This Galaxy S20 offer could be the perfect reason to ditch your Galaxy S10

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This Galaxy S20 offer could be the perfect reason to ditch your Galaxy S10

The Galaxy S20 was announced back in February and, with this flagship device now a few months old, retailers are finally offering some tempting deals. In fact, one online store has launched an offer that could give current S10 owners the ideal excuse to make the switch to the latest and greatest from Samsung.

Along with its new rear-camera, faster processor and more responsive 120Hz high-refresh-rate display, one of the biggest upgrades over the S10 is the inclusion of 5G superfast mobile networks. This new technology allows users to download files at speeds of over 300Mbps – over three times faster than the average broadband connection speed in the UK right now.

At launch, the S20 5G was around £100 more expensive than the standard model which could have put some off taking the plunge but Mobiles.co.uk has just launched a deal which offers 5G as the same price as 4G. That means you can now get this tantalising technology at a cost that won’t break the bank.

YOU CAN FIND ALL OF THE DEALS HERE

As an example, you can pick up a Samsung Galaxy S20 5G for £39 per month with a £100 upfront fee. This includes 20GB of 5G data via the EE network.

There’s also a deal which comes with 75GB data for £44 per month (£120 upfront) or, for those that want even more superfast internet access, there’s 100GB data for £47 per month (£75 upfront). These are good offers as purchasing the phone and an EE 5G SIM separately will cost you a lot more.

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