Telstra has finally released pricing on Samsung's Galaxy Tab. There will be 3 plans - $29, $49 and $79 each with included monthly data allowance of 1GB, 7GB and 12GB respectively.
All plans include $10 worth of allowance for standard voice calls and SMS to any Australian network. On the $29 and $49 plans, customers will need to pay $25 per month to buy the device, with the $79 requiring a monthly payment of $15. Total minimum spend ranging between $1296 and $2256.
The plans from Telstra are more expensive than Optus and Vodafone's offerings, but obviously Telstra's NextG network is something to dangle over their competitors.
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 11:20 am CDT
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