Galaxy S8 Vodafone contract 4GB data - Mobiles.co.uk £110 upfront, £23 a month
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Galaxy S8 Vodafone contract 4GB data - Mobiles.co.uk £110 upfront, £23 a month

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Edited by:"Badongkadong"Found 28th Nov
Seems like this has just dropped, all the 6GB contracts are gone for now (for that low price of ~27p/m) but this is the next best thing. Considering that if you're buying sim free in the UK, the S8 is still above £500 then the 4GB sim contract is only about £162 over two years which makes it £6.75 p/m.

This deal is £110 upfront, £23 a month for 24 months so it is £662 total.

Apologies to all, I have clarified the deal details now.

£110 upfront, £23 a month
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OP, you could really do with putting upfront cost and monthly charge somewhere

No idea what the deal is, can you add this

£110 upfront, £23 a month

Quidco on this too, makes it very competitive.

Cold not an iphone.

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Apologies, I have clarified the details. Is that better now?

Vodafone is really bad in my area with 4G. I was constantly missing calls. Only option was to stay on 3G bands.

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aaqeel11 m ago

Vodafone is really bad in my area with 4G. I was constantly missing calls. …Vodafone is really bad in my area with 4G. I was constantly missing calls. Only option was to stay on 3G bands.


I fear that too but the price must reflect that... EE haven't bothered at all to match over the weekend.

Badongkadong23 m ago

I fear that too but the price must reflect that... EE haven't bothered at …I fear that too but the price must reflect that... EE haven't bothered at all to match over the weekend.


I took O2 12GB offer. One of my friend travels quite a lot within UK and he is with O2 from more then 10 years. He has suggested me to go for O2 due to good signal reception.

EE is expensive due to the tag of wider coverage and fastest 4G speed.

Quick research suggests EE reception > Vodafone > O2 (with obvious specific and local differences).
Edited by: "adam.mt" 28th Nov

adam.mt8 m ago

Quick research suggests EE reception > Vodafone > O2 (with obvious …Quick research suggests EE reception > Vodafone > O2 (with obvious specific and local differences).


Depends as you say, on your location
in my case (Havering) Vodafone -> EE > O2 & 3 (both equally shite)

Use VC15OFF to bring upfront cost to £95

dunkz1b454013 h, 21 m ago

Use VC15OFF to bring upfront cost to £95


But then the £25 cashback at Quidco probably wouldn't track

hi. Has this deal changed as it is now asking for £165 upfront costs

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Bomerman52 m ago

hi. Has this deal changed as it is now asking for £165 upfront costs


Use the code stated on the webpage to take 40 quid off.

Save £40 with code: MSEGLXYS8
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