The Samsung Galaxy Note9 was announced at Unpacked today, and telcos were quick to follow suit with the plans they’ll have on offer.
Here are Optus’ deals.
The telco now has pre-orders availaable for the Samsung Galaxy Note9 and Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 is available from today.
Optus is offering the Galaxy Note9 on the 24 month My Plan Flex (lease) for $85 per month, with $10 per month handset repayments (min. total cost $2,280) and 20GB of included monthly data. My Plan Flex offers the option to upgrade after 12 months for $99 when customers return their current phone in good working order and sign up to a new 24-month plan. Damage and cancellation fees may apply.
The Galaxy Tab S4 is available on a 24 month My Mobile Broadband plan for $40 per month, plus $10 per month tablet repayments (min. total cost $1,200), and 10GB of included monthly data.
Like other Australian telcos, Optus is taking advantage of the overall Samsung pre-order offers by offering customers a complimentary memory upgrade on the Galaxy Note9 with a 512GB handset instead of 128GB, and for the Galaxy Tab S4 receiving a 256GB tablet instead of 64GB.
These offers are available until 11:59pm (AEST) on 23 August 2018.
Optus’ $85 My Plan Flex offers the following monthly inclusions:
- Unlimited standard national calls and messages (SMS and MMS)
- Unlimited international calls and messages to 35 selected countries
- 20GB of monthly data, which can be shared between eligible Optus mobile plans on the same bill with Optus Data Pool
Optional extras are also available
In addition to leasing plans, Optus will also offer the Samsung Galaxy Note9 on My Plan Plus for customers who want to purchase their handset.
You can see the full range of Optus plans and further details here.
The Galaxy Note9 and Galaxy Tab S4 will be available in Optus stores and online from 24 August 2018.
The author travelled to New York as a guest of Samsung.