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Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus 128GB on EE Unlimited Minutes & Texts, 30GB of Data for £33pm, no upfront ( 24m / £792) @ Affordable Mobiles
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Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus 128GB on EE Unlimited Minutes & Texts, 30GB of Data for £33pm, no upfront ( 24m / £792) @ Affordable Mobiles

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Posted 6th Mar

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Decent offering for the plus model of this phone I thought. You'll need to use the code PLUS125 to remove the upfront cost, making this just £33 per month.

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Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus offers a smartphone masterclass. With super-powerful tech, amazing camera features and an innovative display, Galaxy S10 Plus is an incredible device.

• Ground-breaking 6.4-inch WQHD+ Infinity-O display
• Triple main camera with an ultra-wide lens
• Huge 4100 mAh battery for extended use


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  • Unlimited Minutes
  • Unlimited Texts
  • 24 Month EE Contract

Also includes;

3 Months of Free BT Sport

To say thanks for being with us, enjoy three months’ free BT Sport, on your EE pay monthly phone or connected tablet. Loads of the UK’s best sporting action, on the UK’s fastest 4G network.


Free Apple Music for 6 Months

Get 6 Months of Free Apple Music on us. It’s available to anyone starting a new contract on EE, with an iOS and Android phone. We’ll also cover the data you use to enjoy it, so you can stream and download music without using up your mobile data allowance.


Free MTV Play for 6 Months

Enjoy MTV's video streaming service FREE for 6 months and the data is on EE! Do not worry about using too much data, as long as you have some data on your account EE will not take it out of your data allowance! To Redeem Text ‘MTV’ to 150. You can watch on the MTV Play App on the device with the EE SIM that redeemed the offer inside.

Free Tethering

With personal hotspot you can use your existing data allowance to connect other devices to your phone and get them online for free. This is called tethering. It is great for other devices when there is no available WiFi.
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Nice one heat added
Where did you get the code? Any code to make the non-plus s10 cheaper? Thanks
I can't see where you enter the code. Any ideas?
Just seen it at bottom of the page
yulu9106/03/2020 10:10

Where did you get the code? Any code to make the non-plus s10 cheaper? …Where did you get the code? Any code to make the non-plus s10 cheaper? Thanks



Still working: hotukdeals.com/dea…086
If only this were the Note 10+. There are rarely any great deals on that one.......
I've got an S9 plus, is this worth an upgrade or am I better off going straight to s20 plus? Dont care much for 5g as I dont live in a city.
mailmikey06/03/2020 16:15

I've got an S9 plus, is this worth an upgrade or am I better off going …I've got an S9 plus, is this worth an upgrade or am I better off going straight to s20 plus? Dont care much for 5g as I dont live in a city.


I'm in the exact same boat as you, I dont want to pay over the top for the s20, and I can get the s10 for the same price I'm currently paying for my s9,
mailmikey06/03/2020 16:15

I've got an S9 plus, is this worth an upgrade or am I better off going …I've got an S9 plus, is this worth an upgrade or am I better off going straight to s20 plus? Dont care much for 5g as I dont live in a city.


Both good phones. Do you need the new features and will you keep it for 2 years? If I was buying now I’d probably get an S10 because I do actually use the headphone socket, and it’s a decent step over the S9.
plewis0006/03/2020 20:51

Both good phones. Do you need the new features and will you keep it for 2 …Both good phones. Do you need the new features and will you keep it for 2 years? If I was buying now I’d probably get an S10 because I do actually use the headphone socket, and it’s a decent step over the S9.


Bought it in the end. Phone effectively worked out £432 if I deduct the £15pm I'm curently paying sim only with BT Mobile.

£15 x 24mths = £360 - £792 = £432 net cost of new phone over the 2 years. You cant get the s10+ right now reconditioned, let alone new for that price?
That is a good deal. I'm tempted.
Ordered. Been waiting for a decent deal on the S10+.

£40 Quidco too.
Ordered! What a deal! With my current £12.49 a month x24= £299.76 - £792 + £42 top cash back = £450.24 net cost of new phone! HOT HOT HOT
I decided to go for it. I can't see many better deals out there and I can't justify the cost on an S20. Thanks OP.
If anyone has a 50 % discount code through the meme bets phone app it would be much appreciated if you could message me in private please with the code ?? I

don’t have an android phone so can’t get the members app

I can swap for a veryMe reward over the next 14 days or pay something for it.

Need to order a charger.

Thanks
Rob
Is there a similar code that would work on o2 or vodafone contracts?
Is this a legitimate website? never used it before.
Ordered yesterday, arrived today. Quidco hasnt tracked. Havent opened it because the box has a security label that says this is a European model which was acquired in the European market and opened by "Modifiers Ltd" to install the English firmware variant, and that Samsung have been informed. I can't find any information as to why this is or if this is normal for the S10+? Do I have full UK warranty if it's a European import?
Just ordered. Thanks
rofldinho09/03/2020 11:45

Ordered yesterday, arrived today. Quidco hasnt tracked. Havent opened it …Ordered yesterday, arrived today. Quidco hasnt tracked. Havent opened it because the box has a security label that says this is a European model which was acquired in the European market and opened by "Modifiers Ltd" to install the English firmware variant, and that Samsung have been informed. I can't find any information as to why this is or if this is normal for the S10+? Do I have full UK warranty if it's a European import?


