Thursday , April 26 2018

Galaxy S III 4G now in stock at Telstra, $864 outright

Those of you who have been waiting to get your hands on a Jelly Bean powered Samsung Galaxy S III 4G on the Telstra network, but didn’t want to purchase from the Telstra on-line store can now head into your local Telstra store where stock is now waiting for you.

Available for $66 per month on a 24 month contract which includes a $6 per month handset repayment, the plan offers you $600 worth of calls and MMS with unlimited SMS and 1GB of Data. But just in case a contract isn’t for you the phone is also available for outright purchase for $864.

Anyone heading into a Telstra store to purchase one either on a plan or outright?

Thanks: Spotted by Chris while on a leisurely lunchtime walk., and Carsten.

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3 Comments on "Galaxy S III 4G now in stock at Telstra, $864 outright"

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Valued Guest

I picked up a Titanium Grey S3 4G from Telechoice but for use on the Telstra 4G network. After loading the Telstra APN details it works perfectly and was cheaper. The hype about requiring the T version of the phone is B.S.. I did not need to unlock. It works perfectly.

Valued Guest

When will the 32GB version be released? Thanks.

Valued Guest

No reports of a 32g version yet to my knowledge. But don’t forget it does take micro SD.

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