Telstra opens pre-orders for Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge

Those who ore0order either phones will receive a free Samsung Gear VR while stocks last

Samsung Galaxy S7. Image: VentureBeat

Samsung Galaxy S7. Image: VentureBeat

Telstra opened pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge at 12.01am on Friday, February 26. Customers pre-ordering these phones will receive a free Samsung Gear VR, while stocks last.

The water and dust resistant flagship phones also support category 9 LTE download speeds and next-generation voice calling (voice over LTE).

This means users get speeds of up to 450Mbps on Telstra’s 4GX network in 4GX areas, and high-definition calling and faster call setup times with VoLTE.

Both smartphones are available on a range of standalone Go Mobile and Go Business Mobile plans as well as a great value package that bundles a Galaxy S7 with a new Samsung Tab A tablet for $99 per month on a Go Mobile Plan.

Full pricing details are on the images with this story

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