Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus: Pre-order now!

The Samsung Galaxy S9 is finally here! Like the new smartphone flagship from South Korea? Then pre-order now – even a dual-SIM variant is available.

New processor, better camera, more RAM – with the new Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus Samsung wants to set new standards. Only a few minutes ago, the South Koreans presented the top smartphone officially; you can pre-order it in with a tariff bundle.

Galaxy S9 as a dual-SIM version
The special feature: The provider offers both the Samsung Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9 Plus as a dual-SIM variant. This means that you can use two SIM cards in parallel in the smartphone – such as a private and a professional SIM, or a second pure data SIM with a convenient inclusive volume for internet surfing.

S9 and S9 Plus with Vodafone LTE rates
Exciting are the bundles with the Vodafone tariffs Smart XL. With some special deals, the cost of Samsung Galaxy S9 with the tariff “Vodafone Smart XL Classic Action” is only $99. The mobile contract itself costs around $47.00 per month; it includes 6 gigabytes of volume in the fast LTE network from Vodafone (500 Mbps max.)
For $52 monthly, there is a whopping 8 gigabytes of LTE volume. Both tariffs come with telephone and SMS flat rate.

Samsung Galaxy S9 in the telecom or O2 network
Alternatively, you can get both new Samsung phones with telecom or O2 tariff in the offer. The tariff uses the LTE network of Telekom and offers 4 gigabytes of volume (up to 300.) Including telephone and SMS flat costs, the contract is around $54.00. The Galaxy S9 has a one-off charge of $99, while the Galaxy S9 Plus costs $199.

The “O2 Free M Handy 10” tariff costs $40 per month and in addition to the telephone and SMS flatrate, it also offers lush 10 gigabyte LTE volumes. The one-off surcharges for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus are $199 and $299.

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Adil Khan is a 30 years old Nerd who has been playing with his toys, computers and electronics, since the late 90's. His passion lies in the digital world of 1's and 0's i.e. until quantum computers are available for purchase :)

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