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Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus
- Network: Sprint US
- Unlimited mins
- Unlimited texts
- 2GB data
If your idea of the perfect smartphone is a handset with a huge screen, loads of onboard memory and stacks of power, then grabbing a Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus deal is probably high on your list of priorities. Next day delivery is in play from almost every reputable retailer out there on the monumental Galaxy S9 Plus, so you could have it in the next 24 hours.
It's a phone with a hard act to follow, after the undisputed success of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. When it comes to big-screen Android phones, there's no reason (other than cost) to look at any manufacturer other than Samsung. And the Galaxy S9+ is already looking like yet another success story. It's 6.2 inches of pure beauty with loads of Ram and 128GB of memory.
So how do Galaxy S9 Plus deals cost? Well the good news is that we've found all the best prices and have listed them right here. Use our comparison chart below to get the cheapest tariffs on the market for the S9 Plus and we've handpicked five of our favourites, too. It's possible to find tariffs that let you pay less than £40 per month, and you don't even have to scrimp on data.
Top 5 best Galaxy S9 Plus deals on contract:
Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus | O2 | £213.99 upfront | 10GB data | Unlimited minutes and texts | £37pm
If you haven't already gone running scared from the upfront spend then this tariff really rewards the fighting spirit in you. For such a brave soldier, you get one of the lowest 24 month total prices out there on the Galaxy S9 Plus. And you'll love the monthly bills, which come in under £40 per month. Total cost over 24 months is £1101.99
Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus | EE | FREE upfront | 10GB data | Unlimited mins and texts | £48pm
One of our very favourite S9 Plus deals in the early days of the handset's order period has just got better. First thing to note is that it's on the UK's fastest 4G network EE. Monthly payments are under the £50-mark, but it's the upfront spend that just caught our eye. It's just fell by £100 to absolutely positively FREE. Brucie Bonus! Total cost over 24 months is £1152
Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus | O2 | £1.99 upfront | 30GB data | Unlimited minutes and texts | £50pm
In stark contrast to the O2 tariff above, this free Galaxy S9 Plus handset deal is on the opposite side of the spectrum. You'll get a warm glow when you receive your huge new S9+ knowing that you you spent less than the price of a gin and tonic when you signed up. Plus, you'll be privy to the network's Priority reward scheme for the odd free coffee and cheap lunch. Total cost over 24 months is £1201.99
Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus | Vodafone | £124.99 upfront | 32GB data | Unlimited minutes and texts | £51pm
From what we've seen so far, Vodafone can only compete on price when you start venturing up to the biggest, baddest data allowances. And even on those, its prices seem to be getting worse. So this is the best of a bad bunch - a monumental 32GB data tariff. It costs just more than £50 per month to get all that streaming and downloading, while the upfront price now exceeds the £100-mark. Total cost over 24 months is £1348.99
Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus | Three | £79 upfront | All-you-can eat data, calls and texts | £67pm
The minute you walked in the joint, we could tell you were a TechRadar reader of distinction, a REAL big spender. You'd have to be if you want to indulge in unlimited data on your new Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus. This is for the people who want to make the most of that incredible 6.2-inch QHD+ display with as much Netflix streaming than seems humanly possible. Total cost over 24 months is £1687
Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus review
The very best big-screen Android bar none
Screen size: 6.2-inches | Resolution: QHD+ | Rear camera: 12MP | Weight: 189g | OS: Android 8 Oreo | RAM: 6GB | Storage: 128GB | External storage: microSD up to 400GB | Battery: 3500mAh
Looking VERY much like last year's Galaxy S8 Plus, the S9 Plus dazzled us with its improved cameras on launch. And Samsung has sorted the irritating fingerprint scanner location, too. The main dual-lens snapper pushes problems of low light aside. You'll do well to take a bad picture with the new S9 Plus.
Read TechRadar's Samsung Galaxy S9 review