Samsung Phone Plans & Prices

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Samsung Galaxy S10 Plans

Looking for a brand new phone on a plan? The following table shows a selection of 24-month 128GB Samsung Galaxy S10 plans on Canstar Blue’s database, listed in order of cost, from the lowest to highest and then by data allowance, largest to smallest. Use our comparison tool above to see plans from a range of other providers. This is a selection of products with links to referral partners.

Which Samsung Phone do you want a plan for?

Aussie telcos that offer Samsung phone plans

Vodafone currently offers over half a dozen Samsung devices on both postpaid and prepaid plans. Postpaid options include the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+, S10e, the Galaxy A70, A20 and A30 plus the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+.

If you do buy your phone through Vodafone, you’ll be able to choose from a 12, 24, or 36-month repayment period that’s separate from your mobile plan. The device you choose, payment period and plan you choose to bundle with your device, will determine your monthly bill. The postpaid plans are month-to-month and you’re able to switch between plans, however cancelling will require you to pay off the remainder of your device.

The following table shows a range of Vodafone’s available Samsung device plans from Canstar Blue’s database, listed in order of cost, from the lowest to highest and then by data allowance, smallest to largest. This is a selection of products including links to our referral partners.

Currently, Telstra customers can pick from multiple Samsung devices, including the Galaxy Note 10+ and Note 10+ 5G, Galaxy S10 5G, S10, S10+, S10e, the Note9, Galaxy S9, S9+ and the S8. You’ll have the choice of repaying the device over 24 or 36 months and bundling with a month-to-month postpaid plan.

There are four postpaid plans to choose from and Telstra has eliminated excess data charges on all of these plans. Once you’ve reached your data allowance, you’ll be able to continue using data but at capped speeds of 1.5Mbps, which is still fast enough for standard definition video streaming. You’re free to switch between plans as your data needs change, however cancelling altogether will require you to pay off the remainder of your handset.

Keen on the Galaxy S10 5G or Note10+ 5G phones? While Telstra’s 5G network is only available in a small number of places, the telco is continually expanding this technology, so its worth looking to see if you’ll have access to the 5G network before picking up the device. Plans currently include free access to the 5G network, however after June 2020, the two lower-priced plans will require an additional monthly cost for continued access (the top two plans will have access included on the plans).

The following table shows a range of Telstra’s Samsung S10 5G, S10+ and Note 10+ 5G plans from Canstar Blue’s database, listed in order of cost, from the lowest to highest and then by data allowance, smallest to largest. This is a selection of products including links to our referral partners.

Woolworths Mobile offers customers the choice between phone repayments over 24 or 36 months in conjunction with your plan of choice. Plans start at $25 and go up to $50 and all plans include up to 100GB of data banking.

Samsung phone that are currently available on plans through Woolworths Mobile include the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+, Galaxy S10, S10+ (both 128GB and 512GB), the S10e, the Galaxy A70, A50 and A20. Once you’ve chosen your device, simply pick the repayment period and the postpaid plan you wish to add on.

The following table shows a range of Woolworths Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+ and Note 10+ plans from Canstar Blue’s database, listed in order of cost, from the lowest to highest and then by data allowance, smallest to largest. This is a selection of products including links to our referral partners.

It’s not just the major telcos offering deals on Samsung devices. Southern Phone’s mobile plans run on the Optus 4G network and customers can select from a decent range of Samsung phones to either buy outright, or pay off over 24 months.

Available phones include the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e, the entire A series (A20, A30, A50 and A70) and the Galaxy J20 Pro. All of these devices can be bought outright or bundled with a postpaid plan on a 24-month contract.

The following table shows a range of Southern Phone’s Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e plans from Canstar Blue’s database, listed in order of cost, from the lowest to highest and then by data allowance, smallest to largest.

Another smaller provider competing with the big three telcos, TeleChoice offers a range of Samsung devices, including the latest Galaxy S10 series. TeleChoice operates on the Telstra network and offers a range of smartphones bundled with postpaid plans on 24-month contracts.

Samsung devices available include the Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e, the Galaxy A70, A50, A30 and A20 along with older models, the S9, S9+ and Note9.

The following table shows a range of TeleChoice’s Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e plans from Canstar Blue’s database, listed in order of cost, from the lowest to highest and then by data allowance, smallest to largest.

