Find refurbished and second-hand Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus deals

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus

Big and beautiful: that’s the Galaxy S9 Plus. In terms of features and power, you won’t see huge differences from the S9, but the S9 Plus’s dual-rear cameras and huge 6.2-inch QHD+ display will certainly convert some doubters.

As new Samsung Galaxy models are released, prices will gradually come down on older models as people look to upgrade their phones - particularly for refurbished mobile contracts.

Handset Name Data Amount Monthly Costs
Galaxy S9 Plus (128GB Black) 1GB data £44.59 p/m
Galaxy S9 Plus (128GB Purple) 1GB data £44.59 p/m
Galaxy S9 Plus (128GB Blue) 1GB data £44.59 p/m
Galaxy S9 Plus (128GB Black) 3GB data £46.59 p/m
Galaxy S9 Plus (128GB Blue) 3GB data £46.59 p/m
Galaxy S9 Plus (128GB Purple) 3GB data £46.59 p/m
Best buy deals
  • Galaxy S9 Plus (128GB Black)
    Galaxy S9 Plus
    • 1GB of 4G data
    • Unlimited minutes
    • Unlimited texts
    • £30.00 device cost
    • £44.59 per month
    24 month contract From O2
  • Galaxy S9 Plus (128GB Purple)
    Galaxy S9 Plus
    • 1GB of 4G data
    • Unlimited minutes
    • Unlimited texts
    • £30.00 device cost
    • £44.59 per month
    24 month contract From O2
  • Galaxy S9 Plus (128GB Blue)
    Galaxy S9 Plus
    • 1GB of 4G data
    • Unlimited minutes
    • Unlimited texts
    • £30.00 device cost
    • £44.59 per month
    24 month contract From O2
  • Galaxy S9 Plus (128GB Black)
    Galaxy S9 Plus
    • 3GB of 4G data
    • Unlimited minutes
    • Unlimited texts
    • £30.00 device cost
    • £46.59 per month
    24 month contract From O2
  • Galaxy S9 Plus (128GB Blue)
    Galaxy S9 Plus
    • 3GB of 4G data
    • Unlimited minutes
    • Unlimited texts
    • £30.00 device cost
    • £46.59 per month
    24 month contract From O2
  • Galaxy S9 Plus (128GB Purple)
    Galaxy S9 Plus
    • 3GB of 4G data
    • Unlimited minutes
    • Unlimited texts
    • £30.00 device cost
    • £46.59 per month
    24 month contract From O2

What's the difference between a refurbished Galaxy S9 Plus and a brand-new model?

A refurbished phone is an unwanted handset that has been returned to a mobile supplier or network for whatever reason - possibly due to a fault or the owner simply changed their mind.

If it’s refurbished, it means the phone has been restored to its factory settings and given a thorough maintenance check and repair.

Why choose second-hand over a brand-new model?

Here’s a few reasons why you might want to opt for a refurbished phone:

  • It's cheaper - because a refurbished phone isn’t fresh out of the box, it’ll be cheaper than buying a brand-new model.
  • Warranty - if you buy from an established retailer or one of the major networks, you’ll likely get a warranty. The warranty usually lasts around 12-months, though the time period will vary depending on the manufacturer.
  • Lots of choice over which device, network and allowance.
  • It's eco-friendly - naturally, recycling phones is better for the environment.

Search our deals table of mobile networks and retailers to find a refurbished Galaxy S9 Plus deal.

Use the filters to find the right tariff of minutes, texts and data and storage options. You can also vary the balance between your monthly fee and any upfront cost.

Is the Samsung Galaxy S9 worth buying?

First things first, the immense size of the Galaxy S9 Plus won’t be for everyone - we’re in serious phablet country here. And there may not be enough here to convince current owners of the S9 and S8 Plus to upgrade. But… this is still a fantastic phone.

Throwing together all the best bits of premium Samsung models with a dazzling 6.2-inch screen is a pretty enticing prospect.

Particularly when you consider its extra RAM (6GB) and battery life, 128GB of internal storage, and a camera that boasts dual-aperture technology - which Samsung claims mimics the human eye. Clever stuff.

The Super AMOLED screen is a delight to watch your favourite shows on, and the new Exynos processor means it’s quipped to handle HDR movies and 4K. Gamers will love it, too.

But this super-sized beauty may simply be too big for small hands - and smaller wallets - so it’s worth considering whether the S9 or S8 Plus is a better bet for you.

What’s the difference between a refurbished and nearly new handset?

Generally, a nearly new handset is one that has been returned within seven days. More often than not these handsets would have only left their box a few times.

More phones like the refurbished Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus

If the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus isn't quite what you're looking for, why not take a look at similar handsets below:

That said, if you'd prefer a brand-new Galaxy S9 Plus handset, we list some of the biggest networks and best deals in the UK right here on comparemymobile.co.uk.