Samsung Galaxy Note10 $999 on Telstra $65/Month for 24mths, 80GB Data, Unlimited Talk and Text (Plus $100 Gift Card) @ JB Hi-Fi

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Get the new Note 10 with $100 JB Hi-Fi gift card, plus the free AKG headphones (RRP: $499) on a $65/m plan with Telstra for $999 (after subtracting $500 gift card). Can also be used on other Notes.

Works out to be $106.63/month PLUS $100 gift card, which I personally would use on the galaxy watch active 2 when it comes out. Plus you should be able to get TRS on this phone given it's bought outright.

For those who already have a $500 gift card from previous JB Hi-Fi deals, perhaps see if you can port out and port back in for an additional $500. This would make the Note 10 come down to $899.


  • Available to port-in customers and new Telstra customers only. Excludes Telstra Pre-Paid, Boost and Belong customers. Minimum cost $1560. Offer not in conjunction with any other offer.

For terms & conditions visit www.jbhifi.com.au/telstra-terms.

Phone credit can only be used in store and is received when you connect to the $65 JB plan over 24 months. To receive the $500 phone credit the handset purchase price must be a minimum value of $999. Phone credit can’t be used on any other items in store. handset must be purchased the same day the connection is made. Please refer to store staff for further enquiries.

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Comments

  • +6 votes

    24 month plan.
    $500 gift card only subsidises a new phone purchase.
    This plan has been a long standing deal.
    The only deal is the $100 gift card for the Note 10.

    Edit: looks like heading has now been changed.

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    I assume this ism24 months plan?

  • +2 votes

    I wonder if JB will price match office works as they have the Note10 and Note10+ listed as $1399 and $1599 respectivly.
    That means it will bring the price of the JB phones to $899 and $1099 with the 24month contract deal.

    • +2 votes

      No. They won't. You're getting the discounted price because you're signing up for a plan.

      • +6 votes

        The plan doesnt come with a phone. You get 500 credits towards A phone, does not have to be note 10.

        Price match is separate.

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    Will they price match EPP pricing? if you can discount the EPP pricing with $500 voucher then makes it pretty reasonable

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    Nice. I would sell the AKG headphone for $200/$250 and JB gift card for $90. This way brings total cost down a little deeper

  • +8 votes

    Total true cost of full 24 month plan + phone cost in title please

    • -8 votes

      Cmon mate.. How hard is it to multiply this by 24 months? Or get a calculator if really struggling.. Use a little bit of brain cells.. They deteriorate over time if not used.

      • +13 votes

        No I agree with ndftz

        At first glance it sounds like its $999 over the 24month contract, which is wrong.

      • +2 votes

        It's about listing the true price not being capable of multiplying then adding.

        Imagine if every deal was
        "Timtams on special for $0.05 X 32 + $0.20 + $0.50". It's annoying AF.

        $1770 for a phone is crazy in the age of 365 prepaid phone plans etc

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        Don't the ACCC require telco's to list minimum total cost ?

        Why should Ozbargain listings not disclose as much also

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          its total cost over 24mths is advertised!? and its not exactly in fine print

          Minimum plan cost $1560 over 24 months.
          Data for use in Australia. Unlimited talk & text to standard Australian numbers.

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    Would it be worth to go on 65/pm then get the port in discount and use the 500 gift card on an iPhone XR compared to outright

  • +1 vote

    $106pm seems steep for the non plus version. I've managed to negotiate with Optus to get the 10+ 5G with 60gb data for $112pm or the 10+ 4G for $102pm for 24months. Cut another $6 or so off each if I go down to the lowest plan possible (btw I have 200gb datashare so I'll probably go with the lowest plan possible).

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      At nikym81 did you do it in online chat?

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        It's a long story. Short version, it started with chat without an issue last night, decided to hold off and make a decision today, chat again today but they went back on their word, ended up on a call with retention team and now it's all good. Going to call me on Monday when I decide which one I'll go for. The big question, to 5G or not to 5G????

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    Alright, thanks for the info

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    What can you buy in store with the phone credit?

  • +2 votes

    why wouldn’t you just sign a 12-month same plan with The Good Guys by tomorrow (last day) to get a $400 gift card then get the Note 10 outright with that + get another $100 gift card with the phone?

  • +1 vote

    Don't waste your money on it as by mid next year, it will be a free phone by plan or a $1k outright phone.

    I think the current value for money trend is to get 12 months sim plan and get the $300 or $500 credits to buy outright the phone/etc items (4k blurays/games) you want.

    I bought a note 9 512gb for $1k in June this year for a phone launched in August 2018.

  • +1 vote

    I can buy a car for $2559 that will outlast this phone… a bit steep for my pocket

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      Depends on what you mean by outlast.
      Unless you damage the phone, it should last countless years without any more money.
      A car requires upkeep.

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        Car requires petrol/week, phone charging/day.
        Car requires maintenance/~6m, phone requires apps updates regularly (& fixes)
        Car requires registration/insurance, phone requires good cover, security updates/data& talk plan
        Car takes you to the other world, phone keeps you in your own world ;)
        Of course, you can charge old Nokia/week, not maintain it, or with the saved money travel to the other world.
        If you prefer VR, you can buy lap/deskTOP & see/'travel' the world on larger screen.
        Choice is the root of happiness.

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          This is the most ridiculous comparison I think I’ve ever seen, but I applaud you for trying. Oh, and that VR golden egg at the end, so hilariously irrelevant!

          The comment related directly to cost associated with use and maintenance. Ignoring fuel and charging costs - we’ll call this a usage cost and not related to how long each will last.

          Maintenance on a car is almost mandatory. If you don’t maintain your vehicle, if breaks. You don’t technically need to maintain a phone. It’ll work regardless of whether you update it or not. If you are required to update to use key features or apps, then there’s no cost associated with it.

        • +1 vote

          Isn't sex the root of all hapiness ? ;)

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      can you let us know if there is anything else we could buy to instead.

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    anyone buy this then change plan and sell it for 1099 and make 100 dollaroo?

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    I get a free phone and plan from work but would have to say this isn't a great deal. Paying $65 a month for 2 years is crazy, Android phone improvements have been iterative for years now while removing useful functionality (infra red/phone jacks/FM radio/removable batteries/double sim/SD cards). I know they look great and the cameras are awesome and have (slow) wireless charging. Samsung fingerprint isn't that good anyway.

    If I was paying, I'd get a Oneplus 7 pro when itson at $850, align with a Boost $300 annual plan on The Telstra network https://boost.com.au/plans. Sell and get a new one in 12 months or see what the best data/call deal is at expiry. This also covers you if you smash your phone (and they are bloody delicate) - you won't have to wait forever to justify replacement. Phones from S8/OnePlus 5/Pixel 2 onwards have another year left in them.

    Most people will be fine with 10/20 GB a month if you have a home broadband service. The reasons why the monthly data allowances are high on expensive phones is that it locks you in to a lengthy contract with massive allowance you are paying top $ for, wont use and can no longer share with family members guaranteeing long term ARPU. 36 month contracts are starting to happen, don't be fooled they are a con.

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    I wonder if they will let you price match Amazon's prize to save a further $100 (maybe not considering you're receiving a $100 JB gift card)

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    For those who already have a $500 gift card from previous JB Hi-Fi deals, perhaps see if you can port out and port back in for an additional $500. This would make the Note 10 come down to $899.

    So the Note 10+ 256GB is $1699 outright at JB HIFI,
    sign on this plan you get $500 phone credit use in the store, plus $100 JB HIFI gift card, makes this phone
    1699-500-100 = 1099? How do you get it for $999?

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