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Vodafone unlimited calls, text and 8GB 4G data £17 p/m - 12 months Total £204 (£6 p/m after poss cashback) @ Mobiles.co.uk
Vodafone unlimited calls, text and 8GB 4G data £17 p/m - 12 months Total £204 (£6 p/m after poss cashback) @ Mobiles.co.uk

Vodafone unlimited calls, text and 8GB 4G data £17 p/m - 12 months Total £204 (£6 p/m after poss cashback) @ Mobiles.co.uk

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£17 per month but after cash back... only £6!!

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Same deal is £5.50 after redemption on E2Save, if their site ever starts working properly again.

Original Poster

what's cash back process like? easy?

abed93

what's cash back process like? easy?



Very

Original Poster

gravy_davey

Very



​even with mobiles.co.uk?

wouldn't say it's simple to get money back. You have to send your mobile bill into and address every 2/3 months or so they will then send you a cheque for that period breaking it down into 6 payments. It's not automatic and the onus is on you to remember.

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casper6391

wouldn't say it's simple to get money back. You have to send your mobile … wouldn't say it's simple to get money back. You have to send your mobile bill into and address every 2/3 months or so they will then send you a cheque for that period breaking it down into 6 payments. It's not automatic and the onus is on you to remember.



​i can remember that and sounds simple. What could go wrong?

casper6391

wouldn't say it's simple to get money back. You have to send your mobile … wouldn't say it's simple to get money back. You have to send your mobile bill into and address every 2/3 months or so they will then send you a cheque for that period breaking it down into 6 payments. It's not automatic and the onus is on you to remember.



Or via e-mail/their website - even easier.

Had 2 previous cash back deals with Mobiles.co.uk very simple to get your cash back - no problems at all.

ahenners

Same deal is £5.50 after redemption on E2Save, if their site ever starts … Same deal is £5.50 after redemption on E2Save, if their site ever starts working properly again.


its working again

theres also a couple more offers
e2save.com/sim…G16

8GB Data Unlimited Minutes Unlimited Texts
Save £138 Cashback by redemption
£5.50 P/M for 12 months
£17.00 P/M before cashback

15GB Data 500 Minutes Unlimited Texts
Save over £145 Cashback by redemption
£7.50 P/M for 12 months
£19.55 P/M before cashback

20GB Data Unlimited Minutes Unlimited Texts
Save £132 Cashback by redemption
£9.00 P/M for 12 months
£20.00 P/M before cashback
Edited by: "watson44" 12th Sep 2016

watson44

its working again



So it is, been trying all day. Cheers

casper6391

wouldn't say it's simple to get money back. You have to send your mobile … wouldn't say it's simple to get money back. You have to send your mobile bill into and address every 2/3 months or so they will then send you a cheque for that period breaking it down into 6 payments. It's not automatic and the onus is on you to remember.



​Why go to all that hassle when they have a perfectly good Web process that allows you to upload a picture/pdf of your bill. Just make sure you follow THEIR instructions and it's hassle free.

I've been doing cashbacks with mobiles.co.uk for over 5yrs (change contract every couple of yrs) and I haven't had a single cashbacks refused.

If you're the forgetful type (or don't know how to use Outlook calendar) then this probably isn't for you.

BTW if you're going to go for this deal make sure you select the appropriate sim. They have two offers at the same price, one for the iPhone and another for smart phones

ahenners

Same deal is £5.50 after redemption on E2Save, if their site ever starts … Same deal is £5.50 after redemption on E2Save, if their site ever starts working properly again.


Fantastic, thanks for this

peaceoff

BTW if you're going to go for this deal make sure you select the … BTW if you're going to go for this deal make sure you select the appropriate sim. They have two offers at the same price, one for the iPhone and another for smart phones


What's the difference? It's still a smart phone

Houstieboy

What's the difference? It's still a smart phone



​Don't know...you'd have to ask mobiles.co.uk that one. They have two deals on their site, one for iPhone and the other for smart phones. I guess in their expert opinion iPhones may not be too smart? X)
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