Sky Mobile has confirmed that the just-announced Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus will be available on its new Sky Mobile Swap contracts.
The TV giant, which until recently only offered SIM–only deals on its mobile network, says that existing Sky TV customers will pay no up front cost for the new smartphones, making them well worth a look.
Get up to speed with Sky Mobile Swap contracts with our guide.
Those opting the Galaxy S8 have two contract options. Sign up for Sky’s Swap24 plan and you’ll pay £36 a month for two years, with 1GB of data and unlimited calls and texts for Sky TV customers. You can swap your phone for a new model after 24 months at no extra cost.
Alternatively, you can plump for the pricier Swap12 deal, which costs £51 a month and has the same perks, but with the ability to exchange the phone for something new after a year.
Inevitably, the Galaxy S8+ Plus is more costly. £40 a month on Swap24 gets you 1GB of data and free texts and calls (as long as you have Sky TV), rising to £57 a month if you choose Swap12.
Sky Mobile's new contracts are similar to O2 Refresh and Tesco Anytime Upgrade, although they come with more stringent conditions about when you can change your phone for a new one.