Samsung Galaxy s7 £20.99 p/m 2GB data unlimited mins and texts no upfront cost with code EEMAZIN. £503.76 @ e2save
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Samsung Galaxy s7 £20.99 p/m 2GB data unlimited mins and texts no upfront cost with code EEMAZIN. £503.76 @ e2save

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Found 31st Mar 2017
Even better than deal posted yesterday - saves you £25 + possible cashback available, variety of colours to choose from.
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Scorchio
A big thank you to sheasiy wouldn't go amiss
This deal is epic but really want the s7 edge, purely on the way it feels in your hand!
When i change the colour to white it says £160 upfront?
louie-blue

When i change the colour to white it says £160 upfront?



I'm confused, wouldn't you know by looking at the screen?
mmm heat from me alough i wont be getting great price
S7 will drop to around £16p.m. by summer.
I need more data pleaseeeee
Will this be the Exynos 8890 chipset or the Snapdragon? iirc, the SD is only with the US release... which is better anyway?
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fishmaster

I'm confused, wouldn't you know by looking at the screen?



Now I'm confused too
slipd

Will this be the Exynos 8890 chipset or the Snapdragon? iirc, the SD is … Will this be the Exynos 8890 chipset or the Snapdragon? iirc, the SD is only with the US release... which is better anyway?



8890 to both questions.
on fire have some heat......
ihatebingo

mmm heat from me alough i wont be getting great price



Huh?
Even cheaper then their S6 deal. Excellent offer.
Reviews for this site are atrocious
Had various contracts through E2save, no problems here.
check the reviews on trust pilot
Wow! Reviews are really bad for this company, anyone have a good experience with them?
Anyone know if the phone will be unlocked? Tia.
Worth trying for the £35 from Quidco? Has anyone tried? (_;)
I've just ordered this about 9 tonight, already been processed to be delivered Monday, hopefully they will deliver. Looks like they are part of the car phone warehouse which could either be a good thing or bad thing depending on your view of them. Great deal can't see it getting any cheaper as they will just be clearing as much stock as possible before the s8.

Having just read the reviews on trust pilot as per the heads up on here, I have noticed 2 things, 1 is the mobiles.co.UK is part of the same company and also most if not all of the bad reviews are for failed cash back, upgrades and people failing credit checks. So should be fine as you don't take there upgrades at the end of the contract.

Edited by: "zairs" 1st Apr 2017
slipd

Worth trying for the £35 from Quidco? Has anyone tried? (_;)


Didn't try the cashback, its a great deal without it
zairs

Didn't try the cashback, its a great deal without it



Ha, you're only saying that because you didn't try

I might give it a go, the phones not for me though, someone else. I'll get them to order it via my Quidco account. It's worth a shot because, as you say, it's a great deal even without the cashback.
mcormack

S7 will drop to around £16p.m. by summer.



The S7 won't loose that much value.
s7 has serious strava flaw it doesnt autopause when you stop.no fix.sold mine for 350 bought a gflex 2 again for 120 as new probly catalogue return or sumat as no signs of wear.no strava flaw and better battery life one hour more screen time.
Is the battery life and show charging as bad as the Samsung galaxy a3 16 plz
zairs

I've just ordered this about 9 tonight, already been processed to be … I've just ordered this about 9 tonight, already been processed to be delivered Monday, hopefully they will deliver. Looks like they are part of the car phone warehouse which could either be a good thing or bad thing depending on your view of them. Great deal can't see it getting any cheaper as they will just be clearing as much stock as possible before the s8. Having just read the reviews on trust pilot as per the heads up on here, I have noticed 2 things, 1 is the mobiles.co.UK is part of the same company and also most if not all of the bad reviews are for failed cash back, upgrades and people failing credit checks. So should be fine as you don't take there upgrades at the end of the contract.



​Keep us updated
would have been tempted if it wasn't EE
Assume these are locked to EE?
Is there any EE software/customisation/branding, or is it just stock Samsung?

Edited by: "mrbojangles" 1st Apr 2017
Great but need o2
Is 03 numbers added to the allowance??
do i keep my existing number?? Tried phoning but it said it would be a 40 minute wait, currently have a rolling contract with EE and have to keep the same number.
also where do i put the eemazing code in??
Good deal if you don't mind to be at best the second person who has received the handset. In the past I have used e2save and mobiles.co.uk and never got a phone with the original sticker on the box intact. The excuse was always that they had to do a quality check, i.e. QA the manufacturer's QA! But it's a good way of acquiring a brand name phone for a lower cost. Heat added for this price.
@ petergriffinsleftTESTICLE! My missus is in same situation, EE said e2save cannot port numbers across, not sure if that is true ( may have been saying that just to keep her contract? )
is it worth upgrading from s6. have the sapphire black and much prefer the colour to the s7 black.
zairs

I've just ordered this about 9 tonight, already been processed to be … I've just ordered this about 9 tonight, already been processed to be delivered Monday, hopefully they will deliver. Looks like they are part of the car phone warehouse which could either be a good thing or bad thing depending on your view of them. Great deal can't see it getting any cheaper as they will just be clearing as much stock as possible before the s8. Having just read the reviews on trust pilot as per the heads up on here, I have noticed 2 things, 1 is the mobiles.co.UK is part of the same company and also most if not all of the bad reviews are for failed cash back, upgrades and people failing credit checks. So should be fine as you don't take there upgrades at the end of the contract.


Have had about a dozen cashback deals over the years, never failed to get their check. Phones4U had to submit by post, all others online. As soon as i got the phones I'd create a cashback file for each phone which i used to create a claims schedule and store screenshots from online submissions, just in case. One of the companies, it could have been mobiles.co.uk, even provided you with their own schedule for your claims, which made it even harder to fail with your claims!
hotdealsareus123

check the reviews on trust pilot



​trust pilot have poor reviews for John Lewis. I don't buy it.
Edited by: "vtec" 1st Apr 2017
shaky1910

would have been tempted if it wasn't EE



The reviews are horrendous of EE...does put me off
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