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Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus G965FD Dual Sim 4G 64GB - Coral Blue - (£577.99) with code @ eGlobal Central
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Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
I know most people doesn't like deals from Eglobal due to lack of manufacturers warranty and problems communicating with seller. But i am posting this deal if anyone interested in… Read more
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Rimi

Yes, brand new , sealed. Very happy!

BraddersJ

No no, that geezer's right. If payment is processed by a third party (reasonably common practice), S75 isn't valid. Good article on Money Sving Expert somewhere - let me know if you can't find it I'll dig it out

BraddersJ

I ask as I saw a horror story in a forum regarding fake goods and he cc company didn't refund due to similar issue. Do you have any experience with cc claims at all?

rdrp

Can you please confirm if you received your Samsung Note 8 in brand new sealed condition from eglobal?

Rich_T

Yes i recieved my S9 plus no problems, most expesive phone ive ordered from them, also had a LG G6 and LG V20. Only keep my phones about 12 months and sell them to CEX.

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus (64GB Unlocked Version) Midnight Black £596.54 (was £611 yesterday) @ eGlobalCentral
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Found 10th AprFound 10th Apr
Seems a very good price for the S9 Plus, unlocked, in the most popular colour, with 64GB storage. Again, as I said on my Mix 2 post, this comes with a 1 year warranty, can be paid… Read more
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g8ryj

I don't know, sorry. Google is your friend :)

mikeyfive

Ah I didn't realise the SD vs Ex versions had different model numbers. Thanks. So, what countries, other than the US use Snapdragon?

DatAlbino

If you work that out, you're saving roughly £300 over 2 years to buy it then. That equates to it costing £12.50 a month extra to have it now, instead of in 2 years. (300/24=12.5) If someone offered me a phone I want, and said £25 now, or £12.50 in 2 years, when the market has had 2-3 new phone generations, I would say now. But I am a bit of a techy, so maybe that's just me.

richard.simmons

I fancy this one but ill wait 2 years when it's half the price and buy from a reputable dealer. I've had my Samsung note 4 for 2 and half years and it's still going strong. Bought direct brand new from Samsung for £320

eldorado

https://www.eglobalcentraluk.com/index.php?dispatch=checkout.complete&order_id=6716424&utm_nooverride=1#/product/23134

Samsung S9 Plus + free case and speaker £822.05 Amazon
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Found 9th AprFound 9th Apr
Direct from Amazon Lowest price since release Receive an 'Otterbox Symmetry Case' & 'Samsung Level Box Wireless Speaker' for no extra cost.
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Jaspabt1

Heat given. Best price I can see which includes case and speaker. Flubit has phone only for £799.99.

DAPPAMAN

Thanks for sharing op and welcome

rdajackson

This is not the lowest price since release as you have claimed, that is why this deal is going cold

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(UK Seller) New Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus G965F/DS 64GB - £685.99 @ eBay (seller trdukcameras)
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Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
UK stock, ships from a UK seller with great feedback. New Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus G965F/DS 6.2” 6GB 64GB 12MP Dual Sim Factory Unlocked Phone - Midnight Black 1 Year warranty OVERV… Read more
Mrswitch

Shall I expire?

mkara

Sorry, you're right. The S9 plus was £700+ on that deal. Good spot Witchy XD

mkara

Lol

abhijitdash123

How is this deal allowed in the forum with a seller warranty only and not even Samsung warranty? COLD.

rbz5416

Private feedback, seller's address is a residential property & I can't find a TRD UK Limited at Companies House. Poor English & warranty with the seller, not Samsung. Draw your own conclusions...

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus Dual SIM (All Colours) from £704.97 delivered @ Amazon Italy
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Found 3rd AprFound 3rd Apr
Even better than my recent Amazon Spain deal, which was £771 delivered (now expired). Insane deal this. (y) All colours reduced to €815.15. Works out to £704.97 including deliv… Read more
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fleebleflam

I am aware its not just a sim tray, i do think it could be achieved though. Not sure if the hardware matters, Exynos or qualcomm. I do however know i would have to flash a different firmware to get the dual sim functionality to work. Then flash the extra IMEI to get them both working. I will check xda for a way. If the Mate 10 pro can be done, i'm sure the s9/s9+ can be done too. Here's hoping.🤞

wildecat

The model is determined by the model number (SM-G965F or SM-G965FD for the dual sim version)

fossit

Oh I see where you’re coming from but it’s really an extravagance isn’t it. It’s just funny to me to see so much heat for a phone of this price point :/

webnet

Comes down to personal choice... a modern smartphone is more powerful than the computers I worked on 30+ years ago, and does considerably more than some TV, whether it is HD, 4K or 8K. You aren't ready to buy something new, where I am, and want to leapfrog the various phones in between which I didn't try / buy. Luckily we have personal choice, so while you can choose not to upgrade and consider it a dumb move, at least I can agree to differ and not be critical of your decision. Would that you may do the same in future...

