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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus now on pre-order on EE and Three

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus now on pre-order on EE and Three

Samsung's recently unveiled super-sized take on the Galaxy S6 Edge is now available to pre-order, ahead of its official retail date of August 21st.

EE is offering the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus 32GB edition on a range of its standard 4G EE tariffs, as well as on 4G EE Extra contracts which include the carrier’s double-speed mobile internet service.

Opt for 4G EE tariffs and prices start from £46.99 per month, plus £119.99 upfront. That gets you 5GB of data per month, as well as unlimited texts and minutes.

Go with the costlier 4G EE Extra option and you’re looking at a minimum outlay of £49.99 per month and £99.99 upfront. This includes 10GB data, unlimited mins & texts, as well as the sweetener of inclusive roaming texts and minutes in overseas locations.

All tariff options include free WiFi calling, at home and when you’re out and about.

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If you’re an existing EE customer, all upfront charges are waived when you buy the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, irrespective of the tariff you choose.

Pick up Samsung's new contender on Three and you’re looking at minimum outlay of £53 per month and an upfront fee of £99, which includes all-you-can-eat 4G data, minutes and texts.

As with EE, there’s a travel-related incentive too. In this case, it’s Three’s Feel At Home roaming scheme too, which lets you use your phone in 18 destinations worldwide, including Spain, France, USA and Australia, at no extra cost.

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Carphone Warehouse is offering the phone on a range of contracts and carriers, including O2, Vodafone and EE and is throwing in a free wireless charger worth £39.99 for all customers who pre-order the phone.

The pick of these is probably from O2 and is priced £32.50 per month and £99 upfront. The catch is that the 4G usage allowance is a relatively paltry 1GB per month, but on the upside there’s no cap on texts or minutes.

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