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Wednesday Deals: Samsung Galaxy S2, BlackBerry Curve 9380 and more

It’s Wednesday, and for once a lovely and sunny day if you are lucky enough to be outside. Today we’ve search the internet to bring you a selection of deals, including some great offers on handsets from Samsung and BlackBerry and some great-value extras on a Nokia phone.

Let us know if you’ve seen any good deals recently in the comments below, or via Facebook or Twittter.

BlackBerry Curve 9380 in hand
BlackBerry Curve 9380

RIM first full touchscreen Curve smartphone is just £199 sim-free on Expansys.com – around £25-£30 cheaper than most retailers.  The BlackBerry Curve 9380 includes the standout features you expect from RIM including push email and BlackBerry Messenger, but comes with a 3.2-inch touchscreen.

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Samsung Galaxy S2 press shot

Samsung Galaxy S2

It’s being replaced next week by the Samsung Galaxy S3, which means now is a great time to snap up the Samsung Galaxy S2 cheaply.
Carphone Warehouse is offering the phone free for £18 a month on a 2-year contract, with 100 minutes, unlimited texts and 100MB data. This is exceptionally cheap, but worth noting it’s billed as a ‘low usage tariff’ designed for people who don’t use the internet much.

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Nokia Lumia 800 black dual orientation

Nokia Lumia 800

O2 has a great offer on the excellent Nokia Lumia 800. Sign up to a £27 a month, 24-month contract and you’ll get 300 minutes, 500MB data, unlimited texts and 500 O2 to O2 minutes. All fairly standard, but included is a free Nokia Amazing Days Experience worth up to £100 and Nokia Purity HD Stereo Headset by Monster worth £199.  This tariff also includes O2’s  ‘Get a new phone: 1 month early’ off. Up the tariff to £32 a month and you’ll get an extra 300 minutes and can upgrade three months early.

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Tesco Mobile

If you don’t want to be tied into a long phone contract and you already have a smartphone, then this SIM-only deal from Tesco is worth considering. £10 a month gets you 500 minutes, 5000 texts and 500MB of data over a 12-months. Pay an extra £2.50 and you get the same allowance, but the contract is just 1 month long.

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