Why now is a great time to buy a Samsung Galaxy Note 8 deal


The last few weeks have been slim pickings if you’ve been wanting to snag a Samsung Galaxy Note 8 deal. The bargains of Black Friday are now a distant memory and when the January sales ended, so did our favourite Note 8 tariffs – until now…

Thankfully both O2 and Vodafone have just launched new offers that have made waves on Galaxy Note 8 prices. Between O2’s quadruple data discount and Vodafone’s big data price drop, grabbing this handset on contract has just become much more attractive.

Read on to see a couple of our favourite Galaxy Note 8 deals of the moment, or use the filters on our interactive comparison chart at the bottom of the page to whittle down the deals to your ideal combination of data, texts, minutes and budget. Plus, there’s information about a limited-time freebie also currently running on Galaxy Note 8 deals.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 price drop

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 on Vodafone | £87.99 upfront | 16GB data | Unlimited minutes and texts | £42pm

There’s no cheaper way of buying the Galaxy Note 8 on contract right now than this Vodafone deal from Mobile Phones Direct.

This article was sourced fromTechRadar

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