Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge with 5GB of 4G data and unlimited minutes and texts on EE for £30.99PM (£743.76) (Various Colours) @ Affordable Mobiles - HotUKDeals
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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge with 5GB of 4G data and unlimited minutes and texts on EE for £30.99PM (£743.76) (Various Colours) @ Affordable Mobiles

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Pretty tasty deal for what is, in my opinion, the best smartphone currently on the market. No upfront cost either... WIN! ALL colours are available at this price, including the newly introduced Cor… Read More
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Pretty tasty deal for what is, in my opinion, the best smartphone currently on the market. No upfront cost either... WIN!

ALL colours are available at this price, including the newly introduced Coral Blue 8)

White
Gold
Black
Coral Blue

£30.99 per month(24 Month contract) for;

-5GB Data per month (4G)
-Unlimited minutes
-Unlimited Texts


Total to pay: £743.76

http://i.imgur.com/ZKXD3DD.png?1

Specs:

Display - 5.5" curved Super AMOLED 1440x2560
Battery - 3600mAh
Processor - 2.3GHz Quad Core
Memory - 4GB
Storage - 32GB (SD Card expandable)
Camera - 12MP f/1.7
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Price will plummet even more once the S8 arrives in April

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#1
What will normally will happen if I cancel the contract after 12 months?
#2
That's a good deal, wish they had a plan with less data for a lower monthly cost.

Weirdly I can't find this offer on their site, only by clicking through the link.

Edited By: sonicfury on Mar 01, 2017 17:38
3 Likes #3
murugesh
What will normally will happen if I cancel the contract after 12 months?


They take 12 more payments all in one go.
13 Likes #4
Price will plummet even more once the S8 arrives in April
3 Likes #5
This deal looks great. However, realistically, will the price drop significantly when the S8 is released in April? Did the S6 drop a lot in price when the S7 was released?

I do need a new phone and I am leaning towards the S7, but I am not sure whether to wait until after April or not. Tough decisions!
[mod]#6
BambooBadger
This deal looks great. However, realistically, will the price drop significantly when the S8 is released in April? Did the S6 drop a lot in price when the S7 was released?
I do need a new phone and I am leaning towards the S7, but I am not sure whether to wait until after April or not. Tough decisions!

I looked for an S6 edge deal a little while back and found a lot were more expensive (at the time) Personally I think if you want an S8, just wait. You might see a small decrease on the S7s but i can't see it crashing down any time soon tbh

Edited By: NeoTrix on Mar 01, 2017 18:15
1 Like #7
Been using three and feel at home the past few years while abroad. Do EE include mins/data abroad/roaming or do you need to pay for a hefty add-on?
#8
Thanks for the feedback, I thought that might be the case, I didn't think the s7 would crash down in price suddenly when the s8 is released. I might just wait until April though ☺ Thanks.
1 Like #9
EE have one of the worst roaming policies going. 3 is by far the best, or Vodafone (Red) if you're pushed.

EU roaming charges change significantly in June this year. Networks are no longer allowed to rip their customers off with crazy roaming charges, applies to all networks in the EU (for as long as the UK is still a part of it!)
#10
BambooBadger
This deal looks great. However, realistically, will the price drop significantly when the S8 is released in April? Did the S6 drop a lot in price when the S7 was released?

I do need a new phone and I am leaning towards the S7, but I am not sure whether to wait until after April or not. Tough decisions!


I'd wait. Even if the s8 isn't worth the money it'll effect the s7 prices
1 Like #11
With EE, when in Europe I can call local numbers in the country I'm visiting and also numbers back in the UK as part of my inclusive minutes. Don't know what 3 offer, but I that was fairly generous?
#12
BambooBadger
This deal looks great. However, realistically, will the price drop significantly when the S8 is released in April? Did the S6 drop a lot in price when the S7 was released?

I do need a new phone and I am leaning towards the S7, but I am not sure whether to wait until after April or not. Tough decisions!


Probably S8 will be expensive at beginning I don't think will be any pay monthly contracts under 45-50£
#13
lancer191
BambooBadger
This deal looks great. However, realistically, will the price drop significantly when the S8 is released in April? Did the S6 drop a lot in price when the S7 was released?

I do need a new phone and I am leaning towards the S7, but I am not sure whether to wait until after April or not. Tough decisions!


