Samsung Galaxy Note 9 New Zealand pricing

Samsung and New Zealand’s 3 carriers — Spark, Vodafone NZ, and 2degrees — have denounced their Galaxy Note 9 pricing alongside pre-orders from Aug 10 forward of launch on Aug 24.

Buying a Galaxy Note 9 undisguised from Samsung costs NZ$1,699 for a 128GB indication and NZ$1,999 for a 512GB version.

The handset facilities a 6.4-inch 2,960×1,440 quad HD+ Super AMOLED display; 6GB of RAM (LPDR4) with 128GB storage and microSD label container adult to 512GB or 8GB of RAM (LPDR4) with 512GB storage and microSD label container (up to 512GB); a 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 octa-core processor; a 4,000mAh battery; and Android 8 Oreo.

The device also comes kitted out with a back twin camera with twin visual picture stabilisation; a back wide-angle 12-megapixel camera with super-speed twin pixel, autofocus, F1.5/F2.4; and a back telephoto 12-megapixel camera with autofocus, F2.4, and 2x visual wizz with adult to 10x digital zoom.

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MINIMUM SPEND

Including handset repayments, a smallest spend per month for a new handsets on any telco are:

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MAXIMUM DATA INCLUSIONS

If we make your choices formed on a top probable information inclusions:

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Spark

For business of Spark, a 128GB chronicle of a Galaxy Note 9 is accessible over 24 months for a following pricing on a open-term plans:

  • 12-month plans: NZ$39.99 + NZ$141.58 handset cost for 1GB data; NZ$59.99 + NZ$141.58 for 4GB data; NZ$79.99 + NZ$141.58 for total information with speeds reduced after regulating 22GB any month, or for 7.5GB data; and NZ$99.99 + NZ$141.58 for 15GB data
  • 24-month plans: NZ$39.99 + NZ$64.54 handset cost for 1GB data; NZ$59.99 + NZ$57.42 for 4GB data; NZ$79.99 + NZ$57.42 for total information with speeds reduced after regulating 22GB any month, or for 7.5GB data; and NZ$99.99 + NZ$57.42 for 15GB data

The 512GB indication is labelled at:

  • 12-month plans: NZ$39.99 + NZ$166.58 handset cost for 1GB data; NZ$59.99 + NZ$166.58 for 4GB data; NZ$79.99 + NZ$166.58 for total information with speeds reduced after regulating 22GB any month, or for 7.5GB data; and NZ$99.99 + NZ$166.58 for 15GB data
  • 24-month plans: NZ$39.99 + NZ$77.04 handset cost for 1GB data; NZ$59.99 + NZ$69.92 for 4GB data; NZ$79.99 + NZ$69.92 for total information with speeds reduced after regulating 22GB any month, or for 7.5GB data; and NZ$99.99 + NZ$69.92 for 15GB data

All skeleton embody a Spotify Premium and Lightbox subscription, as good as 1GB of Spark Wi-Fi per day, with a lowest devise capped during 300 mins of job and total texts to New Zealand, while all other skeleton underline total calls and texts to both Australia and New Zealand, as good as rollover data.

Spark is also throwing in 2GB per month of reward information opposite all skeleton for a subsequent year.

Vodafone

Vodafone NZ is providing a 128GB indication underneath a following plans:

  • Open-term Unlimited: NZ$190.74 when profitable phone off over 12 months or NZ$135.36 over 24 months for total information with max speeds reduced after 22GB
  • Open-term Advantage Lite: NZ$177.49 when profitable phone off over 12 months or NZ$108.74 over 24 months for 2.5GB data
  • 24-month Red+ Essentials: NZ$187.49 when profitable phone off over 12 months or NZ$143.74 over 24 months for 22GB data
  • 24-month Red+: NZ$200.82 when profitable phone off over 12 months or NZ$165.40 over 24 months for 30GB data

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The 512GB Galaxy Note 9 is labelled at:

  • Open-term Unlimited: NZ$225.82 when profitable phone off over 12 months or NZ$177.90 over 24 months for total information with max speeds reduced after 22GB
  • Open-term Advantage Lite: NZ$202.49 when profitable phone off over 12 months or NZ$121.24 over 24 months for 2.5GB data
  • 24-month Red+ Essentials: NZ$212.49 when profitable phone off over 12 months or NZ$156.24 over 24 months for 22GB data
  • 24-month Red+: NZ$225.82 when profitable phone off over 12 months or NZ$177.90 over 24 months for 30GB data

All skeleton embody total calls and texts to New Zealand and Australia, detached from Open-term Advantage Lite, that boundary calls to 300 mins per month.

2degrees

New Zealand’s third telco is offering a Galaxy Note 9 for a following prices for a 128GB model:

  • 12-month plan: NZ$154.16 for 3GB data
  • 24-month plan: NZ$97.08 for 3GB data
  • 36-month plan: NZ$78.05 for 3GB data

The 512GB indication costs:

  • 12-month plan: NZ$179.16 for 3GB data
  • 24-month plan: NZ$109.58 for 3GB data
  • 36-month plan: NZ$86.38 for 3GB data

All skeleton embody 400 mins of calls and total texts to New Zealand and Australia.

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