Nokia 3.1 Plus Deals
We've compared 45 Nokia 3.1 Plus deals.
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The cheapest contract price is £11.82 per month on average over 24 months with an upfront cost of £19.99. For a free device, the best price is £11.99 per month on average. These may not be the best offers - there are factors such as data allowance, network and contract length to consider depending on your needs.
Upgrades are available starting from £15 average per month. These plans are only available if you're an existing customer of the network - you'll keep your number with no disruption in service.
SIM-Free (unlocked, no SIM) and Pay-as-you-go (locked, with SIM) deals can be found from £129.99 in the SIM-Free tab if wish to purchase without a contract.
The stylish Nokia 3.1 Plus has dual rear cameras, fast web browsing speeds, GPS and access to map services, a fingerprint scanner for quick and private access, a 3.5mm headphone jack, as well as great call sound quality.
- Operating System
- Mediatek MT6762
- Display Size
- Screen Resolution
- 720 x 1440
- Rear Camera
- 13 Megapixels
- Front Camera
- 8 Megapixels
- 156.9 x 76.4 x 8.2 mm
- 180 grams
- Sim Card Type
- Nano SIM
- Talk Time
- Info unavailable
- Screen Type
- IPS LCD
- 802.11 b/g/n
- 4.2 with A2DP, LE
- 2G, 3G, 4G
- SD Card Slot
- MIcroSd up to 400 GB
- Camera Resolution
- 720 x 1440
- Water Resistance
- Not rated
15GB offer from Carphone Warehouse
£30 per month, with FREE phone.
High data allowance.
Great 5GB offer from Carphone Warehouse
£18.99 per month, with FREE phone.
Good data allowance for everyday use.
What type of deal do I need?
Unless you'd like to buy the device outright starting from £129.99 there are two main types of plan:
These are meant for new customers to the network - for example if you're currently on EE but you'd like to switch to O2. We have 30 new customer contract Nokia 3.1 Plus deals available from O2, iD, Vodafone and EE.
If you're an existing EE, O2 or Vodafone customer you can place an upgrade order if you wish to stay with them with no interuptions and keep the same number and SIM. You're usually able to upgrade 30-45 days before the end of your contract depending on your current network. There are 12 of these types of plan currently available.
We've found that in most cases new customer contracts work out to be the best value. Don't worry about losing your number, the process for transferring is simple. It involves contacting your current network and asking for a PAC code - this is then given to your new network to port your old number to your new SIM.
Check out our Contracts Vs Upgrades guide for a full overview of the pros and cons of each.
What contract length should I go for?
The most popular contract length is 24 months and will be suitable for most people. You'll have a fixed allowance of data, minutes and texts over this period and you'll pay the same amount per month. Although you may find there is a small rise each spring in-line with RPI inflation (usually 1-4%).
However some networks are offering more flexible 30 and 36 month contracts. With these you're able to adjust your tariff up and down each month if you find your usage changing. The line rental and device payments are split too, meaning you can pay the device portion off early and upgrade before the full term if you wish.
How do I order?
After you've made your choice of colour, storage size and the plan that suits you best click the "Get Deal" button on the deal card. You'll be transferred to the retailer's or network's website where you can place your order. Please note that we are a price comparison service - your order is not placed with us, but with the retailer directly.
What if I change my mind after I order?
If your order hasn't been dispatched yet, then you may be able call the customer service number found on the retailer's site and cancel. If you've already received the phone, you have 14 days after taking delivery to request a return - even if you've opened the packaging and used it. It's equivalent to going into a phone shop and trying their display models before you buy, since you weren't able to do this beforehand having bought online. Some networks may opt to offer even longer evaluation periods to make sure you're fully satisfied with their signal coverage.