HTC One M9 and Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge Now Available from O2



It's April 10th, which means that the Galaxy S6 has gone on sale throughout the globe from midnight. While many of you have probably pre-ordered the device, there's still plenty of time to get your hands on the latest and greatest from Samsung. The same can be said of the HTC One M9, which went on sale in the UK a few days ago. Now, both devices are available to order from O2 in the UK, including the Galaxy S6 Edge, too. Here, we'll take a look at the devices on O2's network for our UK readers.


All three devices are now listed as in stock, and you can go ahead and purchase one and have it delivered early next week. Starting with the HTC One M9, it's available in either Gold or Grey from O2 and can be available for nothing upfront at £42.50 a month, for 24 months. Of course, that doesn't give you much in the way of data, so for something like 5GB and up you're looking at £49 or so a month. It is available on Pay & Go as well, coming in at a whopping £609.99! O2 also have a range of accessories available as well, so it might be a good place to start. Those interested can read our review of the One M9 here.

Moving on to the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, and you're looking at plans starting from £46.00 a month with nothing upfront for the Galaxy S6 across 24 months, and £52.50 a month with £9.99 upfront for the Galaxy S6 Edge. Both devices are available on a range of plans, but as always if you're looking for more than the standard 1 or 2GB a month you're going to pay for it. Available in three different colors of Sapphire Black, Platinum Gold and Pearl White, the Galaxy S6 is available in 32, 64 and 128GB versions while the Galaxy S6 Edge is available in just 64 or 128GB options. Interestingly enough, neither of these devices are available to purchase on Pay & Go just yet, but we're sure this will change, soon.

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