The new Samsung thunderbolt internet service has been announced by the company, and it’s going to cost you £100 a month.
The new service comes with 8GB of cloud storage, unlimited calls and text, and a £60 monthly plan.
The company’s website claims the service is designed to offer a ‘premium’ service at £99 a month, and promises a ‘unique and flexible’ internet experience.
There are two versions of the service – one with 8Gb of cloud space and a 4GB offer, and the other with a 2GB offer.
The latter will be the cheapest of the two, with the internet offering only 50Mbps of speeds.
The two services come with a £30 monthly data fee.
Samsung also has a new £70 service that will come with 8G speeds, and also comes with a data fee of £30.
These two options cost the same at £80 a month or £70 a month respectively.
These services will be available in England from April 4th.
A recent report from Computerworld stated that the company will be offering the new service for free on April 3rd, with no extra cost to customers.
However, the price has not been announced, so we’ll have to wait and see if it’s a deal worth keeping an eye on.