Samsung offering 0% intrest credit if you pay via paypal credit. e.g S7 edge for £26.63 in 24 installments Total £639 @ Samsung
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Samsung offering 0% intrest credit if you pay via paypal credit. e.g S7 edge for £26.63 in 24 installments Total £639 @ Samsung

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Found 18th Jul 2016
Samsung is offering 0% interest credit for purchase on their store via paypal credit. So this means you can pick up the S7 edge for 26.63 in 24 installments.
Considering some people can not pay in full I think this is a good deal.
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I want to buy the Note 7 when it comes to out. Hope this available when it comes out. But S7 is old already. To buy S7 at full retail price without discount is not good value.
sam_of_london

I want to buy the Note 7 when it comes to out. Hope this available when … I want to buy the Note 7 when it comes to out. Hope this available when it comes out. But S7 is old already. To buy S7 at full retail price without discount is not good value.



Agreed. Looking forward to Note 7 release on 2nd Aug.
I used this offer as soon as the phone came out for the s7 edge (was a good deal at the time, not so sure now the phone is a few months old, could be cheaper at other retailers)... I also took the refresh deal where if you send the s7 edge back to them after 12 months they'll replace it with the latest model (guessing that'll be an s8 edge next year)
old offer posted a few times
But not everyone saw it first time around, and this helps. Thanks
So RRP??
RRP yes but this allows you to get a SIMO contract and not pay a network the APR they apply to device contracts for 0% interest
Or pay an extra £9 odd each month for a contract deal with EE (4gb data and unlimited mins/text).

Might work out slightly cheaper than this plus separate SIMO deal.
MacGyverUS

Agreed. Looking forward to Note 7 release on 2nd Aug.



​what happened note 6?
MacGyverUS

Agreed. Looking forward to Note 7 release on 2nd Aug.


How much do you think it'll be?
sjm198333

​what happened note 6?



Samsung skipped it - tomsguide.com/us/…tml
gsj87

How much do you think it'll be?



Some said it will costs more than £700 but hopefully it will be less than this figure. What do you reckon?
I have been looking at the Samsung s7 (not edge).

- Price on Samsung is £549, or 24 payments of £22.86.
- Cheapest SIMO deal I can find with 2gb+ is £7.50 (id mobile or talk mobile).
- So monthly price is £30.36, or over 24 months £729.

There is a deal posted on here from buymobiles were you get the phone free with a code for £30.99 (total £743.76) but get 4gb of data.

Not factored any cash back in the above. Advantage with going SIMO is that all colours are the same price and of course you can sell the phone after 12 months. But there doesn't seem to be a great deal of difference in the total price. I've never done the buy phone + SIMO route before, am I missing something?
still sounds a good deal with no network contract tied in.
I am looking at the S7 edge and my options just now.

So for this deal, you can get £30 cashback and 2% from TopCashBack at Samsung - so about £597 for the phone ~ £24.90 per month for the phone PLUS SIMO of between £7 - £10 / month for 2GB data. We live in countryside and best reception is EE, soI would go for the Virgin SIMO - so about £35 per month

I noticed yesterday that mobile phones direct were selling SIM free S7 edge for £539 = £22.45 / month plus the £10 SIM. But you have to have the £539 cash

Did see a Vodafone deal at £32/month + £50 up fron for 1GB but Vf 3G non existant here

Want the S7 edge , but this is my conclusions to date and wondering whether I should wait or not. EE retentions were absolutely SH1T and seems upgrade deals are more expensive than new deals, but I realistically only need 1GB data

Any suggestions
Is the £30 cash back the voucher code for spend over £500? I read the terms for that and it said not available with any finance deal, but still worth a try.
DaveD888

Is the £30 cash back the voucher code for spend over £500? I read the t … Is the £30 cash back the voucher code for spend over £500? I read the terms for that and it said not available with any finance deal, but still worth a try.



I never read the T&Cs on the £30. But unless you want the pinky one, I will probably go to Mobile Phones Direct
Tormod

I am looking at the S7 edge and my options just now. So for this deal, … I am looking at the S7 edge and my options just now. So for this deal, you can get £30 cashback and 2% from TopCashBack at Samsung - so about £597 for the phone ~ £24.90 per month for the phone PLUS SIMO of between £7 - £10 / month for 2GB data. We live in countryside and best reception is EE, soI would go for the Virgin SIMO - so about £35 per monthI noticed yesterday that mobile phones direct were selling SIM free S7 edge for £539 = £22.45 / month plus the £10 SIM. But you have to have the £539 cashDid see a Vodafone deal at £32/month + £50 up fron for 1GB but Vf 3G non existant hereWant the S7 edge , but this is my conclusions to date and wondering whether I should wait or not. EE retentions were absolutely SH1T and seems upgrade deals are more expensive than new deals, but I realistically only need 1GB dataAny suggestions


There's this on EE via Affordable Mobiles:

Unlimited minutes and text
5gb data
£33.49 / month
£58.99 upfront

uswitch.com/mob…c96?comparison=bj1lZSZkPTEwMDAmdT0xMDAmbW89NDAmcz1tb250aGx5LWNvc3QmcD0vbW9iaWxlcy9kZWFscy9zYW1zdW5nX2dhbGF4eV9zN18zMmdiX2JsYWNrLyZwbz0z

£40 from Quidco/TCB too.
weirdo

There's this on EE via Affordable Mobiles:Unlimited minutes and text5gb … There's this on EE via Affordable Mobiles:Unlimited minutes and text5gb data£33.49 / month£58.99 upfronthttps://www.uswitch.com/mobiles/contract_deal/6bf920bdd97f50314818566faf491606e782bc96?comparison=bj1lZSZkPTEwMDAmdT0xMDAmbW89NDAmcz1tb250aGx5LWNvc3QmcD0vbW9iaWxlcy9kZWFscy9zYW1zdW5nX2dhbGF4eV9zN18zMmdiX2JsYWNrLyZwbz0z£40 from Quidco/TCB too.



Thanks for that. Unfortunately it is a new EE contract and I couldn't keep my number. Seems to me that EE don't care about loyalty and all the deals are for new customers. Cheers
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