Australia's largest mobile network isn't passing up Samsung's latest smartphones.
Hot on the heels of Samsung announcing its long-awaited Galaxy S10 smartphones, Telstra revealed how much it would charge for grabbing one of the new handsets on its fixed-term contract plans.
The Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10e are all available on standard 24-month contracts as well as Telstra's slightly cheaper leasing plans, though it's important to remember that leasing a phone means you don't get to keep it at the end of your contract.
What's more, if you order the Galaxy S10+ on contract through Telstra, you'll be able to swap it out at no additional charge whatsoever when the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G becomes available.
The Galaxy S10 5G isn't just a modem upgrade from the Galaxy S10+ either, with a bigger screen, bigger battery and additional camera lens at the rear.