With the Samsung Galaxy S10 and its more expensive, and more affordable, siblings landing in Australia, everyone's eager to get their hands on what is shaping up to be one the best Android handsets around.
While you can learn everything there is to know about the handset in our hands-on Samsung Galaxy S10 review, we know you're really here to check out what it takes to get yourself one of these shiny flagships, so this page will cover the best plans available.
Best Samsung Galaxy S10 plans
The Galaxy S10 is available in two storage configurations, with a 128GB starting at $1,349, and the larger 512GB option setting you back $1,699, but we've found some choice plans that'll help soften the blow.
- If this is a little too expensive, visit our Galaxy S10e plan page
- Or if you want more Samsung goodness, check out the Galaxy S10 Plus
- Compare Australian outright prices on the Samsung Galaxy S10 at Getprice
As we've come to expect, Optus has run away with an outstanding offer on the regular Galaxy S10 handset, putting it at the same price as the cheaper S10e, but Telstra's unlimited plan is still the only one of its kind on the playing field, so if you're not keen on stressing about data limits, that's your go.
Best overall value and budget option – Samsung Galaxy S10 128GB | 60GB data | $89 pm
Not only is this one of the cheapest plans going right now, but it offers up a truly healthy 60GB of data per month to boot. You'll also get access to Optus Sport and the usual host of Optus extras. Total cost over 24 months is $2,136
After Telstra dropped its unlimited data plans, Optus with its 200GB is the biggest on offer, and thankfully this telco also happens to put up Samsung flagships for much cheaper than the competition. Total cost over 24 months is $2,880