Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge £32PM (Term = £768) @ MobilePhones Direct
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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge £32PM (Term = £768) @ MobilePhones Direct

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Found 28th Mar 2017
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Be wary of the Edge as due to the curved screen it costs a LOT to get it replaced if it is damaged.
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guilbert53

Be wary of the Edge as due to the curved screen it costs a LOT to get it … Be wary of the Edge as due to the curved screen it costs a LOT to get it replaced if it is damaged.



Iv placed the order and that is exactly what I am worried about, Any suggestions on cases?

Cheers
hat187

Iv placed the order and that is exactly what I am worried about, Any … Iv placed the order and that is exactly what I am worried about, Any suggestions on cases?Cheers


One with square edges...(_;)
Just got an Otterbox Defender and very happy with it.
Phone insurance?
hat187

Iv placed the order and that is exactly what I am worried about, Any … Iv placed the order and that is exactly what I am worried about, Any suggestions on cases?Cheers



Get some phone insurance or a bank account that includes it as a reward. Then get a thin screen protector and if you're really paranoid, a thin case to prevent scratches to the phone itself.

Honestly it blows my mind that people will spend the equivalent of hundreds of pounds on a top of the range device only to stick it in an absolutely hideous case.

If you want to carry something akin to a breeze block around, I agree you should get one of those Otterbox things.
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djbenny1

Get some phone insurance or a bank account that includes it as a reward. … Get some phone insurance or a bank account that includes it as a reward. Then get a thin screen protector and if you're really paranoid, a thin case to prevent scratches to the phone itself.Honestly it blows my mind that people will spend the equivalent of hundreds of pounds on a top of the range device only to stick it in an absolutely hideous case. If you want to carry something akin to a breeze block around, I agree you should get one of those Otterbox things.



​lol I understand what you saying but due to contract being 2 years, I want to look after it for least a year then I'll take out the case. that way even if I drop it after 1.5 years I know I'll be getting a new one soon.
Cheaper elsewhere unless you really need a ridiculous amount of data.
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Smartguy1

Cheaper elsewhere unless you really need a ridiculous amount of data.



I travel lots and need data for my trading stocks n shares. I use around 20GB a month so this works just right for me.

Anyone can give me feedback on Vodafone 4G speed? Anygood? Im with EE and i love the speed, but they not willing to match the price and for me to have same price plan, ill have to pay £150 for the phone where this is free.

hat187

I travel lots and need data for my trading stocks n shares. I use around … I travel lots and need data for my trading stocks n shares. I use around 20GB a month so this works just right for me. Anyone can give me feedback on Vodafone 4G speed? Anygood? Im with EE and i love the speed, but they not willing to match the price and for me to have same price plan, ill have to pay £150 for the phone where this is free.



I think you are the first person ever to say they need a lot of data. Personally I wouldn't have anything with Vodafone and would happily pay extra to be with another network. I have been with 02 and for the last 7 years on EE with T Mobile, Orange and now Virgin. I only had one experience with Vodafone and there will not be a second no matter how cheap their phones are.
Edited by: "Smartguy1" 29th Mar 2017
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