Sony is one of the most recognisable brands in the world, with media, film and music publishing just a part of its product catalogue. Older smartphone shoppers will remember the days of Sony Ericsson, but modern shoppers seeking out the latest Sony mobile phone deals will recognise Sony from its Xperia brand, which the company launched in 2013. Sony is known across the globe for its scientific development prowess, so its smartphones are tech heavy with superb visual display quality, speedy processing speed and award-winning cameras. You will find Sony mobile offers available on every network and featuring a broad range of handsets to provide plenty of choice.

Sony Unlimited Data Contracts

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Sony has always been a pioneer of new technology, and that translates into the company’s smartphone catalogue. The capabilities of the phones - particularly the superb visual displays - lend perfectly to streaming movies, TV shows and sports. For that reason mobile networks offer a score of Sony unlimited data deals so you can make the most of your streaming experiences whether you can connect to WiFi or not. Whether you are looking for a brand new smartphone handset or are happier taking a slightly older handset to lower your Sony contract premium, networks big and small offer Sony deals to suit any requirement.

Sony 5G Data Phone Contracts

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All of our featured network providers offer a variety of Sony 5G data phone deals to make the most of the capabilities of Sony’s tech rich phones. 5G data speeds are up to 10 times faster than their 4G counterparts, but that’s not to say that these Sony contract plans are hugely more expensive than 4G contracts. Major providers like Vodafone and Sky Mobile offer a selection of Sony 5G packages that range from cheap deals all the way up to unlimited 5G data bundles. As always the key variable is you and your data use - how much data do you need to make the most of your 5G connection? 

Cheap Sony Phone Contracts

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As with any smartphone manufacturer, Sony makes a noise over its big ticket new releases. When the Japanese multinational released its Xperia 5 II phone in 2020 it did so as a lower-fi, more affordable version of the Xperia 1 II, but it still retailed at an eye-watering £799. Fortunately for smartphone users looking for cheap Sony packages the Japanese tech giant has a wide product range, meaning you don’t have to break the bank when you hunt for Sony deals. Mobile networks as wide ranging as Virgin Mobile and EE feature cheap Sony plans in their ranges, giving you plenty of affordable options.

12 Month Sony Mobile Contracts

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In this section you will find a variety of the best Sony 12 month contract offers from a range of network providers. The majority of mobile networks still use 24 month contracts as a standard model, but all providers have realised that customers browsing for Sony plans want flexibility in their contract offers. Older handsets are often covered by the cost of the 12 month plan without the need for additional upfront charges, while newer handsets are accompanied by higher monthly payments or an additional charge to cover the cost of the handset. 

Free Sony Handset With Contract

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The feeling of excitement that comes with the delivery of a new mobile phone is akin to waking up on Christmas morning. Even more so if you score one of the free Sony handset offers that we feature in this section. These contracts are provided by a wide range of networks, from EE and Vodafone to ID Mobile and Sky. Each of these Sony deals come with a range of benefits, including unlimited data packages, 5G contracts and no upfront charges, making these plans as diverse as Sony’s product range.

Sony Networks

Sony is a major smartphone manufacturer with a wide product range and mass customer appeal, so it should come as no surprise that you can find bags of Sony packages from all the major and minor networks. These range from entry level products that offer cheap Sony plans to 5G unlimited data deals with brand new handsets. In short, you will be able to find your ideal Sony contract from this section, regardless of your budget or technical persuasion. We detail the highlights of all of the contracts we feature in this section, but  to dig deeper into each offer simply click through on your chosen deal. 

Sony Phone Overview

Thanks to Sony’s distribution of the James Bond films we know that the world’s favourite spy favours a Sony Xperia, at least until MGM took over the distribution rights, at which point MGM signed a deal with Nokia to make that 007’s handset of choice. Don’t expect Sony smartphone users to switch their mobile contracts over because of that, though. Sony’s pedigree as a technological pioneer in all of its consumer and professional electrical products take care of its customer retention.

Sony was at the forefront of the communications boom of the 2000s when it partnered with Swedish communications giant Ericsson to form Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications. Sony Ericsson phones stood out from the crowd by manufacturing their phones with a focus on excellent camera picture quality and multimedia capability. This was a full seven years ahead of Apple, which launched the iPhone in 2007. At that time Sony contracts ranked among the best smartphone plans thanks to Sony’s focus on innovation and design.

The battle between Sony and Apple was to shape the future of Sony Mobile, with the Japanese company selling over 100million handsets in 2007. By 2010, this had fallen by over half to 43 million handsets, just at the time that Samsung was launching its new Galaxy range of smartphones. Sony has many other strings to its bow other than smartphones, with the Sony Playstation surging ahead of competitors like Nintendo and Microsoft to make the Playstation the best selling games console of all time. In 2011 Sony acquired Ericsson’s share of the joint venture for €1.05bn and announced the launch of the Playstation Certified Xperia Play. When you are searching among the Sony packages we feature here you will notice that all Sony phones use the Android platform, to which Sony switched in 2010 from Microsoft OS.

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