Samsung and Australia's three operators – Telstra, Optus and Vodafone Australia – have revealed their Galaxy Note 9 prices together with pre-orders from 10 August before launch on August 24th.
Galaxy Note 9 costs AU $ 1,499 directly from Samsung for both models if pre-order of the handset, the 512GB version will be priced at AU $ 1,799.
The handset has a 6.4-inch 2.960×1,440 quad HD + Super AMOLED display; 6GB RAM (LPDR4) with 128GB of storage space and microSD card slot up to 512GB or 8GB of RAM (LPDR4) with 51
The device will also be equipped with a rear dual-camera with dual optical image stabilization; a rear wide-angle 12 megapixel camera with super-speed dual pixel, auto focus, F1.5 / F2.4; and a 12 megapixel rear telephoto camera with auto focus, F2.4 and 2x optical zoom with up to 10x digital zoom.
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Under its new simplified plans, revealed last year as part of the Telstra2022 strategy, the Galaxy phones are available at the following price points from Telstra:
- Galaxy Note 9 128GB: AU $ 122 for 3GB data ; AU $ 129 for 10 GB data; AU $ 134 for 30 GB data; AU $ 139 for 60GB data; and AU $ 199 for unlimited data
- Galaxy Note 9 512GB: AU $ 129 for 3GB data; AU $ 139 for 10GB of data; AU $ 149 for 30GB data; AU $ 149 for 60GB data; and $ 199 for unlimited data
On Telstras mobile phone plans, the phones cost:
- Galaxy Note 9 128GB: AU $ 112 for 3GB data; AU $ 199 for 10GB data; AU $ 124 for 30 GB data; AU $ 129 for 60GB data; and AU $ 199 for unlimited data
- Galaxy Note 9 512GB: AU $ 119 for 3GB data; AU $ 129 for 10 GB data; AU $ 139 for 30 GB data; AU $ 139 for 60GB data; and $ 199 for unlimited data
Telstra also launches a Samsung Tab A 8.0 – and an automatic upgrade to the 512 GB device – for all customers who pre-order Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
Top Plans also include Peace of Mind data and a 12-month Foxtel Now startup package, along with international roaming data and calls to different destinations.
Optus offers 512 GB model for the same price as the 128 GB model on August 23, with the phones:
- Owning: AU $ 95 for 2 GB data; AU $ 100 for 5GB data; AU $ 105 for 20GB data; AU $ 115 for 40 GB data; AU $ 132 for 100 GB data; and AU $ 145 for 200 GB data
- To lease: AU $ 85 for 2GB data; AU $ 90 for 5GB data; AU $ 95 for 20 GB data; AU $ 105 for 40 GB data; AU $ 125 for 100GB data; and AU $ 145 for 200GB data
All Optus plans include unlimited conversations and texts; The four top plans include unlimited international calls and texts to 35 countries; and the three best include international roaming ranging from 2GB to 6GB.
Optus also pointed to the contents of the English Premier League and UEFA Champions League, alongside National Geographic; data streaming of Spotify, Google Play Music and iHeartRadio; and $ 5 per month data streaming over Netflix, Stan and ABC iView.
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As of 30 June, Optus had 10.2 million mobile customers across Australia.
Vodafone, currently based on 6 million mobile customers, including Kogan and Lebara subs, offers the 512GB model at the same price as the 128GB model on August 23 with phones that cost the following:
- 12 Monthly Plans: AU $ 159.91 for 2GB data; AU $ 169.91 for 20GB data; AU $ 184.91 for 40GB data; AU $ 184.91 for 80GB data; and AU $ 204.91 for 100GB data
- 24-month plans: AU $ 97.45 for 2GB data; AU $ 107.45 for 20GB data; AU $ 117.45 for 40GB data; AU $ 117.45 for 80GB data; and AU $ 137.45 for 100GB data
- 36-month plans: AU $ 76.63 for 2GB data; AU $ 86.63 for 20GB data; AU $ 98.13 for 40GB data; AU $ 98.13 for 80GB data; and $ 118.13 for 100GB of data
Vodafone last month also released its mobile Pass Extensions that allow unlimited, unmetered use of a 1.5 Mbps web site.
At an additional cost of $ 15 per month, Vodafone costs users infinite streams from Netflix, Amazon Prime and Stan; For AU $ 10 each month, users can stream music from Amazon Music, Spotify, Tidal, Deezer and SoundCloud; endless data from Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Pinterst can be purchased for AU $ 10 a month; and the text items for Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp, along with text and conversation parts of Viber, can be used at 1.5Mbps for AU $ 5 per month.
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