Earlier today Samsung unveiled its long-anticipated anniversary flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S10.
With 3 devices with multiple storage options, there are certainly a lot of models to choose from if you're looking for a plan.
These are Telstra's, plans across the entire range. Well, almost the entire range.
Back in January, Telstra announced that it had made exclusive 5G deals with some of the world's biggest phone manufacturers. The telco wouldn't say who with, but the assumption was that Samsung would be first off the mark. In a move that has shocked approximately no one, it has now been confirmed that Telstra will be the first to sell the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G.
You'll notice that the monster 1TB S10+ is missing from the lineup. We're still awaiting confirmation on whether telcos will actually be offering this particular model. We'll let you know as soon as we hear something.
And of course, you're not going to find any S10 5G plans just yet either, as availability will depend on when the Telstra 5G network starts rolling out.
But hey, there's still plenty to choose from!
If you want to own your phone at the end of your contract, these are your options.
Telsra's pick of the bunch is the 128GB S10+ on an XL lease plan for $129 a month over 24 months. It comes with 160GB data, unlimited national and international calls and text and Peace of Mind data.
Personally I'm not a fan of leasing - I'd rather own my phone at the end, especially because I am extremely prone to smashing my handsets. But each to their own!
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Telstra S10e 128GB
Telstra S10 128GB
Telstra S10 512GB
Telstra S10+ 128GB
Telstra S10+ 512GB
And here are all the leasing plans
Telstra S10e 128GB Lease
Telstra S10 128GB lease
Telstra S10 512GB lease
Telstra S10+ 128GB lease
Telstra S10+ 512GB lease
Don't forget that anyone who pre-orders before midnight on March 7 is eligible for a complimentary pair of Galaxy Buds, which have an RRP of $249.
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