Best Samsung Galaxy Note 8 deals in February 2018
Roses are red, violets are blue, if you need a new phone, here’s some great Samsung Galaxy Note 8 deals for you!
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is bigger, smarter and faster than the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus and is best suited to Android fans who use their phones for carrying out work tasks. You can split the 6.3-inch screen to use two apps simultaneously and make notes or draw pictures with the S Pen.
It has a dual 12MP camera and 64GB of internal storage that can be extended with a MicroSD card.
Samsung is currently running an “unbox your tickets” promotion so any participating provider you choose will have free festival and gig tickets included in its Samsung Galaxy Note 8 deal. This is also true for the Samsung Galaxy S8, S8+ and the Samsung Tab S3.
To get the tickets you'll need to buy one of these devices before midnight on Sunday (18 February). You can’t get free tickets to Glastonbury but you can go to British Summer Time Hyde Park 2018 or All Points East.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 could more accurately be described as a phablet rather than a phone, and has a pretty hefty RRP of £869. Due to the high device price any provider you choose will have plans to reflect this so expect prices around £50 a month.
Seeing as it’s inevitable to have a sizeable bill each month, to find a good deal it’s best to see who is charging the least upfront, gives away the most data cheaply and packs the deal with freebies.
Virgin's cheapest deal is £32 a month
Starting proceedings is Virgin Mobile. Whether it’s an iPhone or one of the Samsung mobiles you can more or less guarantee a cheap deal for flagship phone.
In this case the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is £46 a month with zilch to pay upfront. Across a 24-month contract you’ll get 4GB of data with 1,500 minutes and unlimited texts. If you’re that person who is not ashamed to ask for the the wi-fi code then this allowance will be fine.
To entice you to sign up, Virgin Mobile gives you unlimited data specifically to use for Whatsapp, Facebook Messenger and Twitter so you won’t have to dip into your allowance when using the service. There is also an option to roll your data over to the next month’s allowance if you don’t use it all up.
The monthly cost goes down to £32 a month with no upfront fee for the same tariff if you opt for a 36-month contract.
Tesco Mobile also doesn’t charge you upfront for the phone. A plan with 6GB of data to use alongside 1,500 minutes and 5,000 texts costs £53.11 a month over a 24-month contract. The provider offers extra perks for signing a family member up, including an extra 1GB added to your tariff and £2 off your bill each month.
It’s not very often that we can say O2 has one of the cheapest deals but the time has come. O2’s monthly price is in the same ballpark as the others but it has the lowest upfront cost of the ‘big four’ mobile service suppliers (the others are EE, Vodafone and Three).
If you sign up before Wednesday 21 March you’ll pay £58 a month and £29.99 upfront towards paying off the handset. This gives you the biggest data allowance of the packages mentioned with 10GB, unlimited texts and unlimited minutes.
Three is by no means the cheapest or the best value but we like the Go Binge feature so thought it warranted a mention.
To get 4GB of data on an Advanced Plan you have to pay £56 a month and £79 upfront. Over a two-year contract you get all-you-can-eat minutes and texts and the 4GB. Three will let you use your data as a personal hotspot for you to connect your laptop or tablet to while you’re on the go.
Go Binge gives you an infinite amount of data exclusively for streaming on Netflix, TVPlayer, SoundCloud, Deezer and Apple Music.
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