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Galaxy S7 Edge, no upfront cost for handset - All-you-can-eat cross-network mins + All-you-can-eat texts + 30GB 4G data + Wi-Fi on London Underground - £30 per month 24mth contract on 3 £720.00 @ buymobiles.net

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£720.00 @ BuyMobiles
£30 Essential 30GB data + AYCE Min and texts(24mths) All-you-can-eat cross-network mins + All-you-can-eat texts + 30GB Mobile Internet Browsing + Wi-Fi on London Underground Inclusive allowance… Read More
£30 Essential 30GB data + AYCE Min and texts(24mths) All-you-can-eat cross-network mins + All-you-can-eat texts + 30GB Mobile Internet Browsing + Wi-Fi on London Underground Inclusive allowance…
Dealminboys Avatar53m agoFound 53 minutes ago9 Comments
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yesBilly
What's this "all you can eat" nonsense? You'd think "unlimited" would suffice.
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What's this "all you can eat" nonsense? You'd think "unlimited" would suffice.
defgimp
And it's the "essential" plan so no tethering or feel at home usage as I understand it?
yes you are absolutely correct.

thanks, I did try and update the link again as I'm seeing the handset for free when I visit the site but the link I used and posted on here puts it at £39 upfront. The link you posted takes you to the handset for free.

if anyone does see it showing for £39 upfront just hit menu and special offers and this deal with the £0 upfront is the first on the list.


Edited By: Dealminboys on Apr 29, 2017 11:37: grammar
defgimp
£39 upfront unless I'm missing something?
Select from this page (pre-filter unlimited mins) for zero upfront https://www.buymobiles.net/samsung/galaxy-s7-edge-black
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Samsung galaxy trend lite 2 (like new) only £14.99 @ o2

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Crappy specs but good for a second phone, you don't need to top up just choose a taffif and continue, you can top up later or use a giff gaff sim. There is also a Lenovo B for £19.99 if anyone prefers… Read More
Crappy specs but good for a second phone, you don't need to top up just choose a taffif and continue, you can top up later or use a giff gaff sim. There is also a Lenovo B for £19.99 if anyone prefers…
nishdha Avatar13h, 6m agoFound 13 hours, 6 minutes ago23 Comments
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jordstu
heat ! but I think I have just missed it :( It won't let me checkout and it now says out of stock ...
o2 go back in and out of stock thu out the day/s, just keep checking, and dont trust when it says out of stock on the main phone page, as just let me order another one
Okay, thank you for letting me know. :) I will keep trying :D
emodan
estjaydee
emodan
jafarabas786
emodan
Bought one just to sell to cex for a voucher
What is CEX?
https://uk.webuy.com/
They have physical stores all over the country and you can use the vouchers online to buy games and pc stuff.
Yes and full of chavs and the stores generally stink! go in at your own risk!
Must just be where you live around here the CEX stores smell fine and never seem to be too full of chavs. Also you can trade stuff in and buy online so never actually have to visit a store.
I feel compelled to comment on my experience - in store no issues (should I comment on the fact that the staff seem to require to be covered in tattoos & piercings?) However my online experience has been terrible, 100% fail on every order and basically I got an email saying tough. I especially liked the idiot that asked for the delivery note to confirm what store dispatched the items - of the delivery I didn't receive!
jordstu
heat ! but I think I have just missed it :( It won't let me checkout and it now says out of stock ...

o2 go back in and out of stock thu out the day/s, just keep checking, and dont trust when it says out of stock on the main phone page, as just let me order another one
heat ! but I think I have just missed it :( It won't let me checkout and it now says out of stock ...
estjaydee
nishdha
estjaydee
emodan
jafarabas786
emodan
Bought one just to sell to cex for a voucher
What is CEX?
https://uk.webuy.com/
They have physical stores all over the country and you can use the vouchers online to buy games and pc stuff.
Yes and full of chavs and the stores generally stink! go in at your own risk!
That's because your nose is too far gone up your ass :D
If it was it would certainly be an improvement to the cex smell. After all my ass smells of sunshine and rainbows!
Hahah :D
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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ deal @ John Lewis - £299.95

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£299.95 @ John Lewis
Unbelievable price at the moment. Ordered one myself as have been looking to upgrade my LG G2. Read More
Unbelievable price at the moment. Ordered one myself as have been looking to upgrade my LG G2.
Mike500 Avatar13h, 24m agoFound 13 hours, 24 minutes ago17 Comments
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mikeypr
This or the Lenovo P2?
Happy ex s6 owners comments on the long P2 thread on HUKD suggests the P2
polly69
ElgyVeeten
Still using my Note 5 and I don't see what I'm missing from the current flagships. S6 Edge+ is more or less the same.
What no fire yet, didn't Samsung cripple the Note5 to stop it exploding into flames.
jiraiya
should be able to get an S7 for this money really...
Good luck with that the sgs7 is still way better than most phones on the market theirs no way you will score one of them for £299 you will struggle to get a sgs6 for that. I just sold my sgs6 edge a few weeks ago and got the MotoZ and honestly the edge was a better phone in every way the Z seems to have some weird freezing when scrolling and doesn't feel as fluid as the edge and my missis still has her s6 and refuses to upgrade as its still a great phone.

Why would Samsung cripple the note 5 ? it was the note 7 the had the battery issues

Edited By: Biggunspaul on Apr 29, 2017 00:34
polly69
ElgyVeeten
Still using my Note 5 and I don't see what I'm missing from the current flagships. S6 Edge+ is more or less the same.

What no fire yet, didn't Samsung cripple the Note5 to stop it exploding into flames.


jiraiya
should be able to get an S7 for this money really...

Good luck with that the sgs7 is still way better than most phones on the market theirs no way you will score one of them for £299 you will struggle to get a sgs6 for that. I just sold my sgs6 edge a few weeks ago and got the MotoZ and honestly the edge was a better phone in every way the Z seems to have some weird freezing when scrolling and doesn't feel as fluid as the edge and my missis still has her s6 and refuses to upgrade as its still a great phone.


Well £350-380 for an edge in the coming weeks, I'm sure ;) If you look back at the deals posted on here for the S6 at the time the s7 was released you will see there were many deals around the 300 to 350 range for 6 series Galaxies... Their prices are higher now, but their fluctuations at the time the S7 was released should give an indication of what the S7 will do now the S8 is out...
ElgyVeeten
Still using my Note 5 and I don't see what I'm missing from the current flagships. S6 Edge+ is more or less the same.

What no fire yet, didn't Samsung cripple the Note5 to stop it exploding into flames.


jiraiya
should be able to get an S7 for this money really...

Good luck with that the sgs7 is still way better than most phones on the market theirs no way you will score one of them for £299 you will struggle to get a sgs6 for that. I just sold my sgs6 edge a few weeks ago and got the MotoZ and honestly the edge was a better phone in every way the Z seems to have some weird freezing when scrolling and doesn't feel as fluid as the edge and my missis still has her s6 and refuses to upgrade as its still a great phone.
should be able to get an S7 for this money really...
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Possible glitch? Galaxy Golden Eggs 80g scanning at 24p at Asda Bournemouth (St Pauls)

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80g bags of Galaxy Golden Eggs showing as 48p on the price strip, but scanning at only 24p! Not sure if national, or just in this one store (Bournemouth St Pauls roundabout). We got 17 packs, but Read More
80g bags of Galaxy Golden Eggs showing as 48p on the price strip, but scanning at only 24p! Not sure if national, or just in this one store (Bournemouth St Pauls roundabout). We got 17 packs, but
NeoDoug1 Avatar19h, 32m agoFound 19 hours, 32 minutes ago15 Comments
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Love these! How many of you tried to peel the gold paper off before eating them ;)
were reduced to clear in Corby,23p per pack,all gone now.
picked up 24 from asda
ferrit1981
10p in sainburys
Voting cold on this one


I don't blame you, but there weren't any left in my local Sainsburys ;) This might be a good second choice, especially as it appears to be national...
10p in sainburys
Voting cold on this one
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Guardians of the Galaxy Awesome Mix Vol 1 Vinyl - £8.99 at hmv for purehmv members

