Samsung Galaxy S8 - EE - Unlimited Minutes, Texts, 8GB - £32.99 P/M - £50 Upfront (Using £25 Off Voucher) - Total 24 Months £841.76 @ Mobiles.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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Samsung Galaxy S8 - EE - Unlimited Minutes, Texts, 8GB - £32.99 P/M - £50 Upfront (Using £25 Off Voucher) - Total 24 Months £841.76 @ Mobiles.co.uk

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Cheapest I can see at present.....lets have some heat :) Use code 25OFFS8 £35 Quidco cashback on EE Contracts - abdi12346 Read More
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Cheapest I can see at present.....lets have some heat :)
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Cantona007
Paying £841 for phone even ober two contract is madness! Most people only use phones for calls, texts and music. Eve if you game you can get one that plays everything for half the price. Insane!


Most people use cars to get from A to B, so go buy that 1990 Ford Fiesta which is cheaper and does the same job.
19 Likes
Themadcow
Stupidly, EE upgrades and retentions can't offer me a deal this good - and I can't even take up this deal without losing my phone number as they won't issue a PAC code if staying on the same network...


Grab an Asda SIM... Port out to it, and then port back to the new EE contract. You will discover an uncle by the name of Bob.
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phones nowadays are serious snappers, mobile computers, music player, gps unit etc etc. Paying £30-£40 for that is not really that outrageous is it? I mean, you pay that down the pub for one night of "bants" with the lads, and that's just endless tired mum-gags!

Having said all that, I've had a £100 phone for the last 3 years on an £8/month sim :D #cheap #tight
9 Likes
plewis00
Must be trolling and/or its outside your personal budget (more likely). Is it too much to ask to not be judged for wanting a bigger house, better car, nicer phone? Or is 'just enough' the standard by which you live your own life...


I can afford it easily! For me personally I wouldn't buy a huge house, or very expensive car or very expensive phone because it's just a waste of money (and plenty of money in the bank) No need to way overspend when you can get something looks just as nice and performs just as well for lot less. Shock horror I don't wasted money and think about my purchases! If people did the same as me then they wouldn't be getting into so much debt and then complain about it.

Edited By: Cantona007 on Jun 06, 2017 20:36:

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2 Likes #1
Best price I've seen. Still to expensive for me sadly.
1 Like #2
just meed one with loads more data and less minutes/texts
#3
good deal have some heat
#4
Good deal for a silly phone.
1 Like #5
Tempted but holding out for S8+ to come below £40.00 p/m
10 Likes #6
Paying £841 for phone even ober two contract is madness! Most people only use phones for calls, texts and music. Eve if you game you can get one that plays everything for half the price. Insane!
1 Like #7
Cantona007
Paying £841 for phone even ober two contract is madness! Most people only use phones for calls, texts and music. Eve if you game you can get one that plays everything for half the price. Insane!


Get over it lol...


And the deal 8gb isn't enough.. hot deal tho I'd prefer to buy off line
1 Like #8
Cantona007
Paying £841 for phone even ober two contract is madness! Most people only use phones for calls, texts and music. Eve if you game you can get one that plays everything for half the price. Insane!
People are gonna buy want they want and remember what you have just said will apply to most things you buy so I hope you don't have anything expensive that a cheaper option can do. Boom

Edited By: darksideby182 on Jun 06, 2017 19:30
#9
slex88
Tempted but holding out for S8+ to come below £40.00 p/m

Affordablemobiles have a redemption one that comes to £37pm after cashback on Vodafone with 16GB data.

This deal is great but I took the S7 Edge one for £5pm less with the free Gear Fit 2 and bought an S8 separately. I think it works out to less money overall that way.
4 Likes #10
Cantona007
Paying £841 for phone even ober two contract is madness! Most people only use phones for calls, texts and music. Eve if you game you can get one that plays everything for half the price. Insane!

Must be trolling and/or its outside your personal budget (more likely). Is it too much to ask to not be judged for wanting a bigger house, better car, nicer phone? Or is 'just enough' the standard by which you live your own life...
1 Like #11
heat but not for me :(
25 Likes #12
Cantona007
Paying £841 for phone even ober two contract is madness! Most people only use phones for calls, texts and music. Eve if you game you can get one that plays everything for half the price. Insane!


Most people use cars to get from A to B, so go buy that 1990 Ford Fiesta which is cheaper and does the same job.
2 Likes #13
Watch this real review before you buy! https://youtu.be/ef4XWdnS_8s
12 Likes #14
phones nowadays are serious snappers, mobile computers, music player, gps unit etc etc. Paying £30-£40 for that is not really that outrageous is it? I mean, you pay that down the pub for one night of "bants" with the lads, and that's just endless tired mum-gags!

