Samsung’s new Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are now available from Carphone Warehouse for fans living in the U.K., and they can be purchased on contracts with EE, O2, and Vodafone with prices starting at £31 (approx. $45.42) per month.
While the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge made their official debuts on April 10, many carriers and retailers in the U.S. didn’t actually have stock to sell until this week. But those still waiting to get their hands on these devices can now pick them up on a number of networks.
The cheapest tariff for the Galaxy S6 starts at £31 per month, and comes with an upfront fee of £129.99 (approx. $190). The S6 Edge is only slightly more each month at £31.99 (approx. $47), but its upfront fee is more than double at £329.99 (approx. $483).
If you don’t want to pay anything upfront for these devices, you’ll be paying a minimum of £40 (approx. $59) per month for the Galaxy S6, or £59 (approx. $86) for the S6 Edge.
Carphone Warehouse is also selling the Galaxy S6 SIM-free and off-contract; prices start at £59.99 for the 32GB model, while the 64GB model is priced at £659.99, and the 128GB model is priced at £739.99.
At the moment, the retailer isn’t offering the S6 Edge without a two-year plan.
As I write this, the 32GB models of the Galaxy S6 in both black and white are available immediately, but the gold option and the greater storage capacities won’t be available for between 2 and 6 weeks.
As for the S6 Edge; the black model with 64GB of storage ships in 1-2 weeks, while the white and gold models with 64GB of storage will take 2-3 weeks. If you want 128GB of storage, you’ll be waiting between 2 and 6 weeks.