Bargain Huawei P20 Pro now at Argos - get a massive £200 off with this SIM-free deal

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Update: Sorry folks, this deal has already been pulled. We reckon it may have been an error on Argos's behalf, as we've never seen the P20 Pro available at such a low price before. If you're still looking for the best Huawei P20 Pro SIM-free price, then click the link to use our price comparison.

The Huawei P20 Pro was one of the mobile industry success stories of 2018. In a market still dominated by Apple and Samsung, the Chinese manufacturer produced a handset good enough to take home the Phone of the Year prize at last year's Mobile Choice Consumer awards.

Priced at £799 on release, Huawei clearly saw the P20 Pro as competition for iPhones and Galaxys. But that inflated cost has now been savagely cut by Argos, which is now selling the stunning smartphone for only £399. That's an extraordinary price for a phone this good - most other reputable retailers are selling it for £599.

- Head straight to the Argos website to check out the cut price P20 Pro

Put it this way, it now matches the budget model in the P20 series - the P20 Lite, which Argos is selling for the same price. While shelling out for a brand new SIM-free Samsung S9 or SIM-free iPhone XR will cost you £649 and £749 respectively.

So if you've been looking to start 2019 off with a brand new mobile but have been put off by the price of the best SIM-free phones on the market, then this Argos P20 Pro deal may just be what you've been looking for.

Huawei P20 Pro from Argos | £599 £399.95 | £200 saving 

Huawei P20 Pro from Argos | £599 £399.95 | £200 saving 
January is coming to an end, and with it the annual sales season. Apparently Argos didn't get the memo! We've loved the P20 Pro since release, but we accept that the price has been set too high for some people. With this discount, there's now no excuse not to buy.

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Adam Marshall

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