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We realise that this might not be the most important anniversary in your life, but Samsung is about to celebrate its 10th year of Galaxy phones.
In that time, Android devices have rocketed up to become a solid competitor to the Apple behemoth, and Samsung is leading the charge as one of the best series of handsets available.
Because of this, Mobiles.co.uk is offering you the chance to get a free pair of Galaxy Buds earphones when you buy one of the selected Samsung smartphones from them.
This offer is only up for a limited time, and will stop as soon as the stocks run out, so get cracking if you want to pick one up.
The buds themselves are worth £139, and will be free as part of the price of the handset – and they sound incredible.
We at Digital Spy have used them before, and we can confirm your music will sound pretty damn good with these devices.
The first offer is for the Galaxy S10 smartphone, which is on a 2-year O2 contract.
You get 45GB data with unlimited texts and calls for £35 a month and £145 up front.
The Galaxy Buds will be available to claim within 30 days of you buying the S10, so you won’t have long to wait to get using them.
Or go for the S10 on a 2-year Vodafone contract with unlimited data, texts and calls for £35 a month and £375 up front.
There is a budget option if you want to save even more money on your new Samsung – you can go for the cheaper Samsung Galaxy S10e and save a bit on the up-front cost.
You can get it on a 2-year O2 contract with 45GB of data and unlimited texts and calls for £35 a month and £25 up front.
Finally, there are two deals on the Galaxy Note 10, Samsung’s flagship smartphone series.
Both are on a 2-year O2 contract, and they include a huge amount of data to keep you going.
The first offer includes 45GB data and unlimited texts and calls for £35 a month and £275 up front.
The second offer gets you 90GB data and unlimited texts and calls for £47 a month and £150 up front.
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