Optus offers free storage upgrades with its Samsung Galaxy Note9 pre-orders

Posted: 10 August 2018 7:20 am

The complimentary upgrade also applies to Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 pre-orders.

Following Samsung's announcement of its new Galaxy Note9 smartphone, Optus has revealed a range of pre-order options for Aussies wanting to secure the premium handset when it releases on 24 August.

Two main options are available: the My Plan Flex plan which starts at $85 a month for 2GB of data and unlimited standard calls and texts, and the My Plan Plus plan which starts at $95 a month for 2GB of data and unlimited standard calls and texts. Both plans operate on a 24-month contract, but the My Plan Flex options are lease plans, so you don't get to keep the Galaxy Note9 at the end of your contract. The My Plan Plus options, on the other hand, are traditional contract plans where you're paying off the handset over the course of 24 months and own it at the end.

As an added incentive for pre-ordering, Optus is offering a free storage upgrade from 128GB to 512GB with any Galaxy Note9 pre-order made before midnight on 23 August.

Along with the Galaxy Note9, Optus has also opened up pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4, which goes on sale the same day as the Galaxy Note9. The tablet will be available on the My Mobile Broadband plans which start at $50 a month for 3GB of data. A similar free storage upgrade applies to Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 pre-orders, with Optus upgrading the base 64GB storage capacity to 256GB at no extra cost.

Pre-orders for both the Galaxy Note9 and the Galaxy Tab S4 are available now.

For more details on these plans, check out the table below. Pricing is based on My Plan Plus plans where you own the phone at the end of your contract. Leasing via an Optus My Plan Flex plan takes $10 off handset fees for all plans excluding the $145 plan.

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