Following a release onto O2 contract deals a couple of days ago, the new Samsung Galaxy Note 2 can now be ordered with T-Mobile deals from free, this second network launch for Samsung’s upgrade to the Galaxy Note opens up 4G speeds as those connecting to either Orange or T-Mobile deals can transfer across to the EE LTE network.
T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 2 deals currently offer a free phone from just £36 per month, however if you are going to move across and connect to the new 4G EE LTE network you’ll need to sign a new contract with a different Galaxy Note 2 contract tariff and they’ll send you out a new SIM card – all once the network is live. (see EE terms & conditions).
For your £36 per month line rental you can choose from 3 separate pay monthly tariffs:
T-Mobile 1200 + Unlimited + 250MB at £36
T-Mobile 900 + Unlimited + 750MB at £36
T-Mobile 600 + Unlimited + 1.5GB at £36
The number in the tariff name relates to the amount of inclusive minutes of calls each month.
The new Samsung Note 2 is a big upgrade to the previous model with a larger 5.55 inch Super AMOLED HD touch screen, the latest Android Jelly Bean 4.1 operating system, a super-fast 1.6GHz quad-core processor with 2GB of RAM and even more new features, the trademark S-Pen stylus still hides away nicely inside the device and has lots of new apps including enhanced handwriting recognition, drawing, cropping and close control games.
The camera remains at 8 mega pixels with full HD video capture and there’s a 1.9 mega pixel lens on the front, although the main screen has widened the overall weight has only increased by just 10g even though there’s a new 3000MaH battery included and the Note II is actually thinner at just 9.4mm instead of 10mm.
The amazing new ‘Phablet’ (that’s phone/tablet) is also available as the white Samsung Galaxy Note 2 for those that prefer the white colour scheme of Samsung’s phones.