Shahil_Sawjani

Is there any downside to buying the International or Italian version of this phone and using in the UK (i.e. network bands, warranty, etc.)? The Coral Blue option is still available at ~£707 and am thinking about pulling the trigger.

Samsung Galaxy S9 G960FD Dual Sim 4G 64GB £539.99 @ eglobal central
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Found 1st AprFound 1st Apr
I know it's not the best site, but I have ordered a couple of items from there and never had an issue. S9+ for £629.99 - https://www.eglobalcentraluk.com/samsung-galaxy-s9-plus-g… Read more
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pandat

anyone else got theirs?

Rich_T

same as you i guess, just some clear plastic rubbish!

xNIKx

what kind of stock case did u get with yours? i got a clear one, not the black samsung one i've seen in many unboxing videos..

Rich_T

got mine today! uk plug all seems ok. time to sell my LG G6 now

nickdeal

They use a different mechanism to get the item to DPD so no surprise you've not got any DPD link yet. Dispatched just means on way to local courier.

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Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus Dual SIM (Midnight Black only) from £770.72 delivered @ Amazon Spain
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Spotted this on Amazon Spain. Only this price for the midnight black S9+. Keep an eye on the price as Amazon are always quick to put up prices. €879.97 on product page. Lilac pu… Read more
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BraddersJ

Link?

osama88

815 euro Amazon Italy

mikeyfive

Great deal, thanks for sharing OP.

mikeyfive

All colours are expired.

G0rdonGekko

Lilac purple is still €886.71 for those who want that colour.

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus G965FD Dual Sim 128GB Coral Blue - £679.99 @ Toby Deals
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Found 24th MarFound 24th Mar
Cheapest I've seen although by importing it. Reviews of Toby Deals seem to be mixed but I think I'm gonna bite in the next few days with a credit card or paypal. This is the Snapdr… Read more
hearts22

I commented earlier on this dealthat I had a positive experience.

Rick109166184460467

@ganon, please let us know how you get on if you are to order, cheers

starman0147

Does anyone know if this version is a dual sim with a SD slot or is it a hybrid version?

tonymcg

They take PayPal I see.. hmm I might gamble on the Nokia 5 dual sim

Rick109166184460467

deal looks quite good just the website does not look legite, could someone please advise if they had good experience? ps. checked on trust pilot, it doesn't look positive... shame

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus 30GB Data on O2 24 Month x £50pm = £1,200 @ MobilePhones Direct
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Found 24th MarFound 24th Mar
£50 per month after cashback for 30GB data, Unlimited Calls and Texts for Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus on O2. Go through TopCashback for an extra £30 cashback! Best deal I've seen around… Read more
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spaceinvader

Take a wild guess

HyperLuminal

What a bargain. I hear its got a slightly better camera than last year. What a treat. Ive just bought this and now im saving up for next years Samsung 10 which will have a volume setting that goes all the way to 11 and make my Samsung 9 completely useless! Cant wait!

flylife

True but these people should not be dropping fifty notes on a phone every month (lol) In all seriousness, samsung do an interest free finance option with their upgrade program, taking that on alongside a SIMO deal featuring less but usable data could be cheaper in the long run, especially with the added bonus of trading in an old handset

lewlewmichael

Yeah but for people that are looking for the cheapest monthly payment this is the cheapest monthly deal I have seen by far... Some people can't afford the phone outright you numpty

sion22

where did you see it for £600? cheapest i see is £730 if you able to do the 12month contract cancelling trick, which come with it own risk and may affect your credit history yes?