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Seen this in Uxbridge today after seeing it on Twitter- assume this is a national deal although not on the hmv website from what I can see. £8.99 to purehmv members or £15.99 normally. Currently… Read More
Seen this in Uxbridge today after seeing it on Twitter- assume this is a national deal although not on the hmv website from what I can see. £8.99 to purehmv members or £15.99 normally. Currently…
snoop76 Avatar20h, 3m agoFound 20 hours, 3 minutes ago1 Comment
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Fantastic deal! Some people will have these songs on their respective albums, but for those who don't, this is a fantastic soundtrack. For those who do have many/any of these songs on other records, the album art is worth it anyway. Terrific soundtrack :D
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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge 32GB Black Unlocked - Refurbished Very Good - 12 Months Warranty - £344.99 @ musicmagpie

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Colour - Black Network - Unlocked Grade - Refurbished Very Good Warranty - 12 Months Free Tracked Delivery Price is £369.99 but an extra £25 off this week only at checkout! Read More
Colour - Black Network - Unlocked Grade - Refurbished Very Good Warranty - 12 Months Free Tracked Delivery Price is £369.99 but an extra £25 off this week only at checkout!
Tank Avatar1d, 14h agoFound 1 day, 14 hours ago7 Comments
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wellnow
Why is this voted cold? Can anyone show where I can buy this phone cheaper without taking a contract?
I dont get it either. Game will pay £320 cash for this phone so this is dirt cheap.

I just checked this deal for the first time since I posted it yesterday, expected it to be warm at least seeing as it isn't available cheaper than this at the moment. Cant believe it's on -145 ahaha, the wonder that is HUKD. Anyway hope it helped someone!
hot for me, they still going for £350 - £360 on ebay without any warrantys.
wellnow
Why is this voted cold? Can anyone show where I can buy this phone cheaper without taking a contract?


I dont get it either. Game will pay £320 cash for this phone so this is dirt cheap.
Why is this voted cold? Can anyone show where I can buy this phone cheaper without taking a contract?
ukmellymel
chrisredmayne
honestly after you add on 24 months worth of bills you may as well just get a contract, what type of user are you? how much data would you need ?


To be fair, it's not a bad deal for some, like my plan is only £5.40 pm, though I only get 500 of data. I'm just on wifi most of the time or not using data. So two years would only cost me £475ish or nearly £20 a month. Pretty decent for an S7.


Yeah I think only low users would benefit from this
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Samsung Galaxy S8 (£620) S8+ (£701.00) with 10% off first Very.co.uk credit order

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£701.00 @ Very
39.9% APR representative but I think if you pay it off instantly, you don't pay more than £620/£701 for the phone. They're still not cheap but at this given moment, there are no better offers on th… Read More
39.9% APR representative but I think if you pay it off instantly, you don't pay more than £620/£701 for the phone. They're still not cheap but at this given moment, there are no better offers on th…
King.Mustard Avatar1d, 18h agoFound 1 day, 18 hours ago15 Comments
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robodan918
can this stack with their 50-off code LGC9P???


No. Just tried
can this stack with their 50-off code LGC9P???
getting better but I will probably wait until they are 450-500 because let's be honest I'm a cheap @@@
Great deal. Ignore the morons voting cold just because they don't want to use Very.

Edited By: Houstieboy on Apr 28, 2017 13:27
JUSTANOTHERSTAR
They probably won't honour it...me and my brother both had our orders cancelled.

Mine was delivered without any problems last friday.
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Samsung galaxy s8 plus free, EE-24mths, 15 GB, unlimited calls and minutes - Term = £1,199.76 @ MobilePhones Direct

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£1199.76 @ MobilePhones Direct
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Samsung galaxy s8 plus free, EE-24mths, 15 GB, unlimited calls and minutes
Alex2alex Avatar2d, 3h agoFound 2 days, 3 hours ago5 Comments
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These prices are making me vomit slightly in my mouth. How much??

Edited By: sinxa on Apr 27, 2017 23:59: Wow
Phone is free on £45.99 pm with MobilePhones Direct (£1103.76)
As per this deal posted 2 days ago...
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-s8-45-99pm-15gb-free-phone-ee-1103-76-total-mobilephones-direct-2673856
This deal was 45.99 posted on here i take it that's finished then.im hot but this will be cold these posts are targeted and always go cold
ivandias
so this is basically £50 a month for 24 months than....oO
Its not a bad price. Way more than some would pay for a phone but when you take away the cost of the device itself its a good deal for the 15gb data.
so this is basically £50 a month for 24 months than....oO
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Galaxy S8 £639/ S8+ £729 with £50 credit Code (All acounts) @ Very £639.99

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Yes it's Very...... Add to bnpl and you can transfer the £50 credit to that order and then pay it off in full before the year so no intrest. P&P is £3.99 extra or Free CC Please note bnp… Read More
Yes it's Very...... Add to bnpl and you can transfer the £50 credit to that order and then pay it off in full before the year so no intrest. P&P is £3.99 extra or Free CC Please note bnp…
AJ92 Avatar2d, 13h agoFound 2 days, 13 hours ago13 Comments
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Best price with 12 months interest free credit.....and still it goes cold
Was going to say better to buy it on Amazon where its 649, but they don't have any stock now or for next couple of days, this one is in stock so worth the price

Edited By: themiso on Apr 27, 2017 14:51
signed up as a new customer, pity this code wont stack with the 10% new customer one or i'd bite!
Am i missing something here? Where did you get these prices from ?
S8 with £50 discount would be £639 not £629.99 also S8 plus would be £729 not £729.99.
bob644
Cold! Get an iPhone


Hahahahahaha! No
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Samsung Galaxy S7 (Onyx Black) - £25.99 per month x 24 month contract = £623.76 @ Affordable Mobiles

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£25 per month Essential 8GB + AYCE Min (24mths) All-you-can-eat cross-network mins + All-you-can-eat texts + 8GB Mobile Internet Browsing + Wi-Fi on London Underground Read More
£25 per month Essential 8GB + AYCE Min (24mths) All-you-can-eat cross-network mins + All-you-can-eat texts + 8GB Mobile Internet Browsing + Wi-Fi on London Underground
Multieman Avatar2d, 13h agoFound 2 days, 13 hours ago8 Comments
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Sold my S8 to Cex for £585 yesterday.

I would stay away from the Midnight Black one that I had - it's basically like the Jet Black iPhone all round, so constantly looks greasy and smudgy and is almost certainly going to show up scratches and scuffs more than the Orchid Grey model.

Phone is nice but not for me - I couldn't get on with the home button under the screen (I don't use always-on displays so I just found it weirdly awkward to do anything with when I picked the phone up...hard to explain) and found the phone generally a bit less easy to just pick up and use compared to even the S7 Edge. The fingerprint scanner was awkward to use - as predicted before I bought it (!) but I also found it to be wildly inaccurate even when I did use it. The iris scanner works better than I thought but is useless in bright light. I found the phone quite a pain to use with Android Pay as I could never get the fingerprint scanner to work in a rush, and obviously using an iris scanner at a checkout is a bit embarrassing!

I think big Sammy fans will get used to it and love it - it's a very desirable object and is nicely built. Things like Bluetooth 5 are fun to play with if you have multiple Bluetooth speakers around the house, and the screen is great. I think I'm just old fashioned and prefer a simpler setup.
Multieman
This is the same exact deal as posted before, in terms of totals cost, but you get 8gb data every month instead of 4. How in the world is this cold but that deal hot?


