Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus Deals

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus Deals & Offers

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The latest in Samsung's globally popular family of Galaxy smartphones, the S9+ builds on its predecessors in almost every way. Anyone who wants cutting edge visuals, photography, processing power and audio can snap up a new model at a bargain price by checking out the Samsung Galaxy S9+ HotUKDeals listings. Read more
Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus Smartphone with 128gb sd card,  64 GB, blue Android 8.0 £508 (fee free) @ Amazon Germany
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Found 21st OctFound 21st Oct
Great price here, just over £500 for the s9 plus 64gb. With card Use a fee free paying in euros people.
juanma.sanchez

(party) just got the Golden one for that price!! Can't believe it I am getting a Samsung s9+ for little over 500£ and to be delivered in couple days!! Yeahhh!!!! Thanks guys for your replies and MRswitch for your great tip!! (y)

Mrswitch

Feel free to post that. I have too many on the go :) You can even copy and paste my description if you like.

haiderinho

Sunrise Gold is still 569euros

electriclinux

The offer for blue had expired.

juanma.sanchez

following the link the offer comes as 760 €. That's clearly around 700£... I can't seeven the 500£ offer.... Edit-------------- As per further replies to my comment, that offert on blue was over, so I went for golden which was still available, but I have the impression that I've got the last one :)

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus Dual Sim £520.99 @ eGlobal central
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Found 17th OctFound 17th Oct
Cheapest price i've seen it so far
marc2629

Warranty is not worth ~300-400 pounds. This is a good deal. I'll pay my bank 10 a month and get repairs and insurance for less than warranty.

blinko

No warranty in the UK, well Just liking Dragons Den I'm out

Pondlife

Yes

blinko

If it's Chinese import then does that mean the Warranty won't be valid in UK

marc2629

This is usually a roughly £800 phone so less the 20% VAT this still represents a saving.

Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ Various Spigen Cases  / Fulfilled by Amazon. £3.99 Prime / £8.48 Non-Prime
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Found 14th OctFound 14th Oct
Samsung Galaxy S9 •Spigen Neo Hybrid Flexible Herringbone Pattern Protection and Reinforced Hard Bumper Frame for Samsung Galaxy S9 in Shiny Black and Gunmetal . Sold by Spigen… Read more
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Illusionary

Yes, this is now expired, unfortunately.

swarrington851

Shows 11.99 now ?

ManiacUK

I've had Spigen cases for both my S5 and now my S7 and I really cannot fault them. Excellent quality - they look great, are made of solid material and are incredibly sturdy should your phone slip out of your pocket. Very rarely do the prices go this low so it's a good bargain if you haven't already got one.

MUFCristiano

Got the s8 version of this. Excellent look and quality. Only obvious downsize is that the phone already has a sleek look and its width will change

TheUser123

Yes but they wouldn't let me post so I'm going to try again today.

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Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus G965FD Dual Sim 4G 64GB with 3D Curved (Black Edge) - Coral Blue £536.92 eGlobal central
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Posted the deal S9 Plus 64GB Dual Sim - Sunrise Gold for £542 from WowCamera the other day. So browsing on eGlobal today noticed in the mega clearance this S9 Plus Coral Blue mode… Read more
brooklynbrawler

Here's my experience; The good * The phone arrived in 2 days * It was already set up for UK Market * It was a genuine handset and brand new * It was the cheapest handset available The bad * My handset developed a fault * eGlobal Central agreed to inspect it (and repair if they felt fit) - but advised that it would take 6 weeks to get it back to me * They would not budge on this - and lets be honest, no one can live without their handset for 6 weeks nowadays. From my perspective, the warranty provided by them is as good as worthless. -> However, Samsung UK agreed to inspect and repair / replace the handset due to being a manufacturing fault. Samsung saved the day for me; so in summary - yes its a good deal. Yes its a good retailer from the delivery perspective. Conversely; good luck if you have any problems with your handset. It is really down to the discretion of the manufacturer and the type of fault as to whether they will honour an international warranty that isn't necessarily valid in the UK.

plumberman56

are eGlobal safe? never used them before . Thanks

HugoLuca

It a double listing, i edited when in moderation (before they publish posts) and for some reason the edit produced 2 listings from myself - which i might add the moderator i assume re-calculated the price incorrectly :{ Double listings are usually not liked on hotukdeals.