Having said all that, I've had a £100 phone for the last 3 years on an £8/month sim :D #cheap #tight
1 Like #15
IhaneNoMoney
Watch this real review before you buy! https://youtu.be/ef4XWdnS_8s

Did that bloke auto-dictate your username?
#16
What a fab deal, makes me wish I had waited for mine
#17
Dhiraj1
What a fab deal, makes me wish I had waited for mine


how is the s8? as if just ordered
#18
I took this phone out last week with them and it was £37.99! Grr. With full £50 up front.
#19
You forgot Internet use!
Cantona007
Paying £841 for phone even ober two contract is madness! Most people only use phones for calls, texts and music. Eve if you game you can get one that plays everything for half the price. Insane!
#20
Where is the deal?
1 Like #21
Stupidly, EE upgrades and retentions can't offer me a deal this good - and I can't even take up this deal without losing my phone number as they won't issue a PAC code if staying on the same network...
19 Likes #22
Themadcow
Stupidly, EE upgrades and retentions can't offer me a deal this good - and I can't even take up this deal without losing my phone number as they won't issue a PAC code if staying on the same network...


Grab an Asda SIM... Port out to it, and then port back to the new EE contract. You will discover an uncle by the name of Bob.
9 Likes #23
plewis00
Must be trolling and/or its outside your personal budget (more likely). Is it too much to ask to not be judged for wanting a bigger house, better car, nicer phone? Or is 'just enough' the standard by which you live your own life...


I can afford it easily! For me personally I wouldn't buy a huge house, or very expensive car or very expensive phone because it's just a waste of money (and plenty of money in the bank) No need to way overspend when you can get something looks just as nice and performs just as well for lot less. Shock horror I don't wasted money and think about my purchases! If people did the same as me then they wouldn't be getting into so much debt and then complain about it.

Edited By: Cantona007 on Jun 06, 2017 20:36:
#24
darksideby182
People are gonna buy want they want and remember what you have just said will apply to most things you buy so I hope you don't have anything expensive that a cheaper option can do. Boom

When it comes to phones you can get a phone of this quality or only bit worse spec wise for less than half the price of this. For what most people use their phones for no need to spend this much on one. You can S7 for let less and does everything this does. Most people won't need the extra power this has.

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1 Like #25
robertoegg
phones nowadays are serious snappers, mobile computers, music player, gps unit etc etc. Paying £30-£40 for that is not really that outrageous is it? I mean, you pay that down the pub for one night of "bants" with the lads, and that's just endless tired mum-gags! Having said all that, I've had a £100 phone for the last 3 years on an £8/month sim :D #cheap #tight


True. Paying that amount per month doesn't sound a lot but when you see the end figure for two years then yeah that's too much for a phone. If people want the phone then fine. I'm just saying you can pay hell of lot less for a less powerful phone but still more than enough power for what people use it for.

I payed £150 for my phone and it's on par with S6 but it's a very good and popular phone. It can do everything you said with no problems.

Edited By: Cantona007 on Jun 06, 2017 20:48:
#26
cigbunt
Cantona007
Paying £841 for phone even ober two contract is madness! Most people only use phones for calls, texts and music. Eve if you game you can get one that plays everything for half the price. Insane!


Get over it lol...


And the deal 8gb isn't enough.. hot deal tho I'd prefer to buy off line


offline as in on the high street or sim free?
1 Like #27
8)8) good find
4 Likes #28
Cantona007
I can afford it easily! For me personally I wouldn't buy a huge house, or very expensive car or very expensive phone because it's just a waste of money (and plenty of money in the bank) No need to way overspend when you can get something looks just as nice and performs just as well for lot less. Shock horror I don't wasted money and think about my purchases! If people did the same as me then they wouldn't be getting into so much debt and then complain about it.


When you're done on your judgemental soapbox maybe you can suggest something that 'looks just as nice' (unlikely as nothing else has a display like this yet) or 'performs just as well' (as it's got the latest processor) that isn't a waste of money? What exactly are you going to do with all this money you allegedly have in the bank when you're dead? I notice that the people who are well-off generally aren't as judgemental or opinionated so it's far more likely you're just bitter about the situation and brushing it off as false concern. If a £32.99/month phone contract gets you into debt, then you have far bigger problems - in the scheme of things, this is a drop in the ocean; especially for something you interact with regularly during any given day.
4 Likes #29
plewis00
When you're done on your judgemental soapbox maybe you can suggest something that 'looks just as nice' (unlikely as nothing else has a display like this yet) or 'performs just as well' (as it's got the latest processor) that isn't a waste of money? What exactly are you going to do with all this money you allegedly have in the bank when you're dead? I notice that the people who are well-off generally aren't as judgemental or opinionated so it's far more likely you're just bitter about the situation and brushing it off as false concern. If a £32.99/month phone contract gets you into debt, then you have far bigger problems - in the scheme of things, this is a drop in the ocean; especially for something you interact with regularly during any given day.

