Get a free Galaxy Watch Active with these tempting S10 contracts

Update: The deal has just got better! Mobiles.co.uk has given us an exclusive Expert Reviews code that will give you an additional £10 cashback on any 128GB Galaxy S10 contract taken out in the next fortnight. Just enter the code ER10 at checkout. Enjoy!

If your phone contract has expired, and you’re unsure of where to turn next, then Mobiles.co.uk is worth a look. The site has a number of excellent value Samsung Galaxy S10 contracts available, and the best of them come with the excellent Galaxy Watch Active smartwatch at no extra cost.

The deals are available to browse here . Just make sure you pick one with the blue text saying “Get Samsung Watch Active worth £169” below the “buy now” button. The offers are available on Vodafone, EE and O2, but for my money, the best deals come with EE’s offering. If you’re happy with a £75 upfront cost, then the 20GB data for £31 per month contract looks hard to beat, with a total cost of £819 over the duration of the two-year contract. If you don’t want to pay anything until your first bill comes in, then the £36 per month offer with a massive 45GB of data is tempting – though this will set you back £864.01 over the whole contract. These are big numbers, of course, but there are two things to bear in mind. Firstly, the Samsung Galaxy S10 cost £799 SIM-free less than a year ago. Secondly, this price includes the Galaxy Watch Active, which sells for £169 on its own.

Both are excellent. Although the S20 is coming very soon, the S10 is more than capable and is very much the pinnacle Android phones at the time of writing. “This is a heck of a lot of money to pay for any smartphone, no matter how impressive it may be, but it’s absolutely worth the upgrade,” wrote Nathan in our review. “This is Samsung’s biggest leap forward in years.” The Galaxy Watch is also impressive – and I say that with first-hand experience, being the one who reviewed it on this very website. “It’s a great-looking and feature-packed wearable that’s fine for casually keeping an eye on your fitness, especially if you’re already tied into the Samsung ecosystem,” I wrote. My only concern was its lack of flexibility as a running watch, in lacking Strava connectivity, ANT+ and customisable data screens for exercise. “As a smartwatch, it’s fabulous, but as a serious sports watch, it falls flat,” I concluded. Still, as freebies go, you could do a lot worse.

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November 16,2021

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