Get the Best Samsung Note 8 Deal & Save 30% Off Your Contract

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My 2 years are up and i’m now looking to upgrade my phone from the trusty old Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ to something shiny and new. One such contender is the Samsung Note 8 which is another large screen phone with a beautiful high resolution, high contrast IPS screen and a good camera.

Researching new phone contract deals are always a time consuming activity for me as i currently average 40gb in data use each month which puts my needs outside the scope of many providers who are typically capped at 20gb or less.

A Bad Deal

Searching around the web on sites like carphonewarehouse and uswitch i can see few note 8 deals that give me anywhere what i need which as usual leaves me with offers from my current provider, three.

To date the best contract deals on the note 8 that suit my need is:

  • The Samsung Note 8
  • 100gb of data
  • for £64 per month with a deposit of £79

This seems expensive as being budget concious i try to keep my monthly phone costs to under £50.

Getting a Great Deal

The last time i hunted for mobile phone deals i chose to split the purchase of a phone (financed via giffgaff) and the sim contract which i kept with three for the princely sum of £17 per month both of these came in at an equivalent contract of £45 per month.

Looking for the Note 8 i discovered that you can buy the sim-free phone on finance direct from Samsung for just £32.58 per month with a deposit of £86.90.

When combined with my current sim contract offering unlimited data with three this means i’d get a great deal on the Samsung note 8 for just £49.58 per month (excluding deposit) saving me a massive 29% off the lesser combined deal offered at three.

Will I buy the Note 8?

I’m not set on the Galaxy Note 8 as yet as i want to have this, the LG V30 and whatever the Google Pixel XL2 ends up being in my hand for a comparison before making any commitment. Still if you’re hunting for the best deal on a note 8 you may want to consider this approach for yourself.

Written by Mark Rushworth

With over 14 years experience in online design and marketing I, like many others, began my professional life as a web designer before realising my talent for digital marketing. This I have pursued as my primary career focus since 2007. Since then Ive worked across all sectors for clients big and small delivering the best bang for your buck.

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