Rose Pink Gold S7 & S7 Edge Upgrades
The Rose Pink Gold Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are now being offered with upgrade prices on EE, O2 and Vodafone allowing consumers to own this sparkly new pink Samsung without the hassle of ‘porting’ their number to a different network or worry about additional credit checks.
S7 & S7 Edge Rose Pink Gold Upgrade Prices
The Samsung S7 is cheaper than the S7 Edge and this is reflected in the price of upgrade deals, the rose gold pink S7 is available as a free upgrade (no upfront cost) from £35.99 a month on EE with 500 minutes of calls and 1GB of data to use each month.
That said, in this day and age, those allocations are not a lot for an average user and O2’s upgrade deals for a free Samsung S7 in Rose Pink Gold start from £36.50 a month but with unlimited calls and a far better 3GB of data on offer … there’s also a free Samsung Gear VR headset included in the deal!
If you are a Vodafone customer looking to upgrade to this new rose pink gold edition then the cheapest pay monthly upgrade tariffs to offer the phone with no upfront cost start at £42 a month for the same allocations as the O2 tariff (unlimited calls and 3GB data) and again there’s a Gear VR Headset included in the package free of charge.
Samsung S7 Edge
However, Vodafone customers can upgrade to a brand spanking new rose pink gold S7 Edge with no upfront cost at the same price as the standard S7 model at £42 a month and the free Samsung Gear VR headset is also included!
O2 customers wanting to upgrade have contracts starting at £43 a month for a free S7 Edge however the allocations are larger than those of the S7 with unlimited minutes and 5GB of 4G data on offer.
Finally, EE upgrade deals for the rose pink gold S7 Edge with no upfront cost start from £45.99 a month but include even more data with 10GB of 4G usage along with unlimited monthly calls.
Worth Waiting For?
Thankfully, this latest colour scheme of the flagship S7 is not an exclusive handset to any provider unlike the silver titanium edition which can only be purchased via Dixons Carphone websites and the white pearl version which is an EE network exclusive.
This means that prices should slowly come down over time as more retailers receive stocks and the initial trade price of the handset falls … if you can hold out then do, you may find that you can save a packet by waiting to upgrade for a couple of months!