Wednesday, 26 May 2021 09:25

Digital telco Circles.Life launches Samsung smartphone bundles


Circles.Life, the digital telco that is making waves in Australia with its generous data deals, is launching what it suggests could be "Australia’s best value smartphone bundles" - allowing Aussies to save hundreds of dollars on the hottest new Samsung phones.

2021 is looking like the year of the phone upgrade, as Australians held off buying a new phone during the pandemic, according to research company Gartner.

To celebrate the launch of its smartphone bundles, Circles.Life is offering 20% off on all SIM only plans for 12 months. New customers can score a real bargain on the hottest new Samsung phones – making a Samsung Galaxy S21 5G paired with 30GB data as little as $56.69/month for the first 12 months. The no lock-in plans are not tied to the phone, and can be cancelled anytime for ultimate flexibility.

The headline model is the Samsung Galaxy S21 5G + 20GB Circles.Life plan:

The usual price is $34.69 (phone) + $28 (plan) equalling $62.69 per month over 36 months, but this has been reduced to $56.69 per month with 20GB plus 10GB of bonus data for the first 12 months.

So, what are the other two Samsung phones on offer?

Other phones on offer include Samsung Galaxy A32 for $27.86/month and Samsung Galaxy A72 for $34.81/month with 8GB of data from Circles.Life.

“Aussies have gotten to know Circles.Life as the telco with fantastic value mobile plans, and we’re incredibly excited to launch some of Australia’s best value smartphone bundles. Staying connected with loved ones is more important than ever, and we’re selling the latest Samsung models at a fantastic price - maybe even the best in Australia”, said Antony Sault, Head of Growth, Circles.Life.

We're also told "Customers can either pay for the phone upfront or through flexible monthly repayments. Circles.Life and Latitude have teamed up to allow Aussies to purchase the latest Samsung phones without having to pay thousands of dollars upfront.

"Through Latitude, customers can pay off their phone in monthly instalments across 12, 18, 24, 30 or 36 months - the broadest range of instalment options in Australia - for as little as $13.86 per month (Samsung Galaxy A32), plus an annual fee of $99/year for the Latitude Gem Visa. No interest will be charged as long as payments are made on time."

More detail can be found here.

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