Compare bill pay phone deals

If you need a new phone, the right monthly bill pay deal could save you hundreds of euro. Here are some of the best bill pay phone deals.

How to find the best bill pay phone deal

To find the best offer, you’ll need to consider:

  • The features you want: e.g. 5G, Face ID, an ultra-wide camera, wireless charging.
  • Its main usage: e.g. taking photos, streaming music, gaming, video messaging.
  • Your usage habits: e.g. how much data and storage you need, calls made abroad or at home.
  • Your budget: e.g. how much you can afford upfront and per month.

Once you know what you want, you can start exploring different phones and their features.

If you’re open to any make of phone, you may find all the features you want for less than you pay for a premium brand.

Compare iPhone prices

Whether you’re looking for Apple’s new iPhone 12 or an older, cheaper model, here are some options to explore and compare costs:

Check out the full range of iPhone deals here.

iPhone 11 for €99 with Three

Get an iPhone 11 for €99 and then just €44.26 per month with All You Can Eat data and 3Plus rewards

Compare Samsung Galaxy offers

If you’re a fan of Samsung Galaxy phones or want to try one for the first time, start your search by selecting one of these handsets:

Check out the full range of Samsung deals here.

Free Galaxy S10 from Vodafone

Get a free Samsung Galaxy S10, and pay €60 a month with Vodafone.

Compare Huawei deals

If you’re not as familiar with Huawei phones, it’s worth taking a look at their features and the value for money they can offer:

Free Huawei P30 Pro

Get a free Huawei P30 Pro 256GB handset with Virgin Media, and pay €40 for 6 months, then €60 for 18 months.

Should you insure your bill pay phone?

If you’re buying an expensive phone, it’s a good idea to make sure you have financial protection in place.

For example, having the right mobile phone insurance would pay for a replacement handset if your phone gets:

  • Lost
  • Stolen
  • Damaged

If your phone is stolen, you’re still responsible for the monthly payments until the contract ends. However, if the phone was insured you’d be given a replacement handset.

Check if your phone is covered on an existing insurance policy first, like your home contents insurance, to avoid paying twice. Our guide: Do you need mobile phone insurance? can help.

Get a SIM only deal with the calls, texts and data you need for less.

It only takes a few minutes to find a cheaper deal and start saving.