Here’s how much the Galaxy S23 costs in Australia

It's official: the Samsung Galaxy S23 range starts at $1,349 in Australia. 

Cheapest Vodafone Plan
Samsung Galaxy S23
Galaxy S23 with Vodafone
Starts at
$82.46 per month
Cheapest plan
$45 Small Plan
Monthly data
40GB
Cheapest Telstra Plan
Galaxy S23 black
Galaxy S23 with Telstra
Starts at
$95.46 per month
Cheapest plan
$58 Basic Upfront Mobile Plan
Monthly data
40GB
Cheapest Optus Plan
Galaxy S23 creme
Galaxy S23 with Optus
Starts at
$86.46 per month
Cheapest plan
$49 Choice Plus Plan
Monthly data
30GB
Galaxy S23 Ultra
Galaxy S23 Ultra green
Galaxy S23 Ultra with Vodafone
Starts at
$90.80 per month
Cheapest plan
$45 Small Plan
Monthly data
40GB
Cheapest S23 outright
Galaxy S23 Purple
Galaxy S23 with Amazon
Starts at $1199
$999
Storage
Up to 256GB
Fergus Halliday
Feb 16, 2023
Icon Time To Read2 min read

Good news: Samsung has finally gone and made the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Ultra official, dropping the deets on its next set of flagship smartphones.

In Australia, the Samsung Galaxy S23 starts at $1,349, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Plus starts at $1,649 and the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra starts at $1,949.

Read on for more information on Australian pricing and the best plans available for the Samsung Galaxy S23 and Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra handsets. 

Galaxy S23 ecosystem

Samsung Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Ultra pricing in Australia

From $1,349 to $2,649

Stop me if you've heard this one before: Samsung's new Galaxy S23 and S23 Ultra aren't just Samsung's latest set of flagship smartphones, they're also the most expensive yet.Not every model is more expensive than last years, but much of the Galaxy S23 lineup is a little more pricey than its 2021 equivalent.

At its cheapest, the Samsung Galaxy S23 will cost you $1,349 for the standard 128GB model. If you'd prefer a little bit more storage, it's $100 to bump yourself up to the 256GB version of the device.

If you want to Plus it up, you will pay $1,649 for the 256GB model. Doubling that to 512GB will cost you $1,849 all-up.

Meanwhile, the S23 Ultra comes in at $1,949 and $2,249 for 256GB or 512GB, respectively. There's also a 1TB storage option that tops out the line at $2,649.

Check out the table below for a full breakdown of Samsung Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Ultra pricing in Australia.

Galaxy S23
Galaxy S23 Plus
Galaxy S23 Ultra
128 GB$1,349N/AN/A
256 GB$1,449$1,649$1,949
512 GBN/A$1,849$2,249
1 TBN/AN/A$2,649

If you're ready to pull the trigger on that last minute pre-order, check out the table below for a round-up of retailer pricing for the Galaxy S23.

Store
Price
More info
Amazon
🔥From $1,199
$999
Bing Lee
From
$1199
The Good Guys
From
$1349
Telstra
From
$95.46
/mo
Optus
From
$86.46
/mo
Vodafone
From
$82.46
/mo

Galaxy S23 128GB plans (36 months)

Galaxy S23 128GB plans (24 months)

Galaxy S23 Plus 256GB plans (36 months)

Galaxy S23 Plus 256GB plans (24 months)

Galaxy S23 Ultra 256GB plans (36 months)

Galaxy S23 Ultra 256GB plans (24 months)

Galaxy S23 Ultra 512GB plans (36 months)

Galaxy S23 Ultra 512GB plans (24 months)

Samsung accessories
These are the best sellers on Amazon

*Pricing and deals only accurate as of last page update. 

What does that mean for Galaxy S22 pricing?

The Galaxy S22 Series gets a discount

For the bargain hunters among us, the details of the latest Samsung Galaxy flagship may be less exciting than the prospect of bargain on last year's model. 

Those waiting to catch a price-drop on the Galaxy S22 Ultra will be disappointed to here that last year's primo option has only been discounted to $1749, but if you're happy to settle with the standard Galaxy S22, you should be able to find one for a much cheaper price nowadays.

Fergus Halliday
Written by
Fergus Halliday
Fergus Halliday is a journalist and editor for Reviews.org. He’s written about technology, telecommunications, gaming and more for over a decade. He got his start writing in high school and began his full-time career as the Editor of PC World Australia. Fergus has made the MCV 30 Under 30 list, been a finalist for seven categories at the IT Journalism Awards and won Most Controversial Writer at the 2022 Consensus Awards. He has been published in Gizmodo, Kotaku, GamesHub, Press Start, Screen Rant, Superjump, Nestegg and more.

Related Articles

Graphic for The Bear - Where to watch article
The Bear’s third course will be served in June
The Bear might dish out Michelin-star anxiety but streaming it is refreshingly simple.
Roborock S8 MaxV Ultra
Roborock S8 MaxV Ultra review: Man’s new best friend
BRB getting a collar and tag made up
Graphic of a man comparing Telstra, Optus and Vodafone coverage
Telstra vs Optus vs Vodafone coverage: what is the best network in Australia?
Over the last decade, the gap between Telstra, Optus, and Vodafone's coverage has narrowed significantly.