Telstra is offering up to $300 off the Samsung Galaxy S21 lineup

You've got a week to nab a sweet deal on Samsung's flagship lineup.

Georgia Dixon
Apr 21, 2021
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Flagship phones don't come cheap, so on the rare occasion that sales come around, we get pretty excited. For the next week, Telstra is offering some pretty decent discounts with their Samsung Galaxy S21 sale, no matter whether you purchase your new device outright or pair it with any Telstra Upfront Plan.

Between April 20 and 26, you can score $200 off any Galaxy S21, $250 off any Galaxy S21 Plus and a generous $300 off any Galaxy S21 Ultra. That brings the S21 down to $1,048, the S21 Plus to $1,286 and the top-of-the-range S21 Ultra to $1,548.

Combined with Telstra's ongoing $50 monthly discount on their XL BYO Plan ($65 per month, down from $115), it means you could save up to $900 over the course of 12 months. The discount lasts for 12 months (but you can cancel at any time) and the plan comes with a massive 180GB data, 5G access, data sharing, no excess data charges, data-free Apple Music streaming, free live sports and more.

If that plan's not your jam, check out the most popular Telstra plans for each device below.

Not sure which of Samsung's shiny new devices to pick? Take a look at the comparison table below to see the key differences.

Specs
Galaxy S21
Galaxy S21 Plus
Galaxy S21 Ultra

Display size

6.2-inch

6.7-inch

6.8-inch

RAM

8GB

8GB

12GB

Storage

128 or 256GB

128 or 256GB

128, 256 or 512GB

Rear camera setup

12MP ultra wide, 12MP main, 64MP telephoto

12MP ultra wide, 12MP main, 64MP telephoto

12MP ultra wide, 108MP main, 10MP 10X optical, 10MP 30X optical

Selfie camera

10MP

10MP

40MP

Battery capacity

4,000 mAh

4,800 mAh

5,000 mAh

Weight

171g

202g

220g

Colour availability

Phantom Violet, Phantom Pink, Phantom Grey, Phantom White

Phantom Silver, Phantom Black, Phantom Violet

Phantom Black, Phantom Silver

Georgia Dixon
Written by
Georgia Dixon
Georgia Dixon has over seven years' experience writing about all things tech, entertainment and lifestyle, with bylines in TechLife magazine, 7NEWS and Stuff.co.nz. In her spare time, you'll find her playing games and daydreaming about good food, wine, and dogs.

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