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Samsung Galaxy S10 128gb - O2 10GB Data, unlimited calls/texts for £31/month (x24) and £115 up front (with code)  @ Mobile.co.uk
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Samsung Galaxy S10 128gb - O2 10GB Data, unlimited calls/texts for £31/month (x24) and £115 up front (with code) @ Mobile.co.uk

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Posted 6th Jun
Seems a good price for this phone with a decent amount of data and not too much upfront.

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If I wasn’t tied into the Apple eco system with 4 other devices I wouldn’t mind trying one of these.
The prism green version is only £10 more :))) good catch. Worth mentioning Mobiles UK normally has great deals on black friday if you can last that long
Ghillie06/06/2019 23:12

The prism green version is only £10 more :))) good catch. Worth mentioning …The prism green version is only £10 more :))) good catch. Worth mentioning Mobiles UK normally has great deals on black friday if you can last that long


The voucher code works for the green one too taking it to the same price.
aminibrar07/06/2019 09:34

The voucher code works for the green one too taking it to the same price.


Ah gotcha, cheers
Those of you on EE wanting to upgrade with them rather than go to O2. I ordered an S10 today 30GB £35.10 a month £10 phone cost this morning (over the phone). I make that £872.40 off the top of my head. That includes loyalty discount but nothing else.
TomScrut07/06/2019 14:01

Those of you on EE wanting to upgrade with them rather than go to O2. I …Those of you on EE wanting to upgrade with them rather than go to O2. I ordered an S10 today 30GB £35.10 a month £10 phone cost this morning (over the phone). I make that £872.40 off the top of my head. That includes loyalty discount but nothing else.


Out of interest, how much was the loyalty discount?
aminibrar07/06/2019 14:19

Out of interest, how much was the loyalty discount?


10 percent on the plan, and I think quite a bit came off the phone cost. But I don't think it's anything any other existing customer wouldn't get. I was willing to pay the extra Vs this deal to stay with EE (better signal here) and save faffing with PAC codes
TomScrut07/06/2019 14:22

10 percent on the plan, and I think quite a bit came off the phone cost. …10 percent on the plan, and I think quite a bit came off the phone cost. But I don't think it's anything any other existing customer wouldn't get. I was willing to pay the extra Vs this deal to stay with EE (better signal here) and save faffing with PAC codes


Don't blame you that was a good deal.
TomScrut07/06/2019 14:01

Those of you on EE wanting to upgrade with them rather than go to O2. I …Those of you on EE wanting to upgrade with them rather than go to O2. I ordered an S10 today 30GB £35.10 a month £10 phone cost this morning (over the phone). I make that £872.40 off the top of my head. That includes loyalty discount but nothing else.


My contract runs out in July, but I can upgrade now and they said £50/month for an s10 to me! Did you cancel and wait for the callback?
orwinian08/06/2019 08:56

My contract runs out in July, but I can upgrade now and they said …My contract runs out in July, but I can upgrade now and they said £50/month for an s10 to me! Did you cancel and wait for the callback?


I was going to cancel. It was basically good enough deal or cancellation.

The initial conversation was about S10+, they got near the best price other than equivalent deal to this on that. I decided it wasn't good enough so was going to cancel but then had a rethink about the S10 and asked for best price on that. I didn't use any deals online for the S10 they came back with a good price straight away.

It's an essentials plan rather than smart plan (which they wanted loads more money from me for)
I have found out now (because they messed the order up first time) what the discounts are.

So I got 10% off the Essentials 30GB £39 to make £35.10. Then I got a discount of £340 on the handset making it £10. So £852.40 is the cost for me, headline cost would be £1286.
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