Samsung Galaxy S8 and Nokia 3310 SELL OUT as fans try to grab the ultimate deal | Tech | Life & Style

If you were hoping to grab a bargain phone this week you might face some big disappointment.

The and Nokia 3310 have both been selling out fast leaving many unable to pick up an ultimate deal.

Samsung had recently announced an offer that gave customers the incredible chance to “buy one and get one free.”

The deal, which was available via T-Mobile in the US, offered a $750 refund to cover the cost of one of the devices if two were purchased at the same time.

Sadly, it appears the offer was so popular that it’s now sold out with Samsung’s stating on its website, “Apologies but the offer is now sold out. Please shop our other great Galaxy S8 offers.”

And it’s not just Samsung that appears to be struggling to keep up with demand.

and is already in short supply.

One of the main retailers for the Nokia 3110, Carphone Warehouse, is out of stock of the feature phone.

A statement on their website reads, “If you’ve missed out on stock, register your details to make sure you’re kept up to date on when we’ve got more in.”

Vodafone is also selling the 3310 with their website currently offering the device in Dark Blue only although more colours are coming in June.

Virgin Mobile customers can get their hands on the all-new, retro classic Nokia 3310 from tomorrow although it’s unclear how many they have in stock.

Speaking about the launch and high demand for the 3310, Andrew Wilson, UK Buying Director – Mobile at Carphone Warehouse, has said: “We’re delighted to be introducing the new Nokia 3310 to our range today.

“The original Nokia 3310 was one of the most loved devices of our time, mixing the fun of snake with the practicality of its astonishing battery life, so we’re excited to have it back with a fresh new take.

“It’s the perfect device for customers on the hunt for a stylish mobile they can depend on, and at an attractive price point.”

“The interest shown for this reimagined classic has been backed up by…

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