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Samsung Note 10 Plus 5G 256 GB + 100GB + Unlim min + Unlim TXT - Term £1015.99 @ BuyMobiles
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Samsung Note 10 Plus 5G 256 GB + 100GB + Unlim min + Unlim TXT - Term £1015.99 @ BuyMobiles

£1,015.99£1,0998% Free P&P FreeBuyMobiles Deals
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Posted 11th May
So 5g version cheaper than standard
Samsung Note 10 plus 5g 256GB full market price £1,099

This deal (INCLUDING contract cost) adds to £1,016 so it works out £83 cheaper than phone itself and you have free 0% APR instalments plus 100GB of data p/m, unlimited minutes and unlimited SMS.

£39 p/m with 79.99 upfront cost - cash back offers may be available as well.
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I think it's cold because its 3
£30 Quidco or £31.50 TCB if anyone is interested...
Had three for 5 years - no issues; switched to EE no issues but 20% more expensive - why to pay more if I see no difference?
In the end it is great phone and knowing Buymobiles probably unlocked - so if somebody don't like three just put sim in bin and enjoy free credit on your new mobile. still cheaper than mobile from high street retailers.
cr7hg11/05/2020 16:52

I think it's cold because its 3


I think everyone who wanted one has got one... and those that want one are waiting on the Note20 in a few months!

Personally I've had no issues with 3 over the years (apart from a struggle to get a PAC a few years ago)
Daddy_Bear211/05/2020 16:58

I think everyone who wanted one has got one... and those that want one are …I think everyone who wanted one has got one... and those that want one are waiting on the Note20 in a few months!Personally I've had no issues with 3 over the years (apart from a struggle to get a PAC a few years ago)


totally understand I was thinking the same to wait or not - Note 20 (if not delayed by COVID19) will be released around September 20 so still not very soon. On the release it will be at premium price therefore I will expect price point similar or higher than Samsung S20 Ultra 5G - currently tariffs for this one (with some reasonable data allowances) are around £60-£70 p/m.

So in conclusion IMHO this is very good time to look at late 2019 models as they are in the middle of refresh cycle and prices normalised a bit - for me the deal where essentially I pay for phone and have contract free is a good deal - not for everybody but if you just at the end of your contract and want new phone then why the hell not
Has anyone actually been able to get this? I ordered this deal 2 weeks ago and have yet to have my order processed.
I am still waiting as well. Got email from them saying there they have some system issues. My expected delivery date is still unchanged mid next week.
aja_x17/05/2020 14:34

I am still waiting as well. Got email from them saying there they have …I am still waiting as well. Got email from them saying there they have some system issues. My expected delivery date is still unchanged mid next week.


I ordered it on 5th May. Had a delivery date of 7th May. Yet to receive an update. Buymobiles keep saying there's an issue on Threes systems that won't let them do a credit check for this device. But I have a friend that said they told him it was fixed on Sunday and were working through the backlog, but when I called on Monday, they told me the issue wasn't fixed and they can't say when it will be.
Edited by: "pandylyons" 20th May
Bummer I was looking forward to play with my new phone. I got a case and sd card it's like birthday party but guest of honour did not arrive.
Ye I also ordered accessories with no phone to put them in. Currently looking for other deals but nothing seems to come close to this one.
I know - I am on this same page. Keep me in loop if you find anything
Closest deal I have found for the 5g version is with O2 for £43 a month with £129.99 upfront.

Best deal for the 4g version is with EE for £40 a month and £99 upfront.

I don't really want to go to O2. Don't mind EE but would prefer the 5G version.

I may just go with the 4G version on EE so I can get it tomorrow.
Edited by: "pandylyons" 20th May
Nah I will wait and see. The deal is good and I don't want to pay more or settle to something less just because I was inpatient.
pandylyons20/05/2020 13:45

Closest deal I have found for the 5g version is with O2 for £43 a month …Closest deal I have found for the 5g version is with O2 for £43 a month with £129.99 upfront.Best deal for the 4g version is with EE for £40 a month and £99 upfront.I don't really want to go to O2. Don't mind EE but would prefer the 5G version.I may just go with the 4G version on EE so I can get it tomorrow.


check this one:

fonehouse.co.uk/bas…ize
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