Most s7 deals go cold on here even when they're good deals.
Shame cheapest deals are on the 3 network which is no good for where I live.
This is the same exact deal as posted before, in terms of totals cost, but you get 8gb data every month instead of 4. How in the world is this cold but that deal hot?
Looks great. Also, if you go to the S7 Edge it's only £28pm with no upfront cost
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Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB - Orchid Grey - Unlimited UK Minutes, Unlimited UK Texts, 8 GB UK Data with NOWTV, SKYSPORTS OR SPOTIFY FOR £44 PER MONTH (Total: £1,056.00)

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£1056.00 @ MobilePhones Direct
Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB Orchid Grey Unlimited UK Minutes Unlimited UK Texts 8 GB UK Data 24 Month Contract Vodafone Nano SIM Card Subscription to NOW TV, SKY SPORTS OR SPOTIFY No upfront cost.… Read More
Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB Orchid Grey Unlimited UK Minutes Unlimited UK Texts 8 GB UK Data 24 Month Contract Vodafone Nano SIM Card Subscription to NOW TV, SKY SPORTS OR SPOTIFY No upfront cost.…
daviid Avatar2d, 15h agoFound 2 days, 15 hours ago3 Comments
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Damn that price oO phone by it self is around £665.

Edited By: AJ92 on Apr 26, 2017 22:12
Yeah, but as i said i pay for Spotify which is an additional £9.99 on top of my existing contract with O2. This deals is the best deal i could find which bundles this in.

Good finds though M0nk3h!

Edited By: daviid on Apr 26, 2017 20:48
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Galaxy S8 Plus Orchid Grey/Midnight Black £746.47 / £749.96 delivered @ BT store

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*EDIT* BLACK IS ALSO AVAILABLE: https://www.shop.bt.com/products/samsung-galaxy-s8--black-sm-g955fzkabtu-CTLW.html?refs=4294935664 Summary: Product DescriptionSamsung Galaxy S8+ - SM-G955F - or… Read More
*EDIT* BLACK IS ALSO AVAILABLE: https://www.shop.bt.com/products/samsung-galaxy-s8--black-sm-g955fzkabtu-CTLW.html?refs=4294935664 Summary: Product DescriptionSamsung Galaxy S8+ - SM-G955F - or…
wowmayne Avatar2d, 17h agoFound 2 days, 17 hours ago13 Comments
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jb66
chrisredmayne
Wow is this really worth double what the s7 edge costs ? Has it improved THAT much ?

Please show me where I can get an S7Edge for £323 please


http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-s7-edge-30gb-unlimited-texts-mins-three-from-affordablemobiles-co-uk-720-2675182

248 for the phone
jb66
chrisredmayne
Wow is this really worth double what the s7 edge costs ? Has it improved THAT much ?

Please show me where I can get an S7Edge for £323 please


I posted a deal works out at that price when you minus the SIM card data, got voted cold obv
iDealYou
antonywhite37
With phones like the mi5 how they justify these prices is beyond me
Don't forget that Samsung/Apple has to pay logistic, warehousing, import duty & 20% VAT etc.. . Let's not forget the usual costs of running a business (a large chunk of that's marketing, bribing celebs to espouse the company's BS).

We're spoiled by low online prices from China where import & VAT taxes are zero (if you're not caught).


Add 20%for tax and you are still well under half. Don't believe everything apple and Samsung feed you
antonywhite37
With phones like the mi5 how they justify these prices is beyond me
Don't forget that Samsung/Apple has to pay logistic, warehousing, import duty & 20% VAT etc.. . Let's not forget the usual costs of running a business (a large chunk of that's marketing, bribing celebs to espouse the company's BS).

We're spoiled by low online prices from China where import & VAT taxes are zero (if you're not caught).
chrisredmayne
Wow is this really worth double what the s7 edge costs ? Has it improved THAT much ?

Please show me where I can get an S7Edge for £323 please
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Samsung Galaxy S7 £25.99 a month, no upfront cost, with 5GB EE 4G Data £623.76 @ mobilephonesdirect

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I thought this was a good deal with a reasonable data allowance for light / medium users. Black 32Gb Version. Unlimited Calls and Texts too. 24 month contract. Free Delivery. Read More
I thought this was a good deal with a reasonable data allowance for light / medium users. Black 32Gb Version. Unlimited Calls and Texts too. 24 month contract. Free Delivery.
rosstheboss1972 Avatar2d, 19h agoFound 2 days, 19 hours ago15 Comments
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great offer tbh, look pay as you go being 20 a month for unlimited everything on giffgaff and throw 6 quid at it...you have a s7 and are balling
Good deal, I've just ordered one to replace my S6 edge 64gb (which was great until it got knocked off a sofa arm onto a cushion and the screen shattered). Incidentally for those wanting less data they currently also have a deal at £23.49 with 2gb rather than 5gb.
ginno78
I was sent an S7 instead of S7 edge by them, I called their help line they were friendly and helpful lets hope I get my S7 edge now I have sent the S7 back to them!
An honest question if I may?
Was the box opened or sealed and the screen protector intact?
I was sent an S7 instead of S7 edge by them, I called their help line they were friendly and helpful lets hope I get my S7 edge now I have sent the S7 back to them!
I had an issue with my order as I hadn't stated I was already an EE customer when ordering. I had an email from their Customer Services department asking me to ring them. Spoke to a very helpful chap on the phone and my phone and simcard arrived in the post the next day. Plus my £30 Quidco has tracked.
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GUARDIANS OF GALAXY VOL 2 - TRAFFORD CENTRE - 27/04/17 - 9.15pm - all tickets £5.00 @ Odeon

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Seems to be a glitch on Odeon website. All tickets to watch Guardians of Galaxy 2 are £5. Seems to work on screening for 27/04/17 - 9.15pm. Read More
Seems to be a glitch on Odeon website. All tickets to watch Guardians of Galaxy 2 are £5. Seems to work on screening for 27/04/17 - 9.15pm.
coolio28 Avatar2d, 23h agoFound 2 days, 23 hours ago3 Comments
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£4.25 all day every day for Hull!
Neth
The 21.15 showing is for the first GotG movie; the sequel screens after it at 00.01.
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The 21.15 showing is for the first GotG movie; the sequel screens after it at 00.01.
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S7 £23.49 per month FREE handset. 2gb data 1000 mins unlm txt. EE - smartphonecompany £563.76

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1000 Minutes Unlimited Texts 2 GB Data 24 Month Contract EE Nano SIM Card I have to link to the site's deals as people seem to be having trouble getting the deal when directly linked. https:… Read More
1000 Minutes Unlimited Texts 2 GB Data 24 Month Contract EE Nano SIM Card I have to link to the site's deals as people seem to be having trouble getting the deal when directly linked. https:…
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Loveabargain99
Sammyfoxy
This is not even expired wtf.
Hi Sammy don't be angry just send the correct link for the deal you have quoted. Follow your link and maybe you will see why it has expired.

I get the deal when I click the link, so don't accuse me of doing something wrong, I will however change the link to one that shows the sites deals and hopefully you can then find it.
Sammyfoxy
This is not even expired wtf.
Hi Sammy don't be angry just send the correct link for the deal you have quoted. Follow your link and maybe you will see why it has expired.
Sammyfoxy
https://i.imgur.com/5oVKqOS.png
The link you provided did not show that deal.
blue1971
Recently got this for £20.99 from Mobiles.co.uk with same but unlimited minutes.

I am hoping for a deal like that or better to come around after the S8 launches in a few days.
https://i.imgur.com/5oVKqOS.png

Edited By: niceroundpound on Apr 26, 2017 16:34
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Galaxy Golden Eggs (80g) 2 for £1.00 @ Heron Foods

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Unsure of national availability. Best before is 2018. Found in Burntwood store. Read More
Unsure of national availability. Best before is 2018. Found in Burntwood store.
ElusiveJ Avatar3d, 16h agoFound 3 days, 16 hours ago17 Comments
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NeoDoug1
24p in Asda;) (At least at the Bournemouth (St Pauls) store)

I'm going to Asda!!! oO:D
24p in Asda;) (At least at the Bournemouth (St Pauls) store)

Edited By: NeoDoug1 on Apr 28, 2017 16:27: More info
47p in wilkos
30p in Asda Llanelli yesterday. Made the mistake of buying 2 packs and took them into work today. Demolished very quickly!!
good find op, heat added
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Brand new Samsung Galaxy S7 £393.99 on O2 refresh

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O2 refresh have an offer which seems to expire tomorrow on a brand new Samsung Galaxy S7. The upfront cost is £9.99 and the device plan is £16 per month. You can choose any tariff you want and cancel Read More
O2 refresh have an offer which seems to expire tomorrow on a brand new Samsung Galaxy S7. The upfront cost is £9.99 and the device plan is £16 per month. You can choose any tariff you want and cancel
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grove39
philjstephenson
poor deal, expensive handset and these O2 refresh deals still require a credit check and contract - whether you can cancel that later dont come into it, therefore this isnt a deal for everyone...cold

Are you another one that thinks anything more than 50p for a phone is expensive ?


