Samsung Galaxy S8

Compare Samsung Galaxy S8 deals

Compare the best Samsung Galaxy S8 mobile phone deals. Choose from the latest Samsung Galaxy S8 contracts and SIM free offers Read more

Capacity: 64GB


Colour: Black

Sorted by Monthly cost
  • Best sellers
  • Monthly cost
  • Total cost
  • Data
Filter by:


Samsung Apple Google Sony Xiaomi Oppo Doro Nokia


Samsung Galaxy Z FlipSamsung Galaxy S20 5GSamsung Galaxy S20 5GSamsung Galaxy S10Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G

Monthly cost

Up to £ 30
Up to £ 40
Up to £ 60
Up to £ 70

Upfront cost

Up to £ 100
Up to £ 300
Up to £ 500



Only show 5G deals


Sky Mobile EE Vodafone Virgin Mobile Voxi iD Mobile O2 Three Tesco Mobile


Sky Mobile The Carphone Warehouse iD Mobile Vodafone O2 BT Three Tesco Mobile

Contract length


Show only handsets

Clear filters Show results
No deals found.
No deals found with these filters

Samsung Galaxy S8 Specification

  • Capacity
  • 64GB
  • Battery
  • Up to 20 hours
  • Camera
  • 12 MP
  • Screen Size
  • 5.8" in
  • SIM Type Nano SIM
  • Internal memory 64GB
  • Cellular support 2G 3G 4G
  • Maximum Talk-time Up to 20 hours
  • Bluetooth 5.0 with LE, ANT+
  • GPS A-GPS, GLONASS and Beidou
  • Wifi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
  • Weatherproofing / IP Rating IP68 - Dust and water resistant over 1.5 meter and 30 minutes
  • Operating System Android
  • Colour BLACK
  • Weight (grams) 155
  • Memory card slot MicroSD up to 256GB
  • Processor 2.3 Ghz Quad-core & 1.7 GHz Quad-core
  • Chipset Exynos 8995 Octa
  • Dimensions 148.9 x 68.1 x 8 mm
  • Screen resolution 2960 x 1440
  • Screen size 5.8"
  • Screen type Super AMOLED
  • Camera Megapixels 12
  • Camera Flash Dual-LED
  • Selfie Camera 8 Megapixels

Samsung Galaxy S8 Deals

When it comes to getting a new phone, the choice can be somewhat mind-boggling. With Samsung, you can be assured of quality and reputation as they have a long-standing relationship with the mobile phone market. They also have one of the largest ranges of any provider. Their flagship handsets are the Note series and the S series, so with these, you are getting the best of innovation and technology.

The Galaxy S8 is now considered to be an older model because the S9 and S10 have been released however in terms of relevance they still offer an up to the minute performance and are really in demand handsets. The good news for customers is that because they are a couple of years old they have come down in price, and the deals on offer bring this handset into the reach of a wider audience, so you can bag a substantial bargain and still have a handset that will see you through the next few years. To help you decide what to get we have reviewed handsets and network providers, and you can read all about them here and compare them with many others to be sure you are getting the best for you. 

Samsung Galaxy S8 Contract Offers

When it comes to choosing a contract, you will again find that there are loads on offer and it can be tricky to know where to start. Each network provider will be claiming to have the best deal, so it is essential that you understand how contracts work in order to make sure you get a phone deal that suits your lifestyle. Firstly you need to consider how much talk time and how many texts you have each month. In theory, there are plenty of unlimited deals out there which means you do not have to worry about going over your allowance.

If you have a fixed number of minutes or texts and use more than you are entitled to, then you will be charged at a higher rate, and this will be added to your bill. It comes as a shock to people when their bill is more than expected, but there is usually a good explanation and sadly down to user error. Premium rate numbers are not included in these allowances, and that goes for the newer text numbers, things like texting television or radio shows, donating money to charities and entering competitions. All of these are chargeable even for unlimited contracts, so you need to be aware of this if you use them. 

Samsung Galaxy S8 Big Data Deals

Data is one area that often catches people out, so again it is essential to understand what you need and what impact that has on how you use your handset. We use data when there is no access to WiFi, and for some people, their handset is their primary method of accessing the Internet. How much you use the 4G or 5G network instead of WiFi determines how much data you need. Any process that involves the Internet on 4G or 5G starts to work through your data, something like sending and receiving emails is quite low on data, whereas streaming high-definition movies takes a lot of data.

The most data-intensive process is using your mobile phone to tether a laptop or tablet so that it can access the Internet. Big data deals are specifically designed for people who do use a lot of data, and they bring a large allowance and an affordable price. You will find there are some deals that offer unlimited data, but of course, this is more expensive. However, you need to work with what you need; otherwise, you will just be paying extra charges and a lot more in the long run.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Cheapest Deals

So getting the best deal for you involves establishing what you need from a contract, and then looking for deals in that area. There are so many network providers that you will find a range of extras to tempt you to sign with them. Sometimes you can trade off a slightly more expensive contract for the benefit that you would’ve otherwise paid for. For example, many network providers offer free access to streaming services such as Amazon prime video, Spotify, Apple Music, or BT sports so You wouldn’t need a subscription to these independently. Another way to change the cost of the contract is to alter the length. A standard contract tends to run for two years, but they’re all providers happy to offer a three-year deal which will bring your monthly payment down but obviously tie you in for longer.

For some people, this is not an issue, and they are happy to be tied for 36 months in order to access a better rate. Finally, there is cashback which is a benefit applied directly to your account to lower the monthly payment giving you access to something that is worth more. In some cases, the cashback is automatically applied; in others, you will need to claim it yourself.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Sim Free Deals

Of course, you can always purchase the handset without a contract, and this is known as a Sim-free deal. The phone will be sent with no Sim card, and you will need to get one from another source in order for it to work. Sometimes pay-as-you-go customers would prefer to stay contract-free, and this is an excellent way to get a new handset.

Other times customers are midway through a contract and want to change their phone, purchasing a new handset is cheaper than breaking the contract and moving on. You pay the full value of the handset upfront, but again you will benefit from the competitive nature of the industry and be offered other incentives such as free gifts in the form of games consoles, tablet, wearables or other mobile phone accessories. These are also offered to pay monthly customers and are well worth having.