There's a clear reason why people still want to buy the Samsung Galaxy S6 - it offers a lot for a low price. When it launched in 2015, the Galaxy S6 was a brilliant ground-up reworking of the flagship Galaxy S range.
But now long replaced by the Galaxy S7, Galaxy S8 and S9 over the last couple of years, you can no longer get a new Galaxy S6 on contract for love or money. The best you can do is a refurbished handset if you're dead set on this phone and don't want to splash out hundreds up front.
The alternative is to do exactly that - pay for an unlocked S6 SIM-free and then head to our best SIM only deals page to find a plan to go with it. Press the 'HANDSETS' tab at the top of the comparison chart to see the best prices on the market.
Samsung needed something special in 2015 to reverse its fortunes and catch back up with Apple. The Galaxy S6 did exactly that by building on its strengths and smoothing off some of the rough edges from before. The screen is stupendous and the camera was among the best on the market at the time.