Been expired but still a valid deal - 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 @ buymobiles.net
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Been expired but still a valid deal - 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 @ buymobiles.net

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Found 29th Apr 2017
For whatever reason the URL link doesn't take you to the deal itself but you can get to it from the exact same link here

buymobiles.net/con…-24

£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 applies to calls and texts to UK numbers starting 01, 02 and 03 and mobiles starting 07, made (unless otherwise stated) from within the UK. Allowances renew with each billing cycle and unused allowance is not carried forward. Once allowances are fully depleted, usage will be chargeable.
The minimum term of this plan is 24 months. After this the plan will automatically renew on a monthly basis. The plan can be cancelled by giving one month’s notice to the network.

Product Specification

Display:
5.5-inch Quad HD
Display Technology:
Super AMOLED
Resolution:
1440 x 2560 pixels (534 ppi)
Chipset:
Exynos 8890 Octa
Storage:
32GB
Card Slot (microSD):
Up to 200GB
Dimensions:
150.9 x 72.6 x 7.7 mm
Weight:
157 g
Camera:
12MP
Secondary Camera:
5MP
Video Camera Quality:
2160p
Water-resistant:
Yes
Waterproof Rating:
IP68
SIM Type:
Nano
Wireless Connectivity:
WiFi, Bluetooth (v4.2), NFC
Connectivity Port:
micro-USB
Battery Capacity:
3600mAh
Network Bands:
GSM / HSPA / LTE
LTE Cat:
Cat 6 (300/50 Mbps)
Extras:
Samsung Pay
Fast Charging
Wireless Charging
Community Updates

Groups

44 Comments
Yep, worth some heat
£39 upfront unless I'm missing something?
And it's the "essential" plan so no tethering or feel at home usage as I understand it?
defgimp

£39 upfront unless I'm missing something?


Select from this page (pre-filter unlimited mins) for zero upfront buymobiles.net/sam…ack
Original Poster
waynemorris45

https://www.buymobiles.net/contract/samsung-galaxy-s7-edge-black/30-essential-30gb-ayce-min-24mths-24



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" 29th Apr 2017
Original Poster
defgimp

And it's the "essential" plan so no tethering or feel at home usage as I … And it's the "essential" plan so no tethering or feel at home usage as I understand it?


yes you are absolutely correct.
What's this "all you can eat" nonsense? You'd think "unlimited" would suffice.
Original Poster
yesBilly

What's this "all you can eat" nonsense? You'd think "unlimited" would … What's this "all you can eat" nonsense? You'd think "unlimited" would suffice.


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I quite like the sound of the s7 for £25.99 a month on EE with 5gb data from the same company.
Also I assume if you're already with 3, you'd need to move your number temporarily somewhere?
Original Poster
ajer

I quite like the sound of the s7 for £25.99 a month on EE with 5gb data … I quite like the sound of the s7 for £25.99 a month on EE with 5gb data from the same company.Also I assume if you're already with 3, you'd need to move your number temporarily somewhere?


if you are already with three already your number on contract or payg, as this will be a new contract you are taking out if you did decide to buy it then you get a new number. Call 3 customer services and explain things when you are putting in the cancellation for the old contract and they will shift your old number over to the new contract. Exactly what I did with my old contract.
Amazing price
shows you how bad this site gets

one post for one reseller goes very cold

the same deal from another reseller goes hot mmm

hotukdeals.com/dea…182
Original Poster
jase.2

shows you how bad this site gets one post for one reseller goes very … shows you how bad this site gets one post for one reseller goes very coldthe same deal from another reseller goes hot mmmhttp://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-s7-edge-30gb-unlimited-texts-mins-three-from-affordablemobiles-co-uk-720-2675182


lol. I guess it's all in how the title is worded. Plenty time for this one to go cold too
Edited by: "Dealminboys" 29th Apr 2017
It's all how the mood strikes at the time of posting. All it takes is a few cold votes for it to cascade.
Excellent deal, don't forget £30 Quidco too!
Edited by: "tobtan" 29th Apr 2017
My Nexus 6P contract ends this year. Been paying £28pm so ideally want to be at that price again. Is this a worthy upgrade?
Chef_uk

My Nexus 6P contract ends this year. Been paying £28pm so ideally want to … My Nexus 6P contract ends this year. Been paying £28pm so ideally want to be at that price again. Is this a worthy upgrade?



Depends what allowance you get with your 6P. The phone is decent though. Personally I'd want the Advanced Plan as 30GB is a lot to use without those extra features.
5Gb data, unlimited texts/calls. Personally I rarely use the latter and have only gone over 5Gb on three occasions in two years. I can tether from the wife's phone during those occasions.

So your saying this price is more at the data, rather than spec of the phone?
I think you can get the same deal at affordablemobiles with £42 tcb cashback making this 678 total... it's either affordablemobiles or one of the other cheap contract resellers.. search on moneysupermarket and you should see who else sells this deal....
Chef_uk

5Gb data, unlimited texts/calls. Personally I rarely use the latter and … 5Gb data, unlimited texts/calls. Personally I rarely use the latter and have only gone over 5Gb on three occasions in two years. I can tether from the wife's phone during those occasions. So your saying this price is more at the data, rather than spec of the phone?



The Nexus 6P is a good handset and has similar performance to the S7 Edge from personal experience, mainly because the S7 Edge is hampered with the TouchWiz interface but it does have expandable memory and waterproofing, two features I like a lot.

Also, I had a look and the Advanced version of this plan is £48/month... don't know why the price difference but if I have 30GB, I will sure want to tether...
What network is that?
I never had mobile with contract, let's say I would take this phone for 24 months contract and can I cancel a contract after few months? There are any extra fees because of that?


