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Where to buy the Huawei P9 in the UK

Huawei is hoping to make a big splash with its new high-end phone. The P9, with its dual cameras and metal unibody, will be available SIM-free at a compelling £449 price point, as well as being picked up by all four major network operators. We've rounded up some early pre-order details for the Huawei P9 below, so be sure to check them out if you're considering Huawei's latest handset.

Carphone Warehouse

The high street's biggest independent phone seller has the P9 up for pre-order for £449.99 SIM-free, or on contracts starting at £26 per month. Network options include EE, Vodafone and O2, as well as Carphone's own ID network, which runs on Three's spectrum. The phone is available in grey and silver color options.

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Vmall

Huawei's own online store is taking P9 orders for £449, and offering the grey and silver color options. The first 75 orders will receive a £50 voucher redeemable against purchases of Photobooks, Wall-Art and Calendars from photo store Jessops.

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O2

O2 has confirmed that it'll sell the Huawei P9 in grey, but doesn't have any tariff or price information just yet.

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Vodafone

Vodafone is selling the Huawei P9 in grey on contract, with a free Huawei watch thrown in for good measure. Prices start at £30 per month with no upfront fee.

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EE

EE has confirmed that it'll range the Huawei P9 in grey, but hasn't announced any further details.

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Three

Three has confirmed that it'll be carrying the P9, and says it hopes to share more information soon.

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Tempted by the Huawei P9? Be sure to shout out in the comments and share your thoughts!

Alex Dobie
Alex Dobie

Alex was with Android Central for over a decade, producing written and video content for the site, and served as global Executive Editor from 2016 to 2022.

4 Comments
  • I want one in Canada T-T
  • EMUI noooohhh I don't wanna know Posted via the Android Central App
  • I thought it was announced that this would be released on April 16. Doesn't look that way at all...
  • Being roughly a hundred dollars cheaper than the also recently announced HTC 10, I think this is alreayd a good deal. The phone can compete with its specs than the more expensive HTC https://versus.com/en/huawei-p9-vs-htc-10 , One advantage worth mentioning is the force touch, which can easily drive the phone's price up.