Our EXCLUSIVE Galaxy Note 8 deal is the best value in the UK right now


So the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus is arriving on Sunday. Big deal!* We’ve just bagged an exclusive Samsung Galaxy Note 8 deal that will make you instantly forget about your hankering for the new big-screen mobile phone from the Korean tech giant.

Buy your new Note 8 from retailer Fonehouse, and get the colossal smartphone with 16GB of data on Vodafone for £43 per month and only £19 upfront. It works out as one of the very cheapest ways you can own the Note 8 over the two year contract, and probably the best value deal round at the moment when you consider the sheer amount of data you get.

Vodafone prices shot up across the board earlier this week, so the exclusive tariff for TechRadar readers really bucks the trend. You’ll have to be quick, though – it will only be available until the end of Sunday March 4. You can read more about the deal below, and see just how well it compares to the rest in our dedicated Samsung Galaxy Note 8 deals guide.

(* No, but seriously, it IS a big deal. Check out all the news and rumours swirling around the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus unveiling here.

This article was sourced fromTechRadar

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