Edited by: "zagroo" 29th Apr 2017
zagroo

What network is that?I never had mobile with contract, let's say I would … What network is that?I never had mobile with contract, let's say I would take this phone for 24 months contract and can I cancel a contract after few months? There are any extra fees because of that?



You would have to pay the remainder of the contract
lasuil

You would have to pay the remainder of the contract



Does that mean you would have to pay :

Number of remaining months x £30

?
Anyone know how much it is if you buy this plan to upgrade the tariff to Advanced? I think Three charges between £3-6/month more for Advanced over Essential but don't want the risk really. I would definitely like Feel at Home and tethering.
yesBilly

What's this "all you can eat" nonsense? You'd think "unlimited" would … What's this "all you can eat" nonsense? You'd think "unlimited" would suffice.



Same number of syllables.
Order this other day didnt realise it didnt have hotspot.
So does that mean i cannot connect phone to my laptop to use internet ?
Dont no whether to keep phone or return not even opened it yet.
axIguy

Does that mean you would have to pay :Number of remaining months x £30?



Yes
1nstant

Yes



Really? That's sucks
jase.2

shows you how bad this site gets one post for one reseller goes very … shows you how bad this site gets one post for one reseller goes very coldthe same deal from another reseller goes hot mmmhttp://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-s7-edge-30gb-unlimited-texts-mins-three-from-affordablemobiles-co-uk-720-2675182



I remember that deal! Ha! Ended up getting a s7 from a friend for £175, has a wee crack on the back but not too bad! Looks like a nice phone it does!!!
claire19821601

Order this other day didnt realise it didnt have hotspot.So does that … Order this other day didnt realise it didnt have hotspot.So does that mean i cannot connect phone to my laptop to use internet ? Dont no whether to keep phone or return not even opened it yet.



Yes. That's my concern as well. You need an Advanced plan, not an Essential like this, which is why I haven't bitten yet. If you need tethering, return it if you still can - unless someone knows of a way of bypassing this restriction.
Chef_uk

5Gb data, unlimited texts/calls. Personally I rarely use the latter and … 5Gb data, unlimited texts/calls. Personally I rarely use the latter and have only gone over 5Gb on three occasions in two years. I can tether from the wife's phone during those occasions. So your saying this price is more at the data, rather than spec of the phone?



The phones are comparable, not worth the upgrade for the bump in price IMO. The S7 edge is over a year old, so the value has depreciated, and will continue to do so over minimum 24 month period of the contract. In short, over the course of your contract you'd be paying a premium for a 2-3 year old phone, with data that you mostly don't use.

If I were you I would upgrade to a sim only deal if you're happy with the 6P. Or better still, wait for the last month of your current contract then call up your phone provider saying you're not happy, you want to leave them and that you want your PAC code (this is the number you're given when your want to change provider but keep your number.). This suggests that you're very serious about leaving, so they will bend over backwards to try and keep you and offer you deals that they don't give to new customers, especially if you've been with them for a number of years. I used this tactic to get a 50% discount on my last 2 contracts with Vodafone, the last of which is sim only 10gb data. 2gb roaming in Europe, free uk and europe roaming calls, unlimited texts, free spotify premium worth £9.99 a month alone for £13.50 a month. Should have been £27 a month, but asking for the PAC code made them offer me a %50 to keep me.

Btw the beauty of this is once you get your PAC code your contract doesn't end until you use it, and it lasts one month, so you don't ever have to use it and you give yourself some time to negotiate.

Now before you do this make sure you do your research and quote deals like this one as ammunition. "this website is offering me this and that, can you match that?"

"that's nice but what do you have for loyal customers like myself? "

Etc. You want to challenge their initial offers and bring up genuine deals from websites that you're thinking about taking up, like this one.

Don't accept the first offer. Ask to speak to someone who appreciates your loyalty if you don't like what you're hearing, and make sure you're talking to customer retentions and not sales, as only the former have the power to give you the good stuff!

Good luck!
Thanks Kyozaki, great info
Chef_uk

Thanks Kyozaki, great info


You're welcome. A buddy gave me the same advice and I've been using it to get good phone deals since.
Cold. Essentials plan.
DonkeyKonk

Same number of syllables.


Haha great comment. Also Three invented concept of all you can eat mobile data so they can call it what they freaking like.
What is more when I started with them they were considered a joke now they are the best network in that I go walking all over and very rarely lose signal.
Weirdly there are 2 blackspots close to where I live but only a few metres. Both in this small local supermarkets. Hmmm
plewis00

Yes. That's my concern as well. You need an Advanced plan, not an … Yes. That's my concern as well. You need an Advanced plan, not an Essential like this, which is why I haven't bitten yet. If you need tethering, return it if you still can - unless someone knows of a way of bypassing this restriction.


Not to sure how i return it ive signed up for direct debit so there properly take first payment too
claire19821601

Not to sure how i return it ive signed up for direct debit so there … Not to sure how i return it ive signed up for direct debit so there properly take first payment too



I think you have 14 days cooling off period. If not and if you must tether then have a look at FoxFi to get around this or maybe you can pay a little more and upgrade with the network to a better plan direct. The S7 Edge is a very good phone though, I liked mine til it broke but due to the QC issues, I would only ever buy one from new now.
Had this issue before and you can return in cooling period.
plewis00

I think you have 14 days cooling off period. If not and if you must … I think you have 14 days cooling off period. If not and if you must tether then have a look at FoxFi to get around this or maybe you can pay a little more and upgrade with the network to a better plan direct. The S7 Edge is a very good phone though, I liked mine til it broke but due to the QC issues, I would only ever buy one from new now.



How do they know you are tethering if your just using your data connection?

I'm with bt and use the mobile hotspot feature often on my s7 edge.
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