The handset is currently available on three different monthly tariffs, that will set you back £35, £38 or £40 per month.
They all come with 5000 texts and 1 GB of data included, and as such the only differentiating factor between them is the minutes you get.
Which are 500 for the £35 plan, 900 for the £38 plan and 2000 for the £40 plan.
The smartphone is free should you choose one of these plans and sign a 2-year contract.
Pretty sweet, if only they’d up that data allowance a bit… Anyway, I guess it may be just enough for most people though.
Currently, Three don’t offer the Galaxy S on pay as you go.
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