Every Australian Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge contract plan from Telstra, Optus, Vodafone and Virgin Mobile

Angus Kidman 26 February 2016

Compare every S7/Edge plan in Australia, and find out where buying outright and going with a month-to-month plan will get you a better deal.

The Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge are the first major phone releases of 2016, and interest is going to be keen; Samsung is the biggest seller of Android phones in Australia, and the phones looked impressive in our initial hands-on test.

From today (26 February), you can pre-order the S7 or S7 Edge, either by buying outright or by signing up for a contract; the phone will ship on 11 March. What are your options and what's the best deal?

Whether you go contract or outright, if you pre-order an S7 or S7 Edge before 11 March you'll also receive a free Galaxy Gear VR virtual reality headset. The interactive finder.com.au table below shows all the consumer contract deals from Optus, Telstra, Vodafone and Virgin Mobile (we'll automatically update as new deals are unveiled or prices change; right now, everyone is only selling the 32GB model, but as the S7 family has expandable storage that's not a major drama).

But that's not all! By clicking on the "Outright vs contract" tab, you can also see how much you'll pay if you buy the phone outright on selected plans and then use a month-to-month deal for your phone service. In many cases, this will prove considerably cheaper, so compare your options carefully. You can sort the table by total price, data or call inclusions to find the best plan for you on your preferred network. You can also click on "Modify Results" to change the requirements (so you can just look at plans with more than 5GB of data, or only look at plans on specific networks). All the contract deals are for 24 months.

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