DominikB

Anyone can explain why the flagship smartphone from a leading manufacturer, priced below most other deals of this type gets - 3°?

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus G965FD Dual Sim 4G 64GB with 3D Curved (Black Edge) - Coral Blue £533.83  eGlobal central
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Found 13th OctFound 13th Oct
Posted the deal S9 Plus 64GB Dual Sim - Sunrise Gold for £542 from WowCamera the other day. So browsing on eGlobal today noticed in the mega clearance this S9 Plus Coral Blue mode… Read more
TheUser123

Also did they ask for proof of purchase or anything as such?

HPMan

Can you tell me the fault please?

brooklynbrawler

Here's my experience; The good * The phone arrived in 2 days * It was already set up for UK Market * It was a genuine handset and brand new * It was the cheapest handset available The bad * My handset developed a fault * eGlobal Central agreed to inspect it (and repair if they felt fit) - but advised that it would take 6 weeks to get it back to me * They would not budge on this - and lets be honest, no one can live without their handset for 6 weeks nowadays. From my perspective, the warranty provided by them is as good as worthless. -> However, Samsung UK agreed to inspect and repair / replace the handset due to being a manufacturing fault. Samsung saved the day for me; so in summary - yes its a good deal. Yes its a good retailer from the delivery perspective. Conversely; good luck if you have any problems with your handset. It is really down to the discretion of the manufacturer and the type of fault as to whether they will honour an international warranty that isn't necessarily valid in the UK.

jayjay266

Google is your friend :) https://www.techradar.com/news/samsung-galaxy-note-9-vs-samsung-galaxy-s9-plus

HugoLuca

Hi. I've bought camera and phones over many years now and then and have never been let down come end - you won't get the communication of Amazon and will probably have a longer delivery wait, though savings are worth a time wait extra. £507.99 should be your end price after using code and a later cashback deposit if you use Quidco.

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Samsung Galaxy S9+ 128gb & Official Samsung Wireless Charger £705.91 @ QVC
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Found 13th OctFound 13th Oct
128gb version of the Galaxy S9+. Comes with official Samsung wireless charger. First time customers use FIVE4U to get £5 off.
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golfie

Because it's not from a dodgy Chinese site for 5p

melfyn65

Great deal. Interest free over 4 months. No idea why this is so cold.

bouncy99

its getting colder, but nobody is saying why? its the cheapest ive seen it, has someone else seen it cheaper?

bouncy99

the video presentation is defo an s9 plus, and i think thats a cracking price, considering amazon want £799. why is this so cold?

bouncy99

thats not a picture of an s9 plus, its an s9. what is it exactly that they are selling?

Samsung Galaxy S9+ and 256GB EVO Plus Micro SD card - £584 @ Amazon.de
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Found 12th OctFound 12th Oct
£584 with Mastercard exchange rate or £606.40 with Amazon exchange rate. Samsung Galaxy S9 + Smartphone 6.2 inch Touch Screen 64GB Internal Memory Android Bundle – with Samsung Ev… Read more
MajorCheese

Happy so far - only downside with the German version is that it's an international plug on the fast charger. I've picked up a wireless charger for a tenner though and have plenty of fast charge plugs knocking about from old phones so not a major issue.

seamonkey

Mine was a bit battering but working , checking ebay £200 seems like a good deal for not having the hassle of dealing with randoms

MajorCheese

Mine has just arrived! Crazy fast, ordered yesterday @12.30pm from Amazon.DE and it's here by 2.30pm next day. Model number is G965F/DS so it's the international version rather than a 'german version' as I'd thought. Not a biggie, but I wonder if that affects the warranty? I have an S7 Edge too, wondering if it's worth hanging onto or going for the £200 trade in. Seems a bit low considering it's only a year old and in great nick.

seamonkey

It's spot on , arrived in under 24 hours and samsung took care of the trade in for my old s7edge @ £200 so all good i also used a Monzo card for the currency conversion.

