The Galaxy S21 is a rare commodity: a top-class smartphone with compact dimensions. Anyone who toying with it can currently get a really good bargain. The mobile phone retailer DeinHandy has the Samsung flagship including all-network and SMS flat rates as well as 15 GB of LTE data on offer – overall, the contract is even cheaper than buying a mobile phone individually!

Samsung Galaxy S21 with a contract amazingly cheap

DeinHandy is currently a cheap offer with the Galaxy S21 to have. You can get the top smartphone from Samsung with the “otelo Allnet Flat Classic” tariff in the Vodafone network for EUR 19.99 per month and EUR 138.99 once (additional payment + connection fee, shipping not applicable). This is a great price for the tariff bundle 15 GB LTE-Data volume, allnet and SMS flat rate.

To the offer at DeinHandy

The details of the tariff at a glance

  • Tarif: otelo Allnet Flat Classic
  • Network: Vodafone
  • 15 GB LTE (max. 21,6 MBit/s)
  • Allnet and SMS flat rate
  • EU-Roaming inklusive
  • 24 months minimum term, 3 months notice

You can find out more about the compact and powerful Samsung Galaxy S21 in our test of the Galaxy S21 (rating: 8.4 / 10) and in ours Hands-On-Video:

The costs of the offer at a glance:

  • Basic fee: 24 × 19.99 euros per month
  • Additional payment for the Samsung Galaxy S21 5G (128 GB): 99 euros
  • Connection fee: 39.99 euros
  • Shipping costs: free
    = added up 618,75 Euro after a minimum term of 24 months

Samsung Galaxy S21 in the tariff bundle: That’s why the offer is so good

According to the idealo price comparison, the Samsung Galaxy S21 5G with 128 GB of storage currently costs at least 679 euros in online retail. So you not only get the smartphone at DeinHandy cheaper than buying it individually, you actually even make a profit of around 60 euros. Such tariff deals are rare, if you are interested in the Galaxy S21 with the contract, you can strike without hesitation.

To the offer at DeinHandy
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