pcmag.comWe review products independently, but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use. UPDATE: Black Friday is here, and that means there couldn’t be a better time to get a new mobile phone contract. The Samsung Galaxy S10 may be coming to the end of its life cycle, but with the S11 on the horizon, the S10 has never been cheaper. In one of the best deals available this Black Friday, you can now pick up the S10 for less than £35 on Carphone Warehouse. This includes 45GB data, provided by O2, and costs only £29 upfront. This discount is only rivalled by the incredible offers on the iPhone 11 at the moment. UPDATE: Another great deal can be found on Mobiles.co.uk. £29 per month, with 20GB of data with Vodafone. This is one of the cheapest deals we've ever seen on the S10. In terms of other Galaxy devices, discounts can also be found across a number of retailers for the more budget-friendly Galaxy S10e, while the new Galaxy Note10 has also seen a reduction in price. Galaxy S10, S10e, and Note10 have all received generous discounts across a number of retailers. Best Samsung Galaxy S10 Deals This is the cheapest the Galaxy S10 range has ever been, and these deals could be the best we see during the Black Friday sales. The S10e continues to be incredibly budget-friendly, and you can now pick up the device for less than £25 per month. Galaxy S10 Galaxy S10e Best Samsung Galaxy Note10 Deals Plenty of UK retailers are currently offering great deals on the Samsung Galaxy Note10. Since its release in August this year, the phone has seen some significant drops in price, and you can now pick it up for less than £40 per month with some providers. Black Friday deals likely won't get better than this for the handset, with big data deals from O2 taking the spotlight. Galaxy Note10 Galaxy Note10 5G PCMag Black Friday UK 2019 PCMag has lined up a number of articles to help you navigate all the upcoming deals on tablets, TVs, game consoles, and more. Follow PCMag UK Deals

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