Samsung S8 Vodafone 64Gb - £47 up front - £47pm x 24 months = £1158
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Samsung S8 Vodafone 64Gb - £47 up front - £47pm x 24 months = £1158

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Found 29th Mar 2017
£30 upfront but £85 Quidco.

£47 a month for 24Gb of 4G and unlimited mins/sms.

For those who can use employee discount 20% making the monthly £37.

Want to hold out out for more cashback but surprised at the low upfront and whopping data allowance.
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24 months, not 12
Makes it £1158 - dam Brexit
Edited by: "MikeLondon" 29th Mar 2017
want to add heat but its stinking vodaphone cold on this occasion sos
They can stick it where sun don't shine!
MikeLondon

Makes it £1158 - dam Brexit



This phone will solve all our problems don't worry. Trade deficit, immigration and unemployment - we will never ever worry about brexit.
any existing vodafone customers renewing/retentions should be able to get 40-60% off that figure. im due to renew my contract in 6 weeks, carrying forward a 40% discount on a virtually identical tariff.

ive read a few 'how negotiate with vodafone' forum posts where people have negotiated 60% off but havent managed myself.

50 quid monthly headline price is madness
Seems better to me to buy the handset on the Samsung Upgrade Program and get a cheap sim-only deal, unless you really need 24gb data.

No idea why people are voting this cold unless they can offer a better deal.

Regprentice

any existing vodafone customers renewing/retentions should be able to get … any existing vodafone customers renewing/retentions should be able to get 40-60% off that figure. im due to renew my contract in 6 weeks, carrying forward a 40% discount on a virtually identical tariff.ive read a few 'how negotiate with vodafone' forum posts where people have negotiated 60% off but havent managed myself.50 quid monthly headline price is madness


My bro is on vodafone so can always ask him to check the deal out. If not, I can get 15% off via my employer.
that's not a deal - that's a mugging
£1.115+ for a phone whether it's a new model or not, no matter whether this is the cheapest offer...who buys into a contract like this?!?
Edited by: "LuckyL" 30th Mar 2017
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I don't fathom the logic of people insisting on buying the mobile outright then buying a seperate SIM. I've done both and found the latter a hassle.

Lets say you buy the mobile for £689, then a SIM deal (done allot of these for my tablets) for say £10 a month with 6-10GB of data (£240 over 2 years), so £889 over 2 years, so an effective £37 a month.

But doing the numbers, for those who get EA discount 20%, then after discount it is £37 a month anyway.

I know some might say you can sell if you buy it outright and upgrade anytime (well you can do that with a contract. Plus i found with my S5/S6 after a year they were barely worth 50%.

Anyway maybe i am missing something but maybe the Employee discount for Vodafone helps.
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