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The_Bloodster wrote: »
I was wondering whether anyone has tried to sign up for Vodafone through the link on here where you get a £100 gift card or through any of the cashback sites.
Even though I've got a mobile contract (2 in fact) with Vodafone it comes back that i have failed a credit check. Strangely though if I speak to Vodafone on the phone or chat they are happy enough to process the order. Seems they just want to avoid giving me the bonus cashback/gift card.
They fed me some suspiciously sounding rubbish that when you go through the links its a copy of the Vodafone website and not really their site. Anyone had that before?
Tempted to go straight to Vodafone and order it to see if it fails the credit check and then when it passed ask about the £100 voucher offer. When they come back and say you didn't click the link etc etc i'll say thats fine and cancel the order. Would be interesting to see what they do in that case
Tharweb wrote: »
I placed an order through MSE broadband choices on the 19th August. I had to register for the gift card first and then click on a link to the Vodafone site in the acknowledgement email to place the broadband order. Well if it is a copy, strangely enough they accepted my order and sent me a router ready for my connection date next Tuesday. A copy of the Vodafone site?! What rubbish!
anothermoneysaver wrote: »
I'm looking for normal broadband and line rental only (I do not make landline calls) and wanted to offer what I can find as the best deal available.
It's going to Now Broadband through Topcashback (which I know isn't guaranteed). Paying £18.00 per month for 12 months and getting £90 cashback. Totaling £126.00 for the year or £10.50 per month.
This slightly beats the offers available on the MSE cheap broadband page, so I wonder why it is not listed.
Has anyone else found any better deals?
Colin_Maybe wrote: »
MSE doesn't list cashback deals through the likes of TCB because of the very reason you stated yourself, there's no guarantee they'll track.
teddysmum wrote: »
To my surprise, I got PlusNet to match the Now deal, which is £18/month including Anytime calls, but PlusNet's deal is better, as the price is fixed and includes online security which Now does not.
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