IMPROVE: We’ve now added Galaxy Note 8 pre-order details for Optus, Harvey Norman and JB Hi-Fi – updated article below.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is big in many ways — an extraordinary 6GB of RAM, a 6.3-inch Infinity Display plus host of other features allow it to be the flagship phone to beat in 2017. But naturally, with this type of premium package comes reduced price tag.
In Australia, you will end up likely to spend $1,499 because of this dazzling piece of technology and you can pre-order it today via Samsung’s online store
We help you pre-order now if you should be desperate to to secure one on launch day as they’re bound to be an exceptionally popular handset. Those who do will receive an additional benefit free wireless charging dock (valued at $119) from most if you don’t all vendors, but that is about as big a saving as possible expect for a pre-order for the outright device at this stage.
Plans and discounts
Thus far, merely a handful of Aussie telcos and retailers have actually announced their Galaxy Note 8 pre-order deals, all of which set to get live soon after midnight tonight — particularly, 12:01am on August 25, 2017. We have taken the freedom of gathering them up to enable you to make an educated choice about which deal is right for you. Pretty good people, right?
Listed here are the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 pre-order deals available in Australia. We’ll update record when the rest of the telcos and merchants announce their discounts.
TechRadar’s Aussie deals have also come up with a dedicated round-up of all most readily useful pre-order plans and agreement for the Galaxy Note 8, so if you would like to get the greatest value in the new handset, we’ll have full rundown that identifies top plans from all the major providers once everyone’s last plan details can be obtained.
On Optus our Plan Plus, which allows you to keep consitently the phone at the conclusion of your 24-month agreement period, you can get the Galaxy Note 8 from $90 monthly with 1GB of month-to-month information, entirely up to $167 per month for a staggering 100GB of month-to-month data. If you don’t need that much, the more reasonable $110 monthly plan gets you 30GB of monthly information.
Of course, if you are maybe not thinking about hanging on to the phone following the 2-year duration is up, you are able to go with the My Plan Flex, which leases the telephone for you and allows you to spend slightly less per month. The catch is that you must get back the phone undamaged or danger having to pay a harm fee as high as $499. You can, however, upgrade your phone after having a 12 months at a fee of $99.
You also get yourself a free wireless charger via redemption in the event that you pre-order before September 21, 2017.
Virgin Cellphone offers a free cordless charger with every pre-order associated with the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
Available in both Midnight Black and Maple Gold, Virgin has 24-month agreements beginning at $80 each month with 2GB of information, all the way around $110 per month, having month-to-month down load allowance of 24GB.
If you are ready to spend $15 more per month and tend to be searching for a fresh smartwatch, Virgin can be supplying a Galaxy Note 8 and Gear S3 Bundle.
Like Virgin, Vodafone will throw in a totally free wireless charger with every pre-order. When it comes to plans, Vodafone provides 12-month, 24-month and 36-month choices for the Galaxy Note 8, using the cheapest monthly payments being the ones spread over a 3-year period. If you should be prepared to keep the handset for 36 months, you can get the Galaxy Note 8 for $69.63 each month with 3GB of data.
On contrary end of range, those who are prepared pay the entire device off over 12 months can get it for $154.91 per month with 3GB of data, with higher-end plans stretching all the way as much as $224.91 each month for whopping 50GB of monthly data.
Appropriate in those two extremes, you’ll find the greater reasonable 24-month plans, which’ll allow you to get the Galaxy Note 8 from $89.45 monthly with 3GB of information, completely around $156.45 each month with that 50GB month-to-month data allowance.
Vodafone has also established so it is likely to be rolling out a trade-in program from September 2, 2017 that may see its customers get credit on the phone bill if they trade their old device in. And customers whom pre-order the Galaxy Note 8 through Vodafone will receive a plus $100 of credit together with their phone’s trade-in value.
Pay-as-you-go provider Amaysim is providing a Galaxy Note 8 pre-order deal that views you get six free plan renewals (28 times each) on any Unlimited plan when you purchase the phone outright at $1,499 or continue one of the telco’s RateSetter plans.
RateSetter enables you to avoid having to pay an enormous swelling sum upfront, as an alternative providing you with the choice to cover $69 per month for a 24 month handset finance contract ($1,725 total minimum cost) or $129 monthly for year ($1,677 total minimal price). The 24-month option possesses $69 upfront fee, even though the 12-month one holds an upfront charge of $129.
Also, like Virgin and Vodafone, Amaysim is providing a totally free wireless charger with every Galaxy Note 8 pre-order.
Such as the other telcos, Amaysim’s pre-orders begin on August 25, 2017 with a delivery date of September 22, 2017.
Harvey Norman has place the Midnight Black and Maple Gold Galaxy Note 8 up for pre-order for $1,499. All pre-orders created before September 21, 2017 will get a totally free cordless charger via redemption.
JB Hi-Fi has now listed its Galaxy Note 8 pre-order discounts, offering a free wireless charger via redemption to anybody who order the handset before September 21, 2017. The Galaxy Note 8 is available in Maple Gold and Midnight Ebony at a price of $1,499.
Still to come: Telstra
Interestingly, Telstra has established it’s maintaining a lid on its pre-order deals until September 5, 2017, saying that it is supposed to be launching “new mobile plans that put the spotlight on information and activity.” We will help keep you posted on Telstra’s pre-order deals when they truly are established.