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This ridiculous Samsung Galaxy S9 deal just got even cheaper

We've seen quite a few great Black Friday deals on smartphones this year, but this one beats them all. The Samsung Galaxy S9 is one of the best camera phones on the market right now, and this exclusive offer from takes the total cost for two whole years down to just £606, which is an incredible deal. So good, in fact, there are only a limited number on offer – so you'll want to snap this up fast.

Here's what you need to know. The upfront cost for the Galaxy S9 handset is usually £199, but pop in the TECH49 discount code to drop that down to £150. Then you'll pay just £19 per month, for 4GB of data (on the UK's fastest 4G network, EE) and unlimited texts and calls. Want it now? Next day delivery is included.

For designers and other creatives, having a trusted way to record an idea when inspiration strikes is vital. Nowadays that tends to comes in the form of a smart device, with a camera and note-taking services. But good smartphones don't come cheap, which is why we're so excited about this deal.

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The Galaxy S9 screen delivers phenomenal image quality

But why should you choose a Galaxy S9 over other leading smartphones? Phone choice is a very personal thing, and being a (usually loyal) Android or Apple user will obviously have an impact on your decision. But if you are a die-hard Android fan, or thinking of making the switch, this is the deal for you. 

Not only is the Galaxy S9 is the most powerful Android phone available, it has a plethora of features just waiting to help you unleash your creativity. As well as a top-notch camera, the Galaxy S9 also has a flawless screen, which utilises Super AMOLED technology to deliver phenomenal image quality. 

Still not sure? There are a few similar deals that all work out more expensive, but have different features and price structures, if that's what you're after. Take a look:

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Kerrie Hughes

Kerrie Hughes is editor of Creative Bloq. Kerrie was staff writer for 3D World magazine before joining the original Creative Bloq team in 2012. Since then she's written regularly for other publications, including ImagineFX, 3D World and Computer Arts magazines.