Samsung's first Unpacked for the year is now done. This means that three brand new S20 devices will be hitting the Australian market soon - the S20, S20+ and S20 Ultra.
But not everyone likes to buy outright and Vodafone has some pretty decent plans available. And we happen to have them all for you.
The cheapest way to get a brand new S20 device through Vodafone is the S20 5G 128GB on a 36-month plan. $35.83 a month for the plan and $41.63 for the handset comes to a total of $77.46 a month, which gets you 5G access (but only once Vodafone launches its 5G network) and 7GB data.
This is currently the cheapest S20 plan going in Australia by a non-MVNO carrier.
If you don't mind a 36-month contract but do like data, we would recommend spending the extra $10 a month to bump it up to 60GB a month.
Vodafone also has an exclusive offering where you can pre-order the 128GB S20+ 5G for the price of the 128GB S20+ 4G. While not a HUGE deal, it's a nice way to spend a bit less to future proof your device.
All Vodafone customers that pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S20+ or the S20 Ultra will also receive the white variant of the new Samsung Galaxy Buds+ in white for free. Redemption needs to be processed via the Samsung website.
And here are the plans.
Vodafone Samsung Galaxy S20 Plans
S20 (128GB) 24 months
S20 (128GB) 36 months
S20 5G (128GB) 24 months
S20 5G (128GB) 36 months
Vodafone Samsung Galaxy S20+ Plans
S20+ (128GB) 24 months
S20+ (128GB) 36 months
S20+ 5G (128GB) 24 months
S20+ 5G (128GB) 36 months
S20+ 5G (512GB) 24 months
S20+ 5G (512GB) 36 months
Vodafone Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Plans
S20 Ultra 5G (128GB) 24 months
S20 Ultra 5G (128GB) 36 months
Vodafone S20 Ultra 5G (512GB) 24 months
Vodafone S20 Ultra 5G (512GB) 36 months
The first Samsung Unpacked for 2020 is now in the bag. With it comes the new Samsung Galaxy S20 range which has three phones (and a lot of variants) - the S20, S20+ and S20 Ultra. Thanks to yet another leaky boat, we weren't surprised by the specs, but now they're all shiny and official. We have all the details right here for you, including when you can get them in Australia and how much they cost.
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