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EE becomes the first carrier in the UK to launch the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G

EE has announced that it has exclusively launched the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, OPPO Reno 5G, and the LG V50 ThinQ 5G in the United Kingdom. The devices join EE’s other offering, the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G. The company pointed out that this makes it the first carrier to launch 5G in the UK, and the one to have the most 5G phones available.

Sharon Meadows, EE Director of Devices, Partnerships & Business Development at EE, discussed the advantages of having all these devices exclusively available:

“We are the only network to offer 5G right across the UK as well as the widest range of 5G handsets. When you combine these with the great flexible swappable benefits we offer customers, as well as our new service packs, providing a lifetime handset guarantee and annual MOT - EE really is the number one destination for those wanting the best UK smartphone experience.”

With EE, the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G and the LG V50 ThinQ 5G start from £69 per month, the OPPO Reno 5G starts from £54 per month and the existing OnePlus 7 Pro 5G starts from £59 per month. Multiple bundles are available for each device, if you pay more per month, you’ll pay less upfront.

EE is also offering at least two Swappable Benefits with each of their devices. The choices include access to the BT Sport App HDR (worth £15 per month), a Gamer’s Data Pass which gives you free gaming data (worth £7.99 per month), a Music Data Pass (worth £8.99), the EE Video Data Pass (worth £8.99), and the Roam Further Pass which lets you use allowance in the U.S., Mexico, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and in the EU (worth £10 per month).

If you’d like to drill down into each specific 5G phone and see what EE is offering at each price point, be sure to head over to their site to find out more information.

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