I'd wait. Even if the s8 isn't worth the money it'll effect the s7 prices


Thanks, yeah that's what I'm hoping for. as long as it drives the s7 prices down I'll be happy!
1 Like #14
Pretty sure, in the first month they will push prices of s7 down to boost sales of S8. Worth waiting now rather than buying just before a new phone is launching :)
#15
sonicfury
That's a good deal, wish they had a plan with less data for a lower monthly cost.
Weirdly I can't find this offer on their site, only by clicking through the link.
I want the opposite lol, as much data as possible and virtually no texts and very few minutes!
But I can not find any company doing a package like that haha
1 Like #16
abhijitdash123
Pretty sure, in the first month they will push prices of s7 down to boost sales of S8. Worth waiting now rather than buying just before a new phone is launching :)
Don't remember prices of the S6/S6 edge going down that much per month for ages after the S7/S7 edge came out and same goes for S5 when S6 came out etc ( but i could be wrong ) also this plan of £31 a month with 5GB is easily the cheapest by £6 or £7 a month as far as i've seen so don't think it will drop much lower or at all even when the S8 comes out.
#17
Considering this... :) thanks
1 Like #18
Why would the price reduce lots when the s8 launches? Surely they want you to buy the s8 and not a cheap s7. I'm not saying it won't drop but I wouldn't expect a massive saving.
#19
nightshot
Why would the price reduce lots when the s8 launches? Surely they want you to buy the s8 and not a cheap s7. I'm not saying it won't drop but I wouldn't expect a massive saving.
Exactly
#20
Don't forget quidco
#21
gmschuple
Don't forget quidco


Believe me, I already forgot about that site long ago, once I got to about £1000 all time cash back, nothing seems to track or pay pot anymore.
#22
Had this 12 months and sold it today ,nice phone but

Screen is almost impossible to protect

Battery drains so fast
#23
Had this phone for 3 months now, nice to look at but seriously overrated imho. Also you may find your camera lens shattering spontaneously with no impact as is what happened to mine. A very common problem I realised once I'd googled it.
#24
BambooBadger
This deal looks great. However, realistically, will the price drop significantly when the S8 is released in April? Did the S6 drop a lot in price when the S7 was released?

I do need a new phone and I am leaning towards the S7, but I am not sure whether to wait until after April or not. Tough decisions!


I work with phones on a daily basis.

The S7 Edge will fall slightly in price around when the S8 is released. But it will fall harder around September once the new IPhone is released.

Personal opinion. I would say wait a month to see the slight price decrease then go for it.
#25
I think this phone is so ugly and Samsungs modern phones are unreliable my friend had S6 edge had no end of trouble with getting it to just charge up!. Had my iPhone SE now since release no problems whatsoever and they don't readily abandon updating your phone a year or two after purchase like Seems to be the case with Android phones, iPhones are expensive for a reason you get Long term support and updates, your phone will last and last, and not depreciate as bad as Android handsets.
4 Likes #26
Moonwolf1976
I think this phone is so ugly and Samsungs modern phones are unreliable my friend had S6 edge had no end of trouble with getting it to just charge up!. Had my iPhone SE now since release no problems whatsoever and they don't readily abandon updating your phone a year or two after purchase like Seems to be the case with Android phones, iPhones are expensive for a reason you get Long term support and updates, your phone will last and last, and not depreciate as bad as Android handsets.
iOS updates made my iPad mini and my sister's iPhone 4S stutter and grind to a complete halt. As a previous nexus 5 and nexus 6P owner, android updates have been much more smoother from my experience.
#27
dansv
BambooBadger
This deal looks great. However, realistically, will the price drop significantly when the S8 is released in April? Did the S6 drop a lot in price when the S7 was released?
I do need a new phone and I am leaning towards the S7, but I am not sure whether to wait until after April or not. Tough decisions!
Probably S8 will be expensive at beginning I don't think will be any pay monthly contracts under 45-50£

My S7 Edge £31.50 Two weeks after the S7 edge was released, o2 un un 3gb data.
#28
boostii
gmschuple
Don't forget quidco


Believe me, I already forgot about that site long ago, once I got to about £1000 all time cash back, nothing seems to track or pay pot anymore.


I've had way more than that and mine keeps paying.
#29
three does this 40£ per month unltd everything
1 Like #30
ashmac
Had this 12 months and sold it today ,nice phone but
Screen is almost impossible to protect
Battery drains so fast

I get 2 days with mine (9 months old)
#31
boostii
With EE, when in Europe I can call local numbers in the country I'm visiting and also numbers back in the UK as part of my inclusive minutes. Don't know what 3 offer, but I that was fairly generous?


