Spec comparison: Samsung Galaxy S7 vs LG G5
Samsung is selling the 32GB Galaxy S7 for £569 and if you choose Samsung's upgrade programme, you'll need to pay a deposit amount of £56.90 and £24.58 every month for the next 24 months.
giffgaff will begin selling Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge phones from March 11 both on Pay As You Go as well as Pay Monthly deals with contract durations of up to 24 months.
The two phones will be available on Pay As You Go for £569 and £629 respectively. Along with your phone, you will have the option to purchase a giffgaff PAYG SIM whose pricing will range from £5 to £20. The £20 SIM will give you unlimited minutes, unlimited texts and Always-on UK data.
You can also purchase a Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge on a pay monthly basis for 24 months by paying £25 upfront and £26.97 or £29.94 every month respectively.
Vodafone is offering the Galaxy S7 in Black and Gold colours with several data options. For us, the most attractive one is the Red 20GB Bundle which includes 20GB of data, unlimited texts and minutes and £50 a month for 24 months with an upfront payment of just £9!
You can also choose lower data options with 2GB/4GB per month but even though the monthly cost comes down to the thirties, the upfront cost zooms up to £149 or £169.
O2 has a really special offer that you'll find hard to refuse. The operator wants you to sign up for a tariff plan with 3GB or above monthly data. If you sign up for this, you'll get a free Jabra headset worth £149.99 along with your Galaxy S7!
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Also, if you choose O2's 30GB tariff plan, then the operator will sponsor your upgrade to the next Galaxy phone after 12 months. This plan requires an upfront payment of £9.99 and £59 a month thereafter.
O2 is also offering accessories for the Galaxy S7 like a Clear View Black cover, a flip wallet cover, a keyboard cover, a wireless charging plate and a 64GB microSD card.
If you pre-order a Galaxy S7 from Three today, you'll get it delivered at your doorstep on 8th March, three days prior to the actual release date.
Like other operators, Three is offering a range of data packs with All-you-can-eat minutes and texts. The best one for data guzzlers seems to be an 8GB one which costs £47 a month with an upfront cost of £29. There are all-you-can-eat data plans as well which cost £66 and £56 but if you want to buy a 12GB one, you'll need to pay £50 a month with an upfront cost of £29.
You can now pre-order your Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge phone at Carphone Warehouse!
If you aren't a fan of the internet but need minutes to chat, you can go for a £35 a month plan with an upfront cost of £99. This plan will give you unlimited minutes and texts and just 1GB of data to update your apps.
EE's offers for the Galaxy S7 starts with a £49.99 a month one with an upfront cost of just £9.99. This gives you 10GB of data and unlimited minutes and texts.
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There's another attractive offer which gives you 4GB of data with unlimited minutes and texts for £44.99 a month with an upfront cost of £49.99. However, there are other plans with larger data allowances which don't cost a lot.
If you wish to pre-order at Carphone Warehouse, you'll find a lot of options as all the major network operators will be there. The retailer is offering three great value tariff plans- one each with O2, EE and Vodafone networks. Here are the details:
O2: 3GB of 4G data with all you can eat minutes and texts for £36 a month with an upfront payment of £79.99.
EE: 5GB of 4G data with all you can eat minutes and texts for £37.49 a month with an upfront payment of £79.99.
Vodafone:11GB of 4G data with all you can eat minutes and texts for £36 a month with an upfront payment of £99.99.
All these tariff plans are also offering a free Gear VR headset along with the Galaxy S7, but if you want for too long, the offer may expire. So hurry!