Vodafone Samsung Galaxy Note9 plans

Vodafone's handset repayment terms mean you can get the 512GB model for under $100 a month with 40GB of data over three years.

Hot off the back of the Samsung Galaxy Note9 announcement at Unpacked in New York, Vodafone confirmed its pre-order plans for the new Samsung phone.

As part of the pre-order period, which began on 10 August 2018 and ran until the device officially went on sale on 24 August 2018, Vodafone offered the 512GB variant for the price of the 128GB.

For a full rundown of Vodafone's current plan pricing for the Samsung Galaxy Note9, check out the table above.


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Nick Broughall

Nick is an award-winning journalist with 15 years experience writing about the latest technology. He has edited the Australian versions of some of the country’s leading technology publications, including Gizmodo, TechRadar and T3 magazine, as well as contributing to sites like the Sydney Morning Herald, Cnet, Lifehacker and news.com.au. In 2016 he was awarded the Best Reviewer title at the 14th Annual IT Journalism Awards and has been a finalist for the best reviewer, best consumer technology journalist and best news journalist on multiple occasions over the years. Currently, Nick is the Group Publisher for the Technology and Telco categories at finder and enjoys finding ways to communicate how technology helps to make life better.

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