Optus allows customers to pay off selected Samsung phones on payment period of 12, 24 or 36 months, which can then be bundled with a month-to-month postpaid plan. If you’re looking at a Samsung device from Optus, you’ll be able to choose from the Galaxy Note 10+ and Note 10+ 5G, the Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e, Galaxy A50, the S9, S9+, Note9 and the Galaxy S8. How much you pay each month is dependant on the payment period length, the plan you choose, device storage size and how new the phone is.

The following table shows a range of Optus 24-month Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+ and Note 10+ 5G plans from Canstar Blue’s database, listed in order of cost, from the lowest to highest and then by data allowance, smallest to largest.

Want to get your hands on Samsung’s first ever 5G device? While Telstra was the first telco to bring the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G to Australia, Optus now also stocks this device. Telstra was the first to seriously start rolling out its 5G network, and now Optus is playing catch up. Both telcos offer the 256GB Samsung Galaxy S10 5G.

Telstra allows free access to the 5G network on its small selection of 5G devices, however after the June 2020 ‘free trial’ period ends, the $50 Small and $60 Medium postpaid plans will require you to pay an additional $15 per month for access. Both the $80 Large and $100 Extra Large plans will include 5G access as part of your plan.

You can bundle the Galaxy S10 5G phone with any of the four postpaid plans and choose to pay your device off over 24 or 36 months. While the plans are technically no lock-in plans (allowing you to switch plans month-to-month) cancelling altogether will require you to pay off the remainder of your handset. However, as Telstra is one of the only telcos with a 5G network up and running, your device would no longer have access to the 5G network if you were to switch telcos.

Optus is also expanding its 5G network, but as the telco is a bit behind Telstra with the roll out, you might find the 5G-ready sites aren’t as expansive as Telstra. Optus does offer some competitive plans and at this stage, Optus hasn’t put an additional price on its 5G access or a date when free access will end. You can choose to pay off your device over 12, 24 or 36 months and bundle with a postpaid plan. You can also choose to build your own postpaid plan according to your data preference and access to international extras.

The following table shows a range of Optus and Telstra 256GB Samsung Galaxy S10 5G 24-month plans from Canstar Blue’s database, listed in order of cost, from the lowest to highest and then by data allowance, smallest to largest. This is a selection of products including links to our referral partners.

If you’re concerned about excess data charges, both Vodafone and Telstra now offer ‘unlimited’ data plans for postpaid customers. Most of these plans include an allowance of high-speed 4G data each month, plus unlimited slower data (capped to 1.5Mbps).

Vodafone customers can pick from the $55 Red Plus Plan or $65 Red Plus Plan, which all have the data speed capped after you reach your max-speed data inclusion.

If you’re looking into Telstra, Australia’s largest telco has scrapped excess data charges on its suite of postpaid plans. This means that once you’ve used up your plan’s inclusion, you’ll be able to continue using data but at capped speeds of 1.5Mbps. This speed is still suitable for standard definition video streaming.

The following table shows a range of Telstra and Vodafone’s ‘unlimited data’ Samsung Galaxy S10 plans from Canstar Blue’s database, listed in order of cost, from the lowest to highest and then by data allowance, smallest to largest. This is a selection of products including links to our referral partners.

Depending on your choice of telco and plan, you can score some great extras and inclusions to go with your new Samsung phone.

  • Vodafone: Many Vodafone plans come with monthly international calling extras to select countries as well as ‘unlimited’ data on some plans. Discounts are also available for students and current customers signing up for an additional plan, and bonus data offers are frequently available. Data-free entertainment streaming can also be added on to select plans for an additional monthly cost.
  • Optus: If you love mobile streaming, Optus includes data-free sports on selected plans. Higher-end plans also include up to 4GB of international roaming data per month, and unlimited standard international talk and text.
  • Telstra: You’ll get ‘unlimited’ data with all plans at capped speeds of 1.5Mbps once you go over your data inclusion. All postpaid Telstra customers will also have access to Telstra Air Wifi hotspots, data-free Apple Music and data-free live sport from the NRL, AFL, AFLW, and Australian netball.
  • Woolworths Mobile: All of Woolworth’s postpaid plans include unlimited standard national calls and SMS. You’ll be able to grab bonus data from time to time and have access to up to 100GB of data banking.

 

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