Woolworths Mobile deals on latest Samsung Galaxy models
Get $250 off Woolworths Mobile's new Samsung S20 range.
If you're a fan of cutting-edge phones but not set on Telstra or Optus, you can get a good deal on the new Samsung S20 models from Woolworths Mobile. From now until 5 March, anyone who signs up to a Woolworths Mobile postpaid offer can save $250 when pre-ordering the new handsets as part of the plan.
This discount applies to the Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+ and S20 Ultra models, all of which will be shipped on 6 March, the day after the promotion ends.
The handsets are available on any of Woolworths Mobile's plans, starting from their Extra Small 5GB offer for $25 monthly to their Large 60GB offer for $50. You'll have to sign up to a 24- or 36-month contract to add your desired Samsung handset and secure the $250 discount.
The standalone monthly price for each handset (including the discount) on a 36-month plan ranges from $31 for the Galaxy S20 4G to $50 for the Galaxy S20 Ultra. All commercial versions of these phones are available, excluding the 512GB Ultra model.
Further incentives include a free pair of Samsung Galaxy Buds+ with S20+ and Ultra models (valued at $299) and 10% off the cost of a grocery shop once per month for the life of any of these plans when shopping at Woolworths. Depending on how big your grocery bills are, Woolworths estimates this could save you up to $600 yearly.
While Woolworths Mobile might not offer plans quite as feature-packed as those from major providers, they do have a range at cheaper prices overall than many of those you'll find from the likes of Telstra or Optus.
You can check out Woolworths Mobile's plans for the Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+ and S20 Ultra below.
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