Samsung fans can currently pick up the Galaxy S9 at a ridiculously low price.
This current flagship’s cost has just been dropped yet again with it available on contract for just £15 per month.
The deal, which comes via Mobiles.co.uk, includes 1GB of data plus unlimited calls and texts on the EE network.
There’s a £250 upfront fee but the total cost over two years is £610 – that’s £129 cheaper than Samsung’s current SIM-free price.
As a quick reminder, the Galaxy S9 features an Octo-Core processor, 5.8-inch curved Infinity display and 12-megapixel rear camera.
There’s also a water-resistant design, wireless charging and 64GB of expandable memory.
The S9 is a solid smartphone and this price cut certainly makes it mightily appealing but there is a tough choice to make right now.
Samsung is all set to release its next-generation Galaxy S10 next week with an Unpacked event scheduled for February 20.
This new phone is rumoured to arrive packing a swathe of new features such as a bigger edge-to-edge display, triple rear camera and even the ability to refill other phones via a technology called reverse wireless charging.
To make things even harder for the Samsung faithful, we’re expecting a total of three S10s to be unveiled next Wednesday with a cheaper S10E and larger S10 Plus arriving alongside the standard S10.
Although these new devices will clearly be superior to the current S9 don’t expect to be squeezing one in your pocket for £15 per month.
Rumours suggest a starting of £700 for the S10E with some versions of the S10 Plus thought to exceed £1,350.
If you’re not that worried about having the latest and greatest phone then the current S9 deals are well worth a look.
But, if you don’t want to be left disappointed by buying a phone which will soon look very outdated it’s worth waiting to see exactly what Samsung has in store next week.
Express.co.uk will be at the Unpacked event on February 20 and will bring you all the news live as it happens.
Things are expected to kick off at around 7pm and live updates will be published throughout the night.
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