Do you need a Windows 10 laptop upgrade? Vodafone joins EE to offer a new way to buy a

Do you need a Windows 10 laptop upgrade?  Vodafone joins EE to offer a new way to buy a

Vodafone has launched an update to its online store with customers now able to buy a Samsung connected laptop on contract. Prices start from just £26 per month which includes 2GB of monthly data. Another bonus of these plans is that they come included with data which means you can use Samsung’s connected PCs on the move without needing to connect to Wi-Fi. A number of Windows laptops now offer this connectivity with some even able to access the very latest 5G data speeds which bring download speeds in excess of 300Mbps – that’s around four times faster than the average UK fixed-line speeds.

We use your sign-up to provide information in ways you’ve agreed to and to learn more about you. Based on our understanding, this may involve advertisements from us and third parties. You have the option to unsubscribe at any time. more information Following in the footsteps of EE, Vodafone is now providing consumers a new method to purchase a Windows-based laptop. The UK mobile network has just updated its web store with Samsung PCs available for a cheap monthly charge. It’s the same way most people buy cellphones, and it means there’s no significant upfront payment to make because everything is spread out over 24 months.

As we mentioned earlier, Vodafone is not the only network that is offering Windows laptops to customers on a monthly contract. EE added this option last year with the firm also featuring a number of Samsung devices for a flat monthly fee. Thanks to EE’s current January sale, the Galaxy Book starts from £49.50 per month (was £55) and the Galaxy Book Go for £32.40 (was £36). There’s even the option to buy the more premium Galaxy Book Pro 360 for £72 per month. This laptop features an OLED screen that flips to become a tablet plus there’s an S Pen stylus tucked inside its shell and owners can access the latest 5G data speeds. Here are all the Samsung laptop deals from EE:

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