Samsung has officially just announced the launch of its brand new – and insanely beautiful handset – the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
Not scrimping on features, the Korean smartphone giant’s premium phone is being touted as the major rival to Apple’s rumoured new iPhone in September, so unsurprisingly, it doesn’t come cheap.
The high-end handset will set you back from a whopping £899 if you pick it up SIM free, with pre-orders set to open today (10th August) at 5pm GMT on phone network websites as well as on Carphone Warehouse, ahead of its launch on Friday 24th August 2018.
The cheapest price we’ve spotted so far appears to come from Carphone Warehouse, who have the luxury device for £46 per month for 30GB of data on O2, with no upfront cost, plus a slew of freebie products worth £79.98.
While the 128GB variant costs £899, Samsung’s even more powerful 512GB is a staggering £1099.
If you can’t quite afford to fork out on a brand new mobile all at once, you can pay it off each month with a pay monthly contract.
We’ve rounded up the best deals from all the other networks below, including the likes of Vodafone, EE, Three and Mobile Phones Direct.
Best Samsung Galaxy Note 9 deals
Like other networks, EE are offering discounts to everyone that trades in their old Samsung handset as they order the new Note 9. Eligible trade-in devices Galaxy S7 Edge/ S7/ S6 Edge Plus/ GS6 Edge/ GS6/ Note 4.
EE also have the exclusive on the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4G, priced from £329 which you can use along your new Note 9 handset.
If you trade in your handset, you can get the new Note 9 from EE for:
- £68 per month for 60GB of data, unlimited mins and texts and no upfront cost. Plus free 24-month access to the BT Sport app.
If you aren’t trading in, the device will cost you:
- £73 per month for the same 60GB tariff, as well as a £150 up-front cost.
- £63 per month for 20GB of data, unlimited mins and texts, plus a £79 upfront cost.
- £69 per month for 50GB of data, unlimited mins and texts plus a £79 upfront cost, as well as a choice of Amazon Prime Video, Sky Sports Mobile TV, Spotify Premium or a NOW TV Entertainment Pass.
All the below plans include Go Roam (roam abroad in 71 destinations, plus free Priority boarding with Easyjet ), and Go Binge (infinitely use your data to stream and download your favourite TV and music from Netflix and Apple Music alongside using it for Snapchat).
- £53 per month for 30GB data, unlimited mins and texts, plus a £79 upfront cost.
- £48 per month for 4GB of data, unlimited mins and texts, plus a £79 upfront cost.
- £62 per month for 100GB data, unlimited mins and texts, plus a £79 upfront cost.
O2 will give you up to £250 additional cash payment when customers trade in their old device
All customers pre-ordering the Note 9 from Carphone Warehouse will get a free wireless charger bundle featuring a Dex cable worth £29.99 and Samsung fast wireless charger pad including power adapter worth £49.99
Mobile Phones Direct
Anyone buying the new devices will also get free extra data, along with a bonus 10GB of Sky Piggybank data on both the Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy Tab S4.
Virgin Mobile’s flexible plans all come with data rollover and data-free WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and Twitter as standard. They’ll also give you £200 cashback when you trade in any handset (that’s on top of the usual cashback you’d receive for trading in).
- £51 per month for 30GB of data, unlimited mins and texts but on a 36 month contract.
- £52.50 per month for 1GB of data, 1000 mins and unlimited texts with no upfront cost.
- £61.50 per month for 20GB of data, 2500 mins and unlimited texts with no upfront cost.
- £71.50 per month for Truly Unlimited data, plus unlimited mins and texts with no upfront cost.