Samsung's A-Series is its upper mid-range models, which offer many of the features of the flagship S-series, but at more affordable pricing.
Unlike Apple, which has incredible sales of its flagship models, while also offering cheaper models such as the iPhone SE, along with refurbished models, it has been widely reported over the years that Samsung sells more of its mid-range devices and makes most of its profits there, rather than from its flagship devices.
This makes it very important for Samsung to have a solid A-Series range, given the incredible competition from Nokia, Motorola, Realme and everyone else.
Indeed, Samsung even held a special "Unpacked" event for the A32, A52 and A72 models last month so that it could get the message out to the world, directly, that these new models were available, with such launch events normally only saved for the S-series flagships.
So, while Vodafone Australia hasn't taken up the most advanced A-series, being the A72, it has brought the 5G versions of the Samsung A32 and Samsung A52 to market, with customers eligible to redeem Galaxy Buds Live in the White colour only, worth AUD $319, with the purchase of either device when they sign up to a Vodafone Infinite Plan by 23 April.
Vodafone reminds us that its Infinite Plans "start at $35 per month (inclusive of $5 Vodafone Credit to You offer) with generous amounts of Max Speed data.
"Once you’ve used Max Speed data, you’ll access infinite data at speeds of up to 2, 10 or 25Mbps (depending on your chosen plan) after Max Speed data is used and includes unlimited standard national calls and text."
Vodafone also offers 12, 24 and 36-month interest free device payment plans, and notes that "monthly device payments start from $18.02 per month when you stay connected for 36 months with the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G 128GB (total minimum cost $683.72)."
The Samsung Galaxy A32 5G and Samsung A52 5G are available with 128GB.
Unlike Samsung's flagship S21-series, the A32 and A52 can take MicroSD expansion cards up to 512GB.
And, while Vodafone has have the smallest 5G footprint when compared to Optus and Vodafone, it does have 5G available in "selected areas of major cities", with details of its 5G rollout here.
In addition, the entire Galaxy A-Series, the A32, A52 and A72 is separately available at JB Hi-Fi.