Telstra cuts Samsung Galaxy S10 5G price by $360

Posted: 15 August 2019 4:56 pm
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Galaxy S10 5G

Telstra is running a special deal on the Galaxy S10 5G, most likely to clear stock before the Note10+ and Note10+ 5G arrive.

While much of the recent Samsung focus has been around the imminent availability of the Samsung Galaxy Note10, Samsung Galaxy Note10+ and Samsung Galaxy Note10+ 5G, they're not the only flagship in the 2019 Samsung family.

Telstra scored itself a total exclusive on the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, technically the very first 5G-capable handset you could buy in Australia, and it's still the only way to get the top-of-the-line S10 series handset.

Right now, Telstra is running a special deal on the Galaxy S10 5G, most likely to clear stock before the Note10+ and Note10+ 5G arrive. While Telstra's plans have shifted to a month-to-month scheme with handset payments on a separate contract, if you sign up for a Galaxy S10 5G before 23 September and stay on contract with Telstra for either 24 or 36 months, you'll get a $360 discount on the overall cost of your handset over that period.

So while Telstra doesn't technically do device subsidies any more... it pretty much is in this case.

We've put the Galaxy S10 5G through an extensive review process, taking in not only the speed of the 5G network but also its expanded camera array, large screen and more in our full review.

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