SFR also offers sales on its website, with a nuance of size. On certain models of bare smartphones, the prices displayed are the lowest that we can currently find on the French web.
The best prices on recent smartphones are not necessarily found at Fnac, Boulanger or Cdiscount. SFR indeed launched its sales a few days ago and there are prices even lower than elsewhere on some recent bare smartphones. Just surrender on his smartphone tips page to find some pearls.
Here are some great deals to do at SFR:
Prices that can be lowered even further, sometimes lowering them down to 1 euro in immediate purchase, by combining them with a 5G package from SFR.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE at 559 euros or 1 euro (+8 euros per month) with a 5G plan
The all new Samsung Galaxy S21 seems too expensive to you and you are not convinced by its novelties? The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE (here in its 4G version) is a great alternative. As a reminder, this is the version ” improved by fans »Of the Galaxy S20.
The two phones generally share the same technical sheet (same chip, same storage space, same battery), but the FE version offers a slightly revised design with a completely flat screen and a plastic shell as well as a photo module a little less ambitious than the Galaxy S20, but just as effective. A slightly lighter version, therefore, but without really embarrassing compromise.
Mostly, the Galaxy S20 FE is today at 559 euros when it is bought naked in the SFR store. This is an excellent price for this high-end device released last fall at a price of 659 euros.
Finally, note that if you combine the Galaxy S20 FE with a 5G 100 GB package from SFR, its immediate purchase price drops to only 1 euro (after ODR). However, an additional monthly payment of 8 euros must be added to the monthly price of the package – 35 euros per month the first year then 50 euros per month the second year – for 24 months.
The Oppo Reno4 Pro from 19 euros (with a 5G plan) to 499 euros
In less than two years, Oppo has managed to establish itself as one of the best manufacturers of high-end smartphones in France. This Oppo Reno4 Pro is the best proof of this. It is a particularly successful design device with its matt frosted glass shell, its screenborderless90 Hz and its discreet punch for the front camera.
It is also and above all a smartphone that embeds everything that one would expect from a good high-end device: 256 GB of storage space, 12 GB of RAM, a triple rear photo sensor, 5G compatibility and a 4000 mAh battery that can be recharged from 0 to 80% in just 20 minutes.
When it was released last October, the editorial staff of Frandroid criticized it for its too high price: it was sold for 799 euros. Three months later, here he is already losing 300 euros on the SFR store to go to 499 euros. At this price, it’s one of the best value for money around.
Finally, if the price of 499 euros still seems too high to you, it is possible to lower its immediate purchase price to only 19 euros (after ODR) by associating it with a 5G 100 GB package from SFR. However, an additional monthly payment of 5 euros must be added to the monthly price of the package – 35 euros per month the first year then 50 euros per month the second year – for 24 months.
The Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro from 121 euros (with a 5G plan) to 549 euros
The Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro is the latest flagship released by Xiaomi in France, at the start of the 2020 school year. With this new smartphone, Xiaomi’s goal was to tick as many boxes as possible in the thick specification entitled “ High-end smartphone from 2020 ”.
A 144 Hz screen? Checked. A Snapdragon 865 chip? Also checked. A main 108 megapixel photo sensor? Obviously checked, and as there was some space left, Xiaomi also added an ultra-wide-angle sensor and a macro device. It is difficult to fault this device as it is generous.
The last box to check is obviously the price. Launched at 599 euros in its 12 + 256 GB version, the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro is now available at a price of 549 euros at SFR.
Here again, it is possible to drop its immediate purchase price to 1 euro (after ODR) by associating it with a 5G 100 GB package from SFR. We must also add an additional monthly payment of 5 euros to the monthly price of the package – 35 euros per month the first year then 50 euros per month the second year – for 24 months.
What does SFR’s 5G 100 GB plan offer?
In recent weeks, SFR has been offering new 5G packages. The most financially interesting is the 5G 100 GB package. This is a package with a two-year commitment, priced at 35 euros per month for the first year, then 50 euros for the second year. This very complete package includes:
- An envelope of 100 GB of data in 5G and 4G.
- 100 GB of data from Europe, the French overseas departments, Switzerland and Andorra.
- Unlimited calls, unlimited SMS & MMS from France to all landlines and mobiles in mainland France and overseas departments.
- Unlimited calls, unlimited SMS & MMS from Europe, the DOM, Switzerland and Andorra.
Especially by combining this package with a smartphone from the SFR store, it is possible to significantly reduce their price, often by several hundred euros.