Telstra is offering sweet discounts on Samsung Galaxy phones and tablets this week

If you're on the hunt for a new smartphone or tablet this Click Frenzy, Telstra has some of the tastiest deals available. 

Brodie Fogg
Editorial Lead
November 09, 2021
2 min read

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Graphic of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Telstra Click Frenzy Deal

Lately, Telstra has been working hard to shake its reputation as the most expensive mobile and internet provider in Australia. Hot off the heels of its $85 5G Home Broadband offer, the big blue is taking part in the Click Frenzy festivities with a series of seriously tempting deals on Samsung Galaxy and OPPO devices.

For the next seven days, Telstra is offering up to $300 off a small selection of some of the latest smartphones and tablets (when you pair them with a Telstra mobile plan). These offers end on the 15th of November so if you’re hankering for a new handset and that primo Telstra coverage, be sure to check out the deals below.

$300 off Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+

Funnily enough, one of the best deals from Australia’s leading mobile provider is on a tablet this year. As part of Click Frenzy, Samsung is offering $300 off the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7+ 5G when you sign up to a 12, 24 or 36-month Upfront SIM plan with Telstra.

Strangely, Telstra is only offering 4GX access for these tablets, even on the 5G model so unless you’re keen to future-proof your Tab S7, it might be worth saving some cash and opting for the 4G Galaxy Tab S7.

Up to $250 off Samsung Galaxy S21 and A32

The Tab S7 deal might be the highlight but Telstra isn’t phoning it on phone deals either. Until the 15th of November, you can score $250 off a Samsung Galaxy S21 5G model (this time with 5G access) and $100 off the budget Samsung Galaxy A32. Once again, you need to pair these with a Telstra Upfront SIM plan over 12, 24 or 36 months; whatever works for you.

While a budget Samsung phone is never a bad idea, it’s worth noting that the S21 is close to being replaced. It’s that time of the year when Samsung responds to the latest iPhone announcement with a new handset of its own. Unlike Apple, Samsung also has a history of dropping the price on its previous handsets once a new model is released so, either way, you’d be better off waiting for the Galaxy S22 (if that is its real name).

$100 off the Oppo A94 5G

Oppo has quickly become a household name for affordable premium smartphones in Australia and there’s no wonder their quality handsets are taking hold. You can often get all the smarts of a Samsung Galaxy or Apple iPhone handset at a fraction of the cost. And for Click Frenzy, Telstra is making one of the best cheap smartphones even cheaper by knocking $100 off the asking price. Just like Telstra’s Galaxy Tab S7 and S21 deals, the 5G-capable Oppo A94 needs to be paired with an Upfront SIM plan of your choosing.

Brodie Fogg
Written by
Brodie Fogg
Brodie Fogg is the Australian editorial lead at He has covered consumer tech, telecommunications, video games, streaming and entertainment for over five years at websites like WhistleOut and Finder and can be found sharing streaming recommendations at 7NEWS every month.

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