MajorCheese

How is the phone? I ordered one yesterday and should arrive today! I figured at this price for the S9+ dual sim, I could take the 'german version' risk.

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus G965FD Dual Sim 4G 128GB - Midnight Black - £577.99 @ Toby Deals
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Found 10th OctFound 10th Oct
SystemOSAndroid 8.0 OreoProcessor10nm 64-bit Octa-Core ProcessorRAM6GBInternal storage128GBGeneral2G Network ☑ 850MHZ ☑ 900MHZ ☑ 1800MHZ ☑ 1900M… Read more
Mike2005

Why not? You don't receive the item? You do but maybe a bit later but you receive them.

pglfc

Can get the 256GB on eBay from the UK for £75 more if anyone is interested

jddavis

id never buy from a website like this one

Zorciarr

Deal below

haiderinho

hmm, can get this phone for £719 from samsung with 0% interest free credit plus employee discount. £141 more but from UK plus warranty

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus - 64GB Dual Sim - Sunrise Gold £542  Wowcamera
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Found 9th OctFound 9th Oct
✔ 2 Year Official Samsung UK Warranty ✔ Free Delivery Option Available ✔ 14 Day Money-back Guarantee Other colours £1 cheaper - before another member points t… Read more
CaseClosed

You should be able to do it thorough phone when you set it up. It will ask you to create Samsung account or create existing one. If not then go into Samsung site https://www.samsung.com/uk/support/warranty/ register a product. use your model in search (SM-**/DS) bla bla done

Tahoma

Ordered my phone on the 18th received it today. Same as the others, came sealed with UK adaptor. Can anyone tell me how I register it for warranty - first time waiting to Android after being on apple.

Tahoma

Perfect thanks I will be using 3 sim too

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Updated my coment

Randy_L

I'm using a 3 sim no problems whatsoever.

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus £579.99 @ Box
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Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus at Box.co.uk for £579.99 seems like a good deal for a flagship phone. The phone is an EU dual sim model but the website states that it will come with a 2 yea… Read more
msharif911

Tried it and it didnt work. Googled it for weeks and it hasnt worked for anyone. Trust me, if it was possible back then (things might have changed now) it all I wanted to do. The Sony phone was a twin SIM and had oodles of storage, a great screeen and was only about £150.

psudz

Try restoring from backup of google drive...need a gmail account and it worked for me...

jamie015

Well, you can always email the chat anyway. It's Apple, they try to trap you as much as they can! (mad)

msharif911

They dont, trust me I tried. If you upgrade to another iPhone, then yes that works, but Android devices cannot access the iCloud. I tried every possible App/Program. Whatsapp messages are stored differently on IOS devices to Android devices and there isnt a way of migrating them. Or, more accurately, someone wantes to ensure you remain trapped.

jamie015

Of course AirPods and Apple Watch will not work fully with Android, Apple made it like that so you get trapped in their walled garden. WhatsApp messages should be carried across if you kept the same number via the iCloud backup.

SAMSUNG GALAXY S9 PLUS 15Gb data unlimited mins / texts £34 p/m 24 months £110 upfont £926 @ Mobiles
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Found 3rd OctFound 3rd Oct
Decent amount of data 15Gb each month , £34per month for 24 months, upfront is £110/24=£4.5 so it can be seen as 38.5 per month. I found it attractive perhaps others may benefit.
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Pascalini

I take it this is not a duel sim? Anyone gone from iPhone to this? How did that go? May buy this tmos

Daddypig40

Decent deal if you want the phone.

