This flagship smartphone launched last year and was regarded as one of the best devices of 2017.
But with its new S9 sibling now in stores, prices continue to tumble for the Galaxy S8 and a new offer sees things to dropped to an unbelievable low.
The latest contract is giving Samsung fans the chance to pick up the S8 for just £23 per month.
This deal includes 4GB of data plus unlimited calls and texts on the Vodafone network.
Perhaps one of the best parts of this new offer is that arrives with a free Galaxy handset meaning there’s no upfront fee to pay
Over the course of the two-year contract, you’ll pay just £552 which is £137 cheaper than device originally cost at launch SIM-free.
If you don’t fancy a contract then there is another very cheap offer on the Galaxy S8 with Samsung slashing the prices on its website.
This cut means you can now grab the S8 directly from the Korean technology firm for just £499.
Samsung is including five colours as part of this deal which means Midnight Black, Orchid Grey, Coral Blue, Arctic Silver and Rose Pink are all available.
If you want a bigger display, the Galaxy S8+ is also on offer with this smartphone now costing just £699 – a saving of £110 off the original price.
As a quick reminder, the Galaxy S8 features a 5.8-inch dual-curved AMOLED display, 12-megapixel rear camera and fast processor.
There’s also water-resistant design and the ability to charge its 3,000mAh battery wirelessly.
Plus you get 64GB of storage that can be expanded to 256GB via a MicroSD card.
The larger S8+ includes a 6.2-inch screen and more powerful 3,500mAh battery.
The news of this deal comes at a difficult time for Samsung with analysts claiming that the Galaxy S9 is currently on course to sell less in its launch year than the Galaxy S8.
The experts, who spoke to Reuters, put the lacklustre sales down to increased competition from other “Chinese rivals” such as Xiaomi who are becoming increasingly popular in the region.
Galaxy S9’s lack of “technological wizardry” was also blamed for the soft numbers compared to the Galaxy S8.
The report from Reuters added: “This is expected to drag on profit growth when the Korean conglomerate posts second-quarter earnings on Friday.”