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Samsung Galaxy Plans

From the latest Samsung S20 range to their more affordable Galaxy A models, we'll help you compare Samsung Galaxy plans to find the right one.

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The Samsung Galaxy series is one of the most successful families of phones in recent years, known for being on the cutting edge when it comes to tech and specs. You can get your hands on the latest Samsung models by signing up to a mobile plan with Telstra, Optus, Woolworths Mobile or Vodafone.

When it comes to the new Samsung Galaxy S20, you can pick between 4G- and 5G-capable models, with 5G capabilities costing more. Here's a rundown of the options:

  • Samsung Galaxy S20 ($1,349 for the 4G 128GB)
  • Samsung Galaxy S20+ ($1,499 for the 4G 128GB)
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra ($1,999 for the 5G 128GB)

While the handset itself will cost the same no matter who you sign a contract with, the mobile plan your phone is attached to can vary widely between providers. Here are the plans and deals you can get:

Compare Samsung S20, S20+ and S20 Ultra plans below

The Samsung S20 is Samsung's latest model, and you can get it on a 12-, 24- or 36-month contract. Get a basic S20 or grab an S20+ or S20 Ultra for some extra each month. You can click the 'filter results' button to show specific providers or S20 handsets, and adjust your plan requirements.

Compare Samsung S10, S10+ and S10e plans here

The Samsung S10 is still a powerful handset and can be obtained on a 12-, 24- or 36-month contract. The S10 is cheaper than the latest model on offer and you can choose between 4G and 5G versions.


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The Samsung Galaxy Note has a larger screen size than other Samsung models, but a bit of a shorter battery life. You can also get the slightly more powerful version, the Samsung Galaxy Note+.

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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. You may refer to this page for the list of Telstra Blue Tick phones.

      Regards,
      Jhezelyn

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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 finder.com.au. 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.

      Thanks,
      Brodie

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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.

      Thanks,
      Brodie

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      JasonJune 9, 2017

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

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