While an outright purchase might be an easy choice for some, for many the only way to get hands-on with an expensive new smartphone is to get one and pay it off on a plan / lease.
Telstra is one of the carriers offering both regular plans and lease plans, and goodness knows there’s many, many options. Over at the Teltra website the Galaxy S20 will be available to pre-order from 9am today. All Galaxy S20 devices are available for outright purchase and on monthly repayment terms through 24 and 36 month contracts through Telstra.
Telstra have special deals for those who choose a month to month plan where consumers and small businesses can get the Galaxy S20+ 5G 128GB device for the price of the Galaxy S20 5G 128GB which is a definite jump up in camera chops from one to the other — this offer is only available until 3 April 2020. Those who do grab a Galaxy S20 on a month to month plan will also earn up to 80,000 points on Telstra Plus.
To be eligible for the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ in white you must pre-order the Galaxy S20+ or the Galaxy S20 Ultra.
|Outright||Over 24 months||Over 36 months|
|Samsung Galaxy S20||4G||128GB||$1349||$56.20||$37.47|
|Samsung Galaxy S20||5G||128GB||$1499||$62.45||$41.63|
|Samsung Galaxy S20+||5G||128GB||$1649||$68.70||$45.80|
|Samsung Galaxy S20+||5G||512GB||$1899||$79.12||$52.75|
|Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra||5G||128GB||$1999||$83.29||$55.52|
|Samsung Galaxy Buds+||N/A||N/A||$299||N/A||N/A|
As more details on plans become available we will update the tables and information as required. If you are interested in a Galaxy S20 check back here later today for all the latest plans and information.
You stated that Telstra are offering Lease plans but where are you seeing these? I am on one still from my S10 5G and was told that they have been canned in favour of month to month contracts, pretty frustrating as I went on a lease plan to be able to upgrade my phone every year for a small fee.