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Samsung Galaxy Note9 available to pre-order at Vodafone now

New super powerful Samsung Galaxy Note9 available to pre-order at Vodafone now

Friday August 10, 2018

Vodafone announced today the new super powerful Samsung Galaxy Note9 is available to pre-order online at www.vodafone.co.nz/note9/and instore nationwide from 8am.

The highly anticipated Note9 128GB is available for less than $56 per month over 24 months when you purchase interest free on eligible Vodafone plans from $59.99 per month, with a $49 upfront deposit*.

Customers who pre-order before August 23, will also receive a new Samsung Dual Wireless Charger which allows you to charge two wireless devices simultaneously, worth $179 RRP. Plus if you purchase on 24 months interest free you will receive $321 off the RRP – a total $500 of added value.

Vodafone’s Head of Terminals, Todd Hardie says the new Note9’s superior features are a perfect match with Vodafone’s offerings, “With its all-day battery, huge storage capacity and impressive screen, you can use the Note9 worry free on Vodafone’s latest mobile plans.

“The dual 12MP cameras with scene optimisation make it easy for the most novice of us to become budding photographers – the Note9 takes the hard work out of it, just point and shoot for an amazing shot every time.

“You will totally lose yourself in the 6.4" Full HD infinity display, perfect for catching up on your favourite content or challenging the kids to the latest game,” he adds.

The Samsung Galaxy Note9 128GB is available in three striking colours; Midnight Black, Metallic Copper and Ocean Blue with signature gold S-Pen.

Hardie says if storage is what your heart desires, grab the Note9 512GB Midnight Black with up to an additional 400GB MicroSD card storage. It provides almost 1 terabyte of space for photos, videos and music. Combine this with the new Samsung DeX cable (sold separately) and you can connect your Note9 to any screen, making it the perfect travel companion for those who want to travel light.

The Samsung Galaxy Note9 will be available in store from August 24. For presales and more details on pricing and data plans visitwww.vodafone.co.nz/note9/.

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