Samsung’s new Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are official. And Three has wasted no time in revealing its tariffs for what look set to be 2017’s best smartphones so far.
Three is offering the 5.8–inch Galaxy S8 on a 24 month contract, with an up front cost of £99. If you sign up for a £45 per month deal, you’ll get a massive 12GB of data, plus all–you–can–eat texts and minutes.
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Drop that to £40 per month and you’ll score all–you–can–eat minutes and texts, although the data allowance drops to just 2GB.
This is also a Three Essential deal, meaning you’ll miss out on perks such as data roaming in 42 foreign destinations with Feel At Home.
For just £35 a month, you can pick up the Galaxy S8 with 500MB of data, all–you–can–eat texts and 300 minutes.
However, this is also a Three Essential package, somewhat taking the sheen off of the low price.
If you’re in the market for the more capacious 6.2–inch Galaxy S8 Plus, the up front cost is the same as its smaller stablemate, at £99.
Three’s priciest deal, at £55, comes with a huge 30GB of data and all–you–can–eat texts and minutes, as well as Feel At Home access.
However, the £51 per month deal, with 8GB of data and all–you–can–eat texts and minutes is an Essential plan, as is the bargain £40 contract, which offers 500MB data, 300 minutes and all the texts you can send.
If you pre–order the Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus now, you’ll receive it on 20th April, eight days before the device hits the high street.