Samsung Galaxy S21 deals: this 100GB data offer is our top pre-order pick so far

Samsung Galaxy S21 deals
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Well, just a few weeks into the new year and we already have a new set of flagship phones - how exciting! And if Samsung's latest generation of devices have caught your eye, you might now be looking at pre-orders, trying to decipher the best prices.

We've had our heads deep into the world of Samsung Galaxy S21 deals since they launched and so far, an offer on the Vodafone network stands out as the best value.

It supplies you with 100GB of data while only charging you £43 a month and £9.99 upfront - an excellent overall price. You can also trade in an old Samsung device to save up to £330 on this deal, massively cutting the costs.

Because it's currently in the pre-order stage, you will get a free pair of Samsung's Galaxy Buds Live and it's new tech - the Samsung Smart Tag. Order this deal and it will be delivered by January 29.

The best S21 pre-order deal yet:


Samsung Galaxy S21: at | Vodafone | 24 month contract | £9.99 upfront | 100GB data | Unlimited calls and texts | £43 per month
This offer from thrives for its combination of affordable costs and its massive 100GB of data plan. It comes in at an overall lower price than most other Samsung S21 deals we've seen so far, costing just £43 a month and £9.99 upfront. Plus, with 100GB of data, you'll be able to go through a full month of intensive usage without worrying about hitting your cap.

What is the Samsung Galaxy S21 like?

The cheapest of the three new handsets, the S21 is a 5G handset at a price that rivals the iPhone 12 and is much cheaper than the S20 was on launch.

Despite that lower price tag, you're getting Samsung's new Exynos 2100 processor. That's a super powerful chip powering Samsung's already impressive camera software and operating system.

The camera is an incremental upgrade on what the S20 provided, boosting the 8K video software, super steady video and an improved 60fps 'Director's View'. Thanks to the new processor, the cameras AI software is working better than ever.

However, Samsung hasn't managed to improve the battery capacity which could prove a problem with all of this new software.

Read our full Samsung Galaxy S21 review

Alex Hughes

Alex is a journalist who has written extensively about all things broadband, SIMs and phone contracts, as well as scouring the internet to land you the best prices on the very latest in gadgets and tech. Whether that be with the latest iPhones and Android handsets, breaking down how broadband works or revealing the cheapest SIM plans, he's in the know, and will help you land a bargain.