashback claiming they haven't received it. Not worth the few quid. I cancelled – they tried to get me to stay with an offer (!!!)... 10 mins later the offer is to ignore the cashback. Asked to delete all my records from the system. Avoid.
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Potential £26.25 TopCashback. Great deal anyway and TopCashback makes it even more tasty.
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But is that online upload or we have to send it by post
humdan42421/02/2020 13:30

But is that online upload or we have to send it by post


Click deal and read!!
via post

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way too much hassle. They do this deliberately knowing many will simply forget or wont be bothered I know others do have online uploading of bills for cashback which way more better and convenient.

The real question is why is the cashback not automatic ? Why does it have to rely on the customer to send in bills ?
As a heads up – I just ordered this, then saw in the terms that you're required to send your bills via post in some narrow window by recorded delivery. Can imagine they'll fight you for each cashback claiming they haven't received it. Not worth the few quid. I cancelled – they tried to get me to stay with an offer (!!!)... 10 mins later the offer is to ignore the cashback. Asked to delete all my records from the system. Avoid.
25GB data roaming limit still?
I will go with mobiles.co.uk who is offering same deal for £9.50 which is you can upload your bill online
humdan42421/02/2020 15:40

I will go with mobiles.co.uk who is offering same deal for £9.50 which is …I will go with mobiles.co.uk who is offering same deal for £9.50 which is you can upload your bill online


Think I will do the same, not worth the hassle to save a few quid...
CyberDude21/02/2020 13:58

They do this deliberately knowing many will simply forget or wont be …They do this deliberately knowing many will simply forget or wont be bothered Why does it have to rely on the customer to send in bills ?


Haven't you answered your own question?

We need the people who forget so that we can pocket the money ourselves!

Get your calendar in order amigo!
humdan42421/02/2020 15:40

I will go with mobiles.co.uk who is offering same deal for £9.50 which is …I will go with mobiles.co.uk who is offering same deal for £9.50 which is you can upload your bill online


Much better!
OP I would suggest you post a link rather than a subjective "Well reviewed website" - when I checked recently, I very quickly found 1 complaint of providing imported phones flashed with UK firmware (not sure how much of an issue that is, but the lack of transparency is) and another complaint about the cashback payments being delayed beyond their already long time frame from their T&Cs - this was certainly my experience with A1 comms (some years ago now as I never trusted them enough to return). Great price, but personally I would avoid both postal redemption & A1 comms.
jnm2122/02/2020 08:04

OP I would suggest you post a link rather than a subjective "Well reviewed …OP I would suggest you post a link rather than a subjective "Well reviewed website" - when I checked recently, I very quickly found 1 complaint of providing imported phones flashed with UK firmware (not sure how much of an issue that is, but the lack of transparency is) and another complaint about the cashback payments being delayed beyond their already long time frame from their T&Cs - this was certainly my experience with A1 comms (some years ago now as I never trusted them enough to return). Great price, but personally I would avoid both postal redemption & A1 comms.


In terms of a deal, this is a good one. In trustpilot I saw positive reviews for handsets and devices but i couldn't find many for their cashback scheme.

I have to agree with you with their postal redemptions though since there is a lot that can go wrong and even i wouldn't recommend it.

I've not used affodable mobiles before so any members with experience are the heart of hukd to inform and warn others of potential issues that may arise. Thanks
If you look back in my postings, my personal dealings (with fellow A1comms company buymobilphones.net, who subsequently dropped the phone out of the name) were back in 2013 & 2014, but I found a link to a review of someone going through the exact same thing on TP, as recently as January. My advice, factor in 5 claims using SD (not SF) delivery at £6.60 each (£33) and if it still beats MPD & mobiles.co.uk including sister sites (I personally wonder about Fonehouse as they are owned by a 2 year old company - again see my posting history) and a delay of about 2 months compared to MPD in getting cashback is OK, then go for it. I found mentioning (strongly) suing A1, the money did turn up - no idea if doing so influenced things (though I think one payment arrived one afternoon, back when Faster Payments were less common).

As for RM Signed For, if it goes missing, the first thing they will say is "RMSF is not a guaranteed service" & second will be "come back after [I believe it is now] 3 weeks/15 working days". Rumours used to be that business customers got away with not providing signatures (though I think that has stopped), however (more relevant to residential addresses) they only promise the signature of someone in the general area (e.g. a neighbour) - not much good in court.
Will this work on 4g phones???
suhaybk28/02/2020 21:58

Will this work on 4g phones???


Yeah it will, I have a 4G phone and it works great.
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