Any money left over when I'm dead will go to my nephews. The galaxy S7 or even S6 has more than enough power for media, games, browsing etc. Even the Xiaomi phones which cost less have enough power for most peoples needs and looks nice.

Look if people want the phone then fine. I'm just saying you can pay hell of lot less for a less powerful phone but still more than enough power for what people use it for. You don't need to pay ridiculous amounts of money especially when it will be replaced in two years.

You're right that if £32.99 phone contract get you into debt you have much bigger issues. The problem is that lot of people are in that predicament and that's who my is mainly aimed at.

Edited By: Cantona007 on Jun 06, 2017 21:24:
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Cantona007
plewis00
When you're done on your judgemental soapbox maybe you can suggest something that 'looks just as nice' (unlikely as nothing else has a display like this yet) or 'performs just as well' (as it's got the latest processor) that isn't a waste of money? What exactly are you going to do with all this money you allegedly have in the bank when you're dead? I notice that the people who are well-off generally aren't as judgemental or opinionated so it's far more likely you're just bitter about the situation and brushing it off as false concern. If a £32.99/month phone contract gets you into debt, then you have far bigger problems - in the scheme of things, this is a drop in the ocean; especially for something you interact with regularly during any given day.
Any money left over when I'm dead will go to my nephews. The galaxy S7 or even S6 has more than enough power for media, games, browsing etc. Even the Xiaomi phones which cost less have enough power for most peoples needs and looks nice.
Look if people want the phone then fine. I'm just saying you can pay hell of lot less for a less powerful phone but still more than enough power for what people use it for. You don't need to pay ridiculous amounts of money especially when it will be replaced in two years.
You're right that if £32.99 phone contract get you into debt you have much bigger issues. The problem is that lot of people are in that predicament and that's who my is mainly aimed at.

Fair enough but then you probably should have just let it be, not lash out at others in this thread. It's fair to say most people on this site are not the ones in debt but are the smart ones who manage their money well, by virtue of the fact they are here.

But, for what it's worth, I don't have an S8; for Android, I'm using a Sony Z5 Compact and a Blackberry KeyONE. While I agree that something like a Motorola G5 is probably fine for the majority, pushing the boundaries of what you can do with technology is important beyond just personal finances but for advancement in general.
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Possible £40.00 TopCashBack??
#32
Huuuuuuuuuuuge and at last a Samsung post not gone chilly I've just took out a 24 with o2 if not I'm all over this.massive deal :)
#33
solid deal considering the current contract prices
2 Likes #34
Hukd baffles me sometimes when it comes to mobiles , folks vote cold for awesome spec lesser known brands but are all over it if it has an apple or Samsung brand associated with it . 24 months contracts ......they can see you coming .kerching .
#35
Really tempted, have clicked on the tariff info, trying to check that it's definitely the EE 4G Max plan so gets the higher 4G speeds? Also it has a cross against "Calls to customer services (during extended working hours)" whereas for the essential and the other plan it has ticks to indicate they are free.
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SavB
Most people use cars to get from A to B, so go buy that 1990 Ford Fiesta which is cheaper and does the same job.


its not as simple as that:-)
even if you have money you might not buy an expensive car but you might not buy the cheapest either.
lots of people would be able to buy this phone but it doesn't necessarily mean that's the smartest thing to do.
#37
Great Deal but 8gb data is not enough for me, voted
1 Like #38
plewis00
Affordablemobiles have a redemption one that comes to £37pm after cashback on Vodafone with 16GB data.This deal is great but I took the S7 Edge one for £5pm less with the free Gear Fit 2 and bought an S8 separately. I think it works out to less money overall that way.


Link to that S8+ deal ?
#39
GQ.Man
Link to that S8+ deal ?

Can't seem to find it either...
2 Likes #40
SavB
Cantona007
Paying £841 for phone even ober two contract is madness! Most people only use phones for calls, texts and music. Eve if you game you can get one that plays everything for half the price. Insane!

Most people use cars to get from A to B, so go buy that 1990 Ford Fiesta which is cheaper and does the same job.


Reading this makes me sad. Cars are a joy, it must be so boring for a car to just be a tool.

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