Vodafone offers the Galaxy Note Edge only on contract and there's no SIM-free pricing yet. You can get the phone for as low as £49 if you go with the Vodafone Red XL plan at £58.50/month for two years. This will get you unlimited minutes and SMS in addition to 10GB data.
There are also other plans, but while cheaper, they bump up the upfront cost of the phone to anywhere from £199 to £479. You can browse them and find the best for you following the source link below.
The Galaxy Note Edge is also available in the US, and a premium version of the phone is headed to Germany. It will cost a hefty €899 but will include a Flip Wallet, display cleaner, tips and tricks brochure, 64GB Samsung EVO microSD card and three years of warranty.
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note 4 in Ireland 600 euro note 4 Edge 829 euro what's the difference stupid prices
makes you wonder why they are able to keep themselves in business if they are giving the phone away at packages that cheap and not making money off of customers as they've gave them "unlimited" everything