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Wrap Up: Best Oz Note9 Pre-Order Offers

After the huge Samsung Galaxy Note9 launch early this morning, major carriers have started taking pre-orders. We’ve done a quick wrap up of some of the offers available right now.

(For Comparison) Samsung Direct Purchase:

  • Free upgrade to 512 GB/8 GB edition.
  • Outright purchase $1499.
  • “Trade-Up” discounts. Find out details on “Trading-Up” here.
  • Full details here.


  • Free upgrade to 512 GB/8 GB edition.
  • Recommended plan is 60GB and is priced at:
    • Lease for $129 per month, $3096 minimum lifetime spend.
    • Buy for $139 per month, $3,336 minimum life time spend.
  • Free Galaxy Tab A (RRP $456).
  • Peace of Mind Data plan ($10 per month for every data cap breach, limited speeds of 1.5mbps).
  • Foxtel Now Starter Pack 24 month subscription.
  • 60 GB data.
  • 2 GB international roaming data plus unlimited talk and text.
  • Full details here.


  • Free upgrade to 512 GB/8 GB edition.
  • Recommended plan is 20 GB data + 5 GB bonus and is priced at:
    • $95 per month for lease, $2,040 minimum life time spend
    • $105 per month to own, $2,280 minimum life time spend
  • Optus Sport, National Geographic, Music Streaming and Mobile TV Streaming bundled. Mobile TV will cost $5 per month extra, with a choice to renew each month.
  • Unlimited calls and texts nationally and to 35 selected other countries.
  • Full details here.


  • Free upgrade to 512 GB/8 GB edition.
  • $Recommended plan is 80 GB data per month (advertised as being upgraded from 40 GB per month)
  • 10,000 Qantas Points online
  • Loyalty discounts for extending your plan to 24 month or 36 month periods.
  • 10% off monthly fees if you’re signing up as an additional plan where your current plan is of equal or lesser value
  • 2000 minutes for Zone 1, 200 minutes for Zone 2 International calls
  • Full details here.

Wrap Up:

On paper, it looks like its between Telstra and Samsung for the best deal. Buying outright from Samsung and then going to a carrier for a deal on a sim is a good strategy. If you want to avoid the hassle, Telstra brings the value with a free tablet computer.

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