Pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Note7 have begun and Telstra, Optus and Virgin Mobile have just announced their plans and pricing for the device which is due for release in Australia on August 19.
And because of the time difference, Australia will be one of the first countries in the world where the impressive new Samsung device will be available to customers.
Vodafone was the first telco to announce its plan earlier this week. You can see them all here.
And all of the carriers are offering a free 256GB microSD card – valued at $299 – with every pre-order of the Galaxy Note7
Virgin Mobile plans will start from $67 a month ($30 plan + $37 phone) with 399MB data.
Another offer from Virgin Mobile for the Samsung Galaxy Note7 is the $70 plan with a $18 handset fee for a total of $88 a month which includes 7GB of data.
This plan also includes data rollover where you can move your unused data into the next month of your plan.
You can see all of the Virgin Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note7 plans here.
Over at Telstra, plans for the Note7 plans start at $95 a month with 1GB data.
But if you spend $15 extra for the $110 plan, you’ll get 10GB and unlimited talk and text.
You can see all of the Telstra plans here.
At Optus, $71 ($40 plan + $31 phone) will get you started for the Note7 with unlimited talk and text and 1GB data.
The most popular Optus plan is the $96 plan ($85 plan + $11 phone) which comes with unlimited talk and text and 7GB data.
For an extra $8 – the $104 Optus plan jumps the data up to 15GB.
You can check out all of the Optus plans here.
* Stephen Fenech travelled to New York as a guest of Samsung