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12 Deals of Christmas: LG V50 ThinQ 5G $32 for 36 Months (Min cost $2,952) & More @ Telstra Plus

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Lg v50 Thinq 5G
When you add to a month-to-month mobile plan and stay connected for 36 months.
Min cost $2,952 on the $50 plan and may change if mth-to-mth plan price changes. Offer ends 24/12/19

Samsung Galaxy S9 64GB
When you add to a month-to-month mobile plan and stay connected for 36 months.
Min cost $2,424 on the $50 plan and may change if mth-to-mth plan price changes. Offer ends 13/01/20

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 128GB
When you add to a month-to-month mobile plan and stay connected for 36 months.
Min cost $2,808 on the $50 plan and may change if mth-to-mth plan price changes. Offer ends 13/01/20

Alcatel 3T10 Audio Station
Bonus Audio Station
When you add to a month-to-month mobile plan and stay connected for 36 months.
Min cost $720 on the $15 plan and may change if mth-to-mth plan price changes. Offer ends 24/12/19

Google Pixel 3 Range
Save $360
When you add to a month-to-month mobile plan and stay connected for 36 months.
Min cost $2,592 for Pixel 3 64GB on the $50 plan and may change if mth-to-mth plan price changes. Offer ends 13/01/20

Day 7
19/12/19

Day 8
20/12/19

Oppo Reno 5G
When you add to a month-to-month mobile plan and stay connected for 36 months.
Min cost $3,096 on the $50 plan and may change if mth-to-mth plan price changes. Offer ends 24/12/19

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    What's the normal price?

  • +15 votes

    These are terrible deals.

  • +4 votes

    Like seriously, how is this a deal?

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    A phone that won't even be supported as long as the plan

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    A phone so terrible that no one even sells it any more is somehow worth $1152? Get real Telstra.

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    Surely Telstra don't think they are actually going to sell any of these at this price?

  • +3 votes

    These are terrible deals!

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    36 months is an eternity in mobile technology. Who wants to be tied to these old and/or crap handsets for 3 years?

  • +2 votes

    Say NO to 36 month plans

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      Mobile plans seem to keep getting worse and worse for value and 36 month term pretty much tops it off.
      36 month plans have been the norm for telcos like Bell and Telus in Canada for at least 5 years, but the market over there doesn't seem to be as competitive as Australia.

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    Hmmm $3000 to be locked in to a three year plan with only 15gb a month included? How is this even slightly a deal?

    Say NO to 36 month plans

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    Wow. So bad

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    36 months is just too long

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    Being stuck in a 24 month plan was painful as I watched deals that offered more for less come up. Can't see why anyone would want to be locked into something for 36 months. Just ridiculous.

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    Couldn't see the deal anywhere except in the title!

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    Prepaid eg Boost and BYO phone. Telstra can shove it.

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    Hi All,

    Telstra.com rep here, whilst I can't comment on the commercials or pricing or these offers, I'm genuinely interested if/How there is a way we can improve the perceived value of these deals. Would quoting 24 month pricing make any difference?

    Any constructive feedback is welcomed.

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      most of the devices are outdated and 36 months is too long.

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        All of the devices are available on a 24-month repayment option (at a higher monthly cost) There will be some never device made available in the coming days/weeks

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      Make them available at a reasonable MRO on existing plans over $49/mth?

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        All the devices have been subsidised based on vendor RRP, I actually don't know how some other resellers offer devices at an apparent loss.
        Plan pricing is a constant source of feedback and we do pass this onto our senior management currently, the lowest plan is from $50/mth for 15GB or 60GB up until 24/12/19,

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          Vendor RRP isn't what Telstra pays for container(s) full of phones though.

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            @Lukian: I don't recall exact figures, but profits are very low. Especially with Apple