Windows 8 tablets from £79, also upto £50 cashback! (via trade in, dependant on version purchased) @ BT Business
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Windows 8 tablets from £79, also upto £50 cashback! (via trade in, dependant on version purchased) @ BT Business

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Found 12th Nov 2014
Not sure how good these are but the deals and the trade ins make them ridiculously cheap.
You can get a 10.1" with Quad core, 2gb ram and 32GB storage for £109 after trade in!
Please note the link is EX VAT pricing but I have included VAT in the title.

7" = £30 Cashback if you trade in an old tablet
8" = £30 Cashback if you trade in an old tablet
10.1" = £50 Cashback if you trade in an old tablet

tablettradeup.com/uk/…rms

17 Comments

Original Poster

Not sure why some are colding this one, This is a windows 8 tablet with a quick intel CPU at Android cost?

You even get office 365 for a year and 1TB of one drive storage!

Its the cheapest Windows 8 tablet price there is, by a long, long way.

Maybe the deceiving title you've put.

Gives the impression that you can get a tablet for £29. In truth it's £79, then £30 for trading in a working 7"+ tablet.

how do you get the cash back?

It might be handy to link to the promotion terms, here you go:

tablettradeup.com/uk/…rms

Any idea of the delivery charges on them? Amazon are doing these from £79.98 delivered just now vs. £79 from BT. Maybe that why some people voted cold, dunno.

MikeLondon

how do you get the cash back?

see the link I posted, Micro-P are handling the trade-ins for the brand I think.

Office on mobile is now free .. was going to post asa seperate deal but cut and paste is onerous on tablets. Not quite full office as it doesnt include Access. Someone else may have the exactdetails. zero pounds, a price I can live with.

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oddballjamie

Maybe the deceiving title you've put.Gives the impression that you can … Maybe the deceiving title you've put.Gives the impression that you can get a tablet for £29. In truth it's £79, then £30 for trading in a working 7"+ tablet.


Sorry was not meant to deceive as I could not get everything in the title.
Now amended with extra info so not to deceive, but I did put up to in the title some people will not even trade in so hard to cover all bases in on title.
I was trying to cover 3 offers with one subject.

Dusterfluster

Sorry was not meant to deceive as I could not get everything in the … Sorry was not meant to deceive as I could not get everything in the title.Now amended with extra info so not to deceive, but I did put up to in the title some people will not even trade in so hard to cover all bases in on title.I was trying to cover 3 offers with one subject.



Nice one. Although could do with trade in the title by cashback.

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cookd

It might be handy to link to the promotion terms, here you … It might be handy to link to the promotion terms, here you go:https://tablettradeup.com/uk/en/pages/linx/termsAny idea of the delivery charges on them? Amazon are doing these from £79.98 delivered just now vs. £79 from BT. Maybe that why some people voted cold, dunno.



Not sure, but the amazon ones do not have a link to the cashback offer. (so are they eligible?)

Original Poster

oddballjamie

.Nice one. Although could do with trade in the title by cashback.



Sorry, new to the board, will amend

Dusterfluster

Not sure, but the amazon ones do not have a link to the cashback offer. … Not sure, but the amazon ones do not have a link to the cashback offer. (so are they eligible?)



Yep

Original Poster

oddballjamie

Yep



They still dont have the link on the £50 though, also could there be possible comeback if ordering from amazon
Terms
6 Purchases from auction websites (e.g. eBay) or marketplace sales through retail websites (e.g. Amazon Marketplace or Play Trade) are specifically excluded from this Promotion.

It shouldn't but the BT one may be worth while for not having on any dispute about where or whom it was purchased from.
Edited by: "Dusterfluster" 12th Nov 2014

Dusterfluster

They still dont have the link on the £50 though, also could there be … They still dont have the link on the £50 though, also could there be possible comeback if ordering from amazonPurchases from auction websites (e.g. eBay) or marketplace sales through retail websites (e.g. Amazon Marketplace or Play Trade) are specifically excluded from this Promotion.It shouldn't but the BT one may be worth while for not having on any dispute about where or whom it was purchased from.



Just don't order it from the marketplace. If the seller and supplier says Amazon, then all is good.

Linx Windows tablets & trade-ins have been covered a few times on here...
There's a Dabs deal too (BT Business is the same site as Dabs but they include VAT in the prices).

Also, forgot to mention £4.27 delivery so eBuyer deal works out better.

Original Poster

Perhaps I should have just done the 10.1" deal then as no one has done that yet )£50 cash back)(_;)

Great deal but posted wayyyyyyyyyyyyy too many times already.

Great price but I'd still wait to see if 2GB prices come down in the run up to Christmas. Just for future proofing especially considering this is Windows...
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