Samsung Galaxy S7 (Onyx Black) - £25.99 per month x 24 month contract = £623.76 @ Affordable Mobiles
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Samsung Galaxy S7 (Onyx Black) - £25.99 per month x 24 month contract = £623.76 @ Affordable Mobiles

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Found 26th Apr 2017
£25 per month Essential 8GB + AYCE Min (24mths)

All-you-can-eat cross-network mins + All-you-can-eat texts + 8GB Mobile Internet Browsing + Wi-Fi on London Underground

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I suspect this deal costs more than £25.99...
£25 x 24 months + £39.99 = £639.99
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£39.99

Looks great. Also, if you go to the S7 Edge it's only £28pm with no upfront cost
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This is the same exact deal as posted before, in terms of totals cost, but you get 8gb data every month instead of 4. How in the world is this cold but that deal hot?
Shame cheapest deals are on the 3 network which is no good for where I live.
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This is the same exact deal as posted before, in terms of totals cost, … This is the same exact deal as posted before, in terms of totals cost, but you get 8gb data every month instead of 4. How in the world is this cold but that deal hot?



​Most s7 deals go cold on here even when they're good deals.
Sold my S8 to Cex for £585 yesterday.

I would stay away from the Midnight Black one that I had - it's basically like the Jet Black iPhone all round, so constantly looks greasy and smudgy and is almost certainly going to show up scratches and scuffs more than the Orchid Grey model.

Phone is nice but not for me - I couldn't get on with the home button under the screen (I don't use always-on displays so I just found it weirdly awkward to do anything with when I picked the phone up...hard to explain) and found the phone generally a bit less easy to just pick up and use compared to even the S7 Edge. The fingerprint scanner was awkward to use - as predicted before I bought it (!) but I also found it to be wildly inaccurate even when I did use it. The iris scanner works better than I thought but is useless in bright light. I found the phone quite a pain to use with Android Pay as I could never get the fingerprint scanner to work in a rush, and obviously using an iris scanner at a checkout is a bit embarrassing!

I think big Sammy fans will get used to it and love it - it's a very desirable object and is nicely built. Things like Bluetooth 5 are fun to play with if you have multiple Bluetooth speakers around the house, and the screen is great. I think I'm just old fashioned and prefer a simpler setup.

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