50p? Way too much.
philjstephenson
poor deal, expensive handset and these O2 refresh deals still require a credit check and contract - whether you can cancel that later dont come into it, therefore this isnt a deal for everyone...cold

Are you another one that thinks anything more than 50p for a phone is expensive ?
I think S7s are brilliant phones and the majority or people who disagree have never owned one.
dantesfireplace
misterleoni
ritchiedrama
S7 is a poor phone. Sold mine and got A Oneplus 3T much better.
What's poor about it?

Do NOT buy the S7 if you care about Video recording. [email protected] suffers from stuttering and anything higher/lower looks terrible at lower frame rates. Search google for 'S7 video stutter' for confirmation how common the issue is.

Device storage (not SD card) used for saving.

I got the phone yesterday and updated to Android 7 straight away, then checked the video today and it's just junk ... so disappointing.

I've been buying Android phones (as well as an iPhone in 2015) for about 7 years and it never ceases to amaze me how they screw up these functions when the previous version, the S6, handled it fine.

It's a year after the release of this phone so it's safe to say it's hardware related.

If you don't care about video ignore the rant.


Just tested on my S7 Edge and no such problem. Isn't the S7 identical hardware?
poor deal, expensive handset and these O2 refresh deals still require a credit check and contract - whether you can cancel that later dont come into it, therefore this isnt a deal for everyone...cold
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Dairy mini eggs and galaxy mini golden eggs and malteaster mini bunnies only 10p at sainburys

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All mini eggs and malteaster mini bunnies only 10p in Wembley sainsburys Also they have dairy milk mini eggs and daim mini eggs
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Aw man, just bought these bags for 50p :(
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Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 (8inch/32gb/Gold) - £299.99 @ eBay/Argos

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Nice £30 saving which still seems like an awesome tablet. Not for me as I want the 9.7" version but certainly cheaper than Argos instore. Read More
Nice £30 saving which still seems like an awesome tablet. Not for me as I want the 9.7" version but certainly cheaper than Argos instore.
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So you got that time machine I can borrow? (_;)

Nope, no time machine, don't need one. I did my research, paid attention and saved my pennies for when needed.
Lanius
The reason i don't think it's a great deal, despite what current prices look like, is that i got the first Tab S 10.5" less than a year after release from Samsung for £250 and i still think it's the better tablet.
Different times i suppose.

Different times, different pricing and of course Brexit.

So you got that time machine I can borrow? (_;)

In regards to spec, they're both the same. The Tab S2 was a minor upgrade to the S line and is why it really isn't a game changer. Both had 3GB RAM and the same-performing CPU. The only difference was the start of Samsung shifting to 4:3 aspect ratios on their displays - a move, personally, should have been done from the start.

It's starting to show a trend really something that Apple has done for years since the first gen iPad back in 2010 or so and Samsung have taken 4 years to get to this point. I'm not slating either but I certainly have been wanting a 4:3 tablet from Samsung for a long time.
The reason i don't think it's a great deal, despite what current prices look like, is that i got the first Tab S 10.5" less than a year after release from Samsung for £250 and i still think it's the better tablet.

Different times i suppose.
The M3 was the other one I'd been looking at actually.
AK.Gunners
I've seen that plus many other reviews, expert and private and they're generally positive. Always pros and cons, just mentioning there are other options and I certainly prefer the Huawei.

Ofcourse, a consideration nonetheless. I mean surely the fact their SoC can't give a decent balance of performance suggest a device that has cons that outweigh the positives surely?

Not trashing your choice or opinion but I'm merely just saying if a device doesn't perform that well then surely you'd be better spending that little extra? It's mainly the reason for me not including it in my original list.
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Guardians Of The Galaxy Dorbz figures £5.99 / £2 c&c or £2.95 del @ Hawkins bazzaar

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found these reduced Dorbz figures on Hawkin's Bazaar's website, thought they were a nicely reduced product with the upcoming release of Guardians Of The Galaxy 2 on Friday. Seem to have the lowest… Read More
found these reduced Dorbz figures on Hawkin's Bazaar's website, thought they were a nicely reduced product with the upcoming release of Guardians Of The Galaxy 2 on Friday. Seem to have the lowest…
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Nice spot , you can't get enough of the GotG . hope these are in store as well :D
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Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus 64GB Black, UNLIMITED Mins, Texts, 15GB Data, No Upfront Cost, FREE Delivery. + FREE Euro Roaming, FREE BT Sports, 6 Months Apple Music, £45.99 P/Month @Mobilephonesdirect £1,103.76 (possible £31.50 TCB)

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Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus 64GB Black, UNLIMITED Mins, Texts, 15GB Data, No Upfront Cost, FREE Delivery. + FREE Euro Roaming, FREE BT Sports, 6 Months Apple Music, £45.99 P/Month @Mobilephonesdirect (£31.…
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RustySpoons
zAndy1
RustySpoons
I've just ordered this, I think it's a great deal for a S8 Plus, so HOT from me!
Basically you are paying this...
Phone £779 / 24 Months = £32.45
Line Rental £324.96 / 24 Months = £13.54
So £13.54 per month for 15Gb data, Unlimited Calls, Texts etc, is a cracking dead and it's a EE Max Plan.
Have you received it? I need 100% confirmation it's a max plan with eu data included (not just the normal 500MB) and top speed 4G etc. Ta
Just checked my order. It's 100% a max plan and has the EU benefits. Hope this helps.

Thanks for that, I was/am slightly sceptical because i haven't found anywhere else that can get close to this deal for the s8+ with no upfront cost. I need to temper my enthusiasm now and remind myself I'm still paying for a contract for my s7 edge so it would be rather foolish to go for this really but I could sell the s7 edge for £250 which would help, hmmm decisions decisions...
zAndy1
RustySpoons
I've just ordered this, I think it's a great deal for a S8 Plus, so HOT from me!
Basically you are paying this...
Phone £779 / 24 Months = £32.45
Line Rental £324.96 / 24 Months = £13.54
So £13.54 per month for 15Gb data, Unlimited Calls, Texts etc, is a cracking dead and it's a EE Max Plan.
Have you received it? I need 100% confirmation it's a max plan with eu data included (not just the normal 500MB) and top speed 4G etc. Ta

Just checked my order. It's 100% a max plan and has the EU benefits. Hope this helps.
zAndy1
RustySpoons
I've just ordered this, I think it's a great deal for a S8 Plus, so HOT from me!
Basically you are paying this...
Phone £779 / 24 Months = £32.45
Line Rental £324.96 / 24 Months = £13.54
So £13.54 per month for 15Gb data, Unlimited Calls, Texts etc, is a cracking dead and it's a EE Max Plan.
Have you received it? I need 100% confirmation it's a max plan with eu data included (not just the normal 500MB) and top speed 4G etc. Ta
I cancelled my order as I was going to keep my S6... But then I ordered it again.
It will be here Tuesday. I'll let you know exactly what the plan is as soon as it's live on EE. I think that will happen before I get the phone.
RustySpoons
I've just ordered this, I think it's a great deal for a S8 Plus, so HOT from me!
Basically you are paying this...
Phone £779 / 24 Months = £32.45
Line Rental £324.96 / 24 Months = £13.54
So £13.54 per month for 15Gb data, Unlimited Calls, Texts etc, is a cracking dead and it's a EE Max Plan.

