Samsung’s latest flagship, the Galaxy Note 9, is now available in South Africa on Vodacom, Telkom, Cell C, and MTN contracts.
The Galaxy Note 9 offers a 6.4-inch display, a 4,000mAh battery, and new features such as the Water Carbon Cooling system and on-device AI-based performance adjusting algorithm.
Customers can get the device at an affordable rate by taking out a contract with a local service provider, and paying in monthly instalments.
24-month contract deals available for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 from local mobile network operators are listed below.
Telkom is offering the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 on FreeMe 1GB package for R799 per month for 24 months.
This deal includes 1GB of data, an extra 30GB Telkom data (10GB for 3 months), free calls to Telkom mobile and Telkom landlines, and free instant messaging, while calls to other SA mobile and landline networks only cost R0.70c per minute.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is available on MTN Made for Me S for R799 on a monthly subscription of 24 months.
With this deal, customers get 50 anytime minutes, 50 SMSs, and 350MB of data.
The Vodacom Smart XS+ contract for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 includes 50 SMSs, 50 minutes, and 350MB of data for R829 per month.
The contract also includes a once-off 10GB data bundle and R10,000 Top Dog educational voucher.
Cell C is offering the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 on a Pinnacle 1GB contract, which gives users 120 minutes, 120 SMSs, 1GB of data, 2GB of Black data per day, and Black Flexi Premium for 3 months – all for R899 per month.
This article was published in partnership with Samsung.