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The Galaxy S21 FE is now the perfect budget upgrade with incredible benefits

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The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE is one of our favorite sub-flagship phones, and this deal practically pays for itself.

Mobilesdirect.co.uk offers a free Galaxy S21 FE on contract for £20 a month with 100GB monthly data and unlimited text messages and minutes.

The deal is valid on the Three network, and there’s a choice of white, graphite, lavender and olive shades for the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE with 128GB of storage. Of course, the phone is 5G ready, and you’ll sign up for a 24-month contract.

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE Free and 100 GB

The Galaxy S21 FE is a fantastic sub-flagship phone, and this deal makes it a no-brainer to upgrade

  • Mobiles Direct
  • 100 GB of data
  • 20 pounds per month

£0 up front

Not only that, but you can claim £100 back from Samsung and you’ll be entitled to a 12-month Disney+ subscription worth £79.90. So, like we said, they’re practically paying you to do it!

The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G offers a 6.41-inch AMOLED display with a triple rear camera and an ultra-wide-angle option, and a large 4500 battery.

We reviewed the phone earlier this year and gave it four stars for its bright, colorful screen, high IP rating and availability of Qi charging. The RRP of £699 was expensive at the time, but no one is asking at that price.

“The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE ticks a lot of boxes, offering good performance and a well-thought-out feature list,” wrote our reviewer Max Parker. “However, it’s not the most exciting phone I’ve reviewed in a while, and I can’t help but feel like it’s been released too late.”

Samsung hasn’t released the S22 FE (Fan Edition) yet, and it seems the company hasn’t, so this remains the latest version of the phone. This is a great deal and we have no hesitation in recommending you sign up.

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