EE has free data roaming, far more useful for everything even as basic as a map.


Edited By: BenderRodriguez on Mar 02, 2017 08:42
#32
nobbyal
abhijitdash123
Pretty sure, in the first month they will push prices of s7 down to boost sales of S8. Worth waiting now rather than buying just before a new phone is launching :)
Don't remember prices of the S6/S6 edge going down that much per month for ages after the S7/S7 edge came out and same goes for S5 when S6 came out etc ( but i could be wrong ) also this plan of £31 a month with 5GB is easily the cheapest by £6 or £7 a month as far as i've seen so don't think it will drop much lower or at all even when the S8 comes out.


that's what I think, prices won't change much in April
1 Like #33
Moonwolf1976
I think this phone is so ugly and Samsungs modern phones are unreliable my friend had S6 edge had no end of trouble with getting it to just charge up!. Had my iPhone SE now since release no problems whatsoever and they don't readily abandon updating your phone a year or two after purchase like Seems to be the case with Android phones, iPhones are expensive for a reason you get Long term support and updates, your phone will last and last, and not depreciate as bad as Android handsets.

Not a single one of my friends or family with iphones have had a battery on one last over 18 months some even within first couple of months iphones are notorious for having crap batterys although on the plus side they usually get replacements relatively hassle free either through apples own replacement program or consumer law
4 Likes #34
Moonwolf1976
I think this phone is so ugly and Samsungs modern phones are unreliable my friend had S6 edge had no end of trouble with getting it to just charge up!. Had my iPhone SE now since release no problems whatsoever and they don't readily abandon updating your phone a year or two after purchase like Seems to be the case with Android phones, iPhones are expensive for a reason you get Long term support and updates, your phone will last and last, and not depreciate as bad as Android handsets.

U think S7E is so ugly & u have a iPhone SE,pmsl
4 Likes #35
Moonwolf1976
I think this phone is so ugly and Samsungs modern phones are unreliable my friend had S6 edge had no end of trouble with getting it to just charge up!. Had my iPhone SE now since release no problems whatsoever and they don't readily abandon updating your phone a year or two after purchase like Seems to be the case with Android phones, iPhones are expensive for a reason you get Long term support and updates, your phone will last and last, and not depreciate as bad as Android handsets.


I have to disagree I'm afraid.

Apple only give their iPhones a 12 month warranty for a reason. Even they believe after 12 months they could develop faults. iPhones are expensive purely for the word before it. 'Apple'.

Brand names are expensive.
#36
BenderRodriguez
boostii
With EE, when in Europe I can call local numbers in the country I'm visiting and also numbers back in the UK as part of my inclusive minutes. Don't know what 3 offer, but I that was fairly generous?
EE has free data roaming, far more useful for everything even as basic as a map.

EE has free data roaming in Europe? I've never seen that advertised before
#37
Just got mine today from mobile phones direct for £32 a month but that is 24gb of data on Vodafone, think you also get Spotify premium with this.
#38
boostii
With EE, when in Europe I can call local numbers in the country I'm visiting and also numbers back in the UK as part of my inclusive minutes. Don't know what 3 offer, but I that was fairly generous?

I'm not sure about calling local numbers but your minutes apply to calling back to the UK, and most importantly when away for me is the data applies. Do you need to buy a bundle to use data abroad at a competitive price with EE rather than just using it without saying to them first ?

It's the one thing that appeals to me inparticular about three when abroad. Ive noticed some networks charge by mb which is just crazy to me.
#39
S7 with 24gb of data unlimited texts and minutes £32
#40
minus222
boostii
With EE, when in Europe I can call local numbers in the country I'm visiting and also numbers back in the UK as part of my inclusive minutes. Don't know what 3 offer, but I that was fairly generous?
I'm not sure about calling local numbers but your minutes apply to calling back to the UK, and most importantly when away for me is the data applies. Do you need to buy a bundle to use data abroad at a competitive price with EE rather than just using it without saying to them first ?
It's the one thing that appeals to me inparticular about three when abroad. Ive noticed some networks charge by mb which is just crazy to me.

Data usage comes out of your plan allowance in all countries listed below (same for calls and texts):

http://www.three.co.uk/Discover/Phones/Feel_At_Home

I'm with vodafone now and they have a similar offer called Euro Traveller, for a fixed daily fee (£3 if I remember correctly) you can use your allowance in selected countries. Really handy when using map, translator, tripadvisor etc. abroad.

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