Samsung Galaxy S7 - EE 1000 mins, 2GB data, unlimited texts £40 upfront £23.49pm - £613.76 via mobile.co.uk/uswitch
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Samsung Galaxy S7 - EE 1000 mins, 2GB data, unlimited texts £40 upfront £23.49pm - £613.76 via mobile.co.uk/uswitch

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Found 15th Jan
Seems like a good deal for the S7. Use code "SAVEJAN" to get £10 off to make the upfront cost £40

15 Comments

Original Poster

There's also a £10 off code "SAVEJAN" to make it £40

wish people would comment why cold . . . it would help others understand. espicially if theres a better deal

Original Poster

BobIzYaUncle

wish people would comment why cold . . . it would help others understand. … wish people would comment why cold . . . it would help others understand. espicially if theres a better deal



​​​Yes that would be helpful but unfortunately people on here don't think like that.

Looks like a good deal to me..

Anything similar for the edge?

Already posted more than once.

No vote

BobIzYaUncle

wish people would comment why cold . . . it would help others understand. … wish people would comment why cold . . . it would help others understand. espicially if theres a better deal



​My guess is that it's only 2GB data which is a bit low for some people on here. Still heat from me as it's a top spec phone.

I'm not going to vote cold because it looks fair enough for a deal with EE but as a point of comparison I got my S7 using O2 Refresh for £338 (then cancelled the air time) and pay £7.50 a month with plusnet for the same minutes/texts/data as this on a month by month contract.

It was a bit more faff for a £98 saving which I was willing to do, and so this isn't a bad deal for the sake of not having to jump through hoops like I did.

this is a good deal. just over 600 pounds for handset and airtime.
rhe reason why I haven't bought it is because I'm with O2 and would wish to remain.
good deal anyway.
voted hot.

...and thanks for posting

BigYoSpeck

I'm not going to vote cold because it looks fair enough for a deal with … I'm not going to vote cold because it looks fair enough for a deal with EE but as a point of comparison I got my S7 using O2 Refresh for £338 (then cancelled the air time) and pay £7.50 a month with plusnet for the same minutes/texts/data as this on a month by month contract.It was a bit more faff for a £98 saving which I was willing to do, and so this isn't a bad deal for the sake of not having to jump through hoops like I did.



​does that 02 refresh cancellation work okay?... I've ofter thought about trying it but was a bit put off in case they say u can't cancel the air time??

mikeydalby

does that 02 refresh cancellation work okay?... I've ofter thought about … does that 02 refresh cancellation work okay?... I've ofter thought about trying it but was a bit put off in case they say u can't cancel the air time??



I've not had any problems with it yet. The call handler took my payment for the device and my airtime plan has been cancelled. Some call handlers in the retention team may say you can't cancel, but you can.

there is a code VC15OFF that works I believe for an extra £5 off

Another cold deal. Stop posting rubbish

Original Poster

DoctorDeals

Another cold deal. Stop posting rubbish



​Thanks for your valuable input
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