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Samsung galaxy S7 £23.49 per month 2GB of data along with 1000 minutes and unlimited texts £564 at Mobiles.co.uk
Samsung galaxy S7 £23.49 per month 2GB of data along with 1000 minutes and unlimited texts £564 at Mobiles.co.uk

Samsung galaxy S7 £23.49 per month 2GB of data along with 1000 minutes and unlimited texts £564 at Mobiles.co.uk

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I'm currently looking to buy a Samsung galaxy S7.

Just seen this deal with no upfront cost and £23.49 per month. Gives 2GB of data along with 1000 minutes and unlimited texts.

There is also £20 off if you go through Quidco which would bring the cost down to £22.65 per month if it tracks.

Let me know what you think. Comments and feedback appreciated

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marmaluke

Why would you want to buy a Galaxy S7 then be limited to 2GB?? Pointless



Because you want this phone and aren't a heavy user of data?

marmaluke

Why would you want to buy a Galaxy S7 then be limited to 2GB?? Pointless


Bexcuse people have wi fi at home and jobs so don't need to be fiddling with their phones half the day outside the home.

a_scotsman

Surprised these are still available, thought the UK Army would have … Surprised these are still available, thought the UK Army would have replaced some explosive stocks.



​ooooh, so close. feel bad for you my man.

Twas the Note that had aforementioned issues. No such issues here.

Why would you want to buy a Galaxy S7 then be limited to 2GB?? Pointless
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Original Poster

By the way 2GB of data is plenty for me but may not be enough for others depending on their usage.

is it better to buy sim free ad then use sim only?

tempted, would like the s7 edge for this price though...hopefully prices will drop further when the s8 is out!

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bloc

is it better to buy sim free ad then use sim only?



I thought of that option but to get a decent quality second hand S7 then you are looking at £400+ and then you have to factor in the sim only deal for 2 years

I wouldn't buy this as it's a too old for my liking but I'm one for new stuff. As far as the deal goes, it's a good one. I'm waiting for the s8 to arrive and cash in on the edge when the price drops considerably!

northerngeezer

I thought of that option but to get a decent quality second hand S7 then … I thought of that option but to get a decent quality second hand S7 then you are looking at £400+ and then you have to factor in the sim only deal for 2 years



​I.d mobile (as example).
£5/M for 5000 text, 250mins, 1.5gb data. (current special deal)

That's still £120 over the course of 2 years added ontop of a phone cost.

£7.50 for 2gb, 5000 text, 500mins
£155 ontop of phone cost.

Keep in mind these are 30 day rolling contracts (cancel any time).

Good deal - heat added.

I posted a cheaper deal to this for the S6 this time last year and it went to -100. Confused I am.

Heat added.

Anybody know a good sim-free price on a new s7 - really don't think they're going to drop in price as much people think - the s6 still retails for £449 at carphone warehouse!

It's a pretty good deal. Back on black Friday I got an s7 with 6Gb for 24/mo on Vodafone, for my wife. there were various versions of the deal around... I paid 70 upfront and got 50 back from quidco... if we hadn't cared about colour I could have paid slightly less upfront. The Vodafone plan had quite a cool roaming package thrown in too. But that was black Friday and this is now... the phone's older but it's not deal season.

I have not seen anything like a comparable deal to my voda 24/mo since I got the deal.

northerngeezer

I thought of that option but to get a decent quality second hand S7 then … I thought of that option but to get a decent quality second hand S7 then you are looking at £400+ and then you have to factor in the sim only deal for 2 years


hotukdeals.com/dea…166

Well I didn't wake up this morning thinking about getting a new phone! Oh well! Thanks OP

Why would you want to buy a Galaxy S7 then be limited to 2GB?? Pointless

Banned

Good deal, S7 is a solid Android phone

Anyone know how to get this as an upgrade,as my wife's is due and she fancies this ?

marmaluke

Why would you want to buy a Galaxy S7 then be limited to 2GB?? Pointless



Because you want this phone and aren't a heavy user of data?

marmaluke

Why would you want to buy a Galaxy S7 then be limited to 2GB?? Pointless



Short of streaming video you should be fine.

Samsung Galaxy S7 vs S7 Edge: What's the difference?
Apart from the screen size, overall handset size and difference in battery size the s7 and s7 edge is the same...the s6 and s6 edge had quite a bit of difference between the two from what I can remember...my current contract runs out in May so will see if there are good deals for either of the s7 iterations or I just stick with my note 4 and get a good sim only deal...
Edited by: "rimz790" 20th Mar

Surprised these are still available, thought the UK Army would have replaced some explosive stocks.

a_scotsman

Surprised these are still available, thought the UK Army would have … Surprised these are still available, thought the UK Army would have replaced some explosive stocks.



​ooooh, so close. feel bad for you my man.

Twas the Note that had aforementioned issues. No such issues here.

eddyw

I posted a cheaper deal to this for the S6 this time last year and it … I posted a cheaper deal to this for the S6 this time last year and it went to -100. Confused I am.Heat added.




Last year

A different phone.

Hmmmm..I wonder....