Did you contact them regarding this? Just received an S10 with the Same sticker attached, no mention on their website of using EU sourced devices, so not sure if someone along the chain is replacing UK models with these EU imports.

Not yet broken the seal as thinking of sending back, Smasungs info regarding this is a little grey.
margamboy14/03/2020 11:13

Did you contact them regarding this? Just received an S10 with the Same …Did you contact them regarding this? Just received an S10 with the Same sticker attached, no mention on their website of using EU sourced devices, so not sure if someone along the chain is replacing UK models with these EU imports.Not yet broken the seal as thinking of sending back, Smasungs info regarding this is a little grey.


Any updates on this @margamboy@rofldinho ?
DevilsNeverCry18/03/2020 10:48

Any updates on this @margamboy @rofldinho ?


Posted a response earlier but deleted it by accident when I meant to edit!
I didn't contact them, no. Ended up returning because the connection speed on 4G was 10-20% slower compared to on my S8 on the exact same network (EE) despite multiple tests, couldn't find any reason (checked API settings etc) so didn't want to be lumbered with it for 2 years in case the S10 has an inherently weaker connection for whatever reason. Couldn't find any info on model differences, to be honest I'm not even sure there is a UK model variant of the S10+, logically there should be but no info on the web about it. I am a little sad about it however, phone was really nice with the little that I used it, also its dual sim (the SD card doubles as a second sim card slot).
Edited by: "rofldinho" 18th Mar
rofldinho18/03/2020 15:18

Posted a response earlier but deleted it by accident when I meant to edit! …Posted a response earlier but deleted it by accident when I meant to edit! I didn't contact them, no. Ended up returning because the connection speed on 4G was 10-20% slower compared to on my S8 on the exact same network (EE) despite multiple tests, couldn't find any reason (checked API settings etc) so didn't want to be lumbered with it for 2 years in case the S10 has an inherently weaker connection for whatever reason. Couldn't find any info on model differences, to be honest I'm not even sure there is a UK model variant of the S10+, logically there should be but no info on the web about it. I am a little sad about it however, phone was really nice with the little that I used it, also its dual sim (the SD card doubles as a second sim card slot).


Cool, appreciate it.

I'm a little wary because of the 'gray import' aspect, especially given this deal is really good for an S10+ and the tarriff is decent enough.

May just take the plunge!
DevilsNeverCry19/03/2020 12:04

Cool, appreciate it.I'm a little wary because of the 'gray import' aspect, …Cool, appreciate it.I'm a little wary because of the 'gray import' aspect, especially given this deal is really good for an S10+ and the tarriff is decent enough. May just take the plunge!


Did you order?
the_sky_is_red22/03/2020 18:40

Did you order?


I did! Ordered Friday afternoon, phone arrived Saturday before lunch. Ordered the black handset for what it's worth.

Seems to be UK direct stock, no indication of it being an EU issued model that had the plug replacement, or the issuing of firmware by a third party, as experienced by other members here.

Only issue I'm having is with the PAC, because when I ordered I provided Affordable Mobiles the details. I am assuming it will be handled automatically from Monday now that my SIM/account is live - but if you do go for it I recommend sorting the PAC with the network yourself once all in hand.
DevilsNeverCry22/03/2020 19:04

I did! Ordered Friday afternoon, phone arrived Saturday before lunch. …I did! Ordered Friday afternoon, phone arrived Saturday before lunch. Ordered the black handset for what it's worth.Seems to be UK direct stock, no indication of it being an EU issued model that had the plug replacement, or the issuing of firmware by a third party, as experienced by other members here.Only issue I'm having is with the PAC, because when I ordered I provided Affordable Mobiles the details. I am assuming it will be handled automatically from Monday now that my SIM/account is live - but if you do go for it I recommend sorting the PAC with the network yourself once all in hand.


Thanks for the update. I was thinking between the s10 plus and P30 pro, but was slightly leaning towards the samsung. The only worry was the eu model. Im on EE so will have to transfer to another network provider and then transfer back to EE so i will be sorting out the PAC.
the_sky_is_red22/03/2020 20:30

Thanks for the update. I was thinking between the s10 plus and P30 pro, …Thanks for the update. I was thinking between the s10 plus and P30 pro, but was slightly leaning towards the samsung. The only worry was the eu model. Im on EE so will have to transfer to another network provider and then transfer back to EE so i will be sorting out the PAC.


Same, I'm guessing they have a mix of stock both EU and the standard UK issue.

Good luck!
I'm getting upfront cost reduced to £47.99.
Did others get zero upfront with the code?
Ernie_Sheppard28/03/2020 19:50

I'm getting upfront cost reduced to £47.99.Did others get zero upfront …I'm getting upfront cost reduced to £47.99.Did others get zero upfront with the code?

Earlier it did because the changed the upfront price to £172.99 from £125 loverly isn't it? That alsways seem to happen with Samsung deals if it is their old flagship..
Ernie_Sheppard28/03/2020 19:50

I'm getting upfront cost reduced to £47.99.Did others get zero upfront …I'm getting upfront cost reduced to £47.99.Did others get zero upfront with the code?

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