It wasn't so long ago that the Galaxy Note 9 was the coolest new smartphone on the block. The big screen, big power phablet from one of the world's biggest tech companies. And you've come to the right place to find out what the best Samsung Galaxy Note 9 deals you can buy in the UK - this side of Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2018 and beyond.
The launch of the iPhone XS and XS Max has rather stolen the Note 9's thunder in that regard and the rumour in the industry is that the Samsung hasn't sold as well as some people had expected. But that may change now that we're starting to see some retailers wield the discounts. We've started to see enormous amounts of data for less than £50 per month and very little to pay upfront. Take that, iPhone XS!
So what are you getting for your money? A gargantuan 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display, an equally giant 4,000mAh battery, a massive 8GB of RAM and starting onboard storage of a large 128GB. Everything about the Samsung Note 9 is big - which includes, unfortunately, the price tag. The handset is available from Samsung for £899.
That's why our guide to the best prices is so invaluable. So check out our comparison chart, which has the best of the currently available Note 9 deals on contract, as well as our handpicked favourites below.
- Check out the best mobile phone deals you can buy today
- Compare them to today's best iPhone XS deals
- Save money by going for a Galaxy Note 8 deal instead
Compare Samsung Galaxy Note 9 deals:
Galaxy Note 9 deals: the best of the rest of today's contracts
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 | Three | £99 upfront | 1GB data | Unlimited minutes and texts | £44pm
The Three network is setting the early pace for cheap Note 9 deals - nobody else really gets close to the total two year cost Three can offer. You also get the benefit of its Wuntu rewards app for cheap coffees and dinners. A nice little perk. Just watch that meagre 1GB data allowance though, and go for something below if you know you'll need more. Total cost over 24 months is £1,155
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 | O2 | £72.99 upfront | 30GB data | Unlimited minutes and texts | £48pm
This is all new from Mobile Phones Direct and it finally makes O2 relevant for Galaxy Note 9 deals. It's a belting amount of data and the payments are south of the £50-mark. And because it is O2, it means you'll have access to the network's Priority rewards. That means the odd free coffee, cheap lunch and first dibs on gig tickets. Total cost over 24 months is £1,224.99
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 | EE | £99 upfront | 30GB data | Unlimited minutes and texts | £48pm
We know that despite what better value deals there might be from other networks on the Note 9, many of you are going to head straight to this tariff for your Note 9 contract. As you're probably already aware, EE is the UK's fastest 4G network, so ideal if you intend to stream a lot of Netflix and Spotify to your new Note. Total cost over 24 months is £1,251
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 | Vodafone | FREE upfront | 26GB data | Unlimited minutes and texts | £54pm
If you can't be swayed from Vodafone - no matter how much we suggest you do on the Note 9 - then we reckon this is the best deal you're going to find right now. For a start, it's free upfront,and the monthlies aren't even that bad considering the generous 26GB data allowance. And with £24 cashback to boot, this one's for you Vodafone fans. Total cost over 24 months is £1,320
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 | Three | £79 upfront | All-you-can-eat data | Unlimited minutes and texts | £67pm
If you honestly, positively, absolutely need unlimited date each month, then Three is your only option when it comes to Galaxy Note 9 deals. The jump in price is quite significant, mind - so do make sure that it's essential to have limitless Netflix, Spotify and downloading access. Total cost over 24 months is £1,687
Galaxy Note 9 price: how much does it cost SIM-free?
If you were hoping that we were going to sit here and tell you that buying a Note 9 outright is reasonably priced, then we have some disappointing news...
The starting RRP of the 128GB Galaxy Note 9 is £899. So, looking on the bright side, at least that's cheaper than the iPhone X! The 512GB version, however, is not - you're looking at £1,099 for that beasty.
So if you were thinking to grab it and combine with a new SIM only deal to save some cash, there aren't massive savings to be had (unless you don't mind slumming it with 500MB of data).