Samsung Galaxy S9 NO UPFRONT COST £1116 over 3 years (unlimited texts, 1gb data and 1000 minutes) @ Virgin
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Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Virgin samsung S9 at £31 per month for 3 years. Includes unlimited texts, 1gb data and 1000 minutes. Other tariffs availble. No upfront cost.
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squeakybot

Finally. Someone on my wavelength. We dont need 10gb a month. Low user. Cheap top notch phone

golfie

Ive just bought the s9+ up front and will use it comfortably with 1.2gb data allowance. The phones main strength isn't eating phone data. If you do need to use a lot of data there's a thing called Wi-Fi. Main reasons for the phone are gaming, camera use and browsing/email.

squeakybot

I take it not many takers then.....

M0nk3h

Even in a "want it now society", there are far cheaper ways to get this phone, as many people have "sais" to you in this thread.

crank_girl

Just what I was thinking. Why buy this phone and only use 1Gb of data?

Samsung Galaxy S9 Smartphone, Android, 5.8", 4G LTE, SIM Free, 64GB (with 2 year John Lewis warranty) £739
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Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
John Lewis isn't remotely what it used to be, but it does include its own 2 year warranty with this, which might make it attractive to some. Packed with incredible features, the S… Read more
greenday10111

What's the deal same price as Samsung official and you get 2 year warranty with them too? Also there is a few retailers selling for cheaper than this. Very do a 10% discount for new customer orders bringing the phone down to about £672 with postage.

creative_ltu

And in the news we watched not so long ago how they lined up for iphone x

FAMILYGUY

Samsung give you 2 years for smartphones as standard, if it's faulty John Lewis won't be able to get it repaired any quicker. Just have to go to an authorised repair centre.

TheOak

You just proved your original post wrong, "Not even isheep would pay this much", then you post an iphone deal at the same price which is sold out.

rodman

You are right iPhone 8 256GB is £699 and it is sold out. Gimme android deal like that you won't? https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/apple-iphone-8-ios-11-47-4g-lte-sim-free-256gb-gold-699-john-lewis-2908800

Samsung Galaxy S9 (Single SIM) 64 GB 5.8-Inch Android 8.0 Oreo UK Version SIM-Free Smartphone - Midnight Black £714.28 @ Amazon
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Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
This is sold by Amazon and you can get a free case with it and free delivery
silverblueray

It has a better camera, 960fps slow motion, adaptable aperture, but yeah not massive difference maybe more ram?

jonboy300

Looks to be a very good phone, but sadly too expensive, will stick with my S7 which is does everything I need...

deleted1032520

Well that makes sense......not

BergkampWonderland

No. e.g. s9+ has 6gb of ram and 2 cameras and this is better deal than s8+

leelukehope

I’m a big fan of the S8 but in my opinion the cost of the S9 just can’t be justified. Too many equally good options available for less money. Not voted either way though as any reduction in price this soon after release is a good deal for those that really want one.

Samsung Galaxy S9 64GB UK SIM Free £715 @ Box.co.uk
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Found 16th MarFound 16th Mar
Seems like a great price for UK stock of the Samsung S9 Sim Free! Listed as £735, however £20 discount is added at the basket, no code required :) Midnight Black Google Andr… Read more
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Toon_army

If you ask about one of your friend will sell of give you their old phone when they upgrade, I got my s7 edge for £80, my mate didn't want anything but I felt bad so he asked for 2 Fire t.v. sticks fully loaded lol. I use my phone all the time and camera for certain YouTube videos. They've came along so much the past few years. I'll be honest I'm not a fan of the Edge the screens a bit of a pain when writing

frish

Yeah I spent a lot at the time for the s2 coz I wanted all of the functionality and solid camera which I probably overestimated. It has been useful, although I did bloat it with free apps when amazon used to do that. I'd like to upgrade, but also haven't actually used my phone much apart from when it's been convenient to look stuff up online, so aren't sure if it'd actually be worth it. Plus I do have concerns over spending a lot for something that's only updated security wise for a couple of years which seems low for something that seems to have ended its exponential improvements the past couple of years or so. Non replaceable batteries are also a concern which limits my options. It is tempting though :D.