Have you received it? I need 100% confirmation it's a max plan with eu data included (not just the normal 500MB) and top speed 4G etc. Ta
Is this definitely a max plan cos it's not 100% clear on the website and does it include data in the EU? Looks like a cracking deal on the face of it, if it's definitely a max plan I might go for it
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Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series (PS4) £19.85 @ base

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5th May 2017 Release Date Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series delivers a brand new story of the universe's unlikeliest heroes, the rag-tag band of outlaws who go by the names Star-L… Read More
5th May 2017 Release Date Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series delivers a brand new story of the universe's unlikeliest heroes, the rag-tag band of outlaws who go by the names Star-L…
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Telltale botched any chance of me buying the season pass at launch after they released episode 1 of Wolf among us for free before ep2 was even out.
If you really are impatient though, it's £18.99 on PSN, and Ep1 was released a couple of days ago, or this deal which is nearly a quid more to get it later... But yeah, I learnt from how fast Batman dropped in price, won't be rushing for any others.
psm2201
I'd wait for the price to drop on this one, walking dead a new frontier dropped to 12.95 after a month or so.


Yes, always best to wait. Especially with Telltale games.
I'd wait for the price to drop on this one, walking dead a new frontier dropped to 12.95 after a month or so.
Can't really play/watch this, star-lord is just too not chris pratt, not hating, just really love the GOTG movie, also heat added op
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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Like New Perfectly Fine 32GB on O2 Refresh £297.99

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Seems a good price Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Like New Perfectly Fine 32GB O2 refresh deals have been posted many times on here where you order the contract and then cancel the airtime. (phone cost= £9… Read More
Seems a good price Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Like New Perfectly Fine 32GB O2 refresh deals have been posted many times on here where you order the contract and then cancel the airtime. (phone cost= £9…
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Just received my phone, really happy its immaculate - not a mark on it. I am now on online chat to get it unlocked and they are saying 'The phone has to be used at least for 24 hours in the O2 network before placing the request for unlocking. '
If I try to do it on my online account, it says page 'It looks like somethings gone wrong'
Anyone else been told this?


I inserted the sim made one phone call and that was it the sim was registered, I then rang 02 from my landline to request unlock, I got an email 4 days later. You can do it via the online form but I found it to be a pain.
Just received my phone, really happy its immaculate - not a mark on it. I am now on online chat to get it unlocked and they are saying 'The phone has to be used at least for 24 hours in the O2 network before placing the request for unlocking. '
If I try to do it on my online account, it says page 'It looks like somethings gone wrong'
Anyone else been told this?

Edited By: thespiderpig on Apr 28, 2017 15:09
nd4spd
They have plenty in stock in almost perfect which is £321,99 according to customer service stock list (not sure if she was telling the truth) but not for online stock she advised to phone sales to place the order.
Did you ask about perfectly fine?
They have plenty in stock in almost perfect which is £321,99 according to customer service stock list (not sure if she was telling the truth) but not for online stock she advised to phone sales to place the order.
hopefully have more soon :S
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Samsung Galaxy S6 32GB White UNLOCKED £179.99 @ Music Magpie REFURBISHED FREE 12 Month Warranty

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I ordered a refurbished phone in GOOD condition, they sent me a scratched up one. Returned it to them on myself. Once bitten twice shy.
I Ordered a hilarious thread but got a political debate.
I sold an S6 to Music Magpie for £170 a month ago. If you order one and get mine you're in luck because it was immaculate.
Gavin01
Lenovo p2 for £200 people
Where is that deal?
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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge 32GB Blue/Black or Gold £28 / 24 mths @ Affortablemobiles £672.00

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Best price I have seen so far... Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Blue/Black or Gold Three Essential Essential 8GB + AYCE Min (24mths)* Plus: £40 cashback with Quidco. or £42 cashback with To… Read More
Best price I have seen so far... Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Blue/Black or Gold Three Essential Essential 8GB + AYCE Min (24mths)* Plus: £40 cashback with Quidco. or £42 cashback with To…
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I hanging on for a few weeks to see if the price drops more, if not it's the type of deal I'll go for
ashdogra69
jiraiya
Seems a reasonable plan and price. Question always is, will prices fall significantly further than this in coming weeks... I really want an S7 edge so the wait is really tough!


To be honest I don't really think that it will drop drastically as its still only a year old. The prices will drop significantly for the S7/Edge when the Note 8 arrives.


Hmm... I did some looking over of the deals for the S6 edge once the Galaxy 7 series phones were released and there were numerous deals around the £300 mark for the 6 series phones..I'm hoping that I'll be able to pickup a new s7 edge for around that money once the 8 series galaxies have launched, or shortly thereafter...

Edited By: jiraiya on Apr 21, 2017 16:26: Grammar
jiraiya
Seems a reasonable plan and price. Question always is, will prices fall significantly further than this in coming weeks... I really want an S7 edge so the wait is really tough!


To be honest I don't really think that it will drop drastically as its still only a year old. The prices will drop significantly for the S7/Edge when the Note 8 arrives.
Seems a reasonable plan and price. Question always is, will prices fall significantly further than this in coming weeks... I really want an S7 edge so the wait is really tough!
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Transparent Samsung Galaxy S8 Case NOW £3.99 (was £5.99) with code + prime. £7.98 non prime Sold by KeplerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon

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I was looking for a Samsung S8 case for my phone arriving soon, and came across this offer. Transparent case for just £3.99 with next-day prime when using promo code. Looks like offer applies to al… Read More
I was looking for a Samsung S8 case for my phone arriving soon, and came across this offer. Transparent case for just £3.99 with next-day prime when using promo code. Looks like offer applies to al…
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does this cover the front as well
lovely! it's all about buying a £700 phone £2 case and 99p screen protector. does the job for me!!
Got one for 99p off eBay ;)
buy a £700 phone then skimp on the case lol
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Samsung Galaxy S3 NEW@ Ebay / hitechelectronicsuk £99.99

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Cheapest i have found from a Uk seller I think it is a good price for a brand new s3. Read More
Cheapest i have found from a Uk seller I think it is a good price for a brand new s3.
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Sorry s3 you said cold just for posting such a deal s8 now ,who the hell would buy a new s3
I would pay £100 for a brand new boxed white SII though, classic phone.
Maybe an S5 at this price would be attracting heat.
Is the OP time traveling?
savsac29
Saw a program this week about buying goods from Europe that were not covered by the manufacturer warranty and could be fake

We are still members of the EU and if Samsung UK fail to recognise that fact where warranty is concerned then I think they may be in breach of EU regulations which specifically governs warranties of goods purchased within the EU. Although they could argue it does not carry any warranty under UK regulations they cannot argue with EU Directives. Obviously all of the aforementioned only applies if any sales take place which seeing as this phone must at least 4 years old now I don't think there are going to be many, if any at all.

Edited By: Smartguy1 on Apr 20, 2017 22:17
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Guardians Of The Galaxy Double Bill £10.00 - Vue Cinemas

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See Guardians Of The Galaxy (my favourite marvel movie) and Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2.(probably my new favourite marvel movie) back to back and be among the first to see Guardians Of The Galaxy V… Read More
See Guardians Of The Galaxy (my favourite marvel movie) and Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2.(probably my new favourite marvel movie) back to back and be among the first to see Guardians Of The Galaxy V…
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Coming up as £11.48 for two adults at Westwood cross for me!
No thanks, 2d only showing at thurrock for it.
booked 2 vip seats, 2nd film had great reviews from early critic preview showing.
Over £16 per person in London Piccadilly, but should still be a good night! X)
How do you get the tickets for £10? Is it only at certain cinemas? Because I booked yesterday for two adults and it came to £32
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Samsung Galaxy S8+ with 64gb memory card - £54 x 24 months = £1,296 (possible £135 cashback) - Virgin Mobile £1,161.00

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So this deal comprises of 1x Galaxy S8+ 64gb 1x 64GB Samsing Memory card £135 cashback (tracked) 2GB bonus data (with rollover) No upfront cost 2500mins, unlimited texts, 6GB Data £54.00 pe… Read More
So this deal comprises of 1x Galaxy S8+ 64gb 1x 64GB Samsing Memory card £135 cashback (tracked) 2GB bonus data (with rollover) No upfront cost 2500mins, unlimited texts, 6GB Data £54.00 pe…
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I didnt put 48 months the hukd added it in there :/
Still better than iTrash
Uridium
JimBobJr
Paul.Bradbury
Who in their right mind would have a contract for a phone for four years??!!!!!
Well a Samsung will last 15 years it's good value...
@JimBobJr
As the HUKD resident "B20 guru from London" hasn't told us yet can you confirm or deny the existence of B20 on this handset deal please?
I'm torn between this and a Nokia 3310 but B20 is crucial....
No, only the latest Samsung has B20
When I tap on the link it sends me to virgin mobile £25 sim only contract?
JimBobJr
Paul.Bradbury
Who in their right mind would have a contract for a phone for four years??!!!!!
Well a Samsung will last 15 years it's good value...
@JimBobJr

As the HUKD resident "B20 guru from London" hasn't told us yet can you confirm or deny the existence of B20 on this handset deal please?

