Samsung Galaxy S6 & S6 Edge telco price-plan comparison

The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge (L) and Samsung Galaxy S6 are presented during the 2015 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

With all three telcos announcing their price plans for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, we find out who's offering the best deal.

We'll be looking at the S6 on this page, and the S6 Edge on the next.

Samsung Galaxy S6 non-contract prices

The Samsung Galaxy S6 will be available on April 11 in 32GB, 64GB and 128GB storage options. First we'll take a look at the non-contract prices.

Samsung Galaxy S6 with 2-year contract

Quick analysis

For most tiers, M1 offers the best deals over a two-year period due to its more affordable monthly plans, which adds up to significant cost savings over two years. The two tiers where it falls behind Singtel is the Value tier, where its plan is S$0.10 more expensive each month (although the extra 200MB data is probably worth it) and the Mid-high tier where Singtel has much better pricing on the phones.

StarHub's monthly plans are as expensive as Singtel and they also have the most expensive phone pricing across the board.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge non-contract prices

The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge will be available on April 11 in 32GB, 64GB and 128GB storage options. The non-contract prices are:

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge with 2-year contract

Quick analysis

Once again, for most tiers, M1 offers the best deals over a two-year period due to its more affordable monthly plans, which adds up to significant cost savings over two years. The two tiers where it falls behind Singtel is the Value tier, where its plan is S$0.10 more expensive each month (although the extra 200MB data is probably worth it) and the Mid-high tier where Singtel has much better pricing on the phones.

StarHub's monthly plans are as expensive as Singtel and they also have the most expensive phone pricing across the board.


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