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    Hey!

    I'm not sure what to do. I have an iPhone 7. I've always owned an iPhone, and to be honest, they're getting boring. I want something more modern, and I definitely don't want the iPhone X as it's ugly and way too expensive anyway.

    I'm interested in the Samsung S9+ (the plus because I love photography and the plus has a better camera).

    But, I've been using iOS for such a long time, I'm worried I won't like Android. I tried a Samsung S8 for around 2 weeks before returning it because I couldn't get used to Android. It just seemed totally different.

    Or... would it be wiser to keep my iPhone 7? and get a better SIM Only deal? I'm on EE, and the contract comes to an end soon. It's 30GB data (I barely use WiFi) and costs £24.99 per month. On Three, with cashback, the same deal is £12 per month.

    So should I try out Android again and get an S9+, or shall i just stick to my iPhone 7 and get a cheaper SIM Only deal?

    Thanks
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    What is your budget like? It would be the cheaper option to find a SIM only deal and stick with your iPhone. If you wait a year or so, the S9 price will go down.
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    (Original post by cheesecakelove)
    What is your budget like? It would be the cheaper option to find a SIM only deal and stick with your iPhone. If you wait a year or so, the S9 price will go down.
    That's a good shout - thanks for your help
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    The iPhone 7 is still a new phone, and phones haven't improved that much in the year since it came out so I'd hold onto it for now. As you didn't like the S8 there's not much reason to go for the S9 either.

    If you're under 25, Vodafone have launched an MVNO for young people called Voxi that is currently doing unlimited everything plans for £10 a month.
 
 
 
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