I'm torn between this and a Nokia 3310 but B20 is crucial....

Edited By: Uridium on Apr 20, 2017 00:13
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Samsung Galaxy S8 Black - EE (5GB, unlimited mins/texts) @ £25.99/month, £275.00 upfront - Total cost: £898.76 - Mobiles.co.uk

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Seems very good price to me. Total cost for the contract:£898.76 So if you consider £640 as the price for handset (http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/s8-samsung-orchid-grey-640-83-amazon-2667298), Read More
Seems very good price to me. Total cost for the contract:£898.76 So if you consider £640 as the price for handset (http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/s8-samsung-orchid-grey-640-83-amazon-2667298),
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Why isn't this hot ? It's £37.44/month for a flagship phone.
makes it almost 37.50pm
grove39
Have you been in a coma ?

I think he's trying to sarcastically emulate 'ihatebingo' after the latter's comments in this thread:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/xiaomi-mi-note-2-curved-5-7-fhd-sd821-4gb-ram-64gb-326-25-gearbest-2668246
JimBobJr
No UK 4g bands. Big negative. Will work as tablet not phone in UK.

Have you been in a coma ?
AK.Gunners
JimBobJr
No UK 4g bands. Big negative. Will work as tablet not phone in UK.
Say what?
Better off getting the new Samsung mate
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Half Price Galaxy Chocolate 390g £1.82 at Boots

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Half price chocolate in-store at Boots - if you're not feeling overweight after all those Easter eggs then maybe one or two of these 390g bars might tip the scales
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Samsung Galaxy Tab A, 7” Tablet, 8GB, WiFi Black & White with 1000 Extra Tesco Clubcard points (worth £10) £99.00 Free C&C @ Tesco Direct

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Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series Demo

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Free demo of the new telltale game Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series delivers a brand new story of the universe’s unlikeliest heroes, the rag-tag band of outlaws who go by the n…
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mazzyhope
Telltale were on such a great run of form between The Walking Dead s1 & 2, Wolf Among Us, Tales From the Borderlands and even Game of Thrones (which i know some didn't like) but Michonne was so lacklustre and I'm having trouble finding the enthusiasm to get through the Batman game. Waiting for Walking Dead s3 to finish before jumping in so I'm hoping it's a return to form. Guardian looks promising.
Apart from a few graphical issues batman was pritty good, not the best but good ;) but i get you i have the same feeling towards borderlands its the only tell tale ive not completed yet.. but have had it 2 year :/
Get back to Borderlands mate I just finished it tonight and it was great I was going to trade it in but I changed my mind I intend going back to it at some point I really enjoyed it. I also completed batman this weekend and that was good too apart from the bugs. I'm looking forward to this one.
mazzyhope
Telltale were on such a great run of form between The Walking Dead s1 & 2, Wolf Among Us, Tales From the Borderlands and even Game of Thrones (which i know some didn't like) but Michonne was so lacklustre and I'm having trouble finding the enthusiasm to get through the Batman game. Waiting for Walking Dead s3 to finish before jumping in so I'm hoping it's a return to form. Guardian looks promising.


Apart from a few graphical issues batman was pritty good, not the best but good ;) but i get you i have the same feeling towards borderlands its the only tell tale ive not completed yet.. but have had it 2 year :/
Just finished the first episode, probably the most i have enjoyed a telltale game since the wolf among us!
OP thanks for this, but still... I don't get how a demo can get hot in hotukdeals. It's a demo, where's the deal?
morocco1
Spark
morocco1
Spark
Oh Telltale, where did it all go so wrong?....
They peaked at The Wolf Among Us and have been on a slow downwards trajectory ever since. I don't think it's solely down to the games or stories themselves being bad but rather because they've saturated their own product and fatigue is setting in - how many games using the same engine now?! Must be at least 20 if you include the PC-exclusive ones like Sam & Max.
I feel it is more like they've gone where the money is. There's bigger profit to be made from the likes of Marvel franchises, Minecraft and Borderlands.
The last one of their games I really liked was Game of Thrones but I think those days are gone now.
Probably right - their first few games were reinvigorating cult franchises - Sam & Max, Monkey Island etc, but since they scored big with TWD, they've hit progressively larger franchises where, let's be honest, you can slap the logo on any old crud and move units. I'm still optimistic this one will turn out well as I actually think this is the only format a game based on the franchise would work; the strength of the movies and comics is in the writing, the character's individuality and the group dynamic, so a generic 3D action game would not have cut it.

I'm not a Marvel/comic/superhero person so I'll be giving this one a miss. I've actually stopped buying their games now because I don't feel like they're making games for me anymore.
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Xiaomi Mi Note 2 (Curved 5.7" FHD, SD821, 4GB RAM, 64GB) £326.25 @ Gearbest

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Likely no B20, but a very well made phone for the price with curved edges. USE CODE: MINOTES (Ignore the 6GB RAM) Read More
Likely no B20, but a very well made phone for the price with curved edges. USE CODE: MINOTES (Ignore the 6GB RAM)
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CampGareth

On topic though, iirc MIUI is similar to iOS in theme. I'd want to get closer to stock Android, is that possible?
You can install your own launcher, you just install an app from the Play store, set it at the default launcher and away you go - you don't need root access to do that. I use Nova launcher on my Samsung as I like the customisation, the default launcher is 4x4 icons which is far too big for the screen but with Nova launcher I can set it to 6x6, customise the app drawer, desktop transitions when going between home screens, I can backup/restore home screen configurations and also install the same launcher and setup on different models of phones.
Hmm, but that won't cover things like the settings menu or the notification bar? It also won't cover any deeper modifications which was the reason I stopped using Samsung phones (Galaxy S 1, Note 1), they'd made changes that broke... something. DPI scaling maybe? I can't remember, too long ago, got the impression that samsung can't code to save their lives though.

True although it does mostly change the look and feel of the phone. All the main Samsung software gets broken by DPI scaling (launcher, camera app, dialer etc) so needs replaced but core stuff all works fine.

John
TheAVJunky
realdeals
sam_of_london
Negative. No B20 4g band in expensive phone.
The phone has band 20 dude it was Xiaomi bench tester for official expansion into the US and Europe.
Need to be careful on this one, if Band 20 is important (i.e. for O2 or Vodafone users), then need to go for the 'Global Version.' This is minimum 6 GB/128 GB and price starts at £432.29.http://www.gearbest.com/cell-phones/pp_617023.html?wid=4
This device was made with band 20 from day one.
Chinese Version
http://www.oppomart.com/xiaomi-mi-note-2.html

Edited By: realdeals on Apr 19, 2017 14:30: .
Johnmcl7
CampGareth

On topic though, iirc MIUI is similar to iOS in theme. I'd want to get closer to stock Android, is that possible?
You can install your own launcher, you just install an app from the Play store, set it at the default launcher and away you go - you don't need root access to do that. I use Nova launcher on my Samsung as I like the customisation, the default launcher is 4x4 icons which is far too big for the screen but with Nova launcher I can set it to 6x6, customise the app drawer, desktop transitions when going between home screens, I can backup/restore home screen configurations and also install the same launcher and setup on different models of phones.
Hmm, but that won't cover things like the settings menu or the notification bar? It also won't cover any deeper modifications which was the reason I stopped using Samsung phones (Galaxy S 1, Note 1), they'd made changes that broke... something. DPI scaling maybe? I can't remember, too long ago, got the impression that samsung can't code to save their lives though.
realdeals
sam_of_london
Negative. No B20 4g band in expensive phone.
The phone has band 20 dude it was Xiaomi bench tester for official expansion into the US and Europe.
Need to be careful on this one, if Band 20 is important (i.e. for O2 or Vodafone users), then need to go for the 'Global Version.' This is minimum 6 GB/128 GB and price starts at £432.29.
http://www.gearbest.com/cell-phones/pp_617023.html?wid=4
CampGareth

On topic though, iirc MIUI is similar to iOS in theme. I'd want to get closer to stock Android, is that possible?

