Tuesday , August 22 2017

Virgin Mobile pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 are live – $5 per month on an $80 Plan

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Virgin Mobile has opened up their pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 on their website, offering the handset in the traditional Black and White colour options.

The handset is available for $5 per month on their $80 plan, which includes unlimited calls and texts within Australia and $150 of included calls and text to international numbers. The $80 plan also includes 4GB of Data + a bonus 2GB, making for a whopping 6GB of mobile data per month.

If the $80 plan isn’t within your current budget, Virgin Mobile offer plans starting as low as $30 per month. Until the 21st of December, Virgin Mobile is also offering an additional 2GB of data on all plans, to all new subscribers or people upgrading their plans.

Virgin Mobile Note 4 Plans - 1

Virgin Mobile Note 4 Plans - 2

The handset will ship out on the 5th of November – the launch day as advised by Samsung Australia yesterday – and it may take between 1-3 days to arrive in Metro areas, or up to 4 business days to arrive in rural areas. If you’ve been looking forward to getting the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 on Virgin Mobile, then head across to the Virgin Mobile website to pre-order now.

 
Source: Virgin Mobile.

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Shame this is coming out so late. If this were out earlier, I probably would have bought it instead of getting the Nexus 6. But seeing as the N6 looks like it’ll be out sooner, I’ll be getting that.

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