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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge on EE - £25.99 per month + £125.00 Upfront = £749.00 over 24 moths @ Mobiles.co.uk

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Samsung S7 Edge - 3gb data, unlimited texts, unlimited minutes on EE Ok so I been looking for an S7 edge for a while and saw the link for the S7 and came across this. It may not have enough data… Read More
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1m, 5d agoFound 1 month, 5 days ago
Samsung S7 Edge - 3gb data, unlimited texts, unlimited minutes on EE

Ok so I been looking for an S7 edge for a while and saw the link for the S7 and came across this.

It may not have enough data for all but for me I have access to my work's wifi and obviously have wifi at home.

Seems like a good deal to me but as most deals for the S7 appear to go cold I am not holding my breath. Please feel free to advise on any better deals out there as my contract is up very soon and although I know the S8 is due out soon the S6 was still commanding a high price when the S7 was launched and still is compared to the competition.

Thanks to jco83 who pointed me another deal on 02 which took me to this one.
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#1
Hot thanks op
1 Like #2
Nice to see a good S7 Edge deal on a network other than Vodafone ;)

*£25 Topcashback/Quidco

Edited By: jco83 on Mar 20, 2017 00:24: *
1 Like #3
very hot for me it's not Vodafone
#4
These will go down in price after S8 release on 29 of March, so what the point to tie up for 24 months...

Edited By: Rimi on Mar 20, 2017 08:00
#5
They're really not going to drop that much. Even the s6 still sells for £360.
#6
This is still nearly £750 over 2 years.
#7
Rimi
These will go down in price after S8 release on 29 of March, so what the point to tie up for 24 months...

I think you may find the S7 price will remain the same and the network providers and mobile phone companies will be charging a premium for the latest phone. That's what happened when they launched the S7 and the way that Samsung appears to be going with it's "Apple" pricing strategy. I am not saying that this is right but after owning the S2 and the S4, both of which were available at reasonable cost Samsung have become the market leader on both equipment and high price. Thing is though after having an LG G4 for nearly 2 years it's sale ability and price won't be anywhere near what a second hand S6 would be worth. Same as you can always get a decent price for an iphone second hand.
#8
guilbert53
This is still nearly £750 over 2 years.

Yes, it's a lot of money but it costs over £500.00 to buy one of these sim free. I think a BMW 3 series or Audi A4 are lot of money compared to other cars but I wouldn't be voting them cold because of the cost. The purpose of hotdeals is for consumers to post what they think is a better deal. If this deal was a lot less but was with Three or Vodafone then it would be cold for me as I would never be buying anything to do with their networks. Looking at exchanging my phone I didn't think the deal was too bad and staying with the network that works for me. Selling of my old phone will pay the upfront fee cost so I will just be paying the same per month as I do now.

People are entitled to vote cold but for those who do then if you can let me know where I can purchase a Gold S7 Edge for less that's not with Vodafone or Three then please let me know.
#9
Smartguy1
guilbert53
This is still nearly £750 over 2 years.
Yes, it's a lot of money but it costs over £500.00 to buy one of these sim free. I think a BMW 3 series or Audi A4 are lot of money compared to other cars but I wouldn't be voting them cold because of the cost. The purpose of hotdeals is for consumers to post what they think is a better deal. If this deal was a lot less but was with Three or Vodafone then it would be cold for me as I would never be buying anything to do with their networks. Looking at exchanging my phone I didn't think the deal was too bad and staying with the network that works for me. Selling of my old phone will pay the upfront fee cost so I will just be paying the same per month as I do now.
People are entitled to vote cold but for those who do then if you can let me know where I can purchase a Gold S7 Edge for less that's not with Vodafone or Three then please let me know.

£500 SIM free??? I can get and sell you brand new one Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge for £350 cash. :p
#10
Almost double than what I paid 3 months ago
S8 on its way so not a good time to buy esp at this price
#11
Try o2
U can buy phone from any company n get it unlocked
I bought rose gold edition fr Mrs cost me 380 plus a nice Bluetooth speaker for myself they claimed worth £99 but I would value at around 35/40 being samsung
#12
Rimi
Smartguy1
guilbert53
This is still nearly £750 over 2 years.
Yes, it's a lot of money but it costs over £500.00 to buy one of these sim free. I think a BMW 3 series or Audi A4 are lot of money compared to other cars but I wouldn't be voting them cold because of the cost. The purpose of hotdeals is for consumers to post what they think is a better deal. If this deal was a lot less but was with Three or Vodafone then it would be cold for me as I would never be buying anything to do with their networks. Looking at exchanging my phone I didn't think the deal was too bad and staying with the network that works for me. Selling of my old phone will pay the upfront fee cost so I will just be paying the same per month as I do now.
People are entitled to vote cold but for those who do then if you can let me know where I can purchase a Gold S7 Edge for less that's not with Vodafone or Three then please let me know.
£500 SIM free??? I can get and sell you brand new one Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge for £350 cash. :p

Post the deal then........
iibdii
Almost double than what I paid 3 months ago
S8 on its way so not a good time to buy esp at this price

Same answer to you. Proof is always good. I been looking for an S7 for quite a while now and haven't seen any offers and if you and Rimi have been lucky to find one then obviously you posted on here to help others. Damn I must have missed it.
#14
Yeah definitely less than £500.00 for a new S7 Edge as the following link shows. I tried a few comparison sites all with similar results unless you want to buy off ebay or from a site nobody I know has heard of. Remember unless you buy from a business seller on ebay you could run into trouble with manufacturer's warranty should the phone develop a problem. Notice I said could run into a problem.....

https://pricespy.co.uk/product.php?p=3499390&gclid=CL3o38Gt5dICFUoz0wodSzEO8g
#15
Cold
£125 up front.

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