[Pre Order] Samsung Galaxy Note10 Plus 512GB + AKG Wireless Headphones $1699 (on 24 Month Plan) @ Telstra

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This is the best price I have found on a preorder Samsung 5G Note10+ 512gb plus Free AKG Wireless Headphones.

For $1699 on Telstra's new No Lock in Contract.

"Our new month-to-month, no lock-in mobile plans give you the flexibility to change your plan size once a month, to suit your data needs. You can also cancel your plan anytime. If you leave, simply pay out your device."

So you can sign up on their cheapest mobile plan, and cancel as soon as you received the phone and pay the phone's balance out.

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    You still need to pay the first month's worth of plans if you cancel immediately. So it is $1699 + lowest plan rate

  • +1 vote

    Can I please ask if going this way, would I be able to claim TRS?

    • +2 votes

      You won’t. You will get a final bill from Telstra with a device fee. You can’t use this bill for your TRS claim.

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        I wonder if the phone is network-locked and or branded?

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        Should receive a receipt upon purchase. Telstra typically processes it as if you've purchased the phone and taken out a loan for the value, you're then simply paying back the loan.

        Noticed this when GST wasn't adding up on bill - the GST for the phone portion was shown on an invoice provided when the plan was first started, with no GST paid on repayments.

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    If you cancel, you will pay the FULL RRP, not the discounted RRP.

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      Where does it say that?

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      I wish people read before they speak/type.

      Copy paste from Telstra.

      Min cost $1,699 over 24 months plus your chosen plan costs.

      This means you pay $1,699 for the device. Regardless.

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        Device Payment Contract: You must have an eligible Telstra Mobile Plan in order to have a Device Payment Contract. If you cancel your Device Payment Contract early, cancel your mobile plan during the device payment term or move to an ineligible mobile plan during the payment term, you’ll need to pay out your device, in full.

        Device discounts do not apply to cancelled Device Payment Contracts.

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          What’s your point? There is no device discount on this product. If so happy to check it out. Please point me to it.

          • +1 vote

            @TomGum: Isn't normal RRP $1,999. So $1,699 is a discount.

          • +3 votes

            @TomGum: Telstra website clearly states.

            When you add it to any month-to-month plan and "stay connected for 24 months."

            So this means you can't cancel before 2 years.

            • +4 votes

              @Wizard: Mate believe what you want to believe… but here is another copy paste.

              Our new month-to-month plans with no lock-in contracts give you the flexibility to change your plan once a month. If you leave, simply pay out your device.

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          Guys, don't you see there is a promotion going on, where 4G price for 5G?

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        Do you still get the headphone if you cancel?

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          Its a Samsung promotion. Plus if it's in your possession they're not going to ask for it back. I returned a Samsung tv 10 years ago for refund due to a problem, kept the AV promo bundle

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        See post below. Just trying to stop people being disappointed! I've seen it happen before.

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    Ow, my teeth hurt…

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    Holy expensive phone batman ! Now I see why I just got a Note 9/512 for $790 from a recent ebay sale and will pass my 2yr old N8 to my partner and I get the bonus headphone jack as well with the N9 ;)

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    So this deal is pretty popular even though it's full RRP with a $100 eftpos card. This deal is $300 off RRP and doesn't get anywhere near the same amount of up votes even though it's a better deal? Go OzBargain.

    • +1 vote

      i notice this a lot , there is around 20 people on here that get massive votes for ok bargains and you get noobies posting with fantastic bargains and hardly any up votes

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    I just visited JBHIFI.

    They have another promo, get a $500 discount off full price PAID Outright ($1999) when you sign up to JBHIFI exclusive telstra plan @ $65 per month (80gb data) over 24m. You also get $100 gift card. So phone becomes $1399.

    I had the intention of getting on a Telstra plan anyway so now I need to decide which is better. Clearly JBHifi has the better deal in this instance but I truly dislike the Locked in Contract.

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      Correct me if I'm wrong, the JB plan is different to the Telstra plan which means you don't get the free/paid access to the 5G network.

      I got the JB $500 iPhone offer a few months back, if you cancel early there is no charge for the plan cancellation, you'll have to pay back the $500 on a pro-rata basis. I think you'll be slightly better off on the JB deal if you don't need/want 5G connectivity or any of the other slight differences in plan inclusions.

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        JB plan is different from telstra plan but I didn't ask specifically if it included the 5G add-on.

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          I should also say that it's only beneficial if you were intending to go on the $80-100 Telstra plans since the $5 difference will chew up the $100 gift card bonus.

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        Wtf you had to pay the 500 discount back if you cancel your plan early?

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          Oh no, only if you paid the difference up front. If it's on a payment plan then you also have to pay the remaining balance on that.

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      $1999 - $500 - $100 + ($65 x 24) = $1,399…. am I missing something??

