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Optus EOFY sale top deals: Free Netflix, Samsung discounts and more


Optus's EOFY sale is a marathon of discounted tech and some sweet as bonus gifts.

From phones to internet to long expiry mobile plans, here's a round up of the best deals from Optus's EOFY sale.

Optus Plus Everyday NBNUp to $30 off per month for the first 6 months depending on speed
Optus Plus Family Entertainer NBNUp to $30 off per month over 6 months depending on speed, free Netflix subscription included
Samsung Galaxy S23 seriesGet $300 off and a bonus Galaxy Watch5
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE50% off RRP, save $474
Optus Flex 365-day long expiry mobile planPay $220 for 200GB for the 1st year instead of $300
Optus Plus Everyday Fast 5GFirst month free, then $10 off per month over 6 months
Optus Plus Entertainer Superfast 5G
Optus 4G home internet planFirst month free

Optus's EOFY sale offers end on 30 June 2023.

Optus NBN deals for EOFY

Optus is running a sale on its NBN plans across most speed categories (barring NBN 25) with up to $30 off per month for the first 6 months.

You can also score a standard subscription to Netflix if you sign up to its family entertainer plan.

For example, the NBN 100 family entertainer plan will cost you $99 a month for the first 6 months, then $119 a month after.

Samsung Galaxy S23 series - Save $300 and get a bonus Galaxy Watch5

Optus is throwing in a free Galaxy Watch 5 (Graphite, 44mm) with any of the S23 models when you sign up to its 12-, 24- or 36-month phone plan.

It's also sweetening up its EOFY sale offer with a further $300 discount if you commit to a phone plan for 24 or 36 months.

Assuming you want the cheapest repayment per month, here's how much it'll cost if you pair your phone with the Small Optus Choice Plus Plan - 30GB for $49 a month.

  • Samsung S23: From $78.12 a month over 36 months
  • Samsung S23 Plus: From $86.46 a month over 36 months
  • Samsung S23 Ultra: From $94.78 a month over 36 months

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE - 50% off

The S21 FE (128GB) is a decent alternative to Samsung's latest phones if you're keen to keep your budget low.

If you sign up to Optus's 24- or 36-month plan you can score around $474 off the phone's original RRP - $948.

Here's how much you're looking to pay if you pair your repayment plan with Optus's cheapest mobile plan - 30GB for $49 per month.

  • Over 36 months: $62.18 a month
  • Over 24 months: $68.77 a month

365-day long expiry plan - Discounted 200GB plan

Long expiry plans are a great way to set and forget about your mobile plan for a full year. They're even better when on sale.

Optus is giving its 200GB 365-day plan for $220 instead of the usual $300.

You also get 200GB data rollover and the option to add 300 minutes of standard international call to 50 destinations for $5 (28-day expiry).

Optus home internet deals for EOFY

Not keen on the NBN? Optus is slinging the first month free on its unlimited data 4G and 5G home internet plans.

Its Everyday Fast 5G plan goes a step further with a free month and $10 a month off for the next 6 months.

The Entertainer Superfast 5G option has a free month, $20 off for 6 months after that AND a free subscription to Netflix worth $16.99 per month.

Well folks, that's a wrap on Optus's best deals for EOFY. You can head straight to the telco if you're after more offers on accessories and tablets.

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