Get three free plan renewals when you purchase the Samsung Galaxy S9 through amaysim
Purchase Samsung's latest handsets on contract or outright and amaysim will waive your first three monthly repayments.
The traditional names in the mobile industry aren't the only ones to serve up the deals following the announcement of Samsung's new Galaxy S9 and S9+ handsets this morning. Popular budget-priced provider amaysim is rolling out a special promotion for the flashy phones, too, offering customers three free renewals on any of its Unlimited plans when purchasing either the Galaxy S9 or S9+ prior to their release on 16 March.
This deal means you won't have to pay plan fees for the three months following your purchase of the S9 or S9+, regardless of whether you sign up for a 12-month or 24-month contract or decide to purchase the phone outright.
Pricing starts at $1199 if you want to buy the 64GB model of the Samsung Galaxy S9 outright, but this drops to $104 a month on a 12-month contract or $57 on a 24-month contract. Additionally, you'll need to purchase one of amaysim's Unlimited mobile plans if you want to benefit from the three free renewals. The Unlimited plans all include unlimited standard national talk and text, starting at $10 a month for 1GB of data and going all the way up to $50 a month for 20GB of data, unlimited standard international calls to 10 select countries and 300 international minutes to a further 22 select countries.
All Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ pre-orders with amaysim also come with a free wireless charging pad, valued at $119.
For a more detailed breakdown of amaysim's Unlimited plans, check out the table below:
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