Samsung Galaxy S9+ (Plus) Only £536.87 @ Amazon.de (using fee-free card)
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Another crazy deal from Amazon Germany, price includes UK delivery. Price is with a fee-free card, in GBP it's £556.85 because of Amazon's rubbish conversion rate. Credit to @big… Read more
John.Latter

I've just purchased the following manufacturer refurbished S9 Plus for £536.99 from Argos on eBay: Sim Free Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus 6.2 Inch 4G 6GB 128GB Mobile Phone - Coral Blue There's only "Limited quantity available", if anyone is interested. Clicking on the relevant part of "1 sold in 1 hour / See Feedback" shows comments like: "...as new condition..." "...in pristine condition..." "...Not a single mark on it! As good as new!!!..." Don't know if "manufacturer refurbished" is as good as Argos's "seller refurbished" deals sometimes are - I'll just have to wait and see!

John.Latter

I put the model number of the S9 being sold by Seagull-UK (and by SmartTech) into a "Register Your Product" form on the Samsung web site and it came back with "Romania". A (very) brief Google search couldn't identify what differences there may be between a Romanian S9 and any other variant so I'm going to give Seagull-UK a miss. (Just thought I would mention this in case anyone else is tempted by the Seagull-UK price without taking other factors into account.)

John.Latter

Another valid point! (It took me a minute to figure out FBA meant "Fulfilled by Amazon", though).

jamie015

I wouldn't buy such an expensive item from a marketplace seller. Maybe I'd take the risk if it was FBA (since it would be eligible for Amazon customer service) but definitely not worth the hassle for this seller.

John.Latter

You make some good points, Ripperoo - I'll try and curb my impatience/impulsiveness! (frustration, really, on missing out on the Amazon Germany deal.) Seagull-UK's feedback does seem rather good and I'm hoping that being an "Amazon's Choice" counts for something (should I buy, that is). What is misleading on the Amazon page (or can be so) is that the questions/reviews are for different sellers. I've asked if anyone has purchased their S9+ specifically from Seagull-UK but it hasn't appeared yet (there are only 9 reviews, anyway.)

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus 64 GB (Dual SIM) - Midnight Black - Android 8.0 - International Version £577 at Amazon - Dispatched from and sold by SmartTech Store
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Found 22nd SepFound 22nd Sep
Via Amazon UK, sold by Smart Tech Store whom have a 5* rating. Display Type: Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colours, Size: 6.2 inches, 85.4 cm2 (84.2% screen-to-body r… Read more
marc2629

Received today and very happy with it. Quite the change from iOS. Going to keep the s9+ and return the note. Note has more of a premium build quality but that's about the only real benefit

TWD

Yep, I've been toying with what to update my Pixal XL with and I think it'll be this (or the LG V30 but I'm unsure about the camera on the LG). I'll probably wait till the s10 is out and black Friday, if I can get this for around £400, I'll take the plunge.

marc2629

Have some heat. Have ordered and taken plunge on international version. Warranty is somewhat redundant anyway since I have insurance. Will let you know how I get on! Have bought this + a note 8 for 650... I'm thinking out of the two I shall hold onto this and return the note...

TWD

It appears as if smart tech now have it at £585, & Seagull have it at £579. If you click on '15 new' near the price, it'll give you a list of the sellers, their ratings and how many ratings they have had. Seagull have a 95% positive rating based on 895 ratings.

shadzuk

I don't see the seller mentioned,only seagull,are seagull safe,?

Samsung Galaxy S9 64GB Purple VODAFONE Refurb Good £389.99 @ Music magpie
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Wow, under £400 now. Refurb Good, use cashback websites. Cracking low price, hopefully it comes in good nick. This product has moderate signs of wear and tear but has been fully … Read more
samsyscott

I bought this. Been using for a few days, it's really good condition. No noticeable marks or scratches!

