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Samsung S10 Plus 1TB Ceramic £1,099 at Samsung Store
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Samsung S10 Plus 1TB Ceramic £1,099 at Samsung Store

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Posted 11th Jul
Ceramic Black or White S10 Plus 1TB edition reduced by £300 at Samsung.com I know this isn't massive saving but if you can get Cashback at Quidco at 5% and if you have a old handset to trade in and maybe get £100 off you could have the handset for around £950.
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is this price for the Samsung store or for 1 phone?
Edited by: "a6unx" 11th Jul
Good price, but only when you consider that the recently available 1TB micro sd is still £400
LadyEleanor11/07/2019 07:28

Good price, but only when you consider that the recently available 1TB …Good price, but only when you consider that the recently available 1TB micro sd is still £400


I agree but I'm sure the majority in here won't like I stated in original post if you can get Cashback and trade in a handset you've got a very very good handset with 1tb onboard storage and 12gb ram.
I paid 1400 quid when it was first released brilliant phone brilliant deal heat from me
Good price for the 1tb phone I think. I only pay £1056 over the 2 years for my S10+ with my monthly allowance but it's only the 128gb one. But had a 512gb SD card so just used that. Heat for the 1tb handset though
stevenprior111/07/2019 08:50

Good price for the 1tb phone I think. I only pay £1056 over the 2 years …Good price for the 1tb phone I think. I only pay £1056 over the 2 years for my S10+ with my monthly allowance but it's only the 128gb one. But had a 512gb SD card so just used that. Heat for the 1tb handset though


Using a micro sd card is fine but bare in mind doing that will take away the option of a dual sim which was important to me that's why I went for the 1tb.
Rico00711/07/2019 08:47

I paid 1400 quid when it was first released brilliant phone brilliant deal …I paid 1400 quid when it was first released brilliant phone brilliant deal heat from me


I agree that's why I posted it but people see the initial price and vote cold but when compared to a high end fruit phone with only half the storage going for £1450 I think this is a super price for what you get.

I currently own a Note 9 but going to move to this as the Note 10+ (or pro) won't be near this price for 1TB and it's losing headphone jack etc
Bigsmoke82511/07/2019 09:03

I agree that's why I posted it but people see the initial price and vote …I agree that's why I posted it but people see the initial price and vote cold but when compared to a high end fruit phone with only half the storage going for £1450 I think this is a super price for what you get.I currently own a Note 9 but going to move to this as the Note 10+ (or pro) won't be near this price for 1TB and it's losing headphone jack etc


Good choice you won't regret it that's exactly what I did from note 9 to s10 +
Bigsmoke82511/07/2019 09:03

I agree that's why I posted it but people see the initial price and vote …I agree that's why I posted it but people see the initial price and vote cold but when compared to a high end fruit phone with only half the storage going for £1450 I think this is a super price for what you get.I currently own a Note 9 but going to move to this as the Note 10+ (or pro) won't be near this price for 1TB and it's losing headphone jack etc


I actually think that anything with a notch/hole punch is a downgrade from the Note 9. A lot of content is 2:1 aspect ratio on Youtube and Netflix now which is amazing on the perfectly symmetrical (take note Sony!) Note 9. Not so on the S10 range (it actually ok on notch phones). I agree with you about the note 10 but as a regular user of the Note 9 and iPhone XR the only other phone I see as an upgrade is the OnePlus 7 Pro (although with lots of losses too) from the Note 9 as it has a better refresh rate and true bezeless screen design.
I can appreciate the sheer quality of this beast and when compared to current devices on the market at full RRP a bit of a steel. But I will not support the sheer greed of these OEMs charging this ridiculous amount of money for their product, I mean even OP are now asking £800 for their top device.
Voted hot purely on the grounds that it the best money can buy at less than a price of an Apple.
If you work somewhere that gives you access to employee benefits site, you can get a further 10% off plus up to £250 trade in taking it down to £740 with 0% apr finance through paypal.
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Maj8711/07/2019 15:02

If you work somewhere that gives you access to employee benefits site, you …If you work somewhere that gives you access to employee benefits site, you can get a further 10% off plus up to £250 trade in taking it down to £740 with 0% apr finance through paypal.[Image] [Image]


Still a lot of £££ for this
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Maj8711/07/2019 15:02

If you work somewhere that gives you access to employee benefits site, you …If you work somewhere that gives you access to employee benefits site, you can get a further 10% off plus up to £250 trade in taking it down to £740 with 0% apr finance through paypal.[Image] [Image]



Oddly, if you plan to trade in a device, it's cheaper going through the normal Samsung website (£350 trade in value vs £250 trade in value).
I tried using my S8 Plus with the trade in offer, it works out to £824 on the normal website vs £839.10 on the Work/student benefit website.
Edited by: "Prime_specter" 11th Jul
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