The Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini was unveiled last month and is already available on sale for as little as £21 per month on a two-year contract. That's a total cost of ownership of £504, which is a 40 per cent premium on the average retail price of the SIM-free version of the handset.
The plan, which is available online T-Mobile/EE retailer DirectMobiles, comes with either 300 minutes, 500 texts and 250MB of data allowance or 100 minutes, 500 texts and 1GB data. In either case, you also get unlimited Wi-Fi access on the train plus a flexible booster.
In case you don't need any mobile data allowance (for example if you have access to Wi-Fi), then you can choose a plan that only have texts (500) and minutes (600). Samsung has been on a roll lately with the launch of the Galaxy S4 LTE-A, Galaxy S4 Active and the Galaxy S4 Zoom.
The Galaxy S4 Mini, despite its moniker, shares very little with its bigger brother, the Galaxy S4. In fact, it has probably more in common with the Galaxy S2 Skyrocket that was on sale two years ago on AT&T.
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