Vodafone has expanded its range of offerings when it comes to the Galaxy S6 edge, and the network is now selling the base version with 32GB storage – and that's cheaper, obviously enough, than the 64GB model which used to be where Vodafone's range started.
Cool smartphone spotted the availability of the S6 edge, which still starts with a tariff that will cost you £41 per month, but the upfront outlay is less at £99 (compared to £150 previously).
With that tariff you get 500 minutes and 500 MB of data, though whether halving your memory to make the upfront saving is worth it is certainly a debatable point…
For a little bit more, namely £44 per month, the upfront fee is reduced to £49, and you get 1000 minutes and 1GB of data.
Push that to £49 a month, and the upfront fee is reduced to £9, and you get unlimited minutes along with 2GB of data.
All of these plans offer 4G data which should provide very nippy surfing for those in a covered area, and unlimited texts, plus of course they are two-year tariffs as ever.
Vodafone offers the S6 edge in three colours – black, white, and gold – and the delivery time is listed as 2 to 4 working days.