The O2 Black Friday sale is live: save £400 on Apple & Samsung phones, tablets & smartwatches

Here’s the best offers in the O2 Black Friday sale, including mobile phones, tablets, pay monthly and SIM only deals

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Looking for a new phone or contract deal this Black Friday? The O2 Black Friday and Cyber Monday sale is now live, with top sales on Apple and Samsung flagship devices, including mobile phones, tablets and smartwatches. 

In their Black Friday deals, O2 are helping customers save up to £400 on handsets and contracts deals, like SIM only and pay monthly plans. But the deals don’t stop there! O2 are also offering exclusives to their customers who shop during the Black Friday period, including discounts on Disney+ subscriptions. 

The O2 Black Friday sale is promising big cash savings for consumers on both new and refurbished handsets. There are exclusive online offers on a range of refurbished or ‘Like New’ devices from leading manufacturers, helping customers save even more money and cut down on waste.

To view the full O2 Black Friday sale, click the link above. For the top O2 offers, keep reading for our favourite deals.

Top O2 Black Friday deals 

iPhone 12: Monthly tariff £26.55, £20 up front cost

iPhone 12: Monthly tariff £26.55, £20 up front cost
Save up to £252 on the iPhone 12 from O2 this Black Friday. It might not be the latest iPhone model but the iPhone 12 is still a great mobile phone, with a bright 6.1” super retina display, fast charging and 12MP cameras. This plan comes with 150GB of data and unlimited texts and minutes. Deal ends 8th December.

iPhone SE 2020: Monthly tariff £27.25, £20 up front cost

iPhone SE 2020: Monthly tariff £27.25, £20 up front cost
The iPhone SE 2020 deal from O2 helps you save up to £108 and gives you 30GB of data. This device runs on A13 Bionic smartphone chip which offers fast and reliable power. In a 4.1” size, it’s compact and sure to sell out quickly this Black Friday!

iPad 9th generation: Tariff from £15.60, £20 up front cost

iPad 9th generation: Tariff from £15.60, £20 up front cost
If you’re on the search for an iPad this Black Friday, O2 have a great deal on the iPad (9th gen). This iPad has a wide 10.2” screen, ultra wide front camera and comes with 1GB of data. It also works with the Apple Pencil and smart keyboard if you want to add accessories to your iPad tech stack.

Samsung Galaxy S21: Monthly tariff £30.88, £30 up front cost

Samsung Galaxy S21: Monthly tariff £30.88, £30 up front cost
The biggest deal in the O2 Black Friday sale is on Samsung products, including the Samsung Galaxy S21. Save up to £400 on this sleek handset, with unlimited texts and minutes and 60GB of data. This phone has three cameras so you can capture great pictures at any time of the day.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3: Monthly tariff £32.88, £50 up front cost

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3: Monthly tariff £32.88, £50 up front cost
The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 deal from O2 can also save you up to £400. The flip phone is making a comeback and the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 has a 6.7” folding glass display in an armor aluminium frame. The 1.9” cover screen gives quick updates when folded and can take calls or skip songs and notifications.

Samsung Galaxy Watch4 4G: Monthly tariff £9.99, no upfront cost

Samsung Galaxy Watch4 4G: Monthly tariff £9.99, no upfront cost
The top smartwatch deal is the Samsung Galaxy Watch4. It’s timeless design tracks and projects your health and fitness, whether it's your measurements or your workouts. It’s also 5ATM water resistant so you can wear it in the pool to track your swimming sessions.

O2 data poverty plan 

The O2 Black Friday and Cyber Monday sale helps you give back throughout the Black Friday and Christmas shopping period with their data poverty plan.

Alongside their mobile phone, tablets, smartwatches and contract deals, O2 are giving back with the help of their customers. For every plan purchased between 1st November and 31st January, O2 will donate 10GB data to the National Databank to help tackle data poverty.