The thing that really makes the TechRadar Deals team tick is digging out the best prices and offers on the newest smartphones. A £50 saving here, a free pair of headphones there. Saving you cash on mobiles like the Samsung Galaxy S10 is what we live for (professionally speaking, of course).
But for the first few weeks at least after a major new phone is released, manufacturers get quite protective about the price points of their precious new creations and the RRP holds firm. So we have to look for extra little loopholes that make one online retailer worth recommending over another.
In Argos’s case, it’s quite an easy sell. The fact that you can use its Click & Collect service to order your new SIM-free Samsung Galaxy S10 and then mosey on down to your local store and pick it up within a few minutes, makes Argos stand out from the crowd. Rather not leave the comfort of your own seat? Then its Fast Track Delivery service offers same day delivery on orders before 6pm, too.
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If you’ve already been hunting for a new Samsung phone deal then you’ll already know that the the Galaxy S10 doesn’t come cheap – the RRP is an eye-watering £799.
But if you consider that you can get up to £230 back from Samsung if you order by the end of March by trading in your old handset, then it begins to look a bit more reasonable – especially if you then combine it with one of our best SIM only deal picks. Check out the full Ts&Cs to see what handsets are eligible to trade in and how much you stand to potentially save.
And it’s also worth noting that Argos can help if you’d sooner not pay the whole £800 upfront, too. The Argos Card allows you to buy now and gives you up to 12 months to pay it off. Although this is of course subject to status, with a representative 29.9% APR Variable and with Ts&Cs applying.
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