Mrswitch

Yeah it does, thanks. I meant argos ebay in my last comment, but I was just so dumbfounded by your comment, that I rushed mine. Fyi, they are completely different ;)

market_trader

It might be easier for you to read a comment a few times before replying so you fully understand it, it was from the Argos store on ebay as you cannot get a refurbished one in store, thought that would be quite obvious given the number of deals on here you've commented and been invovled in. Not quite sure how you think they are different, but if it helps you sleep better then we'll leave it at that.

Mrswitch

In your first comment, you implied you got the s9 from argos in a great deal, a deal the same as this one, without using any kind of code. You didn't mention the code in your first comment. I now see that the phone you were talking about, was £50-£60 more than this one. So, they are both very different deals. But thanks for the arsey reply :)

market_trader

Not quite the same as what? Commenting on a price for the same item with a better warrenty and better condition then the original deal? Thanks for the well thought out answer.

Samsung Galaxy S9 G9600 Dual Sim 4G 64GB Midnight Black £456.86 @Toby Deals
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Found 13th SepFound 13th Sep
Dispatched from London in my experience. No customs. Pay with PayPal for added protection
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whitey6272

If i were to buy with a credit card or PayPal does this insure you should it fail to arrive? Also if you register the device serial number with Samsung won't that be accepted for its manufacturers warranty? I don't think I've ever had to put where I bought a product from when registering it's warranty. It does say if the item is faulty you only pay a return fee to send within UK and no admin or restock fee.

rogparki

You are obviously well informed , so surely cannot be unaware that many members (less well informed ) think these deals are endorsed by HUKD , so are risk free . HUKD are obviously profit driven so will not put the warning on posts (in case it cuts down there referral income ). Informed members will still see and benefit from your posts (if it is a good deal) if you include a warning (as @Mrswitch always does ) . Or is the "I'm all right Jack" mindset OK with you ? I personally think that well informed members such as yourself should consider fellow members who are less well informed and probably in less of a position to take the financial gamble of buying from these sites . Are you trying to benefit fellow members by posting deals ? In which case you should inform members of the possible pitfalls - or is it just an ego thing and you are angling for the maximum "Heat" :( whatever the cost to some members ? I would really love to know , I personally believe we are members of this site to help fellow members .

cartwheelbob

You spoke too soon my friend

cartwheelbob

I'm hiding nothing mate. What's in the description is my personal experience. If you want a full UK warranty then buy from a UK company. I'm just posting deals for people to make their own balanced decisions, I've bought from this company so will vouch for them. I've not needed a warranty and am willing to take the associated risk. People will make their own decisions... They are not morons

rogparki

Why hide the facts ? Toby like all the Chinese sellers you quote are all poorly reviewed , for a reason . People "google " for an item and inevitably find the "cheapest" is one of these glossy Chinese seller sites where you have to burrow down a bit to realise they are Chinese sellers :( . Perhaps that burrowing down is beyond some people who then whinge about long delivery times , customs that must be paid , DOA items which they can not then return etc etc . If you know the facts (and understand mobile phones, how to "flash" Roms etc or are fluent in Chinese ) then I have no problem with informed members seeing a bargain and apparently saving much money . I have been a pain for years banging on about the risks of buying from glossy Chinese websites , Some members think that if "advertised" on HUKD it must be a good risk free deal (or it would surely be barred !). Many of our more trusted posters now put warnings on their posts - sadly the HUKD employee msmyth and many others never do . I have used "Contact" on an almost weekly basis over the last couple of years (since Chinese deals were "unbanned " ) to ask for a "Health warning " to be added to deals from these previously banned websites . Such as :- "This item will probably ship from China /HK (despite the vendor claiming an EU warehouse ) and thus take 2-3 weeks delivery time and be liable for UK customs duties ,VAT , handling fees etc . You may be able to return (at your own expense ) subject to an 80% restocking fee even if DOA . It will be a grey import so no manufacturers warranty ." What is the problem putting that "warning " on all Chinese posts ? So members might think twice before maxing out their Credit cards on a "too good to miss offer". Members who swear by these sites and can afford to take the gamble know this already -so no skin off their noses . Why won't HUKD and their employee @msmyth apply this warning and protect its less informed members ? as @Mrswitch always does . Yes there are bargains to be had for the well informed , but just read the reviews and comments on here to hear all the heartbreaking stories from those not so well informed . Cue all the comments from incentivised folks (skeptical) , but why could you possibly object to members being fully informed of the possible risks ?

