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Vodafone Galaxy S23 plans and prices: Get a bonus $500 voucher

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Score a new Samsung phone and get up to $500 credit towards your next purchase.

It's the first major phone launch of 2023 and it didn't disappoint.

Now that the Samsung Galaxy S23 range has finally been unveiled, let's look at what you get when you pair it with a mobile plan from Vodafone.

Vodafone is offering exclusive bonus Samsung vouchers worth up to $500 to spend on the Australian Samsung online store across a range of products.

View Vodafone's S23 deals

Without further ado, let's check out the Samsung Galaxy S23 plans on offer from Vodafone.

Vodafone Samsung Galaxy S23 plans start at $82.47 a month with a $300 bonus voucher

The first cab off the rank is the Samsung Galaxy S23 – the base model and cheapest to purchase outright.

The S23 is available in just 2 storage variants and is the only model offered with just 128GB of storage. It will set you back $1,348.92 for 128GB and $1,449.00 for 256GB.

Customers who pre-order the S23 will receive a $300 Samsung voucher.

View Vodafone's S23 plans here

When you pair the S23 with Vodafone's Small plan at $45 a month for 40GB, here's what the monthly cost will look like over 12-, 24- and 36-month repayment periods.

128GB model:

256GB model:

Vodafone Samsung Galaxy S23+ plans start at $90.80 a month with a $300 bonus voucher

The S23+ is an upgrade to last year's S22+ with significant battery and display changes. It's a mid-point between the regular model and the Ultra so it's larger but doesn't offer as many features as the top-tier model.

Like the S23, it comes in 2 storage variants. The 256GB variant costs $1,648.92 outright while the 512GB variant costs $1,848.96.

Customers who pre-order the S23+ will also receive a $300 Samsung voucher.

Paired with the cheapest Vodafone plan of $45 a month for 40GB, here's what the monthly cost of the Samsung Galaxy Plus looks like over 12-, 24- and 36-month repayment periods.

256GB model:

512GB model

Vodafone Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra plans start at $99.13 a month with a $500 bonus voucher

Finally, the Ultra closes out the line as the premiere flagship phone. It's equipped with a unique S-Pen so you can write or draw on your phone as you like.

Unlike the other 2 models, the S23 Ultra comes in 3 storage variants including a whopping 1TB.

To purchase it outright will set you back:

  • $1,948.92 for 256GB
  • $2,248.92 for 512GB
  • $2,649 for 1TB

Customers who pre-order the S23 Ultra will receive a $500 Samsung voucher.

Paired with Vodafone's cheapest plan at $45 a month for 40GB, here's what the monthly cost of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra looks like over 12-, 24- and 36-month repayment periods.

256GB model:

512GB model:

1TB model:

What else do you get on a Vodafone Samsung S23 plan?

Vodafone may have the smallest mobile network of the 3 major telcos but its prices fall on the more affordable side. The voucher to spend at the Samsung store is certainly a welcome bonus.

With every Vodafone mobile plan, you get:

  • Access to Vodafone's 4G/5G network. Its 4G network covers 96% of Aussies.
  • Unlimited standard national calls and texts
  • Infinite data with no excess data charges. Speeds are slowed to 2Mbps when you use up your allowance.
  • $5 roaming add-on. Head overseas and use all your plan inclusions for just $5 a day.

When do Vodafone's S23 pre-order deals expire?

You can pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S23 range from Vodafone right now to take advantage of its Samsung voucher deal. Offers end on 16 February 2023, with the S23 line-up officially going on sale from 17 February.

Keen to see what everyone's offering? Compare the Samsung S23 plans in Australia.

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