Optus Samsung plans

Get your hands on one of the latest Samsung phones with Optus’s flexible repayment plans.

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Optus has a whole suite of Samsung phones for you to purchase – from the powerful Samsung Galaxy S21 to the more unique Samsung Galaxy Z Flip.

You can pay off the cost of your device over 12, 24 or 36 months if you're not ready to cough up the full amount upfront.

Remember: The RRP of the phones doesn't change whether you buy your Samsung phone from Optus or outright at the Samsung store.

Keep in mind that the prices quoted in the tables in this guide don't take into account any promotions Optus might be running at any given time. You can find the latest prices and information on Optus Samsung plans at https://www.optus.com.au/mobile/samsung.

Compare Optus S21 plans

There was a lot of fanfare at the start of 2021 when Samsung released its latest flagship – the S21 series.

All 3 models, including the entry-level Galaxy S21 and the pricier S21 Plus and S21 Ultra come with serious camera action and powerful processors.

We don't have Optus S21 plans available via Finder right now, but we've broken down the monthly repayment in the tabs below for the different S21 phones.

SamsungRRPRepayment over 12 monthsRepayment over 24 monthsRepayment over 36 months
S21 (128GB)$1,248.48$104.04$52.02$34.68
S21 (256GB)$1,348.56$112.38$56.19$37.46
SamsungRRPRepayment over 12 monthsRepayment over 24 monthsRepayment over 36 months
S21+ (128GB)$1,548.72$129.06$64.53$43.02
S21+ (256GB)$1,648.80$137.40$68.70$45.80
SamsungRRPRepayment over 12 monthsRepayment over 24 monthsRepayment over 36 months
S21 Ultra (128GB)$1,848.96$154.08$77.04$51.36
S21 Ultra (256GB)$1,948.32$162.36$81.18$54.12
S21 Ultra (512GB)$2,148.48$179.04$89.52$59.68

Keep in mind the plans above do not include the cost of adding on an Optus plan. The cheapest one will cost you $45 per month for 20GB, or:

  • $55 for 80GB
  • $65 for 200GB
  • $85 for 240GB

You'll get 5G access at no extra cost if it's available in your area and:

  • Endless data with speed caps of 1.5Mbps once you've crossed your allocated data allowance for the month
  • Optus data sharing with eligible plans linked to your account
  • Free access to Optus Sport and OS Fitness

There's no lock-in contract so you can leave at any time during your 12- to 36-month repayment period – as long as you pay what's owing for your device.

Compare Optus S20 plans

If you're not ready to splurge on the latest Samsung device, then its predecessor – the S20 line-up – is still a worthy alternative.

Optus is only offering the S20 Ultra 5G, which is the most cutting edge of Samsung's S20 line-up, but you can get the other models (S20 FE 5G and S20+ 5G) from Telstra or Vodafone.

SamsungRRPRepayment over 12 monthsRepayment over 24 monthsRepayment over 36 months
S20 Ultra (64GB)$998.64$83.22$41.61$27.74
S20 (128GB)$1,078.56$89.88$44.94$29.96

Keep in mind the plans above do not include the cost of adding on an Optus plan. The cheapest one will cost you $45 per month for 20GB.

The good news is, there's no lock-in contract so you can leave anytime between your 12- to 36-month repayment period as long as you pay the remaining balance for your device. There's no exit fee involved.

Compare Optus Note 20 plans

Samsung's Note 20 series launched August 2020, bringing with it a new round of powerful specs. In fact, compared to the Note 20, the Note 20 Ultra has all the makings of a good phone including a massive 6.9-inch display. But, it also comes with a bigger price tag.

You can switch between the 2 tabs below to view the monthly repayment costs for the Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra.

SamsungRRPRepayment over 12 monthsRepayment over 24 monthsRepayment over 36 months
Note 20 (256GB)$1,648.80$137.40$68.70$45.80
SamsungRRPRepayment over 12 monthsRepayment over 24 monthsRepayment over 36 months
Note 20 (256GB)$1998.72$166.56$83.28$55.52
Keep in mind the plans above do not include the cost of adding on an Optus plan.

Optus Z Fold 2 plans

Optus no longer offers the Z Fold 2 (both the 4G and 5G versions) but you can still buy it outright from Samsung, eBay or JB Hi-Fi.

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 is launching in August, so we'll keep you up to date if Optus starts offering the Fold 3 on a plan.

Compare Optus S10 plans

Samsung's S10 was a celebratory release for the 10th anniversary of its Samsung Galaxy S flagship line. Launched in March 2019, it remains an attractive and powerful alternative to the newer S20 and S21 series.

Unfortunately, you can't get it through Optus but you can still get a refurbished S10 from numobile and TeleChoice.

Compare Optus Note 10 plans

If you're keen to get your hands on Samsung's easy-to-use S Pen-toting phone but don't want to dish out too much cash, then the Note 10 series will suit you fine.

Unfortunately, no mobile provider offers the Note 10 on a plan anymore. If you're still looking to get one, your best bet would be to purchase a refurbished handset online.

Compare Optus Note 9 plans

When Samsung released the Note 9 in 2018, the verdict on most minds was likely, "it's more of everything" – including screen, battery, specs and power.

Being 3 years old, Optus and other mobile providers have stopped selling the Note 9 on plan. Although you may be lucky enough to find a refurbished Note 9 to purchase outright online.

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