Wednesday , December 19 2018 Ausdroid » Other News » Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ Telstra pricing and plans now available

Note 5 - S6 Edge+
Telstra has just announced their pricing and plans for the just announced Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+ handsets, with pre-orders starting soon.

As expected Telstra has managed to get exclusives on the colour variants of the Galaxy S6 Edge+, offering the phone in both Black Sapphire and White Pearl in 32GB and 64GB storage options. The Note 5 however is only going to be offered in basic Black Sapphire in the 32GB configuration.

Telstra has released Business and Personal plans with 24 month contracts starting at $55 per month for personal contracts and $65 per month for business contracts.

Pre-orders for the phones go live we think on the 24th of August, but their site currently lists the 24th of September, but that is most likely a typo.

When pre-orders go live, Telstra is giving you the option to win an ‘all-expenses epic weekend away to see some of Australia’s biggest attractions and do some of the biggest adventures’ with $20,000 spending money. Simply by telling them in 25 words or less why ‘you and your three biggest adventurer mates should be the ones going on this trip’.

We’ll update with the links for pre-orders as soon as they are live on the 24th of August.

Source: Telstra.

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Yep nothing changes except price hikes.


It’s simply not worth going on a plan anymore. These prices are absurd. I’m going to look into cheaper Chinese handsets and just find some cheap pre paid monthly sim.

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