With more than one million offers available, some of the most sought after include mobile phone deals, with impressive savings on iPhones and Android devices.
So, if you’re looking to save a few pounds on a new SIM-free phone, now is the time to invest.
As part of Prime Day, the retailer is offering price cuts on some of the biggest mobile phone brands on the market with discounts of up to 35 per cent across top-tier devices and more budget-friendly options.
We will be updating this guide as each smartphone offer comes through to bring you the very best deals.
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Amazon Prime Day best Apple iPhone deals
Apple iPhone XS (64GB) – was £999, now £849
Apple iPhone XS Max (64GB) – was £1,099, now £901
Apple iPhone XR (64GB) – was £749, now £639
Apple iPhone 8 (64GB) – was £599, now £445
Apple iPhone 7 (32GB) – was £449, now £345
Amazon Prime Day best Samsung deals
Samsung Galaxy S8 (64GB) – was £623.99, now £309
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 (128GB) – was £899, now £529
Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus (128GB) – was £869, now £599
Samsung Galaxy A8 (32GB) – was £337.99, now £225
Samsung Smartphone Galaxy Note 8 (64GB) – was £783.99, now £389
Amazon Prime Day best Huawei deals
Huawei P20 Lite (64GB) – was £329.99, now £169.99
Huawei Y7 2019 (32GB) – was £179.99, now £134.99
Huawei P Smart+ 2019 (64GB) – was £249.99, now £204.99
Amazon Prime Day best Nokia deals
Nokia 2.1 with Entertainment Flip Cover – was £107.77, now £59.99
Amazon Prime Day best Motorola deals
Motorola Moto G7 (64GB) – was £239, now £179
Amazon Prime Day best Honor deals
Honor 8X (64GB) – was £229.99, now £190
Honor 10 (128GB) – was £399.99, now £209
Honor 8A (32GB) – was £139.99, now £104.99
Amazon Prime Day best OnePlus deals
OnePlus 6 (128GB) – was £519, now £399
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