Samsung Galaxy S7 – South African contract and cash prices

MTN has announced its cash and contract pricing for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.

By - March 3, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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MTN has revealed its contract and cash prices for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, which will launch in South Africa on 11 March.

Pre-orders and pre-registrations for the device are available through South Africa’s mobile network operators.

Those who pre-order or buy a Galaxy S7 smartphone before 20 March will also receive a free Samsung Gear VR headset.

Takealot has already announced its off-contract prices, confirming that the Galaxy S7 will be priced at the top-end of the market.

MTN and Takealot’s Samsung Galaxy S7 cash prices are compared below.

Samsung Galaxy S7 cash prices Takealot MTN
Galaxy S7 32GB R13,999 R13,799
Galaxy S7 Edge 32GB R15,999 R15,399

MTN is also offering the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge on a variety of contract packages.

MTN’s deals come with 30GB of additional data for the first month, and let you add on R200 per month to include a Samsung Gear S2 smartwatch.

Without the contract, the Gear S2 will cost R5,399 from MTN.

The table below summarises MTN’s headline contract deals for the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.

Samsung Galaxy S7 (32GB) Price Data Airtime/Minutes SMS
My MTNChoice 100 R599 500MB 100 minutes 200
MTN AnyTime TopUp 200 R609 0 R210 25
My MTNChoice Flexi R200 R599 0 R200 0
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge (32GB) Price Data Airtime/Minutes SMS
My MTNChoice 100 R649 500MB 100 minutes 200
MTN AnyTime TopUp 200 R659 0 R210 25
My MTNChoice Flexi R200 R649 0 R200 0
All deals include Samsung Gear VR until 20 March 2016, and 30GB free data for first month.

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