Samsung's latest flagship, the Galaxy S6 Edge+, was made available for pre-orders in the UK yesterday. To make things simpler for you, we compiled a comparative chart of pre-order tariffs being offered by major network operators.
Before you take your calculators out, just in case you missed the launch, the Galaxy S6 Edge+ is a 5.7 inch phablet featuring curves at both ends, a QHD Super AMOLED curved display, wireless charging as well as 16MP and 5MP cameras. The phone comes with a six month free subscription to Google Play Music and you will be able to choose among Gold Platinum, Black Sapphire and other colours.
The handset is now available for pre-order on EE, Vodafone, Three and O2's online stores. Here's a comparison of their tariffs and data packages for the 32GB variant:
Pay As You Go
If you have chosen an offer which is better than the ones being offered by the big four network operators, you can use the Pay As You Go option to buy the phone off the shelf without signing up for any contracts. As of now, O2 is offering the Galaxy S6 Edge+ on Pay As You Go from £619.99 onwards, and you can get the same from Three for £679.99 with an add-on charge of £15.
Pay Monthly offers, besides being the most popular, also offer a variety of data packs based on your needs. Here's a list for you:
Please note that upfront costs may vary between operators and respective data packages.