In case you missed it last week, Samsung officially took the wraps off its new Galaxy S8. It'll be out at the end of the month, giving you a solid four weeks to choose your allegiance: are you with House Telstra or House Vodafone? House Optus or House Virgin? Or will you pledge your credit card to one of the smaller upstarts?
For the first time during the launch of one of Samsung's flagship phones, Woolworths Mobile will have its hands on a bunch of Galaxy S8 and S8+ handsets, and its plans are pretty tempting. Running on the Telstra 4G network, Woolies' Medium plans are very cheap for the amount of data they include and for the relatively low handset repayment cost. You can pick up a GS8 with 4GB of data for just $65 a month: not bad.
This is also Amaysim's first ever handset launch, and it's shaping up to be a big one for the budget carrier too. Pivoting away from just selling you SIMs alone Amaysim runs on Optus' mobile network, Amaysim will now sell you a 5.8-inch Galaxy S8 or the larger 6.2-inch S8+, unlocked, at its outright price — and it'll sweeten the deal even more than getting the phone itself on launch day (or before).
Even better is the fact that if you sign up to pre-order the Galaxy S8 or S8+ through Amaysim — as well as getting the free Gear VR headset — you'll score yourself three recharges on any of Amaysim's Unlimited data plans. That could be worth up to $150 to you, netting you 9GB of data a month and unlimited calls and texts for three whole months.
And just in case you missed them earlier, here are the plans from Australia's big four telcos for the Galaxy S8 and S8+:
A day after Telstra, Virgin and Optus, Vodafone is finally out through the gates with its plan pricing for the Samsung Galaxy S8. Power to you, fellas.
Want to order your shiny new Samsung Galaxy S8 on Australia's largest mobile network? Telstra's plans for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are out now — here's what you'll pay.
If you're already an Optus customer, or you're thinking about switching, here's a really good reason. Australia's second largest telco has released its plan pricing for the Samsung Galaxy S8.
Australia's fourth largest carrier Virgin Mobile is one of the first with its plan pricing announced for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and larger S8+. If you're thinking of pre-ordering, check in here to see how much you'll pay on a Virgin plan.
Missed the actual news of the Galaxy S8's announcement to the world? Here you go:
The Samsung Galaxy S8 has been introduced to the world, along with the supersized Galaxy S8+. Want one? Here's exactly how much you'll pay, and when you can get a hold of it, and what you get as an incentive to pre-order early.
Looking for a complete list of Australian mobile carriers' pricing for the Galaxy S8? Well, you've come to the right place.