The Jet Black edition joins the Ocean Green handset that was available as part of EE's 5G launch lineup.
The press release states that you can pick up the phone on a pay monthly plan from £54 a month, and mentions a 30GB £64 per month plan with an upfront cost of £50 that doesn't actually exist on the Oppo Reno 5G page on EE's website. So it's probably best to just head over there to find out what your options actually are.
Looking at the three 5G plans available, the cheapest is 10GB data for £54 a month with an upfront cost of £100, and the most expensive is 30GB data for £59 a month with an upfront cost of £100. Slap bang in the middle is a 10GB data for £59 a month plan with an upfront cost of just £10.
For a limited time, EE has partnered up with Niantic to offer inclusive data and special rewards for Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, so if that tickles your fancy, you'll be thrilled to discover that all of the Oppo Reno 5G plans include £50 worth of in-game extras for the game.