You know when you see an offer online that you just can’t pass up on? The kind of deal that blows you away with a free gadget that you just won’t find anywhere else?
Well, we think we just found that deal – as at the moment, Mobiles.co.uk is offering a free Nintendo Switch Lite if you purchase a selected smartphone from the site.
The console (which is worth £159) can be yours for no extra cost when you pick up a data deal on either a new Huawei P30 Lite, an OPPO A9, a Nokia 7.2 or 6.2, or a Samsung Galaxy A40 handset from the online retailer.
The Switch Lite is an excellent little console that provides a big upgrade on Nintendo’s wildly popular Switch, with a longer battery, a smaller chassis, and a bunch of cute colours.
This offer is only available while stocks last – and we predict the stocks won’t last all that long.
First up, you can get the Huawei P30 Lite on a 2-year O2 contract with 12GB of data and unlimited texts and calls for £29 a month and £99 up front.
You will get your Nintendo Switch Lite console when you order this offer and enjoy two wicked new devices straight out the box.
Shop Now Huawei P30 Lite 128GB with Nintendo Switch Lite in Grey
Next up, you can get the OPPO A9 2020 on a 2-year O2 contract with 6GB data, for £25 a month and £75 up front.
You get unlimited texts and calls on this deal, too.
Shop Now Oppo A9 2020 128GB with Nintendo Switch Lite in Grey
There are then two Nokia deals (yes, Nokia *is* still making smartphones).
The Nokia 7.2 is available on an O2 contract with 12GB data and unlimited texts and calls and the free Switch Lite, priced at £29 a month and £50 up front.
Or go for the Nokia 6.2 – a slight downgrade for a slight price drop – with 12GB data and unlimited texts and calls on a 2-year O2 contract. It will cost you £29 a month and £0.99 up front.
Shop Now Nokia 6.2 32GB Black with Nintendo Switch Lite in Grey
Finally, the Samsung Galaxy A40 is available with a 12GB O2 contract, priced at £39 a month and £25 up front.
Check out all the other deals on Mobiles.co.uk right here.
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