Daddy Telstra Is Gifting Free Noise Cancelling Headphones With These Samsung Plans

Daddy Telstra Is Gifting Free Noise Cancelling Headphones With These Samsung Plans
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Telstra currently has $10 off some of its monthly Samsung S10e plans, which is a pretty good get. But to sweeten the deal it’s now throwing in a free pair of JBL noise cancelling headphones. Noice.

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If you want to check them out for yourself, they’re the JBL Duet NCs and have an RRP of $349.95.

Telstra is offering them alongside all of its current standard and leasing S10e plans.

Our pick is the $89 per month plan. It comes with 20GB data and is also one of the plans that includes $10 off right now. That makes it cheaper than Telstra’s entry-level S10e plan, which is $94 a month for only 3GB data.

The same offer is also available on leased phones. While this does mean that they’re $10 a month cheaper than the above plans, but you won’t own your phone at the end of the contract. We’re not really fans of this option, but in case you’re interested:

And here’s a small selection of S10e plans with at least 10GB of data per month for comparison’s sake.

You don’t often see Telstra as one of the cheapest options of the bunch, so now is a good time to jump on board if you’re keen on its coverage capabilities.

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