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Carphone Warehouse is giving away the Samsung Galaxy Note for free on select plans for a limited time

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Carphone Warehouse is giving away the Samsung Galaxy Note for free on select plans for a limited time
Listen up UK people! You might want to hear this because it’s in regards to a still relevant Android powered smartphone. For those who are on the fence about picking up the mighty Samsung Galaxy Note in the UK, you should really check out the promotion that Carphone Warehouse is having for it.

Right now, the S-Pen packing Galaxy Note is available for free on monthly plans that start at a mere $33 (£21). Come to think about it, it’s a phenomenal price for a device of its caliber – even more when it’s still relevant amongst the other recent entries in the Android sphere.

So what do you get with the £21 per month plan? Actually, it’s the most basic of plans out there, as it coughs up 100 minutes, unlimited text messaging, and 750MB of data courtesy of T-Mobile UK. Obviously, you’ll want to connect via Wi-Fi whenever possible to save your precious data, but nonetheless, you can still choose to move up to other plans that provide more data.

Carphone Warehouse is giving away the Samsung Galaxy Note for free on select plans for a limited time
Well folks, there isn’t much time to think over this deal because Carphone Warehouse is having it on sale online and in stores for the next seven days only. After that, it’ll naturally go back to its usual selling price point, so you’d better act fast before it’s too late.

source: Carphone Warehouse via Android Central

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posted on 15 Jun 2012, 13:07

1. ahomad (Posts: 131; Member since: 15 May 2012)


for this price you would get htc one x, so I don't think it is a real deal

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