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Samsung Galaxy S24 plans in Australia

The Samsung Galaxy S24 will cost you at least $1,399, but you can get it on a phone plan from one of the major telcos.

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How much is the Samsung Galaxy S24?

Prices for the S24 in Australia are:

  • $1,399 for the Samsung S24 256GB
  • $1,599 for the Samsung S24 512GB

Your colour options from telcos include Onyx Black, Marble Grey, Cobalt Violet and Amber Yellow.

Optus S24 plans

Optus's S24 deals include:

  • Get 500GB of data for just $69 a month for the first 12 months on the Optus Plus Promo plan. The price reverts to $89 a month after the promotion ends.

Signing up to an Optus plan will also give you access to:

  • Optus Sport at a discounted price. You'll pay $6.99 per month instead of the usual $24.99.
  • Its 5G network if it's available in your area.
  • Endless data. Your speeds will be capped at 1.5Mbps once you've chewed through your data allowance.
  • Data sharing across eligible linked accounts.
  • Unlimited international calls and texts to 35 countries (on its Medium plan and above).
  • Up to 10% in savings when you bundle 3 or more subscriptions via Optus SubHub.

Vodafone Samsung S24 plans

Vodafone's S24 deals include:

  • Trade in an eligible device to get a trade-in credit when you stay connected to an eligible plan over 12, 24 or 36 months. This can help you save on the overall cost of the S24 especially if you have an older handset worth parting with.

If you pair your S24 with a Vodafone plan, you'll also get:

  • No extra data charges. Your speeds will be capped at 2Mbps once you've used up your data allowance.
  • Unlimited international texts on all plans.
  • Unlimited international calls to Zone 1 countries and 300 minutes to Zone 2 locations on its medium plan and above.
  • Access to its 5G network if it's available in your area.
  • $5 a day roaming to use your regular SIM only plan overseas.

Telstra S24 plans

Telstra's S24 deals include:

  • Trading-in your old device and save a few bucks when you upgrade.

With a Telstra mobile plan, you can expect:

  • Access to the largest network in Australia plus 5G is it's available in your area.
  • No excess data charges. Your speeds will be capped at 1.5Mbps if you use up all your monthly data.
  • 4 months of access to Spotify Premium for new subscribers and a 2-month subscription to BINGE for new customers.
  • Unlimited international texts to all countries and 30 minutes of free calls.
  • Access to Telstra Plus rewards program.

What is the best Samsung S24 plan?

There's no one-size-fits-all answer to this.

Consider which network best services where you live and the place you frequently visit, then look at the deals on offer. Which one is more enticing?

Lastly, have a look at the monthly repayment costs. For example, Optus and Vodafone share similar SIM only plan costs, but Vodafone offers more data. On top of this, Vodafone is discounting the actual cost of the phone, which could make it a better deal for you.

That being said, you might value Optus's network coverage more and swing in that direction instead.

Samsung S24 specifications

  • Colours: Onyx Black, Marble Grey, Cobalt Violet and Amber Yellow
  • Display: 6.2 inches
  • Dimensions and weight: 147 x 70.6 x 7.6mm, 167g
  • Camera: 12MP ultra-wide camera, 50MP wide camera, 10MP telephoto camera with 3x optical zoom, 12MP front camera with 3x optical zoom
  • Battery: 4,000mAh

To compare specs across the full range, check our coverage of the Samsung S24 launch.

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