Pay Monthly on the Galaxy Note 2

The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is now available on buy now pay monthly with no deposit, on both Pay Monthly Contract or Sim Free. This Galaxy Note 2 is the updated version of the successful Samsung Galaxy Note, which was something of a hybrid between and smartphone and a tablet device, referred to as a “phablet” by the press!
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The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 features a powerful quad core processor backed up with an impressive 2GB of RAM for seamless multitasking. This latest version is bigger than the original measuring 151.1mm x 80.5mm x 9.4mm, but is slightly slimmer. The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is compatible with 4G, though at the time of writing this is not widely available in the UK.

But the stand-out feature is no doubt the 5.5 inch super AMOLED capacitative touchscreen, with 16 million colours and a resolution of 720 x 1280 and pixel density of 267 ppi. The rear facing camera is 8 megapixel unit with a resolution of 3264×2448 pixels with autofocus, LED flash and HD video recording with 1080p definition at 30 frames per second. Available with 16GB, 32GB or 64GB of internal storage and enabled for bluetooth and wi-fi.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 handset is available free on contract available from Vodafone, 3, Orange and O2. Mail order home shopping catalogues sell the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 on a contract basis with various bundles of call minutes, texts and data transfer. For example through the Very catalogue the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is free is on the 24 month contract from just £34 per month which includes the handset, 1000 minutes, 5000 texts and unlimited data transfer.

There are many other deals available on different tariffs and networks including sim free versions in titanium grey or white. Pay as you go deals on the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 from catalogues include 3 months interest free credit and buy now pay over three years.

To find out more about which catalogues offer tablets on finance we recommend Approved Catalogues. They offer a comprehensive guide to the UK’s catalogues including the products they sell, the finance plans and periods they offer to their credit customers, and their interest rates!