The Best Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge Deals You Can Get Your Hands On

By Tom Pritchard on at

Last weekend Samsung revealed its brand new flagship devices to the world, and they don't look too shabby. Pre-orders for the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge are now open, so you can buy one of the new phones ready to be delivered in the second week of March.

Like any good consumer you'll be wanting to get yourself the very best deal, so we here at Giz have decided to make it a little bit easier for you. Here are the best deals you can get your hands on.

It's worth mentioning right here, if you buy either phone from the Carphone Warehouse or Mobiles.co.uk you can get yourself a free Gear VR headset. It doesn't matter which tariff you choose, or the network, as long as there are still headsets in stock you'll get one.

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Best Samsung Galaxy S7 Deals

EE

EE's tariffs are probably some of the priciest S7 deals out there, with the cheapest 24-month contract requiring an up-front fee of £110 plus monthly payments of £40. That totals at £1,070 for the whole contract, and gets you 1GB of data, 500 minutes, and unlimited texts.

But if you fancy one of the more expensive premium-level plans, you're getting a bit more for your money. The most expensive deal is £50 a month, with an up-front fee of £20 - totalling £1,230. That comes with 20GB of data, unlimited minutes, and unlimited texts.

The perks of joining EE include double-speed 4G and no roaming fees for calls and texts while you're in the EU.

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iD

The cheapest deal you can get your hands on the S7 comes from Carphone Warehouse's iD network. For £35.50 a month, and no up-front fee, you can get 600 minutes, 500 texts, and 1GB of data. That comes out at £852 at the end of the 24 months. The most expensive deal comes out at £948 at the end of the contract. That's £39.50 a month, with no up-font fees, and gets you 1200 minutes, 5000 texts, and 2GB of data.

Also, since iD is run by Carphone Warehouse, you'll get a free Gear VR when you order. Until they run out of stock, that is.

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O2

There are quite a few 24-month deals for the Galaxy S7 available with O2. The cheapest overall deal will require a £140 up-front payment, with a monthly cost of £33.50 - totalling £944 over the course of the contract. That gets you 500MB of data, unlimited texts, and 500 minutes.

The priciest deal is £59 a month, with an up-front payment of £10 - totalling £1,426 over the course of the contract. That comes with 30GB of data, unlimited minutes and texts, and a Jabra headset worth £150.

If you opt to pay for the phone in full right now, you can expect to pay £640. The monthly payments then range from £13.50 to £34. Those are also 24 month contacts.

Of course you get all the standard O2 perks thrown in as an added bonus. 4G comes as standard, priority sales on gig tickets, exclusive deals, VIP treatment at O2-sponsored events, and the option of upgrading after 12 months with O2 Refresh.

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Tesco Mobile

Tesco has a number of deals on the Galaxy S7, with the cheapest one costing you £37.50 a month for 24 months. While there are other monthly deals that cost less each month, what sets Tesco apart is the fact that none of its tariffs require any upfront payment. So for a total price of £897.60, you get your own Galaxy S7 with a monthly allowance of 2000 minutes, 5000 texts, and 2GB of data.

There are a number of other deals, each with a different set of allowances, going all the way up to the £57 per month tariff that nets you 5000 minutes and texts, plus 20GB of data to use.

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Three

A number of great value deals are available on Three, and the cheapest one costs £35 a month with an up-front cost of £99. That totals £940 over the 24 months, and gets you a monthly allowance of 1GB of 4G data, plus unlimited minutes and texts. The most expensive deal is also the only one to come with unlimited data, minutes, and texts. That costs £56 a month, with an up-front payment of £29. You'll end up paying £1,373 by the end of the 24 months.

There are a number of benefits to signing up with Three, the first one being that it's the only network that offers unlimited data. You also get to use all your allowances in 18 countries across the world without racking up any extra charges, and every phone you buy will be unlocked as default.

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Vodafone

Right now, Vodafone appears to have the cheapest 24 month Galaxy S7 deal. With an up-front payment of £199 and a monthly fee of £26, you can grab yourself Samsung's flagship for a grand total of £823. That deal comes with 500 minutes, 500MB of data, and unlimited texts.

Vodafone also seems to be the only major network offering 12 month contracts, the cheapest of which will cost you a total of £887. That includes a £54 monthly bill, a £239 up-front payment, unlimited minutes and texts, and 2GB of monthly data.

At the other end of the spectrum, the priciest deal totals £1,329 over the course of two years. That's a £9 up-font payment, plus £55 each month, and gets you unlimited calls and texts, a 25GB monthly data allowance, and a year's subscription to Netflix, Now TV, Spotify Premium, or Sky Sports Mobile TV.

