is e2save a reliable website

I am looking for good mobile deals and have came across some good deals on the e2save website. However to get these deals they are through something called redemption and i am wondering if the site is reliable and how i go about redemption if i take the contract out with them?
thanks in advance:)

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e2save is essentially Carphone Warehouse, so yes, they are a company who should be about for you to claim your redemptions from

never had a problem with them

Original Poster

so if i buy a phone from them how do i get the redemptions?


melissa6193

so if i buy a phone from them how do i get the redemptions?



They will either send them automatically to you, or they ask you send certain bills to them. The bills bit is so they know you haven't just cancelled the contract and you are up to date with payments. The best people to talk to about how exactly the scheme you have seen works is via their sales team, just don't be pressured into buying there and then if you want to think about it. If the sales person is very helpful, ask for their name and extension number, then when you decide to go for it, go back through them, might be lucky enough to get a freebie that way.

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They usually do the send-in-your-bill thing. At least, that's how it worked when I used them a while ago. Of course, I forgot to send half the bills in

Original Poster

are there ant other websites that do similar deals to e2save?

dialaphone, onestopphoneshop, carphonewarehouse, mobiles.co.uk, phones4u, literally loads out there to pick from

yh i recently used e2save, was good still waiting for my quidco though:|

Go through quidco also if its a new contract,currently £60 cashback with e2save.

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rafalution2

yh i recently used e2save, was good still waiting for my quidco though:|



So quidco is not always reliable?

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ukwomble

Go through quidco also if its a new contract,currently £60 cashback with … Go through quidco also if its a new contract,currently £60 cashback with e2save.



If its reliable its a good deal

Always view Quidco and Topcashback as a 'nice thing to get'. That way, if it gets declined for some daft reason, you've not missed out.

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moose109

Always view Quidco and Topcashback as a 'nice thing to get'. That way, if … Always view Quidco and Topcashback as a 'nice thing to get'. That way, if it gets declined for some daft reason, you've not missed out.



Ah so would you suggest i go through o2 directly or through e2save?


melissa6193

Ah so would you suggest i go through o2 directly or through e2save?



Depends on who has the better deal for you,but either way look at quidco and topcashback that way at least you could get more from the deal if cashback tracks all ok.
Here's a good deal comparison site for mobiles also:

mobiles4everyone.com/

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ukwomble

Depends on who has the better deal for you,but either way look at quidco … Depends on who has the better deal for you,but either way look at quidco and topcashback that way at least you could get more from the deal if cashback tracks all ok.Here's a good deal comparison site for mobiles also:http://www.mobiles4everyone.com/

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Thanks ill have a look
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