If the Samsung Galaxy S8 feels a little too small, and even the S8 Plus won't cut it for you, perhaps this dazzling mammoth of a device can satiate your desire for a handheld monolith. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is here.
The Note 8 is the successor to the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7, which launched in 2016 and was recalled (for the first time) within only a month due to its battery catching fire. Many of the Note 7's desirable traits have carried over to this release — the phablet form factor with a larger screen (6.3-inch), some beefier internal specs, the inclusion of an S-Pen stylus — but here's hoping Samsung have left the battery issues behind. You can check out our Note 8 review here.
If this sounds like your dream handset, then you've come to the right page. Here, we've collected all the best plans and deals on the Note 8 from all the major carriers. Whether you're after big data or budget options, or the best overall value, we've sniffed them out.
The best Samsung Galaxy Note 8 plans
Vodafone is offering an extra or two on its big-data plan ($100 Red Plan), so the 150GB cap is now accompanied with 3,000 international minutes a month to eligible countries and 400 minutes to other selected countries. Overall, the big data option from Optus is better value, but if you really need the extra 50GB and are happy to sacrifice some coverage and included extras, this is the best value on Vodafone. Total cost over 24 months is $3,114.96