You can get the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 with EE for as little as £41 per month on a one-year contract with an upfront fee of £250. That is a total cost of ownership of £742 or an effective cost of £61.83 per month. For that outlay, you get the Galaxy Note 3 (which costs north of £600 SIM FREE) with 500MB data.
Interestingly, the next package (£46 per month with an upfront fee of £190) carries the same TCO and provides with 50 per cent extra data and is therefore a no brainer. As for the £56, it offers six times the 4G data allowance (3GB) for an extra £2.50 per month. At the end of the scale is an 8GB package which carries a TCO of £842 or just over £70.
All EE tariffs include unlimited minutes and texts as well as 18 million music tracks to stream (on plans with 2GB or more), tethering and voice, unlimited Wi-Fi over and underground as well as 2-for-1 cinema tickets every Wednesday.
As for the Galaxy Note 3, it is the most powerful smartphone on the market with 3GB of RAM, a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC clocked at 2.3GHz and 32GB of storage by default. Interested? Check out Samsung Galaxy Note 3: Hands-on preview here.
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