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Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 4G 128GB $0 / 5G $149 Upfront on Telstra $99 150GB P/M 12M Contract (New / Port-In Customers) @ JB Hi-Fi

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Greetings everyone, just spotted that JB have placed the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 4G 128gb on promotion on their $99 Per Month 150gb Plan.

Considering that this plan has a $594 Early Termination Charge, you could essentially get the phone for $594 (+pro-rated first month charge) if you cancelled the plan early :)

Seems like an awesome deal for a brand new phone which is $799 on the Samsung Education store.

The 5G variant is also available for $149 Upfront.

I believe this may also be eligible for free Samsung Galaxy Buds Live too. May need to confirm with the store staff when ordering, the advertisement doesn't include this, however the bonus has been eligible on JB deals in the past.

As always, enjoy!


Note: In Store Only, may exclude some Victorian residents.


Edit: You can signup today 8/10 and pick up the phone when it starts tomorrow. See comments.

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  • Probably worth paying for the extra for the SD version.

    Great deal

  • until when?

    • Unsure currently as it's not stipulated in the catalogue, it should be on the website soon. But I'd imagine it'll be this either this sunday, or next wednesday.

  • Only the FE 5G version has Snapdragon, I reckon.

  • the professionals win again

  • 4G isn’t worth (Exynos and 6GB RAM only) so better go for 5G one (SD and 8GB RAM)
    Apparently deal isn’t available as pre-order so won’t include free buds, as free buds are only available with pre-orders.

  • Buds live would make this a huge deal but seems its ineligible

  • I was looking around for Samsung S20 FE 5G deals. There is a deal with trade in. I was checking out to see if I can sell my Note 8. Apparently, I kept getting low ball to below $250. I tried Samsung Trade Up program. They offer $160 for my Note 8 with additional $200 off to Samsung FE 5G 128GB. That would put it at $789 with bonus Galaxy Buds Live (priced around $250). That would mean that for around $539, I can actually get somewhat an upgrade phone!

    • Yup. Definitely seems a better option.

    • I did the same traded in my note9 for $430.

    • Good option with the $200 trade-in bonus and free buds. Got 320 for a basic Galaxy s8, which will otherwise be a paperweight.

      I was a little befuddled when I got two emails yesterday saying Brightstar still hasn't received my trade-in device yet.

      The s20 FE hasn't even shipped yet and my understanding is that you have 14 days to return your trade-in device upon receiving the new one(which will also have a return envelope shipped with it)

  • Wish they include the 256G model.

  • how much is the rrp on both models?

  • If I sign up for the 5G version, does it mean I could get the phone $149+$594 = $ 698 in total? Is there any other trouble?

  • definitely i will get one.
    too bad victorian keep missing this jb telstra deals

  • +2 votes

    What's the go with Vic residents?
    Any solution yet?

  • Does the phone get added on to connect with the plan though? So if you cancel you have to pay out the etc on the phone too?

    • No, the phone is completely separate on the Telstra side. You are signing up to a BYO Plan deal and not a mobile plan, so all you need to pay is the ETC of the SIM plan through Telstra.

      • Okay sweet. Just that when I used to work at Telstra, you could still attach a phone to a byo plan and if you cancelled the plan you would have to pay out the remaining cost on the phone. But if the phone is just scanned out at POS and not showing up on your bill or anything it should be fine.

        • Completely understand, however the phone part is on the side of JB in this case, when you actually go to complete the plan the cost of the phone is full but they apply a gift card to bring the cost down. Essentially, you are "buying" the phone from JB, it's just fully offset from signing up to the plan. Therefore, you won't have any residual requirements on the Telstra side to pay any outstanding phone costs, only the SIM.

          • @doweyy: Sweet just wanted to make sure as I know Telstra did some shady stuff but if it's done through JB POS should be all good. I'm considering this now cheers.

      • What is the cost of the phone on the receipt? Can I claim some tax on that?
        Thanks

  • is buyinf snapdragon 865 better than exonys.. Is is worth spending the extra $150

    • well people said only the 256gb has snapdragon, the jb deal is for 128gb only (both 4G and 5G)
      how you are planning to spend extra 150 and get snap?

      but yes, snap worth more than 150

      • Only the 5G model has Snapdragon. Of the 5G models, there are two variants, 128GB + 6GB RAM, or 256GB + 8GB RAM. Both have Snapdragon, and both only come in the cloud navy colour.

        So you'd be spending $149 upfront to get Snapdragon over Exynos.

  • Has anybody tried such a thing before? The agreement says the following - You’ll need to pay an Early Termination Charge if you cancel your plan early plus any remaining accessory payments.

    I wonder if they will charge full RRP if you cancel the plan immedietly.

    • hmm i think around 300 ozb members has tried. so yeah just take it or leave it dont doubt

      • Where did you get that 300 number from?

        • He's probably conservative

        • its the sum total of #COVIDAN cases in VIC over the last 4 weeks.. This is our daily job first thing in the morning to see if we will average lower to get a bit more freedom.

          • @skinny: Stop showing ur moronic feature on your comments. Whatever the vic gov does is to stop you from DIE. No need to be a covidiot.

            • @duodeta: you mean stop from dying out of Corona.. all other are ok!

              "The decision to snub ADF help, they say, was partly due to union pressure. “A lot of that comes from some emergency services unions who don’t like the ADF here,” says one Labor MP. The reliance on private security guards, they say, came from the government’s desire to boost numbers in its $500 million Working for Victoria program, an employment scheme aimed at saving jobs during the pandemic (the Jobs Department confirmed to The Age that 1300 security guards were on the scheme’s books)."

              https://www.theage.com.au/national/victoria/not-happy-dan-vi...

    • If you search for "telstra + jb hifi", you'll find these kind of deals have been posted numerous times.

  • Only thing is Theres no mm wave or mid 5g band so 5g is not really gonna be 5g its just gonna be like better 4g.
    Also dont forget to consider the charge for unlocking the phone $80 i believe less than 6 months, and 25 after 6 months