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EE Reduced Samsung Galaxy s10 tariffs by £5 per month and offering select accounts extra 20% off tariff price and 50% off upgrade fees.
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EE Reduced Samsung Galaxy s10 tariffs by £5 per month and offering select accounts extra 20% off tariff price and 50% off upgrade fees.

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Posted 10th Jul
This is more for discussion and maybe help someone than posting one specific deal:

The price of EE's galaxy s10 tariff has reduced today from £45pm to £40pm for 1gb, yes this is expensive compared with other third party sellers, however when visiting the ee site a pop up in the bottom left corner is also stating:

"Upgrade to a new handset now and get 20% off your new monthly plan charge And if you have an upgrade fee, we will take 50% off. Simply quote offer EE VIP. T&Cs apply."

So this would make a red ee s10 on a basic 1gb tariff £32pm x24 with £100 up front = £868 minus any quidco/tcb.

They also offer good as new handsets which start a further £5 cheaper again meaning you might be able to get one starting as low as £28 for 1gb (they don't have any red of these yet)

The T&C's mention receiving an SMS, has anyone had this through yet and does it have an expiry date ?

Example for 1gb and prices for other tariffs without 20%:

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Still too expensive!!
Still crazy compared with other recent deals.
A 1gb tariff is worth £120 at most nowadays- so yes, expensive.
Edited by: "Rich069" 10th Jul
You must be crazy to take a 1gb contract these days
Three recently did 100gb for about £32.50 a month (when taking into consideration £65 cash back from top cashback) .
Edited by: "stuartwilson754365" 10th Jul
I don't know why anyone would take an upgrade direct from EE. They're worse than extortionate.
All providers are crap at retention offers for the last few years... better off looking at other deals posted
the__cat10/07/2019 20:48

I don't know why anyone would take an upgrade direct from EE. They're …I don't know why anyone would take an upgrade direct from EE. They're worse than extortionate.


Exactly.

i had to go to MobilePhonesDirect last time - even after giving EE multiple chances to look after a loyal customer. Had to migrate my number to gifgaf for a few weeks or so and then migrate back to the new MPD EE contract but it was worth it. I saved about a tenner a month over going direct with EE.

in fact just checked my EE app and I’m eligible to upgrade now. They’re offering me 10GB data, unlimited texts and calls plus a 64GB Samsung S9 for £50/month plus £30 handset cost. Bargain of last century! Where do I sign ....saying “EE can stick their upgrades where the sun don’t shine”?
Edited by: "DAZZ2000" 10th Jul
I was offered £33 pm £10 up front for 30gb and new red s10. Pretty solid retention deal compared with your s9 offer, give um a call.
DAZZ200010/07/2019 21:39

Exactly.i had to go to MobilePhonesDirect last time - even after giving EE …Exactly.i had to go to MobilePhonesDirect last time - even after giving EE multiple chances to look after a loyal customer. Had to migrate my number to gifgaf for a few weeks or so and then migrate back to the new MPD EE contract but it was worth it. I saved about a tenner a month over going direct with EE.in fact just checked my EE app and I’m eligible to upgrade now. They’re offering me 10GB data, unlimited texts and calls plus a 64GB Samsung S9 for £50/month plus £30 handset cost. Bargain of last century! Where do I sign ....saying “EE can stick their upgrades where the sun don’t shine”?


I was offered £33 pm £10 up front for 30gb and new red s10. Pretty solid retention deal compared with your s9 offer, give um a call.
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