These are the carrier deals for the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge in the UK

Himanshu, 22 February, 2016

In case you missed, the US pricing and availability for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge is already out. However, if you are in the UK, you'll be glad to know that the flagships are already up for pre-order there. As for the pricing, here are the carrier deals for the devices in your country:

EE

Samsung Galaxy S7
EE is offering the 32GB Galaxy S7 at a monthly cost of £49.99 (for 24 months) and an upfront cost of £9.99.

Samsung Galaxy S7 edge
The edge variant (32GB model) can be yours for £9.99 upfront followed by £54.99 per month.

Both handsets are available in Black Onyx and Gold Platinum color options.

O2

Samsung Galaxy S7
O2 is offering the 32GB Galaxy S7 variant for £54 monthly and an upfront cost of £9.99.

Samsung Galaxy S7 edge
The edge version (32GB model), on the other hand, costs less - £9.99 upfront followed by £51 a month for 2 years.

Color options for both flagships include Black Onyx and Gold Platinum.

Vodafone

Samsung Galaxy S7
If you want to purchase the Galaxy S7 from Vodafone, you'll have to shell out £9 upfront followed by £50 a month for the next 24 months.

Samsung Galaxy S7 edge
The edge variant can be yours for as low as £9 upfront followed by 24 monthly instalments of £56 each.

Black Onyx and Gold Platinum color variants are available for both devices.

Three

Samsung Galaxy S7
Three UK is offering the Galaxy S7 (32GB model) for as low as £41 a month on a regular 2-year contract with an upfront payment of £29.

Samsung Galaxy S7 edge
The edge variant can be purchased for as low as £49 upfront followed by 24 monthly instalments of £47 a month.

As with all other carriers mentioned here, Three also has both handsets in Black Onyx and Gold Platinum color options.

Those pre-ordering the devices (from any of the carriers) before March 6 will receive their unit(s) on March 8, which is three days before their general release.

Source (EE) | O2 | Vodafone | Three UK


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Reader comments

  • TescoMobileFam

Why is Tesco Mobile not on this article? it's probably the best deal if you're not too fussed about the VR, has no upfront cost and runs off o2 so is just as reliable as the main network.

  • anonymous

The reason all these deals are so expensive is becuase they all come with 'freebies', they need to make some of the money back somewhere. Tesco mobile seems to have dominated the s7/edge tarrifs. o2 might not have the best coverage at the moment, but...

  • Sim only Bob

not compared to Tesco mobile. The prices and allowances are much better.

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