The phone is already one of the cheapest on the market but this contract offer is pretty hard to beat
With plenty of eye-opening deals on the Samsung Galaxy S23 and Z Flip5, many tech shoppers may think now’s the best time to go for either of the two newest devices, but before you head to the checkout there’s an underrated Galaxy handset that’ll save you hundreds of pounds.
The Galaxy A54 5G, is another dazzling new handset launched by Samsung in March this year, and while its features are often overshadowed by the higher-end S and Z range of phones its affordable price point makes it a great option for anyone looking for a smartphone, without the hefty bill.
And O2’s latest round of Black Friday deals is helping shoppers do exactly that, while it’s also discounted at the likes of Amazon, John Lewis, Argos and even Samsung itself no other retailer currently matches its £288 price of a hefty £139 tech accessory thrown in for free.
That’s right, anyone who takes out an A54 5G contract at O2 will bag themselves a free pair of Galaxy Buds 2, a wireless pair of earphones with Bluetooth, fast charging, and noise cancellation – just one part of the deal that caught our eye, so let’s get into it.
As a middle-of-the-range phone the A54 usually only costs £449, still a lot in the grand scheme of things but relatively small if you compare it against prices set out with the £800 average of Galaxy S23 or Apple’s iPhone 15, but the seasonal sales has seen the price drop even further. O2 shoppers can pick it up for £439 as the device contract price is split down to just £12.20 a month on its 36-month plan.
After this shoppers will pay a £10 upfront fee and can then add on any data bundle they wish, although its the 1GB, 5Gb, 30Gb or Unlimited Plus Plan which would save shoppers an extra £288 thanks to the £8 saving each month. Then shoppers can add on the pair of Galaxy Buds 2 for just £1, before heading to the checkout.
If you’re weighing up which UK provider to go with we have all the details in our round-up including offers and free perks from Sky Mobile, O2, EE, and Vodafone. It may help you make a choice.