You can install your own launcher, you just install an app from the Play store, set it at the default launcher and away you go - you don't need root access to do that. I use Nova launcher on my Samsung as I like the customisation, the default launcher is 4x4 icons which is far too big for the screen but with Nova launcher I can set it to 6x6, customise the app drawer, desktop transitions when going between home screens, I can backup/restore home screen configurations and also install the same launcher and setup on different models of phones.




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Samsung Galaxy TabPro S - £454.94 delivered @ Dealbuyer.com

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£454.94 @ Dealbuyer
This seems a nice deal on the Tab Pro S. Yes, I know the Glaaxy Book is yet to be released but as a cheap Surface, it's not so bad. Paypal and Amazon are accepted. Read More
This seems a nice deal on the Tab Pro S. Yes, I know the Glaaxy Book is yet to be released but as a cheap Surface, it's not so bad. Paypal and Amazon are accepted.
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Benchmark on the processor is quite low at 3056. I have a 6 year old Acer running an i3 processor which has a similar score. Whilst this will have a lovely screen I think the price does not reflect the tech and looks like they are pricing at Surface comparative. It's not cheap enough for me especially as a decent second hand Asus flip running an i7 can be had at less than half this cost.
Yes that's true. It would be interesting to see how prices of the same tech are in Eastern Europe where people have less money (allegedly).
Blame the people that buy them. Same as Apple over pricing. Choose the equally good lower priced alternatives for yourself and be happy that you are not being sucked in by the marketing bs.
The sooner Samsung get someone with consumer sense to price their tabs and phones, the better for all. They are too expensive for what they are.

samsung galaxy logoAn Introduction to the Samsung Galaxy Range

Korean giant Samsung is one of the biggest telecommunication companies in the UK, thanks to their hugely popular Galaxy range of phones and tablets. Millions of British phone users rely on their Samsung phones every day, and that number is constantly growing thanks to the quality of Samsung’s products. Whether you need a new Samsung phone or you are just getting acquainted with the brand, this buyer’s guide will explain everything you need to know when buying a product in the Galaxy range.

Samsung Galaxy: Advanced Mobile Phones

Samsung have been around for decades (since 1938 in fact), but their mobile phone and tablet business is far newer. Even around the year 2000, Samsung produced relatively few phones, and companies like Ericsson or Nokia were far larger. However, by 2012, Samsung had become the world’s largest manufacturer of mobile phones, largely thanks to their Galaxy collection.

The first Samsung Galaxy phone appeared in 2009, not long after the Apple iPhone. Seeing the potential for smartphones early on, Samsung could see the speed at which the new technology was being embraced by worldwide phone users, so they introduced an all-purpose, high-quality smartphone at a lower price point than Apple’s premium models.

The initial Galaxy was soon followed by the Galaxy S which introduced touchscreen technology, and since then the company has released tens of updates, including the Galaxy S5, S6, S7, A3, and A5. Recent innovations have also seen the arrival of the Samsung Galaxy Edge. This so-called “phablet” is the major competitor to the iPhone 7 and features no visible frame around the screen.

In the process of releasing new versions of the Galaxy, Samsung has continually refined the chips they use, with the result that the internal performance of Galaxy phones is among the highest-spec around. And they have also improved the delivery of firmware updates, keeping their Android-based OS up to date and secure.

There have been some hiccups along the way though. Most famously the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, which was prone to catching fire, resulting in a massive recall in mid-2016. However, Samsung have weathered that storm, and look set to continue to release high-performance Galaxy devices for years to come.

What Can You Do With a Samsung Galaxy?

Samsung Galaxy devices cover quite a lot of ground, from full-on tablets (like the Galaxy Note) to phablets (like the Edge) and smaller smartphones (like the S7), and different models have different capabilities. As with all high-end smartphones, they can be used to take photos, listen to music, capture videos, stream TV and movies, send and receive e-mails, check social media, send SMS messages and, of course, make phone calls.

Galaxy phones also include features that are specific to Samsung’s devices. For example, they can take advantage of wireless charging, make payments via the Samsung Pay digital wallet, and use Samsung Smart Switch to transfer content across the various cloud-storage systems.

However, at their root, Samsung Galaxy devices are simply high-end versions of basic smartphones and tablets.

The Different Models of Samsung Galaxy Phones on the Market

If you’re a committed Samsung fan, or you’re just checking out their products for the first time, you’ll find a wide range of phones and phablets to choose from. Here are some of their most popular models:

  • The Samsung Galaxy S5 - Introduced in 2014, the S5 (unsurprisingly) built upon the S4 and is a medium sized touchscreen smartphone. Innovative new features included a heart rate monitor (handy for fitness lovers), IP67 water resistance, a fingerprint scanner, the ability to film in high definition 4K, HDR photos, USB 3.0 compatibility and a more efficient battery than ever before.
  • The Samsung Galaxy S6 - Unveiled in March 2015, the S6 came as an S6 smartphone or an S6 Edge phablet. This time around, customers could enjoy faster charging, smart management of RAM and disk storage and more custom themes, along with a generally leaner interface that improved performance. The camera was improved from the S5, as was the fingerprint reader. It all added up to a well-received product, which sold more units in its first month of sales than the S5 did in its lifetime. However, it's worth noting that the S6 did fall down in one respect: it isn't waterproof. So if you need a rainproof model, look elsewhere.
  • The Samsung Galaxy S7 - the most recent iteration of S range of Galaxy devices, the S7 comes in S7, S7 Edge and S7 Edge+ varieties and was released in early 2016. The camera has been refined to improve the autofocus and deliver better photos at low light levels, the phone is more water resistant and supports up to 256GB of extra SD disk storage.
  • The Samsung Gallery A Series - In this case, the A refers to “Android”, and the first of the series arrived in 2014. Designed to be slightly more affordable than the S range, the various phones in the A range did almost everything the S range could do, while costing substantially less.
  • The Samsung Gallery J Series - Often thought of as the budget version of the Galaxy, the J series has been around since 2013, but really hit its stride with the J5, released in 2015. More basic than the S and A range, but much cheaper, the J series is an ideal entry level smartphone.

Along with these conventional smartphones, Samsung have also carved out a niche for themselves as the leading phablet manufacturer in the world, including:

  • The Samsung Galaxy Edge - As noted above, the S6 and S7 came in Edge and Edge+ varieties (with the plus denoting a slightly larger screen size). What sets these devices apart is their wraparound screens, which do away with the need for a bezel, creating a much larger screen size, while keeping the overall weight of the phone low. The processing capabilities and all-round quality of the Edge led them to be branded as “phablets”, halfway between a tablet and a smartphone, making them a hit with professionals who need a conveniently sized device, but one with the power to handle documents, audio and video processing.

    samsung galaxy s6 edge

Samsung Galaxy Smartphones: Specifications

So, that’s the basic range of Samsung Galaxy phones, or at least the most recently released models. It might help to drill down a little into their specifications, to get a feel for how the major models differ.

