Numerous plans are available for each phone. EE recommends a £43.49 per month plan for the 32GB Galaxy S6. That has a £49.99 upfront cost and comes with 4GB of 4GEE Extra data, unlimited minutes and unlimited texts.
But alternatively there are plans that start with as little as 500MB of 4G data, 500 minutes and unlimited texts for £31.99 per month and £199.99 upfront. Or if you’re a heavy user you can go right up to 20GB of 4GEE Extra data, unlimited minutes and unlimited texts for £53.49 per month plus £29.99 upfront and there are a number of other plans in between.
EE also has the 64GB version of the Samsung Galaxy S6, with a similar range of plans but at higher prices. 500MB of 4G data, 500 minutes and unlimited texts will cost you £36.99 per month plus £159.99 upfront, while 20GB of 4GEE Extra data alongside unlimited minutes and texts will set you back £58.49 per month plus £29.99 upfront.
The Galaxy S6 Edge is seemingly available just in 64GB from EE and starts at £31.99 per month plus a hefty £349.99 upfront for 500MB of 4G data, 500 minutes and unlimited texts, rising all the way to £53.49 per month plus £49.99 upfront for 20GB of 4GEE Extra data, unlimited minutes and unlimited texts. Oddly that actually makes it slightly cheaper than the standard 64GB Galaxy S6 on a 20GB tariff.
Not only will you nab yourself a shiny new handset by pre-ordering either of these phones, but doing so through EE will also give you access to Wi-Fi calling and if you pre-order either phone and buy a Samsung wireless charger you’ll get a voucher for £20 off selected official Samsung cases.
EE will sell the Samsung Galaxy S6 in black, white gold and blue, while the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge will be available in black, white, gold and green and with both handsets supporting Cat. 6 LTE they’re well prepared to take advantage of the fastest 4G speeds EE has to offer.