Woolworths Mobile starts Australian Galaxy S8 pre-orders

Alex Kidman 31 March 2017

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Woolworths Mobile has opened up pre-orders for the Galaxy S8 at highly competitive rates.

Woolworths Mobile has had a long association with Samsung phones, having launched its mobile contract service with just the Samsung Galaxy S5 before expanding out to multiple Samsung handsets, as well as Oppo’s range of mid-range phones.

Woolworths Mobile, like carriers such as Telstra, Optus, Virgin Mobile and Vodafone, opened up pre-orders for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ handsets overnight, with plans starting as low as $65 per month. Like the other carriers, customers who pre-order score the new Gear VR headset with controller as part of their contract deal. As with all of Woolworths Mobile’s current M plan deals, there’s a $15 discount in play if you order by 4 April 2017, giving you a further saving of $360 over the life of the plan. That puts Woolworths Mobile in a highly competitive position when it comes to Galaxy S8 plans.

Here’s how Woolworths Mobile’s plans compare:

Woolworths MobileMonthly plan priceHandset repaymentTotal monthly costIncluded dataMinimum 24 month cost
Samsung Galaxy S8 S Plan$35$37$721GB$1,728
Samsung Galaxy S8+ S Plan$35$41$761GB$1,824
Samsung Galaxy S8 M Plan$50$30$804GB$1,920
Samsung Galaxy S8+ M Plan$50$34$844GB$2,016
Samsung Galaxy S8 L Plan$70$22$928GB$2,208
Samsung Galaxy S8+ L Plan$70$25$958GB$2,280

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