Toon_army

S2! Wow lol. I've not long had the s7 Edge, came from a s5 which I had for 2 years then an s3 before that. I can't even remember the s2. You seriously need to upgrade phones have jumped along leaps since then in speed and camera quality

frish

That would be me with my s2 :D. But yeah, the s8 also had an accessory to connect to a monitor.

luke_home87

The Microsoft lumia 950xl has continuum. Which converts it into a pc. Shame as I loved that phone. I am now seriously considering a s8+

Samsung Galaxy S9 G960FD Dual Sim 4G 64GB - Lilac Purple/ Coral Blue / Midnight Black £589.99 @ Toby Deals
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Found 16th MarFound 16th Mar
Galaxy S9 dual SIM 64 GB phone for £589.99 at Toby Deals. 4% Topcashback as well Dropped another 50 quid since first posted.
starman0147

Does anyone know if this version is a dual sim with a SD slot or is it a hybrid version?

monty77

So did anyone get one of these? As far as I can see it : - You get their in house warranty (ship back to them, assuming they're still around, and hope they honour it) - Samsung are very clear that they will not entertain you in UK - Some insurance companies won't insure it - Warranty is also non transferable, they mention this a few times in the T&C so want to be really clear about it for some reason ..doesn't seem worth the £150 saving to me. And Tobydeals stating that these are £739 is incredibly dishonest. They are NOT £739 in the country they're being sourced from. Price for these in HKD is around the 6300HKD mark which is around £570. You cannot compare them to the £739 phone in the UK which has 2 years warranty and slightly different spec.

monty77

so-sure said no to insuring a S9 purchased in Canada, I bet plenty will be the same. Still waiting for my home insurance to answer.

flylife

can anyone confirm if you can insure this with a uk insurance provider such as lifestyle group (through bank account) or will they not touch it because it was bought from a company based overseas?

steve252

FWIW there was a fairly elaborate workaround for this (giving SIM1 + SIM2 + microSD card) on at least one of the '8' models, same may apply for this.

Samsung galaxy s9 trade in offer £479.76 @ samsung
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Found 11th MarFound 11th Mar
Get this for essentially £19.99 per month (without sim) When you trade in your current phone Get up to £200* How does it work? Select device Select your new Samsung devi… Read more
robbp

alreayd have my s9 and love it, sold my s8 on ebay for 390.00 inc 128gb micro sd card. my missus now wants the same phone, just missed out on the higher s7 trade in price, i had it in the basket and it changed from 206 to 152, arrgh gutted.

BobbyUK

My S7 edge home button isn't working, but all the other buttons work, will it be okay to trade it in?

G0rdonGekko

Add phone to basket and checkout. Shows Paypal and Close Brothers above at basket stage. Guessing it's the latter as Paypal will charge APR on an amount above £500.

grempage

You can buy a s3 for 50 on ebay which can give you a 50 pounds of discount. Anybody knows how to apply for that 24months 0%? I can't find it.

Mrswitch

Sorry guys, didn't realise. It had been. Posted

Samsung S9 - 02 Contract 12GB £958 (£883 with discount code and 60£ voucher via voucher codes) at mobiles.co.uk + 64GB micro sd
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Hi there, I think is a very reasonable offer thinking that a 12GB contract is around 17 18 pounds a month. Price per month 32£ Go via vouchercodes: https://www.vouchercodes.co.u… Read more
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cooper20vt

I imagine whatever the o2 roaming rules are, most are pretty decent these days.

cooper20vt

I've seen that offer, £533 'amount after Trade In discount', if you have a phone to trade. So without would be £739 plus the cost of a 12gb/unltd/unltd sim (24 x £13 a month = £312)

greenday10111

That must be with a trade in.

razvanbatea

Hey there, have they mentioned anything about roaming? as is quite confusing..

razvanbatea

yeah.. i forgot to mention 64gb micro sd.. with 883 price plus a 64gb.. is even a better deal..

Samsung Galaxy S9 - £26 per month, £265 upfront (£889) @ mobiles.co.uk
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24 month contract, unlimited mins and sms, 4gb data. Use code edenred15 to bring the upfront cost down from £280 to £265. Plus, get a free 64gb memory card. The wait is almost o… Read more
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mann242

Whatever... your opinion which you are entitled too as am I - Im not getting involved in a sad ping pong so over and out from me

moonmonkey

Hot from me. I got this deal, phone delivered on Friday. Went through TCB so should get £60 cashback as well. Although it has not tracked yet...

