Three Mobile and EE have just announced a very tempting upgrade for customers.
Both of these firms have revealed that they will be offering the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G which is not only packed with features but is also fully compatible with the latest superfast network technology.
The new Note 10+ 5G was unleashed last night and includes a quad rear camera, huge 6.8-inch screen and fast 7nm processor.
There’s also a giant battery, improved S Pen stylus and an embedded fingerprint scanner under the screen.
You can find out full details about the Note 10 here.
If these specs have impressed you then the device is available to pre-order from today.
EE says that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is available on a wider variety of 5G plans through its stores, over the phone and via ee.co.uk.
EE is also offering an exclusive pre-order offer on the smartphone with 120GB of monthly data on a 24-month 5G Smart Plan for just £10 upfront and £89 per month.
Customers will receive the choice of three inclusive Swappables with their plan (worth up to £33.99 per month) from a choice of five – including the BT Sport App HD HDR access for the best possible video quality, Amazon Prime Video, Gamer’s Data Pass, Music Data Pass, Video Data Pass and Roam Further Pass – which they can swap in or out anytime they want.
Along with EE, Three Mobile has also announced it will be stocking the new Note which will be available today in Aura Glow and Aura Black.
Speaking about the update Brendan Arndt, portfolio consultant at Three, said: “We’re really excited to add the Samsung Note 10+ 5G to our portfolio of 5G ready devices. Samsung continues to be an innovative, game-changing brand, bringing exceptional devices to the table.
“Both Three and Samsung are focused on providing the best 5G smartphone experience possible and this handset combined with our unlimited data tariff means endless possibilities.”
Along with Three and EE, O2 has also announced that it will be stocking the Note 10+ 5G.
It’s worth noting that O2’s 5G signal won’t be switched on until October but the network says that a selection of 4G tariffs will be available with prices starting from £56.31 per month for 20GB of data and a £30 upfront payment.
Published at Thu, 08 Aug 2019 05:45:00 +0000