Xperia Z2 has finally rolled out to several mobile retail outlets in the UK, following Sony's official launch of its new flagship smartphone in several countries.
The 5.2in flagship phone from Sony is now officially available at key UK retail stores including Phones 4u, 720 brick-and-mortar stores and also via Carphone Warehouse through exclusive contract deals.
Vodafone and EE are offering the handset for £49 upfront payment with £37.99 per month contract (for this weekend).
Besides, the Xperia Z2 is available for free with EE, Orange, T-mobile, O2 and Vodafone on a £42 per month contract deal via Carphone Warehouse.
Phones 4u is also selling the Z2 with an exclusive 50% discount offer on Sony Smartband along with up to £80 worth of Sony Entertainment content via its 720 brick-and-mortar stores in the UK, according to Android Central.
The discount offer on Phones4u includes Michael Jackson's new album, XSCAPE, for free (as part of the bundled offer) when you purchase an Xperia Z2.
Meanwhile, Vodafone UK has officially confirmed the availability of Xperia Z2 starting 1 May. The mobile carrier is offering a 4G plan with 3GB of data on a contract deal costing £42 per month along with a down payment of £79 for the handset.
The SIM-free version of Xperia Z2 is currently available via Carphone Warehouse for £549.95 as a contract-free offer. You will be eligible for an additional discount of £50 apart from the trade in value, when you trade in your older phone while purchasing the Z2.