Optus Samsung Note 10 plans

Optus may have stopped selling the Samsung Note 10, but you can still pick up the newer Note 20 instead.

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 has been replaced by the more recent Note 20, and Optus is no longer offering it new with its mobile plans.

However, both the Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra 5G models are available for purchase from Optus, with the added benefit of 5G network access if you're in a place that has coverage. The Note20's $1600+ cost will be split into payments of about $46 per month, over 36 months, which might be more affordable.

Compare Optus Samsung Note 20 plans

When you sign up to an Optus postpaid plan, you'll be able to share data between plans on the same account, as well as avoid excess data charges past your cap (though download speeds will be capped at 1.5Mbps). 5G network access is included automatically with compatible devices and areas, plus some plans give international calls and texts.

Still interested in a Samsung Note10?

While there are no providers, including Optus, that currently stock the Note 10, Telstra still has a handful of the Note 10+, which comes with a bigger screen. You can compare Telstra's Note 10+ plans below.

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