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Android phone deals

Android phones from Samsung, Google, OPPO, Sony, OnePlus and more.

Choose from affordable, budget phones to top-of-the-range models.

List of contract phone deals

Sorted by: Uswitch Promoted

  1. Samsung Galaxy S24 128GB

    Uses Three's Network

    Samsung Galaxy S24 phone imageiD Mobile logo

    £29.99 a month£9.00 upfront costMonthly cost will rise every April by inflation (CPI) plus 3.9%.

    £728.76 total cost

    Unlimited5G data

    24 month contract

    • Free roaming up to 30GB
    • Best Network for Data
    via iD Mobile
  2. Google Pixel 8a 128GB

    Uses Three's Network

    Google Pixel 8a phone imageiD Mobile logo

    £19.99 a month£19.00 upfront costMonthly cost will rise every April by inflation (CPI) plus 3.9%.

    £498.76 total cost

    Unlimited5G data

    24 month contract

    • Free roaming up to 30GB
    • Best Network for Data
    via iD Mobile
  3. Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra 256GB

    Uses Three's Network

    Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra phone imageiD Mobile logo

    £39.99 a month£49.00 upfront costMonthly cost will rise every April by inflation (CPI) plus 3.9%.

    £1008.76 total cost

    100 GBof 5G data

    24 month contract

    • Free roaming up to 30GB
    • Data rollover
    • Best Network for Data
    via iD Mobile
  4. Samsung Galaxy S22 128GB

    Samsung Galaxy S22 phone imageThree Mobile logo

    £24.00 a monthNo upfront costMonthly cost will rise every April by inflation (CPI) plus 3.9%.

    £576.00 total cost

    Unlimited5G data

    24 month contract

    • 2 months free insurance
    via Fonehouse
  5. Samsung Galaxy S23 FE 128GB

    Samsung Galaxy S23 FE  phone imageThree Mobile logo

    £26.00 a monthNo upfront costMonthly cost will rise every April by inflation (CPI) plus 3.9%.

    £624.00 total cost

    300 GBof 5G data

    24 month contract

    • 2 months free insurance
    via Fonehouse
  6. Samsung Galaxy A55 128GB

    Uses Three's Network

    Samsung Galaxy A55 phone imageiD Mobile logo

    £21.99 a monthNo upfront costMonthly cost will rise every April by inflation (CPI) plus 3.9%.

    £527.76 total cost

    Unlimited5G data

    24 month contract

    • Free roaming up to 30GB
    • Best Network for Data
    via iD Mobile
  7. Samsung Galaxy A14 64GB

    Samsung Galaxy A14 phone imageThree Mobile logo

    £14.00 a monthNo upfront costMonthly cost will rise every April by inflation (CPI) plus 3.9%.

    £336.00 total cost

    300 GBof 5G data

    24 month contract

    • 2 months free insurance
    via Fonehouse
  8. Samsung Galaxy S23 128GB

    Samsung Galaxy S23 phone imageThree Mobile logo

    £29.00 a monthNo upfront costMonthly cost will rise every April by inflation (CPI) plus 3.9%.

    £696.00 total cost

    300 GBof 5G data

    24 month contract

    • 2 months free insurance
    via Fonehouse
  9. Google Pixel 7a 128GB

    Uses Three's Network

    Google Pixel 7a phone imageiD Mobile logo

    £14.99 a month£19.00 upfront costMonthly cost will rise every April by inflation (CPI) plus 3.9%.

    £378.76 total cost

    100 GBof 5G data

    24 month contract

    • Free roaming up to 30GB
    • Data rollover
    via Mobiles.co.uk
  10. Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5 256GB

    Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5 phone imageThree Mobile logo

    £36.00 a month£35.00 upfront costMonthly cost will rise every April by inflation (CPI) plus 3.9%.

    £899.00 total cost

    Unlimited5G data

    24 month contract

    • 2 months free insurance
    via Fonehouse
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What is an Android phone?

Android phones are smartphones that are powered by the Android operating system. They include the Samsung Galaxy range, as well as phones from Google, OPPO, OnePlus and Sony.

Android phone deals: how much should I expect to pay?

The price of Android phones ranges from well below £300 for the cheapest models when you buy outright and off-contact, right up to more than £1,200 or more for the top-of-the-range handsets.

Buying an Android phone outright and then getting a SIM only deal tends to work out much cheaper than buying it as part of a standard monthly contract.

But the catch is that you’ll need a hefty sum upfront to cover the cost of buying the phone.

Monthly contract pricing for Android phone deals also varies widely. Want an older phone? You could pay as little as £10-£15 per month.

Go for a newer high-end model and you’re looking at an average of £40-50 per month. But expect to pay a lot more if you buy when it’s just come out.

In the comparison tables on this Android phones deals page, you’ll find a selection of phones from different manufacturers.

Filter by price, monthly allowances or just the handset you like the look of to get the Android phone deal that’s right for you.

Periodically networks will offer Android phone deals with double-data promotions and free gifts. We’ll flag these in our comparison tables to make them easier to find.

Which Android phones are best?

Different Android phone manufacturers have different strengths.

For instance, Samsung Galaxy S phones generally lead the way with cutting-edge features, but are among the most expensive. Google Pixel phones have some of the best software for processing and taking photos.

Motorola and Oppo phones typically offer some good features at a competitive price.

And Sony phones stand out for their camera capabilities and the quality of their screens.

In our reviews section, we put all the latest phones through their paces.

Android vs iPhone: which is better?

Choosing between Android phones and iPhones is largely a matter of personal preference.

But below we’ve compiled a list of the reasons you may want to choose an Android phone over an iPhone.

New features tend to arrive on Android first

From multi-lens cameras to curved screens, it’s usually Android phones that lead the way. The same goes for specifications, with the top-end Android phones usually featuring more powerful processors, higher-grade cameras and larger screens a long time before they arrive on iPhones.

They can be a lot cheaper

You can pick up a very good, new Android phone for a few hundred pounds. And if you’re not fussed about owning a new model, they can be had much cheaper still.

The entry-level iPhone SE is £419.

Free gifts

If you shop around you can get some very good free gifts with Android phones, such as cases, camera accessories and even VR headsets. The freebies are usually especially good if you pre-order, with networks in the past having given away freebie bundles worth hundreds of pounds. That’s on top of customer reward schemes, double-data incentives and the like.

However, incentives networks offer to are much more limited. So you may get double-data and customer rewards, but free gifts are a no-no

More scope to customise your phone

When you buy an iPhone, you’re not able to change the look and feel of the phone. Choose Android and you can customise the homescreen with wallpapers and themes to make the phone really feel like your own.

More choice

iPhones let you choose between three screen sizes, all of which feature broadly similar designs and materials. The sheer range of manufacturers making Android phones means there’s a much wider choice of designs, materials and sizes to pick from.

If you're still not convinced, then check out all of our latest iPhone deals to see which you'd prefer of the two.