The Samsung S6

  • Dimensions: 14 x 7 x 0.7cm
  • Weight: 138g
  • Operating system: Android 5.0.2 Lollipop
  • CPU: Octa-core 64-bit 14 nm
  • GPU: Mali-T760 MP8
  • Memory: 3GB LPDDR4
  • Storage options: 32, 64, 128GB
  • Display size: 5.1 inches (13cm)
  • Rear Camera: 16MP Sony Exmor RS IMX240
  • Front Camera: Samsung ISOCELL S5K4E6 5MP
  • Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi-fi: 802.11a/b/g/n/ac (2.4 & 5GHz)
  • Battery life: Around 17 hours

The Galaxy A5 (2017 edition):

  • Dimensions: 15 x 7 x 0.8cm
  • Weight: 157g
  • Operating system: Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow
  • CPU: Octa-Core 1.9GHz
  • GPU: Mali-T830MP3
  • Memory: 3GB RAM
  • Storage options: 32GB UFS, expandable via SD to 256GB
  • Display size: 5.2 inches (13cm)
  • Rear Camera: 16MP, f/1.9, 27mm, autofocus, LED flash, Front Camera: 16MP, f/1.9, 1080p
  • Bluetooth 4.2 and Wi-fi: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
  • Battery life: Around 16 hours

Samsung Galaxy A

And the Galaxy J5:

  • Dimensions: 15 x 7.2 x 0.8cm
  • Weight: 159g
  • Operating system: Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow
  • CPU: Quad-core 1.2GHz Cortex-A53
  • GPU: Adreno 306
  • Memory: 2GB RAM
  • Storage options: 16GB, expandable via SD to 256GB
  • Display size: 5.2 inches (13cm)
  • Rear Camera: 13MP, f/1.9, 28mm, autofocus, LED flash, Front Camera: 5MP, f/1.9, LED flash
  • Bluetooth 4.1 and Wi-fi: 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
  • Battery life: Around 18 hours

The Samsung Galaxy S7:

  • Dimensions: 14 x 7 x 0.8cm
  • Weight: 152gsamsung galaxy s7 s7 edge
  • Operating system: Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow
  • CPU: Octa-core (4x2.3GHz Mongoose & 4x1.6GHz Cortex-A53)
  • GPU: Mali-T880 MP12
  • Memory: 4GB LPDDR4 RAM
  • Storage options: 32GB UFS, expandable via SD to 256GB
  • Display size: 5.1 inches (13cm)
  • Rear Camera: 12MP Samsung ISOCELL S5K2L1 or Sony Exmor RS IMX260
  • Front Camera: Samsung S5K4E6 5MP, f/1.7 aperture
  • Bluetooth 4.2 and Wi-fi: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
  • Battery life: Around 22 hours

Finally, the most recent Galaxy Edge (the S7 Edge):

  • Dimensions: 15.1 x 7.2 x 0.77cm
  • Weight: 157g
  • Operating system: Android 6.0 Marshmallow
  • CPU: Quad-core (2x2.15GHz Kryo; 2x1.6GHz Kryo) or Octa-core (4x2.3GHz Mongoose & 4x1.6GHz Cortex-A53)
  • GPU: Adreno 530 or Mali-T880 MP12
  • Memory: 4GB RAM
  • Storage options: 32/64/128GB, expandable via SD to 256GB
  • Display size: 5.5 inches
  • Rear Camera: 12MP, f/1.7, 26mm, phase detection autofocus, OIS, LED flash, Front Camera: 5MP, 1/4.1" sensor size, 1.34mm pixel size, f/1.7, 22mm, dual video call, Auto HDR
  • Bluetooth 4.2 and Wi-fi: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
  • Battery life: Around 27 hours

Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge

Different Models of Samsung Galaxy Tablet

Along with the various Samsung Galaxy smartphones and phablets we’ve already looked at, the Korean company also offers some slick Galaxy tablets that compare favourably with Apple’s iPad range. The two main varieties available include:

samsung galaxy tab pro s

  • The Galaxy Note - As noted above, the Galaxy Note has had its problems, but it is well established as a leading high-end smartphone/tablet. Available since 2011, the Note has built its sales pitch around the use of stylus pens to interact with its touchscreen. Every single model includes a specially adapted stylus as part of the package, and the screen has been refined over the years to provide a reliable, responsive tool for writing and freehand drawing. Since 2014, the Note has also been available in an Edge variety, without the bezel, just like Samsung’s galaxy smartphones. At the moment, you can’t get hold of a Galaxy Note 7, due to the product recall, but you will find deals for Note 6s and there may also be upcoming offers for the new Galaxy Note 8, which is scheduled for release in the near future.
  • The Galaxy Tab - More of a classic tablet size than the hybrid Galaxy Note, the Tab has been around since 2010 and is a high-performance Android tablet. More recent versions like the Galaxy Tab ProS and the Tab A 10.1 feature 10 inch displays, Windows interfaces and the ability to pair tablets with phones.

Samsung Galaxy Tablets: Specifications

Samsung’s tablets tend to be at the higher end of the tablet market, and are particularly useful because of their compatibility with Microsoft Windows. Routinely praised for their speed, stylus performance and battery life, they are a great option for creative professionals who see the appeal of jotting down work notes or diagrams as they go, and they are also ideal for students.

Here are the basic specifications of the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S, 2016’s iteration of the Galaxy tablet series:

  • Dimensions: 25.4 x 15.5 x 0.8cm
  • Weight: 525g
  • Operating system: Android OS, v6.0 (Marshmallow)
  • CPU: Octa-core (4x1.6GHz Cortex-A53 & 4x1.0GHz Cortex-A53)
  • GPU: Mali-T830 MP2
  • Memory: 2 or 3GB RAM
  • Storage options: 16/32GB, expandable via SD to 256GB
  • Display size: 10.1 inches
  • Rear Camera: 8MP, f/1.9, autofocus, LED flash, Front Camera: 2MP, f/2.2, 1080p video
  • Bluetooth 4.2 and Wi-Fi: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
  • 3.5mm stereo jack included

Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S

Things to Think About Before Buying Samsung Galaxy Products

There’s little doubt that Samsung’s Galaxy range is right at the top of the current crop of smartphones and tablets (and phablets too for that matter). However, that doesn’t mean you should rush out to make a purchase. The tech market is incredibly competitive, with a wide range of price points.

Generally speaking, the choice boils down to Apple or Samsung for many people. On the plus side, Samsung offers Android phones, which makes them easier to customise and provides access to the huge Google Play database. Their designs tend to be reliable (though so do Apple’s) and their latest phones always keep pace with innovation. You can be sure that the next wave of Samsung Galaxy phones will have easy electronic wallet functions and slicker interfaces because it’s a key part of their corporate approach.

However, few of these things differentiates Samsung much from Apple. The truth is that a Samsung Galaxy S7 is very similar to an iPhone 7 in most respects. This includes their relatively high price. That’s fine if you are willing to pay extra for a top of the range phone, but there’s no real need. Lower spec Galaxy phones like the J range are ideal for everyday users, so leave the S phones for professionals and show-offs. You can save hundreds of pounds by simply choosing a phone that does what you need it to do, and nothing more.

How and When to Buy Your Next Samsung Galaxy

Whether you are purchasing a turbocharged S7, a nifty little J5 or a Tab for business use, choosing the right vendor to buy your Samsung Galaxy device from is essential.

The first thing to do is to check the HotUKDeals listings and find out which merchants in your area are running Samsung Galaxy deals. Typically, you’ll find offers from high street names like Currys, Carphone Warehouse, Tesco, Argos and many other shops. Then, visit the store, ask about the phone and decide whether it has the features you need.

Double check the HotUKDeals listings at this point: there may be online sellers like Amazon, uSwitch, Very or the official Samsung shop at www.samsung.com offering deals that undercut high street shops. When you’ve found a deal you like, just use our portal to head to the purchasing page.

If you can hold out until Black Friday in late November, it’s a great time to make your purchase. Retailers (and Samsung themselves) will cut their prices as the festive buying season nears, so be sure to check the listings regularly.

Find Great Samsung Galaxy Offers at HotUKDeals

Whether you need a high spec tablet, a top of the line smartphone or a budget phone with the capabilities of a much more expensive model, the Samsung Galaxy range could be for you. You’ll find deals on every kind of Galaxy model at HotUKDeals, so bookmark our Samsung Galaxy listings. There’s no better way to cut the price of upgrading your mobile devices.