Telstra 1-day sale: $400 off Samsung Z Fold 3, new S21 FE and more

Posted: 19 January 2022 5:06 pm
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Get your wallets ready for big Telstra discounts on folding phones and Apple Watches.

Telstra Day is back starting 1am on 20 January, giving you less than 24 hours to pick up bargains, including almost 20% off the Samsung Z Fold 3.

Here's what's on offer:

  • Save $400 on a new Samsung Z Fold 3, starting from $2,099
  • Save $100 off the just released Samsung Galaxy S21 FE, starting from $899
  • Save $150 on a Samsung A52s, now $498

The good news is if you pair your new discounted phone with a Telstra Medium plan or above, you can get free access to Disney Plus for a full year.

Samsung Z Fold 3: $400 off

Samsung's third-generation folding phone adds S-Pen support for the first time, and is its most powerful folding phone yet.

You can buy the phone outright for the sale price – $2,099 for the 128GB model – or spread the cost over 12, 24 or 36 months on a Telstra plan.

Telstra's cheapest plan is $55 a month and includes 40GB of data.

So, if you pair that with the 128GB Fold 3 model, your monthly cost works out to be as follows:

  • $113.30 a month over 36 months
  • $142.50 a month over 24 months
  • $230 a month over 12 months

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE: $100 off

Finder recently called the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE a decent phone but too pricey. $100 off puts it more in the realm of reasonably priced. It has a decent camera, performs well and should satisfy those who want most of last year's flagship technology without the price tag.

You can buy the phone outright starting from $899, or spread the cost over 1 to 3 years.

To get an idea of what that looks like, here's what the monthly cost looks like for the 128GB model paired with Telstra's cheapest $55 plan:

  • $80 a month over 36 months
  • $92.42 a month over 24 months
  • $130 a month over 12 months

Samsung Galaxy A52S: $150 off

Samsung's budget phone (128GB) costs $498 after discount. It has enough of the big features to keep the budget-conscious happy without cutting any important corners. It's not as flashy as an S21 FE, but it has all the key features at almost half the price.

If you were to spread it out over 12, 24 or 36 months on Telstra's cheapest plan ($55 for 40GB), it would cost:

  • $68.83 a month over 36 months
  • $75.75 a month over 24 months
  • $96.50 a month over 12 months

Save $240 off on Apple Watch Series 6 and more

There are also plenty of discounts available on accessories during Telstra Day, including 32% off the Apple Watch Series 6. You can:

  • Save $240 on a Apple Watch Series 6 GPS + Cell 40mm red with red sport band, now $509
  • Save $240 on a Apple Watch Series 6 GPS + Cell 44mm red with red sport band, now $559
  • Save $300 on a Samsung Galaxy Tab S7, now $949
  • Save $400 on a Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+, now $1,544
  • Save $50 on a Spacetalk Adventurer 4G Kids smart watch, now $299
  • Save $50 on a Fitbit Charge 4, now $129
  • Save $20 on a Fitbit Ace 3 kids' activity tracker, now $79
  • Save $20 on a Garmin Vivofit Jr 3 kids' fitness tracker, now $99
  • Keep in mind you only have until the end of tomorrow, 20 January, to take advantage of any the offers listed.

If you want 12 months free of Disney Plus but not a new phone plan, you can also get the freebie by signing up to an eligible Telstra NBN plan instead.

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