Not a bad deal but I cannot take the risk of fire. Never Samsung again.

please note..if you get this within a week EE will put up your bill to 25 quid. My missus got this deal and they hiked the price.

blue1971

Anyone know how to get this as an upgrade,as my wife's is due and she … Anyone know how to get this as an upgrade,as my wife's is due and she fancies this ?


phone up your operator ask then to price match or else you are leaving. They may do this, they may not. If they don't, tell them to stop the contact (30 days notice) take out this deal and port your phone number across with a pac code. This is done automatically if you ask for it. If the deal is with the same network then you can either stop current contract and take this deal but lose your mobile number or you can port to a payg sim on a different network and then back onto this deal with your old phone number.

ive just moved home and i cant get a contract phone , i wanted the S7 Edge but because i have not been in my new home for 3 years theres no chance , i dont get it because they take it by direct debit from my bank which in my case would be fine , does anyone have any tips

onlineo

phone up your operator ask then to price match or else you are leaving. … phone up your operator ask then to price match or else you are leaving. They may do this, they may not. If they don't, tell them to stop the contact (30 days notice) take out this deal and port your phone number across with a pac code. This is done automatically if you ask for it. If the deal is with the same network then you can either stop current contract and take this deal but lose your mobile number or you can port to a payg sim on a different network and then back onto this deal with your old phone number.


Many thanks for your reply.

ezman

Anybody know a good sim-free price on a new s7 - really don't think … Anybody know a good sim-free price on a new s7 - really don't think they're going to drop in price as much people think - the s6 still retails for £449 at carphone warehouse!



I've been looking around. For a UK handset, cheapest option seemed to be Flubit who offered a price of £405 vs £420 from an amazon seller. Several ebay sellers around the £420 which state they are brand new sealed UK phones with two year Samsung warranty. Still a bit unsure. Main retailers like John Lewis are still at the £500 mark.

I'm waiting a bit longer and will see if there are some further reductions after s8 come along, but agree, not expecting a major drop.

mrbojangles

I've been looking around. For a UK handset, cheapest option seemed to be … I've been looking around. For a UK handset, cheapest option seemed to be Flubit who offered a price of £405 vs £420 from an amazon seller. Several ebay sellers around the £420 which state they are brand new sealed UK phones with two year Samsung warranty. Still a bit unsure. Main retailers like John Lewis are still at the £500 mark.I'm waiting a bit longer and will see if there are some further reductions after s8 come along, but agree, not expecting a major drop.


Cheers. Ebuyer have them for £449 - actually tempted to buy from John Lewis tat £499 though for the extra peace of mind. Can't imagine ebuyer being too great an experience if things go wrong in year 2. Thing is the local samsung store is closed for refurbishment and can't help think they'll have some good deals when they reopen...

crap_I_dont_really_need

please note..if you get this within a week EE will put up your bill to 25 … please note..if you get this within a week EE will put up your bill to 25 quid. My missus got this deal and they hiked the price.



Really? What reason did they give? Surely she could have cancelled within 14 day cooling off period?

eddyw

I posted a cheaper deal to this for the S6 this time last year and it … I posted a cheaper deal to this for the S6 this time last year and it went to -100. Confused I am.Heat added.



​The s6 isn't an explosive phone unlike this.

It's a shame that Samsung got so much bad press for the battery on the note bit LG completely escaped the bootloop saga on the G4 as well as the V10.

It's good they are now finally being sued for it.
Edited by: "bloc" 20th Mar

see this post has a lot of heat.cold for me these contracts will be a lot cheaper if you wait until next month.im expecting the handset to drop 10-15% upon release of the s8.if people can hold i on i would.also im a samsung diehard had them right through the range.never had a single problem regular updates faultless in every department.

ihatebingo

see this post has a lot of heat.cold for me these contracts will be a lot … see this post has a lot of heat.cold for me these contracts will be a lot cheaper if you wait until next month.im expecting the handset to drop 10-15% upon release of the s8.if people can hold i on i would.also im a samsung diehard had them right through the range.never had a single problem regular updates faultless in every department.



I keep thinking that but the galaxy s6 is selling for even more than the s7 right now on mobiles.co.uk! Same deal but you have to pay £54.99 upfront!

i recently sold my s7 foolishly i sold my s6 to fund the cost of the s6 i can honestly say the s6 was better the battery especially

eddyw

I posted a cheaper deal to this for the S6 this time last year and it … I posted a cheaper deal to this for the S6 this time last year and it went to -100. Confused I am.Heat added.



Brexit

tranceazure

i recently sold my s7 foolishly i sold my s6 to fund the cost of the s6 i … i recently sold my s7 foolishly i sold my s6 to fund the cost of the s6 i can honestly say the s6 was better the battery especially



You sold your s6 to fund the cost of your s6?

tranceazure

i recently sold my s7 foolishly i sold my s6 to fund the cost of the s6 i … i recently sold my s7 foolishly i sold my s6 to fund the cost of the s6 i can honestly say the s6 was better the battery especially


would have to disagree im fortunate that i have a friend who has a phone shop so i can always get cheap handsets.sold my s7 edge about 3 months a go for 341 it was less that a year old and mint.on the same day i sold it i got offered the standard s7 for 250 new.im holding out for the s8 and as posted i think the s7 could drop 10-15% these posts are everywhere on hukd simple reason is the sellers want to get rid of there s7 and not get stuck with them on release of s8

kos1c

​The s6 isn't an explosive phone unlike this.


This isn't either. The NOTE 7 was the one that exploded not the S7 and Samsung have started a new safety check which I believe they used for some of the newer S7s, and now S8s. Even then, the percentage of faulty Note 7s were low but it was a hazard so they were recalled and production was ceased.
Edited by: "Alvie" 20th Mar

stacie265

Really? What reason did they give? Surely she could have cancelled within … Really? What reason did they give? Surely she could have cancelled within 14 day cooling off period?



They did that to me with my iPhone contract. Upped the calls from 5p to 10p which was an increase higher than inflation, which gave me automatic right to cancel (which I did). They were in breach of contract so had to cancel penalty free and I kept the handset. I only had the contract for 9 weeks. So that was quite handy.
Edited by: "aaronseuk" 20th Mar
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