Vodafone UK Offers March 8th Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge Delivery

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Earlier today Samsung took to the stage during their MWC unpacked event and formally introduced both the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge. Since then, carrier information has been coming in thick and fast with most carriers confirming their commitment to stock and confirming that pre-orders will begin with them from Feb 23rd. However, if you're based in the UK, then Vodafone is looking to get ahead of the pack, as they have now confirmed that they have already opened their pre-orders for both devices. In addition, they have also confirmed that if you do pre-order either smartphone before March 6th, you will actually see the device arrive on March 8th. This is three full days before the official release date, meaning you can be one of the first to get your hands on the Galaxy S7 or the Galaxy S7 Edge.

In terms of what Vodafone is offering, those interested in picking up either the Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge can choose between Vodafone's Red 10GB Bundle and their Red Value 15GB Bundle. The Vodafone Red 10GB Bundle is one which comes with 10GB data allowance per month, as well as unlimited texts and talk minutes. This is a plan which is available for the Samsung Galaxy S7 priced at £44 per month, while the Galaxy S7 Edge monthly cost is priced at £50. For either device, you will be looking at an upfront cost of £29.

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In contrast, the Red Value 15GB Bundle offers 15GB data per month, as well as unlimited texts and talk minutes and comes priced for the Galaxy S7 at £49 per month, while the Galaxy S7 Edge is available on this plan for £55 per month. Consistent with the 10GB plan, the 15GB plan will also require a £29 upfront charge for either of the two devices. Although the 15GB plan does come with the added perk of being able to choose from a year's worth of either Netflix, Sky Sports Mobile TV or Spotify Premium. For customers more interested in NOW TV, this deal can also be used towards a 24 month free Entertainment Pass. To find out more, head through the source link below.

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