The Galaxy S10 arrived in stores earlier this year and fans that haven’t rushed to buy one made a good decision.
This Samsung flagship is beginning to fall in price with some very good deals on offer from major retailers and mobile networks.
These new offers include cheaper SIM-free costs and the option to get a Samsung gift when you sign up to certain contracts.
So, if you are in the market for an upgrade then here are some of the best deals Galaxy S10 deals on offer.
GALAXY S10 SIM-FREE
Those wanting to buy their S10 without a contract can currently make a big saving.
John Lewis has currently slashed the price of the S10 by £210.
That means you can pick up this flagship with 512GB of memory in Prism Green or Prism White for £789.
There’s also another deal which includes £100 off selected colours (Canary Yellow and Prism White) of the S10e which reduces the price of this phone to £569.
The retailer is also offering up to £340 off all versions of the S10 when you hand over your old handset.
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GALAXY S10 CONTRACT
If it’s a contract that you want then Vodafone is a good option with the network offering a free pair of Samsung wireless headphones when you sign up to a new deal.
Vodafone says that customers who purchase a new Samsung Galaxy S10+ or S10 5G before August 12 can claim a free pair of Samsung Galaxy Buds.
Both devices are available on their new unlimited plans with the S10+ available from £56 per month (£29 upfront) and the S10 5G from £72 per month (£29 upfront cost).
Customers can also purchase the Samsung Galaxy S10+ with 5GB of data for £48 per month with a £29 upfront cost (was £50 per month, £99 upfront cost) – saving £118.
Other good deals include six months half price contracts with Three and mobiles.co.uk are currently offering double data on selected plans.
As a quick reminder, the Galaxy S10 features a 6.1-inch fully edge-to-edge screen, fast processor and triple camera.
There’s also big 3,400mAh battery and something called PowerShare which refills other phones and accessories wirelessly.
If you want to know more about these phones you can read our full S10 review here.
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