Samsung phone plans

Samsung phones have really held their own against Apple in recent times. Compare Samsung phone plans to find the best deal today.

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You can get your hands on the latest Samsung models by signing up to a mobile plan with Telstra, Optus, Vodafone or a smaller provider.

Remember, the actual RRP cost of the phone never changes no matter which provider you sign up to. The most important thing to consider is the mobile plan attached to the phone, since that's what changes the price you pay between different providers.

Which Samsung are you after?

Compare Samsung S21 5G plans below

The Samsung S21 is Samsung's latest model, and you can get it on a 12-, 24- or 36-month contract. You can click the 'filter results' button to show specific providers or S21 handsets, and adjust your plan requirements.

Compare Samsung S20 Ultra plans

Like your phone with a bigger screen? The S20 Ultra is the largest of Samsung's latest releases and comes with better cameras on the front and back too. You can adjust the filters by clicking the "filter results" button below.

Compare Samsung S20+ plans here

If you're looking for the middle child of the S20 range, meet the S20+. It's slightly bigger than the S20 but not as large as the S20 Ultra. We're showing the 5G model below but Samsung also does the S20+ in a 4G version too. You can check that handset out by clicking 'filter results' and adding it as a phone to compare.

Compare Samsung Note 20 plans

While the S20 range is Samsung's most popular, its Note 20 range stands strongly on its own too. Bigger than the standard S20 and coming with an S pen, this phone is better suited for you if you're looking for a larger device. We're showing the Note 20 5G below, but you can click "filter results" and search for more Note 20 models like the Note 20 Ultra or 4G versions.

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    AltheaJuly 10, 2017

    Does the Samsung J1 Prime have a blue tick?

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      JhezJuly 11, 2017Staff

      Hi Althea,

      Thanks for your comment.

      Upon checking, Samsung J1 Prime is not part of the Blue Tick Telstra phones for the bush. If you wish, please check our list of Blue Tick Telstra phones. It should give you a better way to compare your options.

      I hope this helps.


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    dianeApril 1, 2016

    just went with dodo for my samsung s mobile .why cant i get any internet. signal there not connecting. was working well with virgin??

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      BrodieApril 7, 2016

      Hi Diane,

      You’ve come through to I would recommend visiting Settings > Wireless & Networks > More and selecting Mobile networks. Then make sure Optus 4G is selected as the preferred network. If it is, try resetting your handset. If you are still experiencing issues with your mobile service, I would recommend contacting Dodo technical support.


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    AlexFebruary 28, 2016

    looking for a plan for Galaxy J1

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      BrodieFebruary 29, 2016

      Hi Alex,

      No provider in Australia offers the Samsung Galaxy J1 on a plan. However, you purchase the J1 on Optus Prepaid for $139.00 or the Galaxy J1 Ace for $99 on Vodafone Prepaid.


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      JasonJune 9, 2017

      Southern Phone now have the Samsung Galaxy J1 on a monthly plan.

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