If you're in the market for a well priced phone that comes with a whole chunk of data, Optus has a deal with you. And it comes with free Galaxy Buds.
It wasn’t long ago when premium smartphones cost around $1000. But after suffering through several release cycles littered with $1,500 flagships, it’s clear those days aren’t coming back. To fill in the gap, phone makers have started putting out streamlined, slightly more affordable versions of the flagship devices, typically with a handful of more luxurious features removed to help lower the price.
Optus is offering the Samsung Galaxy S10e for only $59 a month on a 24-month contract. It comes with 30GB of data and if you sign up before November 25 you'll also score a pair of Galaxy Buds (RRP $249) for free.
The S10e is the entry-level device from Samsung's 2019 range, and it's definitely the most balanced when it comes to the price you pay for the specs and inclusions. You can read our review here.
The total cost of the plan comes $1,416 over 24 months. Comparatively, the S10e launched at $1,199 outright, and JB Hi-Fi is currently selling it for $999. Once you factor in the value of the Galaxy Buds the cost of the plan itself is reduced to almost nothing.
All in all, this is a really good deal, especially with the buds thrown in. You can read more about them here.
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