Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Deals

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Deals & Offers

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Samsung's S20 Ultra could set a new bar for premium smartphones. With its oversized screen, it's virtually a portable cinema unit that streaming lovers can use to take their favourite content wherever they go. And with an incredible x100 zoom on its quad camera, the Ultra provides an unprecedented level of detail for photography addicts. Find the very best prices and pick up a cutting edge phone with from hotukdeals Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra offers.

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Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G Mobile Phone; Sim Free Smartphone - Cosmic Grey (UK Version) £799 @ Amazon
Posted 19th FebPosted 19th Feb
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G: the phone to end all cameras Discover the smartpho… Read more

Wait. It was 649 few days ago. How 799 is a deal? Cold. It.costs 799 anywhere.


To be honest, if you can keep it, keep it. The Note 10/20 and S20 aren't as good on battery and performance nor camera compared to Snapdragon and the design of the S21 is better too. Wider fingerprint sensor, better camera etc


Cold not an Apple phone


I just received the said S20 ultra from the £649 Amazon deal a couple of days ago. I'm coming from an S10+ and I must say I'm not that impressed... don't think it's been a worthwhile upgrade. The 100x zoom is overrated, the 120hz screen I can hardly notice the difference - certainly not the "once you go 120 you won't go back to 60" bo**ocks that's been banded about by youtube reviewers.


I watch a lot of YouTube and battery drains and this is right up there with the Snapdragon and outlasts the other flagships on the market. Let's not forget though we are real world users and not be running benchmark after benchmark like they do on reviews. I still got my S9+ and the high refresh rate is like night and day. Camera also top class. The next phone am interested to see is the OnePlus 9 Pro, I think that will be very interesting.

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra - o2 £41 a month 24 months and £99.99 upfront 120GB of data at Mobile Phones Direct
Posted 5th FebPosted 5th Feb
I'm not a big Samsung fan and the S20 Ultra seems overkill to me but this sale has some pretty awesome pricing Yeah S21 Ultra is out but some of the prices here look cheaper th… Read more
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One question i always ask is the refurbished phones. What actually do they refurbished. Some sold with scratches on screen. So what actually do they do? Switch phone on to see if working and that's it :/ :/ :/


Bad deal. Cold for me.


Bought outright through samsung but on paypal credit


Here you go. Not sure if they still have stock for the S20 Ultra but worth a look :) MusicMagpie could be the next best price. I think someone posted a deal for the S20 Ultra recently from there.


Any chance you can share a link or seller name? I looked foe XS items but no luck.. Thanks.

10% Off At Music Magpie With Code (Includes S20 Ultra Very Good Refurb £674.99) @ Music Magpie
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Posted 21st JanPosted 21st Jan
Getting 10% off using code DM10, they're offering on site discounts of up to £100 on some phones, so just check it isn't cheaper to go with that reduction before entering the code,… Read more

Just got another one for £58 cheaper which has double the memory as well. Considering the one from MM had a big dent on the back, the small crack in the top right of the front of the one i've just ordered isn't really comparable.


I know :) At least MM have a 14 day returns policy, no questions asked. I'll send it back for a refund and buy it again from eBay.


(lol) (lol)


Why oh why didn’t I look at eBay before buying this iPad ? Price is averaging around £60 quid cheaper


Thanks bud

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G 128GB: Unltd Calls, Texts & 250GB Data - £149.99 upfront £41/month = £1133.99 over 24m @ Mobile Phones Direct
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Posted 27th Nov 2020Posted 27th Nov 2020
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G 128GB: Unltd Calls, Texts & 250GB Data - £149.99 upfront £41/month = £1133.99 over 24m @ Mobile Phones Direct£1,133.99 Free P&P FreeMobile Phones Direct Deals
I know this might not be everyones cup of tea but i have personally been looking for a new S20 ultra deal for a few months now and this is the cheapest i have seen for any contract… Read more

Thats a good question, I've been checking on Uswitch for S20 ultras every few weeks up to Black Friday and this morning this was the cheapest the phone has ever been with 10gb+ Data (Although since this morning there are some lower data contracts for up to ~£45 less over the two year contract. I guess it's probably down to there being better value for money handsets out there (I.e. Not S20 Ultras) and these supposedly lose value quickly but if you want one of the best spec phones out there this is one of them and it's the cheapest I've ever seen it for a new phone from a UK based seller. I did start the thread with 'I know this might not be for everyone'!


Why so cold? Best deal on the net


I've just bought the s20 plus for the exactly same price pm and GB but with no upfront cost.


Wish it was the snapdragon


Why is everyone saying not worth more than 700£?

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Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G 128GB Unlimited Data O2 £50 PM / 24 months @ mobile phones direct
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Posted 27th Nov 2020Posted 27th Nov 2020
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G 128GB Unlimited Data O2 £50 PM / 24 months @ mobile phones direct£1,200Mobile Phones Direct Deals
Good price for the phone and unlimited everything for £50 per month Also don't forget TCB

This phone is selling for 600 quid now on ebay Samsung is very bad at holding its prices


No stock at the moment

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G for £55/month + £19 upfront for 24 Months (£1339 total) @ Vodafone UK
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Posted 23rd Nov 2020Posted 23rd Nov 2020
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G for £55/month + £19 upfront for 24 Months (£1339 total) @ Vodafone UK£1,339Vodafone Deals
This is a pre-black friday deal going until 26 November. 100GB Data, unlimited minutes, unlimited texts at £19 upfront and £55/month (Was £99 upfront, £77/month) 24 month contract… Read more

I see this is a pre black Friday deal with it ending on 26th. Do we think there is any chance of a better deal on black Friday itself?


Might have been one of the mobilephonesdirect deal, as the one you linked is a 24 contract on O2. I didn't check that site :D I know, that EE supposed to be the best in coverage, it might be just an unfortunate corner of Peterborough where I live, but I barely get any indoors coverage with them, doesn't matter if it's at work or at home. I still have broadband with them (as there is no Fibre connected to this place either (mad) ) which drops the internet every now and then, and won't work until the router is restarted. I always wondered how are they being the best one, but it's probably just my luck here. (:I (lol)


Because with in 18 months Samsung loses 60-70 of Value. No good having a 2 year deal . Best deals with Samsung is wait for 12 months after release date and grab this for £600 and sim only . Probably saves you £550 . I paid just under £1000 for the S10 plus when first released. 17 months later I just about got £350 back for it in pristine condition. They just don’t hold value Look at the note 10 plus over £1100 on release , going for £550 now .


Sorry was working from memory (lol) I swear it was the other way round the last I checked, but in tired, so I'm probably just wrong (lol) anyway, it was more of a 'that's what I'd go for' than a comparison, there might be better note ultra deals available? The missus had a bad experience with Vodafone customer services a few years back and I think that's unfortunately most people's lasting memory of them. I find EE have the best coverage, especially out in the countryside, I'm on o2 now and their signal's not the best around Birmingham and non existent where we regularly (used to) holiday around Devon, other than that, can't complain about the service, just the fact that everyone else sells their product cheaper than they do, which I find a weird concept in business?


As its unlimited, it might worth it (if 100 gig is not enough for a month) , but in the full term it comes up £29 more than the Voda deal. I'm quite sure, that £19 upfront is not a big deal if you are thinking about this phone.