Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e available to pre-order on EE.

The UK’s number one mobile network is partnering with Samsung to bring Galaxy S10 5G to customers in the UK later this year. However, until then you can pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S10 or S10+ on EE. If you’re one of those getting in on the pre-order action, you can claim a pair of wireless in-ear Galaxy Buds or – if you get the 512GB version of the S10 or S10+, you get a free Samsung wireless charging pad too. Add to that the fact that you can get £120 off the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4G too.


Pre-order at ee.co.uk/samsung for the Prism Black, Prism White and Prism Green. You can also get the Samsung Galaxy S10e in Canary Yellow too. EE will also be doing the Ceramic White and Ceramic Black S10+ 512GB versions.

EE benefits include top 4G coverage and speeds, inclusive access to the BT Sport app and the Upgrade Anytime option.

Pricing for the Galaxy S10 includes a 100GB plan for £30 upfront and £63 per month. Unlimited minutes and texts on that. If you want the 512GB version, it’ll cost £30 upfront option and £73 per month for the same deal. The S10+ is available for £30 upfront and £68 or the same upfront and £78 per month for the 512GB version. Again on the same plan. The “base” version of both phones comes with 128GB storage.

The Samsung Galaxy S10e is available for £10 upfront and then £58 per month for 60GB of data and unlimited everything else.

Trade-ins are available on selected Samsung handsets to save up to £250. All the new Samsung Galaxy handsets have WiFi Calling and 4G Calling.

Again, EE and Samsung are working together on 5G, and the Galaxy S10 5G on EE will no doubt have a big marketing push. DJ Koh, President and CEO of for the Mobile arm of Samsung, stated..

We are excited to announce that Samsung is making 5G a reality for UK consumers by collaborating with our partners like EE.

Register your interest at ee.co.uk/comingsoon. Get the full details in my earlier story

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