Samsung Galaxy S9 64GB on EE, 30 GB Data, Unlimited text & Minutes @ Affordablemobiles.co.uk / Uswitch - £33pm x 24 months = £792
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Samsung Galaxy S9 64GB on EE, 30 GB Data, Unlimited text & Minutes in Black, Blue & Lilac. The phone is free and delivered within 24 hours. The deal is via U-Switch which s… Read more
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sanders88

I've done the same, referred them to the link in OP's post via the call centre, the guy took a bit to check with his manager but he applied the offer to my upgrade. Good service from EE. Cheers @markafrobarry & @james.lumley , very happy with the deal.

PointlessMonkey

Got this for the wife last week. Also had no upfront cost saving another £60. Don't rely on Saturday delivery though. We had a message on the Friday night from CW saying it'll be delivered Monday when no one was home. Tried to rebook for another Saturday and not available at all.

shabi

Carphone warehouse Samsung Galaxy s9 on O2 network 15 gb data with unlimited min and text 34 / month With 75 cashback from quidco. Is this deal good ?

james.lumley

I found this deal online and tried upgrading my iPhone 6s on EE chat, the advisor would only offer me the deal at £38. I then rang EE and tried again and they accepted the deal at £33. I didn’t want the hassle of cancelling and setting up a new contract so I managed to get EE to just upgrade me on the deal instead. Great offer, fed up of iPhones lack of storage and battery life problems.

sam1981

Deal looks good. Anyone know if it's a dual sim phone?

Samsung Galaxy S9 With A Free Samsung Evo 256 GB Memory Card (5.8 inch Touch Screen 64GB Internal Memory Android) Sunrise Gold [Amazon Exclusive] -@ Amazon - Germany
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Good price this using a zero exchange card paying in euros. Exclusive gold colour, with a 256gb sd card. The GalaxyS9 shows how convincing a smartphone camera can be today… Read more
jamie015

Not sold by Amazon but by a seller with only 90% positive feedback and only 353 ratings. Not FBA either. I'd avoid it personally, deal in the OP is better.

KentishLad

I’m sure you’re more than capable of typing ‘Samsung S9’ into Amazon. Couldn’t find a gold one mind

Cloudane

Having this phone myself, it'd be better if the deal came with a battery pack.

Greenftw

Link me pls

Mrswitch

£200 with WELCOME6

Samsung Galaxy S9 - Vodafone  -Unlimited minutes, texts and 4GB data - £95 upfront, then £23 per month (24 month contract) @ Mobiles.co.uk
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Looks like a good deal from what I can see...I've searched to see if posted before and couldn't find any deals posted at this price. Via mobiles.co.uk so possible £26.25 cashback … Read more
Jazmacbantam

Yeah, just checked around and looks likes it's finished. I'll expire this one

james.molnar

Can’t seem to get the deal

Jazmacbantam

Blimey, that's increased a bit!

Markey82

£170 upfront now

Jiwani80

Why didn’t I think of this??

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus + Free Samsung Evo 256 GB Memory Card (6.2 inch Touch Screen 64GB Internal Memory Android) Sunrise Gold  [Amazon Exclusive] - English Version @ Amazon Germany
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Good price this using a zero exchange card paying in euros. Exclusive gold colour, with a 256gb sd card. The GalaxyS9 + shows how convincing a smartphone camera can be today. A… Read more
naveedk

Very unlikely to be any good

nonumb

They have the black international version without sd card for e660 so around £590 which seems like a good deal...

fame

what if you are using Barclays credit card. Will rate be any good?? Anyone tried that??

Xiaoda

This should get hot.

scoundrel

Galaxy all day long unless you want a pen.

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