BEST DEALS: Galaxy S II now £429 at Amazon UK

If you missed the crazy £399 launch deal that O2 bafflingly offered when the S II launched, there’s another decent way to get the sizzling Android phone for a (comparatively) nice price. Amazon is now selling the thing for £429.49 including postage, plus, of course, it’ll arrive unlocked for use on all networks.

Not as amazing as when O2 went completely mad, but still pretty good.

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Feel a bit silly suggesting that spending £429 is in any way a “deal” – but the Galaxy S II is holding its launch price well and is yet to see any serious discounting. So if you want one, they’ve got you over a barrel.

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  1. k0zmic

     /  June 27, 2011

    £430 is really quite reasonable. The Sensation is £450 from Three for comparisons sake:$ja=tsid:10927|cc:|prd:DSL15PP295|cat:Mobile+Phone%26gt%3BPay+As+You+Go%26gt%3BHTC%26gt%3BHTC+Sensation&AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1

  2. I acquired one after reading the review here. Marvellous phone. Still not entirely sure about all the Samsung tweaks, but otherwise 9.999/10.

  3. Frank

     /  June 28, 2011

    Hmm, I’d just decided to sign my life away to T-mobile for two years to get it for 350. An extra 80 quid is only 3 pounds a month difference. Complicated business this phone buying.

    Oh, and it appears to have dropped a further 5 quid since you’ve posted.

  4. baz daz

     /  June 28, 2011

    took the plunge. one left.

  5. baz daz

     /  June 28, 2011

    last one is being sold by someone else and is up to £451???

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