The most expensive 12- month deal will cost you £1,079 in total, with a £179 up-front payment and a monthly bill of £75. That also gets you unlimited calls and texts, a 25GB monthly data allowance, and a year's subscription to Netflix, Now TV, Spotify Premium, or Sky Sports Mobile TV.

As for the perks of joining Vodafone, anyone who orders soon will get themselves a free Gear VR headset (while stocks last), as well as the usual perks of joining. Those include free calls from within the EU, and two months of free unlimited data.

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Best Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Deals

EE

Again, getting the S7 Edge from EE is one of the pricier ways to do it. The cheapest tariff offered is £45 a month, with an up-front fee of £100, and totals £1,180 over the course of the contract. That gets you 2GB of data, 1000 minutes, and unlimited texts. At the other end of the spectrum is the £55 a month contract, with a £30 up-front fee, which totals £1,350. That comes with an allowance of 20GB of data, unlimited minutes and unlimited texts.

The perks of joining EE include double-speed 4G and no roaming fees for calls and texts while you're in the EU.

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iD

iD only has two deals available for the S7 Edge, but both of them will cost you less than £1,000 in the long run. Both give you 600 minutes, 5000 texts, and 1GB of data. The first costs £35.50 a month, with an up-front fee of £80, and totals £932 at the end of the contract. The second costs £37.50 a month, with an up-front fee of £30, and totals £930 at the end of the contract.

Also, since iD is run by Carphone Warehouse, you'll get a free Gear VR when you order. Until they run out of stock, that is.

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O2

O2 has a number of different 24-month deals for anyone looking to get themselves an S7 Edge. The cheapest deal costs £38.50 a month, with an up-front cost of £80. So for a total of £1,004, you get the phone and a monthly allowance of 500MB of data, unlimited texts, and 500 minutes.

The priciest deal is £64 a month, with an up-front payment of £10, and gets you 30GB of data, unlimited minutes and texts, plus a Jabra headset worth £150.

Choosing to pay for the entire device will cost you £749 up front, with monthly prices ranging from £13.50 to £34 a month.

Of course you get all the standard O2 perks thrown in as an added bonus. 4G comes as standard, priority sales on gig tickets, exclusive deals, VIP treatment at O2-sponsored events, and the option of upgrading after 12 months with O2 Refresh.

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Tesco Mobile

Like the Galaxy S7, Tesco is offering Samsung latest Edge-adorned phone with no up-front fees. That means if you take the £41 a month deal, you'll end up paying a grand total of £984 over the course of the contract. That tariff also comes with 3000 minites, 5000 texts, and 2GB of data. The most you'll have to pay is £60.50 a month, which nets you an allowance of 5000 minutes and texts, plus 20GB of data.

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Three

The cheapest way you're going to get a S7 Edge on Three is to go for the £41 a month deal, with an up front cost of £99. That totals £1,083 for the whole year, and gets you 1GB of data to use each month along with unlimited calls and texts. On the opposite end of the spectrum, for people who want unlimited data thrown into the mix, is the £62 a month deal. That requires an up-front payment of £50, and will cost you £1,488 over the course of two years.

There are a number of benefits to signing up with Three, the first one being that it's the only network that offers unlimited data. You also get to use all your allowances in 18 countries across the world without racking up any extra charges, and every phone you buy will be unlocked as default.

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Vodafone

Like iD, Vodafone also has the S7 Edge available for less than £1000, and unlike the other networks it's also offering it on 12 and 24 month contracts.

The cheapest overall deal is a 2 month deal with a monthly payment of £54 and an up-front fee of £279. That totals £927, which seems to be the cheapest S7 Edge contract offered by any major network. That deal also nets you 2GB of data to use each month, and unlimited texts and calls. That's a pretty spectacular deal, if you ask me.

If you'd rather lower that up-front cost a bit, there is a 24 month plan that asks for £199 in advance plus £32 each month. That nets you 500MB of data, 500 minutes, and unlimited texts, with an overall total of £967. That's a bit more than the 12 month plan, but it's still cheaper than every other network except iD.

On the pricier end of the spectrum, the most expensive 12 month plan will cost you a total of £1,129. That's £70 a month, plus a one-time payment of £229, which gets you unlimited minutes, unlimited texts, a 12 month subscription to Now TV, Spotify Premium, or Sky Sports Mobile TV, along with 25GB of data to use each month.

The most expensive 24 month plan costs £61 a month, with an upfront fee of £9, totalling at £1,473. That gets you unlimited calls and texts, 25GB of monthly data, and a year's subscription to Now TV, Spotify Premium, or Sky Sports Mobile TV.

As for the perks of joining Vodafone, anyone who orders soon will get themselves a free Gear VR headset (while stocks last), as well as the usual perks of joining. Those include free calls from within the EU, and two months of free unlimited data.

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