Three of the UK’s best pre-order deals for the Samsung Galaxy S4

Samsung Galaxy S4We gave you some advice on where to sign-up for details on the Galaxy S4′s release just after the launch event, and now we’re going to do something similar now it has been made available as a pre-order.

The release date of the Galaxy S4 is the same for all networks, April 26, and everyone seems to be offering the 16GB version with a choice of either Black Mist or White Frost colours.

To help you make your decision on where to buy the new phone, here’s three of the most interesting deals we’ve found for the Galaxy S4 in the UK.

EE.

This is the only network offering 4G LTE connectivity right now for the Galaxy S4, with the competition only able to say the phone is 4G ready. It’s an expensive option though, as at it’s cheapest – £20 – it’ll cost you £56 per month for two years. For this you get 8GB of data, while the 500MB per month option means the phone costs £270 at £31 per month. If you pre-order the phone with EE, you get a free accessory pack with an in-car charger, a flip case and a 16GB memory card.

Carphone Warehouse.

Pre-order the Galaxy S4 with Carphone Warehouse, and at the time of writing, you’ll get a Galaxy Tab 2 7-inch tablet for free, along with an accessories pack with a flip case, an in-car charger, a screen protector and a 32GB card for free. If you want the tablet, you’ll need to be quick, as it’s online and for the first 2,000 customers only.

Phones4U.

If you pre-order the phone on the EE network here, you’ll get a Google Play voucher worth up to £100, depending on the tariff you select. Plus, you’ll be entered into a prize draw to win a Galaxy Note 10.1 and a Galaxy Camera. Finally, an accessory pack is also offered for free, but the contents are a mystery.

About Andrew Boxall

Andy's fascination with mobile tech began in the 90s, at a time when SMS messages were considered cutting edge, but it would be at least a decade before he would put finger-to-keyboard as a freelance tech writer. In the interim he wrote about travel, formulated strong opinions about films and drove a series of audacious cars