Samsung has unveiled its new Galaxy Note 9 smartphone, which is available to pre-order now. Here, we share the best Note 9 deals, whether you’re looking to buy the phone outright and SIM-free or want to get it on contract and pay monthly.
First shown off at the Samsung Unpacked event on 9 August, the Galaxy Note 9 is a flagship phone designed for power and productivity, with a 6.4in Quad HD screen.
Following on from the popular Note 8 (reviewed here), it features a new connected S Pen, an improved camera, more storage and a better battery.
You can find out everything you need to know about the Note 9 in our preview or news round-up, and if you decide to buy it don’t forget to grab a case to protect it.
Where to buy the Galaxy Note 9 SIM-free
The Note 9 is available to pre-order now, ahead of its UK release date of 24 August.
The 128GB model is priced at £899, while the 512GB model is £1,099.
You can pre-order either model in a range of colours from Samsung itself at the prices listed above, and there are trade-in offers available if you’ve got an older phone that you’re looking to replace.
Pre-order the Note 9 from Samsung here.
In addition to Samsung, other retailers and networks are offering pre-orders for the Note 9 SIM-free, all at the same price for now though.
If you buy the Note 9 SIM-free, be sure to get yourself one of the best SIM-only contracts for your minutes, texts and data.
Where to buy the Galaxy Note 9 on contract
Several networks have confirmed that they will be offering the Note 9 on contract, and have begun sharing their deals. We’ll be continuing to update this article as more deals are announced, so be sure to check back regularly if you don’t spot a deal that suits you yet.
We’d recommend first taking a look at our automatically updated Note 9 deals widget below (click here for an optimised version of this page if you’re unable to see it). It’ll have all of the latest deals and you can adapt the results to suit your needs.
Carphone Warehouse Note 9 deals
Carphone Warehouse often has some of the best contract deals for new phones. For the Note 9 there are plenty from EE, O2 and Vodafone, all of which you can see by clicking here.
Plus, pre-ordering from Carphone Warehouse means you’ll get a free Samsung Wireless Charger Stand thrown in.
We’ve picked out some of our favourites below:
- EE, 30GB data, unlimited texts and minutes, £59.99 upfront, £68 per month. View here.
- O2, 30GB data, unlimited texts and minutes, £129.99 upfront, £56 per month. View here.
EE Galaxy Note 9 deals
EE’s deals offer huge data, but they don’t come cheap. It recommends the 50GB Max Plan for £73 per month and £50 upfront.
Other deals include 10GB for £68 per month and £50 upfront, or 8GB for £68 per month and £50 upfront.
EE’s deals are available on its website here.
Mobiles.co.uk Galaxy Note 9 deals
Carphone Warehouse subsidiary company Mobiles.co.uk is also throwing in the Samsung Wireless Charging Stand with its pre-orders.
Contracts are available from EE, O2 and Vodafone, with deals including:
- Vodafone, 16GB data, unlimited texts and minutes, £195 upfront, £45 per month. View deal here.
- O2, 25GB data, unlimited texts and minutes, £50 upfront, £58 per month. View deal here.
- EE, 25GB data, unlimited texts and minutes, no upfront cost, £63 per month. View deal here.
Mobile Phones Direct Galaxy Note 9 deals
Mobile Phones Direct offers the Note 9 on contract from EE, O2 and Vodafone, with some great deals available. There are upgrade deals and trade-in offers, as well as the standard contract deals. We’ve picked out our favourites below:
- EE, 10GB data, unlimited texts and minutes, no upfront cost, £53 per month. The same deal is available for £48 per month if you’re willing to pay £99 upfront. Available here.
- O2, 50GB data, unlimited texts and minutes, no upfront cost, £50.50 per month but you’ll need to apply for cashback with this one. Otherwise it’s £60 per month. Available here.
O2 Galaxy Note 9 deals
O2’s Note 9 contracts offer big data, and there are special deals available if you’ve got an older phone to trade in.
For 30GB data, unlimited texts and minutes, you’re looking at £29 upfront and £68 per month.
If you don’t need quite so much data, there’s also an 8GB option that costs £49 upfront and £64 per month.
See all of O2’s Note 9 deals here.
Sky Mobile Galaxy Note 9 deals
Sky Mobile has confirmed that the Note 9 is available to pre-order from its shop.
Prices start at £42 per month on the Swap24 plan, with 2GB data and unlimited calls and texts. There’s no upfront cost here, and the Swap plan means you can upgrade your phone after 24 months without changing contracts at Sky’s lowest monthly price.
If you want to upgrade more regularly, there’s the Swap12 which lets you upgrade your phone every year without changing contracts, but it’s a little more pricey at £99 upfront and £61 per month.
Tesco Mobile Galaxy Note 9 deals
Tesco Mobile has a variety of contract options that can span up to 36 months to reduce the monthly cost. Pre-orders don’t seem to be open just yet, but you can pre-register your interest and find out more about the tariffs and pricing on Tesco’s website here.
Three Galaxy Note 9 deals
Three is also stocking the Note 9, with pre-orders set to begin on 10 August.
Contracts, which include Go Roam across 71 destinations and Go Binge for streaming Netflix, Apple Music and Snapchat without using up data, are 24 months and have a £79 upfront cost.
You can choose 100GB data for £62 per month, 30GB data for £53 per month or 4GB data for £48 per month.
Deals will be available from Three’s website.
Vodafone Galaxy Note 9 deals
Vodafone’s Note 9 deals start at £63 per month with £49 upfront, so they’re not the cheapest available. However, you can get 20GB data for the price of 4GB with the cheapest offer.
It’s £79 upfront and £63 per month and you’ll get 20GB, unlimited minutes and unlimited texts.
For £3 more per month and just £49 upfront you can get 40GB data instead.
Vodafone’s Note 9 deals are available here.
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