Samsung Galaxy S9 64GB on EE with 30GB data / Unltd Mins & Texts for £33pm w/ ZERO upfront cost + Apple Music + BT Sport + more @ Affordable Mobiles
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Samsung Galaxy S9 64GB on EE with 30GB data / Unltd Mins & Texts for £33pm w/ ZERO upfront cost + Apple Music + BT Sport + more @ Affordable Mobiles

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Refreshed 24th Jun 2018 (Posted 1st Jun 2018)
05/06 code working again!

Thought this was pretty good with Zero upfront cost - Decent amount of 4G data at 30GB plus unltd mins & texts,+ 6 months of free Apple Music + BT Sport free for 3 months + Use allowance in EU + Data speeds up to 60Mbps + Tethering + WiFi on London Underground + Data caps.

ZERO Upfront cost by using the code RAMS99 at checkout.

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Display: 5.8-inch Quad HD
Display Technology: Super AMOLED
Resolution: 1440 x 2960 pixels (570 ppi)
Chipset: Exynos 9810 Octa
CPU: Octa-core (4 x 2.8GHz Mongoose M3 & 4 x 1.7GHz Cortex-A55
Storage: 64GB
Card Slot (microSD): Up to 400GB
Dimensions: 147.7 x 68.7 x 8.5 mm
Weight: 163 g
Camera: 12MP
Secondary Camera: 8MP
Video Camera Quality: 2160p
Waterproof Rating: IP68
SIM Type: Nano
Wireless Connectivity: WiFi, Bluetooth (v5.0), NFC
Connectivity Port: USB Type-C
Fingerprint Reader: Positioned on rear of device
Iris Scanner: Yes
Battery Capacity: 3000 mAh
Network Bands: GSM / HSPA / LTE
LTE Cat: Cat 18 (1200/150 Mbps)


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rickinyorkshire4 m ago

£33 a month is still way too much for any phone. IMO


It's way more than I'll personally wish to pay too. But it's not just the phone though, is it? You're getting a 'flagship' device (I hate the term), plus airtime and data. I'd be interested to know where / how you can find a phone of this quality and the accompanying airtime and minutes for less. I'll lap it up if so.
Father-Jemima-Racktool1st Jun 2018

There’s something about people who buy Samsung galaxy phones that says: m …There’s something about people who buy Samsung galaxy phones that says: mug.


£33 a month for a current top end phone plus the rather excellent contract doesn't say mug, where's a better hardware & contract for less?

Why do people feel the need to be so nasty when someone posts a deal, if you feel that way go & find a better deal & post it then.
£33 a month is still way too much for any phone. IMO
Also £40 cashback through quidco!
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Good monthly price. Voted hot
Scorching hot deal
That is an amazing deal!! Especially on EE also!!
Blinding deal.
Wow
HOT HOT HOT!
Wow...i paid more for just the fone. Told the mrs she shud wait but no. Roastin hot
Great deal. This is what you a proper contract deal.
Essential rather than Max plan though. Still great deal though.
Also £40 cashback through quidco!
When I click on link it says , £75 upfront
bubbles196943 s ago

When I click on link it says , £75 upfront


Did you put in the code?
bubbles19693 m ago

When I click on link it says , £75 upfront


When you add the code, it deducts the £75.
The s9 or p20 pro thats on the same deal?
If you've got an ee contract that's come to an end can you transfer the old ee number onto this contract?
I'd like to know this as well ??
I had a little Issue when I took out a new second contract on BT. As it was internal I couldn’t use a PAC to move it over. They were helpful and basically closed my new contract and gave me an equivalent contract on my previous number/contract.
qball10112 m ago

If you've got an ee contract that's come to an end can you transfer the …If you've got an ee contract that's come to an end can you transfer the old ee number onto this contract?

I think its for new contracts only upgrades are a lot more
ImpulsiveTurtle6 m ago

I had a little Issue when I took out a new second contract on BT. As it …I had a little Issue when I took out a new second contract on BT. As it was internal I couldn’t use a PAC to move it over. They were helpful and basically closed my new contract and gave me an equivalent contract on my previous number/contract.


In the future, port over to a free PAYG sim as an intermediary
Edited by: "S23" 1st Jun 2018
£33 a month is still way too much for any phone. IMO
It says 10gb not 30gb?
Purrrrrr-chased.

Will sell the handset immediately and enjoy practically free 24months usage of the SIM.
ImpulsiveTurtle8 m ago

I had a little Issue when I took out a new second contract on BT. As it …I had a little Issue when I took out a new second contract on BT. As it was internal I couldn’t use a PAC to move it over. They were helpful and basically closed my new contract and gave me an equivalent contract on my previous number/contract.


Good to know, but how does that relate in any way to this deal?
rickinyorkshire4 m ago

£33 a month is still way too much for any phone. IMO


It's way more than I'll personally wish to pay too. But it's not just the phone though, is it? You're getting a 'flagship' device (I hate the term), plus airtime and data. I'd be interested to know where / how you can find a phone of this quality and the accompanying airtime and minutes for less. I'll lap it up if so.
Says £75 upfront when I click on the link
Which is better this or the P20??
cannibalwombat14 m ago

Good to know, but how does that relate in any way to this deal?


Transferring numbers onto the same network...
S2317 m ago

In the future, port over to a free PAYG sim as an intermediary


Good idea 🏻
Good price
collicottbeth7 m ago

Which is better this or the P20??


This
qball10138 m ago

If you've got an ee contract that's come to an end can you transfer the …If you've got an ee contract that's come to an end can you transfer the old ee number onto this contract?


You may well have to pac code it to another pay as you go sim and then pac it back onto the new sim that comes through. Although I’m not 100% sure on that.
Fantastic price for that.
rickinyorkshire41 m ago

£33 a month is still way too much for any phone. IMO


I'd have to agree, though I could comfortably afford it.

I prefer my £15 per month 3 deal - unlimited minutes and texts and 8GB per month is ample.

i just spend £150 or so on a Moto G 5 or similar as my personal phone.

Ive got a regularly upgraded iPhone on the work phone for all the bells and whistles.

That said, this does look like a good contract deal from years gone by. All you can eat minutes and data for 30ish per month. Not too shabby.
I reckon this is mistake, should be 10GB.
It says 'EE Essential Plan 10GB £33 (24mths)' in the description and when checking out.
But then states 30GB date in the details.
Have gone for it anyway as the best EE could offer on an upgrade was 10GB for £50+£33pm.
shatteredneon10 m ago

I reckon this is mistake, should be 10GB. It says 'EE Essential Plan 10GB …I reckon this is mistake, should be 10GB. It says 'EE Essential Plan 10GB £33 (24mths)' in the description and when checking out. But then states 30GB date in the details. Have gone for it anyway as the best EE could offer on an upgrade was 10GB for £50+£33pm.


Its an offer. 10gb is the usual amount but you get an extra 20gb for this offer.
Does anyone know if the phone is network locked? I'd like the SIM, the wife would like the phone on Three.

Thanks
Still says £75 upfront
Is the phone locked to ee
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