Vodafone releases S20 plans with free 4G to 5G model upgrade

Posted: 13 February 2020 3:10 pm

Grab the latest Samsung handsets on a Vodafone Red Plus plan and get complimentary Galaxy Buds+ with the fancier models.

If you've been itching for the next biggest phone release, it's already here: Samsung has announced its new Galaxy S20 range, and Vodafone has them on offer. Sign up to a 12-, 24- or 36-month contract plan with Vodafone before 6 March, and you can pre-order any model from the new Samsung range.

The S20, S20+ and S20 Ultra come in both 4G and 5G versions, meaning you may be able to access Vodafone's upcoming 5G network set to roll out mid-year. To help you get that 5G-capable phone, Vodafone is offering a free upgrade worth $150 from 4G to 5G models for both the S20 and S20+ on 24- or 36-month contracts.

You can expect your phone to ship on 6 March, when the pre-order period ends, although the free 4G to 5G handset upgrade lasts until 14 March. To improve its offer further, Vodafone is giving a free pair of Samsung Galaxy Buds+ valued at $299 to anyone going for the S20+ or S20 Ultra premium models.

If these new Samsung phones are something you can't wait to get, look through Vodafone's Red Plus plans below, which offer endless data at 1.5 Mbps past your data cap. The phones themselves will add on a fixed monthly cost to your chosen plan, from $41.60 for the S20 to $55.50 for the S20 Ultra on a 36-month plan.

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