Engadget post time: April 24, 2013 at 12:23PM
We’ve seen a few UK carriers show their cards ahead of the Galaxy S 4 launch this weekend, but Virgin Media has been slightly coy with details compared to peers like EE and Vodafone. Better late than never, we suppose: the provider has outlined just how much we’ll have to spend to get Samsung’s flagship. Customers who have Virgin broadband or TV services can pay the same £31 per month as their EE counterparts, getting a lower £99 device cost and insurance in exchange for more limited service that includes 200 minutes, 500 texts and 500MB of data. When mobile-only customers have to pay £5 more per month, though, we’d think carefully about signing up just for the sake of the GS 4. There are better deals afoot if you’re not already a loyal Virgin customer.
Source: Virgin Media
Reference source: Engadget