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  1. #1
    didds
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    In recent times I have "enjoyed" the ability to use the full cash back
    deals variously available... typically 12 month contracts whereby
    various bills get sent back and a juicy cheque appears subsequently
    that over the course of the 12 months means the total monthly outlay
    is returned.

    Me and the missus' current deals are coming towards an end and i
    started looking for potential replacements ie a new full cashback
    deal... but they seem very thin on the ground. I read somewhere then
    that mobile companies are moving away from these deals towards
    "gifts".

    Well, I don't want a Wii, or a slow cooker or whatever other old tosh
    they are handing out, I'd rather jump through the hoops and grab the
    cash. {Yes I know I could sell the useless gift on ebay but I'd
    rather avpid that route to be honest].

    Does anyody know of any full cash back deals still available from
    anywhere?

    didds



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  2. #2
    royc
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    Re: full cash back deals


    "didds" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]...
    > In recent times I have "enjoyed" the ability to

    use the full cash back
    > deals variously available... typically 12 month

    contracts whereby
    > various bills get sent back and a juicy cheque

    appears subsequently
    > that over the course of the 12 months means the

    total monthly outlay
    > is returned.
    >
    > Me and the missus' current deals are coming

    towards an end and i
    > started looking for potential replacements ie a

    new full cashback
    > deal... but they seem very thin on the ground.

    I read somewhere then
    > that mobile companies are moving away from these

    deals towards
    > "gifts".
    >
    > Well, I don't want a Wii, or a slow cooker or

    whatever other old tosh
    > they are handing out, I'd rather jump through

    the hoops and grab the
    > cash. {Yes I know I could sell the useless gift

    on ebay but I'd
    > rather avpid that route to be honest].
    >
    > Does anyody know of any full cash back deals

    still available from
    > anywhere?
    >
    > didds



    I have noticed that too!
    This site usually lists any when they are
    available
    http://emobilephonedeals.co.uk/12-mo...ee-line-rental

    11 months free seems to be the best at this time.

    Roy





  3. #3
    Yachan The Karate Monkey
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    Re: full cash back deals




  4. #4
    didds
    Guest

    Re: full cash back deals

    On 15 Oct, 18:36, "Yachan The Karate Monkey" <[email protected]>
    wrote:
    > http://www.pickyourmobile.co.uk


    can't find any cashback deals on there ... :-(

    didds



  5. #5
    andy
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    Re: full cash back deals

    On 15 Oct, 13:01, didds <[email protected]> wrote:
    > In recent times I have "enjoyed" the ability to use the full cash back
    > deals variously available... *typically 12 month contracts whereby
    > various bills get sent back and a juicy cheque appears subsequently
    > that over the course of the 12 months means the total monthly outlay
    > is returned.
    >
    > Me and the missus' current deals are coming towards an end and i
    > started looking for potential replacements ie a new full cashback
    > deal... *but they seem very thin on the ground. *I ...


    >
    > Does anyody know of any full cash back deals still available from
    > anywhere?


    I think that commission rates have dropped, and some dealers' reclaim
    conditions got more arduous, while other couldn't sustain more people
    reclaiming than they'd underwritten in their budget and consequently
    went broke. So cashbacks have soemthing of a muddied name nowadays;
    the best headline deals might be too risky

    When my deal expired nearly a couple of years ago and the same dealer
    offered something with not 100% cashabck and 6 vouchers over 18
    months, I reckoned if I was away and forgot one in time I'd be just
    about as well off and less aggro with a retentions deal from the
    network itself, which came to about 9 a month.




  6. #6
    Me
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    Re: full cash back deals

    On Thu, 16 Oct 2008 01:52:15 -0700 (PDT), didds <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >On 15 Oct, 18:36, "Yachan The Karate Monkey" <[email protected]>
    >wrote:
    >> http://www.pickyourmobile.co.uk

    >
    >can't find any cashback deals on there ... :-(
    >
    >didds


    I just had a quick look, and there are loads to choose from

    Start here

    http://www.pickyourmobile.co.uk/show...ree&sortby=pop

    Me



  7. #7
    Yachan The Karate Monkey
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    Re: full cash back deals


    "andy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:42485794-5362-4ff9-ba91-

    I think that commission rates have dropped, and some dealers' reclaim
    conditions got more arduous, while other couldn't sustain more people
    reclaiming than they'd underwritten in their budget and consequently
    went broke. So cashbacks have soemthing of a muddied name nowadays;
    the best headline deals might be too risky

    I have no affiliation to Dial-A-Phone but their cashback claim process is a
    doddle, no confusing jargon, simply send the bill that is dated between xxx
    and yyy and you get your cashback promptly.

    Their deals aren't as lucrative as other sites, granted, but unless you're
    an idiot it's guaranteed money back.




  8. #8
    andy
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    Re: full cash back deals

    On 16 Oct, 19:19, "Yachan The Karate Monkey" <[email protected]>
    wrote:
    > "andy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >
    > news:42485794-5362-4ff9-ba91-
    >
    > I think that commission rates have dropped, and some dealers' reclaim
    > conditions got more arduous, while other couldn't sustain more people
    > reclaiming than *they'd underwritten in their budget and consequently
    > went broke. So cashbacks have soemthing of a muddied name nowadays;
    > the best headline deals might be too risky
    >
    > I have no affiliation to Dial-A-Phone but their cashback claim process isa
    > doddle, no confusing jargon, simply send the bill that is dated between xxx
    > and yyy and you get your cashback promptly.
    >
    > Their deals aren't as lucrative as other sites, granted, but unless you're
    > an idiot it's guaranteed money back.


    You seem to have edited out the other half of my post.

    I'm not offended by that, but it does point out that a retentions deal
    is very likely as good or better nowadays. Looking at the Dialaphone
    site just confirms that to me.



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