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Samsung Galaxy S9 64GB Gold $499 and S9+ 64GB Gold $599 Delivered @ Australia Post Online


AusPost has these 2 S9 siblings on sale online (only Gold colour and only 64 GB)-
S9 $499 - https://auspost.com.au/shop/product/samsung-galaxy-s9-64gb-g...
S9+ $599 - https://auspost.com.au/shop/product/samsung-galaxy-s9-64gb-g...

Edit - Adding S10 128 GB Black for $799 - https://auspost.com.au/shop/product/unlocked-samsung-galaxy-...

Considering the strong punches of A20 thru A51 (except the camera department), this may not be ideal for everyone but it's outright purchase without going thru JB/TGG Telstra hoops.

In case the price does not show up (website is acting up where if you display All phones, the prices are different compared to the actual product page) - then please refresh the page.

Edit - Don't forget 3.75 % cashback (SB) or 3.8 % cashback (CR)
Edit - S9 / S9+ showing OOS @ 12:30pm. S10 still showing in stock.

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  • Isn't Mate 20 Pro a better phone for the same price?

  • The Samsung Galaxy S10 for $799 is a decent price as well (especially if you don't want to do the JB Hi-Fi shuffle to get it cheaper) - https://auspost.com.au/shop/product/unlocked-samsung-galaxy-...

    • Yes i have edited and added that. There are some Note series also on sale but they are over 1000 so have not included it here.

    • sorry what is the meaning of going through JB hoops or shuffles lol

      • spending about 2 hours to save $203 by

        1. setting up a non telstra sim, about 30 minutes and $2
        2. Sign up with jb hifi by porting in the number from step 1. about 60 minutes
        3. Cancelling the contract signed in step 2 with Telstra and pay $594 ETC, about 30 minutes.

        Total cost for S10 is 596$ and 2 hours of work.

  • Samsung s9+ for $599 from Aus post or the A71 for $549 from the samsung education website? Upgrading from a S5. Any advice would be appreciated thanks.

    • I have the s9+ and it's still going strong, however i feel the added security of additional update support of the A71 would be safer.

      • The S series have been getting 4 years of security updates, not sure the A series will get the same. Only gets 2 OS updates and year 4 gets a once a quarter security patch though so the A71 is still probably the better option.

    • If camera is not important go with A71 as you will get upgrade till Android 12 (I think so). S9+ may get upto Android 11 only if you are lucky (or Android 10). If camera or gaming is important then you may consider S9+

      • Is that the current A71 price?

      • S9+ very unlikely to get Android 11.

      • S9 is not included in the 3 update deal. It begins with S10.


        Eligible Galaxy devices include2:

        Galaxy S series: Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G, S20 Ultra, S20+ 5G, S20+, S20 5G, S20 in addition to S10 5G, S10+, S10, S10e, S10 Lite and upcoming S series devices
        Galaxy Note series: Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G, Note20 Ultra, Note20 5G, Note20, Note10+ 5G, Note10+, Note10 5G, Note10, Note10 Lite and upcoming Note series devices
        Galaxy Foldable devices: Galaxy Z Fold2 5G, Z Fold2, Z Flip 5G, Z Flip, Fold 5G, Fold and upcoming Z series devices
        Galaxy A series: Galaxy A71 5G, A71, A51 5G, A51, A90 5G and select upcoming A series devices
        Tablets: Galaxy Tab S7+ 5G, Tab S7+, Tab S7 5G3, Tab S7, Tab S6 5G4, Tab S6, Tab S6 Lite and upcoming Tab S series devices
    • I wouldn't recommend the S9 as it is now 2.5 years old. It will stop getting software updates in the near future.

      The A71 will be a decent upgrade over the S5 but be sure you are fine with moving to a much larger 6.7in screen.
      I'll throw in my recommendation for Pixel 4a. Similar size to the S5 and has an exceptional camera.

  • OOS.

  • I only have experience with the A20 & A30, but these alone don't even go close to being on parity to the S series. Obviously the higher end ones will get better, but FWIW the S9 is a great little phone and $500 really interests me to upgrade mums phone.

  • Exynos (?) and Small battery, so take off $100 and $399 is better

  • I miss my S9, it was the best Samsung IMO.

    I accidentally dropped it and the screen cracked and thought it was a good excuse to upgrade to the S20 so I knocked it off on ebay for very cheap (as is)

    Whilst the S20 is a zippy phone at 12GB RAM, it's just a nuisance to have, the front finger print sensor only picks up 70% of the time.
    The screen brightness isn't as good when looking at the phone in sunny areas.
    Phone battery is terrible
    Miss the aluminium block running around a fully glass phone.

  • RIP those sold fast.

    Feels like I'm the only one still using the S7.

    • As I get older I'm finding less and less of a reason to upgrade aside from wanting a bigger screen and better camera.

      • Everything is incremental now. The newer phones cameras aren't a huge upgrade either from previous generations. I don't really see much point in replacing my Samsung phone until it stops receiving security updates, which by that point it'll be four years old. Then the upgrade will be worthwhile.

    • I'm still on my S7 Edge.

      I have a Pixel 4a on pre-order though; I can't resist the temptation of a better camera.

    • I'm on an iPhone 6s, wife's S7 Edge feels like it's from the future.

  • Good for regional users as Samsung S9 are Telstra Blueticked (recommended for regional use). The last Apple phone that was blue ticked was the iPhone 8. I've just spent the last 2 weeks at a fringe location with 1 bar signal strength on my iPhone XS so the feature I'd like the most in a phone is reception.


  • Thanks OP, bought one S10. It's back on stock.

  • Thanks op, ordered s10