+ Wednesday January 22nd, 2020

Note 4 - Colours
After the rest of the carriers kicked off their pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 on the 15th of October, Telstra has finally arrived to the party and today announced pre-orders are now being accepted for the Note 4 on their network, with the phone due to arrive in-store on the 5th of November.

Telstra are offering the Charcoal Black and Frost White Galaxy Note 4, as well as an exclusive on the Bronze Gold colour. You can connect on a variety of plans, but there’s bonuses for connecting to $70 and above Mobile Accelerate Plans. If you pre-order on a Telstra plan $70 and above you’ll receive a $100 EFTPOS Gift Card being given as a gift with purchase, as well as getting access to the Telstra New Phone Feeling for no additional charge which normally costs $10 per month, as well as a choice of 1GB extra data or $1,000 extra talk to standard Australian numbers per month.

There’s a range of plans that Telstra are offering including :

$12/mth device repayment when you stay connected for 24 months on a $70 Mobile Accelerate Plan (min cost $1968 ($82/mth) excess data 3c/MB, 2 min standard call $2.38)
$18/mth device repayment when you stay connected for 24 months on a $65 Easy Share Business Plan (min cost $1992 ($83/mth) excess data 3c/MB, 2 min standard call $2)

But there’s other options :
Note 4 Plans - Telstra

Telstra are playing up the Gold side of things by also offering a chance to win $25,000 worth of gold bullion bars. Simply head over to one of the Telstra Social media site and make a comment :

Full terms and conditions can be read on their site, so check them out before entering.

If you’re interested in pre-ordering the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 from Telstra, head on over to their website and get your order in.

Source: Telstra.

Daniel Tyson  

Daniel Tyson

Daniel is a former editor of Ausdroid, and left in February 2019.

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seriously why does telstra nabs the exclusive on gold why cant other 2 carriers vodafone and optus gets it as well actually why cant australia carriers get all colours

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