Zeipher

So if a car's RRP is £100k, and it's on offer for £80k, then the vast majority of people think "That's a crazy price for a car", it's not a Hot Deal? That's wrong, in my opinion. Also, it's hilarious that you tell me that I'm entitled to my opinion, but start off by saying "you completely miss the point of the site". In my opinion, it's you who doesn't understand how this site works. I would never pay £80k for a car, but I'd be an idiot to describe a £20,000 saving a "cold" deal. The majority of people visiting this site look in the Highlights or Hot section. Deals usually only appear in those sections if they get lots of hot votes. When people start voting deals like this down because they think phones should be cheaper, they gain nothing, and take away from those that would happily snap this deal up. They're simply acting selfishly. There's been many occasions where I've seen a product and thought "Wow, that's way out of my price bracket... but it IS the best price going." Then voted hot, just because I may help someone looking for said item find it. It's not an opinion, it's plain common sense.

dead4red69

Personally, I don't remember seeing a flagship phone available to pre-order at such a low price.

mann242

If you think this site is just about the cheapest price for a product you completely miss the point of the site. Its about value, views and opinions - even yours. A cold vote (and this has a fair few) gives others an understanding of what others think. If you think it reduces the chance people who want the deal will see the deal - Not really if your looking for a deal seems sensible to be a bit objective and weigh up what others are saying about it. You are entitled to your opinion and Im entitled to mine .

Samsung Galaxy S9  with free 64gb memory card. - £699 handset and £15.50 1 month Vodafone - £714.40 @ CPW  £85 QUIDCO
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Samsung Galaxy S9 with free 64gb memory card. Quidco £85 special cashback.
t0m

How do you find the £85 special cashback?

TheOak

But the deal is still active so why expire it

ALBO4EVER

I expired it because majority just votes cold when it comes to mobile deals

TheOak

Why is this expired? There is an o2 one there for 50p less too

amazoncrazy

oh look another chilly samsung post (shock)

Samsung Galaxy S9 - £340 upfront / £23 per month - Term = £892 on Vodafone @ Mobiles.co.uk
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Don't think it gets better than this. However if you find anything please let me know. Unlmtd Mins Texts and 4GB Data. The phone is not even released yet.
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Pokerjk

Great deal for those wanting to spread the cost, hot!

Dekard97

Maybe that's true to some extent. But the tech still isn't really anything I can justify the upgrade on. Apart from the actual style of the phone, there just isn't enough of an upgrade for me, and it's been nearly 3 years since I changed my phone

retrend

The biggest jump in prices since you bought your s6 is caused by the drop in the pound. Samsung aren't getting much more $.

tunveerul

I didn't mean to come across offensive but for the people that want to purchase this phone we can agree it is a good deal right?

Dekard97

Cannot afford it? I didn't say that at all. It's just that I bought an S6 Edge Plus when it came out just over two years ago, and I've yet to see any real decent improvements on the 8, other than that nifty almost full screen. In the real world, it's virtually identical resolution, battery life, camera, screen, speed, ram, etc than S6 Plus. I earn 64K a year (without bonuses), so I think I can afford a new phone. It's just that I don't see how they can churn out flagships every year with hugely inflated prices, and slight improvements for a 1000 quid! Justify the spend and I'll pay anything for a product. But I was hugely disappointed to see the almost non-existent upgrades from one year to the next on Samsungs flagship. Just my opinion of course.

Samsung galaxy s9 plus Purple - £49pm - Total Term £1176 @ Mobiles.co.uk
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Before you destroy a good deal for people who cant pay cash for the phone Go to www.mobilephonesdirect.co.uk Click on menu Click on offers Scroll down and see offer in picture … Read more
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tartanlady

gutted I missed it as hesitated but it was at the offer you said at the time no longer there gone up to £51 a month

RyanC

I know I couldn't believe the shipped so quickly, I say nothing.... 1st iPhone I had was the 3GS, wouldn't look back now pure Android man. Plus this phone is a beast.

hukdbuddy

Iv just got a email saying it has been dispatched and will be with me tomorrow (Friday) at somepoint by DPD (y) iphone lovers wont be happy when we pull out out duel cameras and the payed alot more and apple get there screens and chips for there phones of Samsung (lol) ;( (lol) ;( (lol) ;( (lol)

RyanC

Cheers op I've gone for this, most appreciated.

Mrswitch

To be fair, its going less cold than most of these deals, so kudos to you (lol)

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