MediaMarkt sells Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 with a 20 GB 5G tariff at an all-time low

MediaMarkt sells Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 with a 20 GB 5G tariff at an all-time low

Are you thinking of getting the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3? If you can also use a 5G tariff, MediaMarkt currently has a good offer ready. xiaomist does the math and reveals why the deal is worthwhile.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3: Top tariff deal at MediaMarkt

At MediaMarkt you can currently get the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G including a tariff with 20 GB LTE / 5G data volume, all-network and SMS flat rates in the CO2 network for 29.99 euros per month. In addition, there is a one-time fee of 58.99 euros (additional payment + connection price). Currently you even get a 100 Euro change bonus when you take your phone number with you. If you are toying with the compact folding smartphone from Samsung, you can take away a really good deal.

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 has a 6.7-inch diagonal screen when unfolded. It also features a redesigned 1.9-inch front display that is now four times larger than its predecessor. With its 8 GB RAM as well as 256 GB internal memory and the Snapdragon 888 processor with 8 cores and up to 2.84 GHz, the Flip 3 delivers more than enough power for demanding applications of all kinds. This also proved itself in our test of the Flip 3 shown. In addition, the device can be selected in 2 different colors.

Overview of tariff details

Tariff: Free M Netz: o2 20 GB LTE / 5G (up to 300 Mbit / s) Allnet and SMS flat-rate EU roaming including 24 months contract period, 1 month notice period, 100 euros change bonus for number portability (only until 10.01.22)

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 with CO2 contract: That's why the offer is worthwhile

An overview of the costs of the tariff bundle Basic fee
(monthly) 29.99 euros additional payment
(one-time, at the beginning of the contract) 29 euros connection fee
(one-time, at the start of the contract) EUR 39.99 shipping costs
(one-time) 0 Euro total costs after 24 months
(in the event of termination at the end of the minimum contract period,
monthly and one-time costs added) 788.75 euros device value
(Best online price according to on January 10th, 2022) 719 euros effective cost tariff
(Total costs minus device value ) EUR 69.75 effective tariff costs per month EUR 2.91 See offer

According to the idealo price comparison, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 (128 GB) currently costs at least 719 euros. If you subtract this value from the total costs of the tariff bundle, there are effectively 69.75 euros left for the tariff. Divided by a minimum term of 24 months, this corresponds to approx. EUR 2.91 per month . This is a very affordable price for an Allnet and SMS flat rate with 20 GB of 5G data volume. With the 100 euro exchange bonus, the tariff is effectively even free.

If you need more data volume, you can get 120 GB of data volume for your mobile phone with DeinHandy, for example, and pay 16.90 euros per month.

The bill with the low price only works if you cancel at the end of the minimum contract period. If you should forget that, the contract will not be extended for another year, but can be canceled on a monthly basis.

You can see how the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 lies in the hand in the following video :


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