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Been looking for a Note at the right price for a couple of months now. This is the cheapest price I've seen from any "reputable" UK-based retailer for a sim-free unlocked Galaxy Note. Next cheapest I could find was Amazon and Play.com at about £385

This is only for the white model. The Carbon Blue device comes in at £379.

And as pointed out below, you should qualify for 5% Quidco too!
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Giffy08banned#1
Good price. Heat added.
hash8511 1 Like #2
Quidco - Possible 5% saving on sim free (£18.45)

£369 - £18.45 = £350.55
CLEPAU676#3
Stonking Price, I have one its a great device..
daBluone#4
Good price heated
saffinch#5
Good price, heat added
plaindealerbanned#6
is it only 2% quidco?
SilverBlack#7
Sim free it says 5.05 % on TCB.
jungleb#8
It's amazing how much people pay for a mobile device and I'm fallen a prey in this too!!!
gx3k 2 Likes #9
Got one for a total of £306 with 200mins & unlimited texts per month on the Phones4u deal with Quidco.
O2 Bolt on removed, cashback received, and gave the sim to a friend who pays me £5/month for the minutes and texts.
Boils down to £191 and will try to dowgrade the tariff after 9 months if I get lucky :)

Still, for this price it is still a good deal for what the phone does. It's the best phone I've had so far (upgraded to ICS).
Specs are still future proof and has something newer phones lack (bigger screen, s pen, premium suite, etc.)
Babbler#10
£2 more on amazon.
JoeBoy88#11
gx3k
Got one for a total of £306 with 200mins & unlimited texts per month on the Phones4u deal with Quidco.O2 Bolt on removed, cashback received, and gave the sim to a friend who pays me £5/month for the minutes and texts.Boils down to £191 and will try to dowgrade the tariff after 9 months if I get lucky :)Still, for this price it is still a good deal for what the phone does. It's the best phone I've had so far (upgraded to ICS).Specs are still future proof and has something newer phones lack (bigger screen, s pen, premium suite, etc.)

If you got the contract after 30th of march you will not be able to downgrade.
BlueDan#12
gx3k
Got one for a total of £306 with 200mins & unlimited texts per month on the Phones4u deal with Quidco.
O2 Bolt on removed, cashback received, and gave the sim to a friend who pays me £5/month for the minutes and texts.
Boils down to £191 and will try to dowgrade the tariff after 9 months if I get lucky :)

Still, for this price it is still a good deal for what the phone does. It's the best phone I've had so far (upgraded to ICS).
Specs are still future proof and has something newer phones lack (bigger screen, s pen, premium suite, etc.)

If they're paying you, and you're paying o2 then you're still responsible if they start charging for things outside the allowance...
shell820810 1 Like #13
Probably worth waiting another few days to see what the s3 release does to prices
Ojjobanned#14
Best phone in the world

Hot
gx3k#15
JoeBoy88
gx3k
Got one for a total of £306 with 200mins & unlimited texts per month on the Phones4u deal with Quidco.O2 Bolt on removed, cashback received, and gave the sim to a friend who pays me £5/month for the minutes and texts.Boils down to £191 and will try to dowgrade the tariff after 9 months if I get lucky :)Still, for this price it is still a good deal for what the phone does. It's the best phone I've had so far (upgraded to ICS).Specs are still future proof and has something newer phones lack (bigger screen, s pen, premium suite, etc.)

If you got the contract after 30th of march you will not be able to downgrade.

Yeah, I've read that but will try anyway. They might change their minds next year... or not :p


BlueDan
gx3k
Got one for a total of £306 with 200mins & unlimited texts per month on the Phones4u deal with Quidco.
O2 Bolt on removed, cashback received, and gave the sim to a friend who pays me £5/month for the minutes and texts.
Boils down to £191 and will try to dowgrade the tariff after 9 months if I get lucky :)

Still, for this price it is still a good deal for what the phone does. It's the best phone I've had so far (upgraded to ICS).
Specs are still future proof and has something newer phones lack (bigger screen, s pen, premium suite, etc.)

If they're paying you, and you're paying o2 then you're still responsible if they start charging for things outside the allowance...

I have taken that into consideration so it is agreed that all charges incurred outside of the allowance will be added to the £5.
My friend's phone is very basic so no 3g or MMS, just call and text. I have told him he just have to use the landline for special
numbers like and international calls which is very unlikely. I also have the o2 android app so it's easy to track his usage anytime.
£5 for 200mins and unlimited texts is a steal for him as he pays over £10/month for less minutes and texts.

Edited By: gx3k on May 26, 2012 17:29
Dhiraj1 3 Likes #16
Outstanding phone, dont think of the big screen...its thin and light and once you use the phone with the big screen, you wouldnt like any other mobile.
Witchfinder#17
shell820810
Probably worth waiting another few days to see what the s3 release does to prices
I did give this thought some serious consideration, and reasoned it's not a direct competitor (size and S-pen), and S3 preorder prices seem to be in the £480 range. I don't *think* that it'll drop too rapidly, and every tenner they shave off the price brings it closer to the wholesale cost. Maybe we'll se a glut of second hand ones though...
cejiogu1banned#18
COLD £322 here
BananaMannn#19
cejiogu1
COLD £322 here

No. Yours depends on Cashback.
gx3k#20
BananaMannn
cejiogu1
COLD £322 here

No. Yours depends on Cashback.

Even without cashback, the other deal is cheaper as its includes minutes, sms, and data while this one doesn't have anything.
Still, more choices for people who wants a Note so I won't complain :)

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