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Samsung Galaxy S5 pricing released by Three

Sam Loveridge


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Three has released its pricing for the Samsung Galaxy S5 on contract as well as the standalone prices for the Samsung Gear Fit and Gear 2 Neo.

Pre-orders for the Galaxy S5 won’t start until March 28, but at least you know how much you’ll have to fork out a month for your new smartphone.

From Three, the Galaxy S5 will be available for a £69 up-front fee on a choice of four different 24 month tariffs, which all include unlimited texts.

These include a £38/month contract that includes 600 minutes and 2GB of data and a £44/month tariffs that offers unlimited minutes and all-you-can-eat data. Following this morning’s outlined One Plan changes, the latter tariff will not include unlimited tethered data, but will be capped at a 2GB maximum.

Three will stock the Galaxy S5 in black, white and blue, as the gold is a Vodafone exclusive.

“Partnered with Three’s fast 4G network available at no extra cost, additional features such as the Galaxy S5’s download booster that uses both Wi-Fi and 4G to increase data speed, means you are no longer confined to your desktop when downloading large files. Altogether making this Samsung smartphone the most feature-rich customer experience yet,” said Sylvia Chind, head of devices at Three.

Three also revealed that it will stock the Samsung Gear 2 Neo smartwatch and Gear Fit fitness tracker.

It is the first network provider to provide official pricing for the wrist-worn devices, which will both retail for £199.

We have not heard of a confirmed release date for either the Gear Fit or Gear 2 Neo, but we expect that they will be available around the Galaxy S5 release date on April 11.

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March 18, 2014, 6:59 pm

Jesus £200 is a bit steep don't you think,along with a 2013+ model phone, what planet are some people living on money really doesn't grow on trees!!!

Prem Desai

March 20, 2014, 4:55 pm

NEVER EVER make the horrible mistake of signing up for 2 years with anyone - it's a one-way contract i.e. you have to pay, but they don't have to deliver (and can change terms without your agreement).

Always buy outright, then go for pay-monthly deals. If the network supplier messes you around, go elsewhere without any penalties.


March 20, 2014, 5:44 pm

I'm always surprised by how many people get contracts and don't buy phones outright. The savings over 24 months can be huge but it just doesn't seem to be the done thing in this country.

Prem Desai

March 21, 2014, 8:29 am

Agreed. It's not just the money. The network providers can (and do) change terms of the contract to their benefit and you're stuck.

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