O2 has been killing it with deals recently, we’ve been seeing some of our absolute favourite offers coming up with this provider in the start of 2019. While offers from O2 themselves aren’t too strong, 3rd party retailers (like Mobiles.co.uk and Carphone Warehouse) have been throwing out consistently strong deals with O2.
The company has been one of the best networks in the UK for some time. It’s the network that’s renowned for its extra Priority reward giveaways. And if you switch to the O2 network you obviously want to be sure you’re getting the best deals that O2 has to offer, and that’s where this page comes in!
We’ve rounded up all of the best O2 phone deals on the best handsets – from the iPhone XR and Samsung Galaxy S10 down to the cheaper P20 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S9.
And if you’re still not sure about O2, you can browse the best phone deals at other networks, too – simply head to our best mobile phone deals page.
And if the deal you’ve found is being offered by retailer Mobiles.co.uk and costs at least £10 upfront, then make sure you enter our exclusive 10OFF discount code at the checkout to knock a tenner off.
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Huawei P30 Pro deals on O2:
The latest and greatest from Huawei, the P30 Pro is now easily our choice for best smartphone camera on the market. Combine top of the line camera quality with an impressive battery life and beautiful screen and you get easily one of the best phones on the market.
Samsung Galaxy S10 deals on O2:
Samsung’s newest release, this phone is rocking a completely flat, notch-less screen with a pin hole camera, giving it a unique style. Whether it’s the triple cameras on the back, fast processor or reverse charging, there is a lot to love here.
Samsung Galaxy S10e deals on O2:
Samsung’s brand new budget flagship, the S10e features high-end specs for an affordable price. If you want the best Samsung has but don’t want to have to pay through the roof to get it, this is the way to go. With all of the same features as the S10 with a few cutbacks, this is a high-end phone with mid-range pricing.
iPhone 11 deals on O2:
The iPhone 11 has come along to offer fans of Apple a 2019 device without going all out on cost. It arrived with a SIM-free price less than the iPhone XR on release while boosting specs in almost every department – better screen, the fastest CPU on the market and a much needed battery development.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 deals on O2:
Every single year, Samsung’s Note design keeps getting better and better. The latest iteration – the Note 10 – is clearly a combination of everything Samsung does well. Yes, the display is only Full HD but through the use of Samsung’s ‘S’ pen, an impressive battery size, a beautiful design and a top-tier video camera, the Note 10 is one of the best phones you can buy right now.
iPhone 8 deals on O2:
The iPhone 8 is possibly now the best cheap iPhone around right now. Yes, its not the cheapest but it sits perfectly in the middle of the market, blending affordability and specs. Want an iPhone but the iPhone 11 above was just far too costly? This will be the way to go.
Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL deals on O2
In 2019 Google came back with a vengeance, doing what they do best – cameras. The Google Pixel 4 promises features ranging from ‘astrophotorgrahy, next level night mode and some improved internal processing power. The battery life isn’t outstanding but the camera and processor sure are.
FAQ on O2 phone deals
What are the benefits of O2?
When it comes to benefits of a O2 phone deal, the best known part comes in the form of O2 Priority. This is a scheme which offers the likes of competition entries, free tickets, coffees and other benefits.
Those that sign up with O2 also get access to events that O2 is sponsoring and most importantly, O2 covers 98% of the UK when it comes to coverage meaning you should never be worrying about signal.
Can I keep my number when I switch to O2?
You sure can, if you switch over to an O2 mobile deal and want to keep your old number, then simply call your old network, get a PAC code and transition it over.
If you were previously on O2, you can still keep your number but it is slightly more complicated. They won’t let you keep your number, so you have to use this workaround. Buy a free pay-as-you-go SIM from any other network and tell your network that you’re moving.
They’ll release the PAC code, which you then give to the substitute network. Then, you immediately get another PAC code from them. Take that to your old network, and they’ll move your number to your new contract. Long winded, but easier than learning a new number!
Can I use my O2 phone abroad?
Like all of the other networks, O2 covers your roaming charges when you’re in Europe. Stray out of that area and you will have to start paying additional costs for the data, minutes and texts you use.
Travelling outside of Europe? O2 has a number of different schemes and packages to help you deal with that – you can find them all on the O2 website.