LAST CHANCE! Get a free Nintendo Switch with Huawei P20 Pro in this Black Friday deal

EE is handing out one of the best freebies of Black Friday 2018

Free Nintendo Switch Huawei P20 Pro Black Friday Deal

UPDATE: we have just been told that this deal ends at close of play today. What time that means exactly, we don't know, so if you want a free Switch you need to be fast.

EE has taken the wraps off a scarily good Black Friday deal on the Huawei P20 Pro, which includes a free Nintendo Switch with your brand-new handset.

Yes, you did just read that correctly. EE is handing out a free games console – just in time for Christmas. As Black Friday freebies go, this one is going to be nigh-on impossible to beat.

Not will you walk away with a free Nintendo Switch, but you'll also be getting one of the most impressive smartphones on the market right now. Although it launched back in March, the P20 Pro is still the flagship handset in the best-selling P series from Huawei.

The P20 Pro boasts a triple camera set-up on the back of the phone, combining a  large 40-megapixel primary colour camera with a 20-megapixel monochrome lens and an eight megapixel telephoto camera. Working together, the three cameras add beautiful gradual bokeh-style blur to the background of portrait photographs and salvage images in gruelling low-light conditions.

In our five-star review, we described the Huawei P20 Pro as "powerful, refined, fast, stylish and, most importantly of all, desirable."

Get a free Nintendo Switch with Huawei P20 Pro on EE with 10GB of 4G data, unlimited texts and unlimited minutes for £53 a month and no upfront cost

The new deal isn't just available with the Huawei P20 Pro, either. EE is offering new customers the chance to bag a free Nintendo Switch with a slew of Huawei and Nokia branded handsets in its Black Friday sales. These include the Nokia 7.1, Huawei Mate 20 Lite, and Nokia 3.1, and more. 

All of the qualifying monthly plans come with 10GB of superfast 4G mobile data, as well as unlimited text messages and minutes. Like all EE contracts, you'll get access to three free months of BT Sport to stream on all your devices – and cast to your TV,  as well as six free months of Apple Music.

If you're looking for the cheapest way to get your hands on a free Nintendo Switch from EE, look no further than the Nokia 3.1 for £33 a month with no upfront cost.

You haven't got long left to decide which handset you want to go with your free games console. Find the full list of qualifying handsets below, as well as links to the EE store –

Huawei P20 Pro with 10GB of data for £53 a month | No upfront cost

The P20 Pro has been one of the stand out phones of 2018 and has shown that Huawei is a serious competitor to Samsung and Apple. It was the first Huawei handset to use the triple-camera set-up on the back for dramatically improved low-light shots.View Deal

Huawei P20 Lite with 10GB of data for £38 a month | No upfront cost

The cheapest deal if you're looking to to get both a Huawei-branded device and a Nintendo Switch still is a very good phone.View Deal

Huawei Mate 20 Lite with 10GB of data for £43 a month | No upfront cost

If you like the sound of the Mate 20 Pro, but don't want to cough-up for the maxed-out model, then the Mate 20 Lite is a condensed version that should meet all your needs. It also has a smaller notch.View Deal

Nokia 7.1 with 10GB of data for £43 a month | No upfront cost

Incredibly competitively priced for what you're getting. The Nokia 7.1 is a mid-range phone with a solid camera, small notch, and an untouched Android OS experience. And it's only just hit the market.View Deal

Nokia 3.1 with 10GB of data for £33 a month | No upfront cost

This is the cheapest phone on this list but it is by no means a bad phone with decent specs for a cheap price. And a free Nintendo Switch. Bargain!View Deal

Aaron Brown
Aaron Brown

As a Staff Writer for T3, Aaron writes about almost anything shiny and techie. When he’s not barking orders at Alexa-powered microwaves or gawping at 5G speed tests, Aaron covers everything from smartphones, tablets and laptops, to speakers, TVs and smart home gadgets.