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Arguably the greatest and latest mobile phone available. Bar none.

Somebody posted a deal with this phone for £399 PAYG. This is cheaper and it's on a contract!

Here's what you get:
- £149.99 upfront
- 50 minutes
- 250 texts
- 100mb internet

13.50 a month for 24 months! Plus possible £90 cashback bringing it down to £384.
It is possible to cancel the £3 a month bolt on for 100mb internet after first 30 days (I think) which brings the cost down even more.

£13.50 per month for 24 months. If you want more internet, its £3 a month extra for 500mb internet or £7 more for 1gb. This makes the deal very flexible but if you want more minutes/texts, the price starts to get a bit steep but you'll still get the cashback. Therefore, this deal is very appealing for the light user or if you want to get the phone cheap.

Prices:
No internet (after cancelling bolt on after 1st month)
149.99 + 10.50 per month - £90 cashback = £315

100mb internet
149.99 + 13.50 per month - £90 cashback = £384

500mb internet
149.99 + 16.50 per month - £90 cashback = £456

1gb internet
149.99 + £20.50 per month - £90 cashback = £552

Specs:
- 126 x 66 x 8.49
- 4.3" Super AMOLED Plus WVGA 800x480 capacitive, multi touch Gorilla Glass screen
- 116g
- 1gb RAM
- 3g - HSDPA, 21 Mbps: HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps
- Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, DLNA, Wi-Fi hotspot, Wi-fi Direct, Bluetooth 3.0
- USB on the go
- 8mp camera and 2mp front facing camera
- 16gb storage
- 1080p video recording @ 30 fps
- Runs Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread with Touchwiz 4.0
- 1.2GHz Dual-core Exynos processor, Quad-core Mali-400MP GPU
- Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic
- 1650 mAh Li-ion battery

I'm the same person who posted HTC Desire S deal =P

Stingy tip: Buy an accessory with the phone and you'll get £101 cashback so if you choose an accessory costing less than a tenner, you'll get a free accessory as well as extra cashback! ;)

tip for some of u, i had a faulty desire s, o2 told me its out of stock, i asked to speak to a manager and they offered to send me this instead of the desire S, for the same £0 and 10.50 a month easter deal
- Nicolas

If you still haven't made your mind up about getting one, check out the cnet review 'Samsung Galaxy S 2 is the pinnacle of Android'

http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/mobile-phones/samsung-galaxy-s-2-review-50002442/
- Quicklite
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PhilK 2 Likes #1
Best phone ?
Er...lets agree to disagree, then.
simmobb2 5 Likes #2
PhilK
Best phone ?
Er...lets agree to disagree, then.

Enlighten us all o knowledgeable one, what is the best phone?
DVS_Dee#3
simmobb2
PhilK
Best phone ?
Er...lets agree to disagree, then.

Enlighten us all o knowledgeable one, what is the best phone?


Yes, please let us all know what the best phone is as I thought this one was pretty much up there.
TypicalAsianFindingDeals#4
Why are people voting cold? I don't understand :/
dmartins13 4 Likes #5
Does it track where you are at all times? if not why not!
zermattbusby 1 Like #6
HOT from me...

GS2 £150.00 (up front) + £252.00 (24 x £10.50 data removed) = £402.00 - £90.00 (Quidco) = £312.00 - £120.00 (O2 Broadband £5.00 p/m discount) = £192.00
TypicalAsianFindingDeals#7
zermattbusby
HOT from me...

GS2 £150.00 (up front) + £252.00 (24 x £10.50 data removed) = £402.00 - £90.00 (Quidco) = £312.00 - £120.00 (O2 Broadband £5.00 p/m discount) = £192.00

Sorry, what's this o2 home broadband thing?
zermattbusby#8
TypicalAsianFindingDeals
zermattbusby
HOT from me...

GS2 £150.00 (up front) + £252.00 (24 x £10.50 data removed) = £402.00 - £90.00 (Quidco) = £312.00 - £120.00 (O2 Broadband £5.00 p/m discount) = £192.00

Sorry, what's this o2 home broadband thing?


O2 will give you £5.00 p/m discount on their home Broadband when you sign up for a phone contract
Koma Toes#9
Warmed it up for you... ;)
Fulch36#10
Mind blowing deal! I was looking at getting the original Galaxy S but now that you've posted this, my mind is made up :D

Review:
http://www.engadget.com/2011/04/28/samsung-galaxy-s-ii-review/
Koma Toes 4 Likes #11
PhilK
Best phone ?
Er...lets agree to disagree, then.

I'd like to disagree with you please ;) Engadget do too...
http://www.engadget.com/2011/04/28/samsung-galaxy-s-ii-review/
From the last paragraph:
"Of course, a 4.3-inch screen size won't suit everyone, no matter how stupendously thin the device that carries it may be, and we also can't say for sure that the Galaxy S II would justify a long-term iOS user forsaking his investment into one ecosystem and making the leap to another. Nonetheless, if you're asking us what smart phone to buy today, unconstrained by such externalities, the Galaxy S II would be the clear choice. Sometimes it's just as simple as that."
snoopy18#12
HOw reliable is the cashback ?
zermattbusby#13
snoopy18
HOw reliable is the cashback ?


As with all c\b claims there's always a risk it may not validate, however O2 are pretty reliable. So long as you play by the book c/b should track within two days and payout in around 10 weeks
crazymonkey#14
How do you remove data?
robot1000#15
crazymonkey
How do you remove data?


If you login to your online O2 Dashboard, it can be changed there
HalfDemonHero1982#16
Heat added, works out cheaper than the PAYG very very tempted.
TypicalAsianFindingDeals#17
One question, if you remove the data after the first month, will it void the cashback? Some people are telling me that becuase the contract is changing, my cashback may be void??
Koma Toes#18
Probably better to only cancel the data after you have got the cashback... ;)
HalfDemonHero1982#19
TypicalAsianFindingDeals
One question, if you remove the data after the first month, will it void the cashback? Some people are telling me that becuase the contract is changing, my cashback may be void??
Thanks TAFD for posting. This has made me even more confused wether to go for PAYG or this deal. Are you sure you can cancel the internet bolt on?
Its just i thought i'd set up the deal in reverse by choosing the tariff first with no internet and then choosing the phone thus not having to cancel later on and not affecting Quidco. However, the S2 does not come up as an option. I'm confused.com
stanic#20
considering, just need an o2 contract for my iphone and hopefully can sell the phone for decent price very tempting missed the htc s deal last week

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