If you’re looking to stretch that gorgeous Infinity Display even further than what the Samsung Galaxy S9 is already offering, then you’ll be wanting to track down its bigger sibling, the Galaxy S9 Plus.
On this page, we’ve brought together the best plans, prices, and deals available on the plus-sized Android powerhouse so you don’t have to trawl through the countless options yourself.
Whether it’s huge data you’re after, or the cheapest possible plan to net you the S9 Plus, we’ve got you covered. We’ll also list the plan that offers the best overall value, and if you’re deadset on any carrier in particular, we’ve picked out the exemplar offerings from each of Australia’s major networks.
At present, we’re still in the pre-order phase of the Samsung flagship but we’re still pulling in the best value we can find out there with the pre-order deals. AS was the case with the Note 8, pre-ordering the Galaxy S9 Plus will also net you a free Samsung Fast Charge Wireless Pad, valued at $119.
The best Galaxy S9 Plus pre-order plans
Although we’re expecting Optus and Telstra to have some stellar plans when the pre-orders launch February 27, Virgin Mobile is the only carrier that’s released any info on their pre-order plans. But stay tuned for the full comparison dropping tomorrow.
Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus 64GB | 9GB data | $300 international calls and texts | $88 pm
Virgin Mobile is offering a 10% discount on its S9 and S9 Plus plans before March 26, so if you’re looking to jump on the Samsung ship, check out this $88 plan. It’ll net you the 64GB version of the phone along with 9GB of data a month (which will stretch a little further with data rollover) as well as $300 worth of international calls and texts. Total cost over 24 months is $2,112
Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus 256GB | 30GB data | $500 international calls & texts | $109 pm
With a plus-sized phone and the bigger 256GB option, you’re probably going to want a little more data to stream and download all that media with. The $109 plan from Virgin Mobile gives you 30GB a month with data rollover as well as $500 to use in international calls and texts. Total cost over 24 months is $2,616