Samsung's Galaxy S8 has taken the smartphone world by storm with its sleek new look and powerhouse specs, so here's your chance to figure out what all the fuss is about without blowing up your wallet. This page is for savings on huge data, budget plans, or simply the best overall value in a contract in Australia, but if you're after the UK or US, head to the best Galaxy S8 plan in the UK or the best cheap Samsung Galaxy S8 deals in the US.
If you're keen on the slickness of the Galaxy S8 but need something slightly bigger, check out our Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus plans here, or check out our Galaxy Note 8 plans if even that isn't enough phone for you.
On this page you'll find the best overall value, best budget option and best big data contract across the major carriers, as well as each of these carriers best plan, so read on for some sweet savings.
See also: Galaxy S8 review
The best Galaxy S8 plans
Optus is currently holding the crown for the best overall deal on a Samsung Galaxy S8, and it's also the cheapest deal you can possibly get. For only $59 a month you'll score 20GB of data, 150 international minutes, and streaming music via Spotify, Google Play Music or iHeartRadio won't count towards your cap. You'll also get subscriptions to National Geographic and Optus Sport. Total cost over 24 months is $1,416
If you're looking for a plan with enormous data, Telstra technically has one with an extra 20GB... but you'll be paying $59 a month more for the privilege. We recommend sticking to 100GB of data and saving the dollars, as well as getting unlimited international and roaming calls, as well as 1.5GB of roaming data each month, not to mention all the included Optus extras that help stretch the data cap anyway. Total cost over 24 months is $2,880
Best Samsung Galaxy S8 plan for each carrier
Frankly, Telstra aren't being very competitive with its Samsung flagship plans right now as they're choosing to focus on the new range of Apple handsets, but if you really need to go with Telstra, this one holds the best value. The $79 plan is currently somehow cheaper than the $59 plan, and will net you 5GB of data alongside a 12 month subscription to a Foxtel Now Starter Pack. Total cost over 24 months is $2,016
Optus is taking the cake for the best overall deal on a Samsung Galaxy S8, and it's also the cheapest deal you can possible get. For only $59 a month you'll score 20GB of data, 150 international minutes, and streaming music via Spotify, Google Play Music or iHeartRadio won't count towards your cap. You'll also get subscriptions to National Geographic and Optus Sport. Total cost over 24 months is $1,416
While Optus has a one-up on Virgin Mobile right now, this deal is a close second. You'll get 16GB of data with data rollover and certain streaming services not counting towards your cap, and $300 worth of international calls and texts each month. Total cost over 24 months is $1,440
If you want to go with Vodafone right now, you may as well make use of its "triple data" offering on the 50GB plan, bringing it up to a ginormous 150GB. However, the reason we didn't recommend this as our overall big data plan is that it comes with no included extras whatsoever, which you'd reasonably expect when paying this much per month. Total cost over 24 months is $2,642.88