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        Its $1999-$500-$100 = $1399 + ($65*24m).

        You need a plan regardless. So just factor in cost of service provider.

        I was on Kogan's 365 day prepaid 40gb for $315.
        So this is double data for bit over double plan cost. Whether or not you justify extra cost for better coverage, speed, service is up to you

  • +1 vote

    Hmm if this had a proper tax invoice for 1699 so I could use for TRS wold be perfect!

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    So if i cancel the plan and have to pay out the device, can i still pay out monthly, or do i have to pay the lump sum immediately?

    Cheers

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      Lump sum, refer as follows:

      Device Payment Contract: You must have an eligible Telstra Mobile Plan in order to have a Device Payment Contract. If you cancel your Device Payment Contract early, cancel your mobile plan during the device payment term or move to an ineligible mobile plan during the payment term, you’ll need to pay out your device, in full. Device discounts do not apply to cancelled Device Payment Contracts.

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    I believe it says that the discount only applies if you stay for the whole 24 months.
    “Order the Galaxy Note10+ 5G
    for the price of the 4G version.
    When you add it to any month-to-month plan and **stay connected for 24 months. **
    Offer ends 23 September 2019.”

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    I would be careful even though this deal seems great, it's probably a misprint and the price is for the 256gb model. If you go for this deal get and keep screen shots of the offer. No doubt they will try and charge you 1999

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    Samsung store in Melb Central has a bonus $200 trade in offer which isn't advertised.

    I've decided to trade in my Note9 512GB for $410 + $200 = $610 for a Note10+ 5G, and pay a difference of $1389.

    I definitely don't need 5G yet but it's the only model that can justify a tangible upgrade over my current N9.

    Also, 5G models don't come with the dual SIM (Hybrid SIM).

  • +1 vote

    Confirmed with chat - You have to stay on for 24 months in order to get the discounted phone @$1699. If you cancel, you have to pay the full price @$1999.

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      Guys, don't you see there is a promotion going on, where 4G price for 5G?

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        This is what we are talking about. However you only get this deal if you stay on the month-to-month contract for 24 months. It appears the discount is applied as a monthly credit to your account. Once you cancel the contract, you lose the credit.

        It would be great if anyone can confirm otherwise.

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          I’ve done a test sign up. There is no where it mentions the above statement. It would be hard for them to prove that I agreed for a $1999 device fee.

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            @TomGum: By ordering you confirm that you have read and agreed to the T&C which state:

            Device Payment Contract: You must have an eligible Telstra Mobile Plan in order to have a Device Payment Contract. If you cancel your Device Payment Contract early, cancel your mobile plan during the device payment term or move to an ineligible mobile plan during the payment term, you’ll need to pay out your device, in full. Device discounts do not apply to cancelled Device Payment Contracts.

            Furthermore, they have now stated the differential - $288

            My order confirmation only states the net cost per month, not a breakdown which would show the monthly credit.

            Either way, I am not too fussed.

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      Thought so. Telstra's 5G plans are quite pricey at the moment.

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      that's not what my chat was…

      He told me if i cancel after the first month, i only need to pay the headset fees, which is $1699 + 1 months fees

      •  

        They have even amended the wording on the page:

        Save $288 on Samsung Galaxy Note10+ 5G when you stay connected to any month-to-month plan for 24 or 36 months.

        Discount applies as a credit over the device payment period. If you cancel your plan, the discount will not apply to any remaining amount outstanding.

        Offer ends 23/09/2023

        5G now rolling out in selected areas.

        To be honest, prima facie it was clear that the discount would only apply if you stay connected to the month-to-month plan for >24 months; the T&C clearly states this.

        However, it is a question as to whether the internal controls reflect this caveat. It may be likely that the RPP is processed as $1699, however, my order confirmation only states the final cost to the customer with a minimum total cost, and not an itemised breakdown.

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    Confirmed with the trip to Telstra Highpoint Shop: The total amount of $1699 payable for the phone is correct if we don't cancel the service early. The earlier we pull out, the closer to $1999 we have to pay. This is different to what the online consultant(s) told me, that $1699 and the 1st month of the service fee would be the amount I would need to pay for to get the phone and pull out within the first month.

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      The terms and conditions of signing up via online chat that I have agreed to is, "The total minimum cost of your device is $1699."

      No caveats there about remaining connected.

  •  

    Sell the headphones for say $350 to someone on gumtree, plus $140 cash back from shopback and you've got this for close to $1,200.

    Then should the Samsung S11/S11+ be a better phone I can sell this for around the $1,300 mark I reckon and buy the new Samsung outright and hopefully take advantage of another great pre order offer.

  •  

    If you cancel the plan as soon as you receive the Note 10+ 5G 512GB,

    what price are you paying for the phone payout? $1699 or $1999?

    Samsung has the RRP at $1999

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