The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has launched globally today and UK mobile carrier Vodafone is now offering the handset on their range of contracts.
The Galaxy Note 9 is available on monthly contracts starting at £64 a month with an up front cost of £79.
The device is also available on other contracts include a Red Entertainment 50GB plan which cost £71 a month and £79 upfront and comes with a choice of Amazon Prime Video, Sky Sports Mobile TV, Spotify Premium or a NOW TV Entertainment Pass.
Any customer who opts for a Red Extra or Red Entertainment plan can also choose to include a Chat, Social, Music or Video Vodafone Pass – to enjoy a selection of their favourite apps without running down their monthly data allowance for a small monthly fee. Customers can take advantage of the Combo Pass which includes all four Passes for just £15 a month too!
You can find out more information about the new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 smartphone over at Vodafone at the link below.
Source VodafoneFiled Under: Android News, Mobile Phone News