3 Best Mobile Phones on Telstra Pre-Paid Plans

3 Best Mobile Phones on Telstra Pre-Paid Plans

If you’re looking to get a new phone, you might as well try going pre-paid. While pre-paid mobile phones have their boon and bane, we still recommend getting one.

But first, what’s the difference between pre-paid and post-paid?

Pre-paid Plan – simply means that you’ll get what you pay for. You pay upfront before getting the call, text, and internet plans that you want to get. They normally don’t come in lock-in contracts so you can switch anytime.

Post-paid Plan – this plan, on the other hand, are usually set up as a 12 to a 24-month contract. This plan will also require you to pay at the end of the month. However, if you exceed the call, text, and data limit, you’ll be charged extra for the next month.

Now that you know their basic differences, we’ll try talking you out of getting a new smartphone with post-paid plans. We’re confident that you’re better off with a pre-paid mobile phone. Here are only some of the reasons why:

  • Pre-paid plans can save you a ton of money
  • No hidden fees and taxes
  • Network services on pre-paid plans are not as bad as you think
  • You get the freedom to switch plans for better coverages, anytime

On that note, here are some of the best Telstra pre-paid mobile phones that you can buy if you’re looking for a replacement.

Samsung Galaxy A21s

For only $299, you get to enjoy HD quality of display on a large infinity screen of a Samsung Galaxy A12. It also has a superb camera system that offers an ultra-wide-angle lens, macro lens, and high-res main cams. It’s also powered by a beast 5000mAh battery so you can enjoy its superb features almost non-stop.

Below are its full specs:

Display:      6.5 inches Immersive 6.5″ HD+ Infinity-O Display1
Storage:       128GB
Cameras:    Front: 13MP, Back: 48MP (Main) + 2MP (Depth) + 8MP (Ultra-Wide) + 2MP (Macro) Rear: 48MP
Battery:        5,000mAh
RAM:            6 GB
Operating System:  Android 10
Network Support:   4GX
Telstra Blue Tick:    Yes
Processor:   Exynos 850 (2. 0 Hz) Octa core
Design:        75.3 mm x 163.7 mm x 8.9 mm
Internal Memory:   128 GB, supports up to 512GB microSD
Connectivity:         Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Nano SIM

Samsung Galaxy A12 4GX

Much like the Samsung Galaxy A21s, the Samsung Galaxy A12 4GX is also great for mobile photo walks that normally last for hours. And we bet this phone can also keep up! It’s also power-efficient since it runs on an Octa-core processor and 4G of RAM. Not bad for a $249 smartphone!

Look at its specs in full details:

Display:      6.5 inches, 1600 x 720 pixels
Storage:    128GB
RAM:        4GB
Cameras:   Rear: 48MP (Main, F2.0), 2MP (Depth, F2.4), 5MP (Ultra-Wide, F2.2), 2MP (Macro, F2.4) Front:8MP (F2.2)
Battery:     5,000mAh
Operating System:Android 10
Network Support:  4GX
Processor: MediatekMT 6765
Design:    75.8 mm x 164.0 mm x 8.9 mm
Weight:     205g
Connectivity:4G, 4GX Network

OPPO A53s

If you’re looking for an average smartphone, nothing too fancy and too techy, this OPPO smartphone may be the one you’re looking for. It runs on a 5000mAh so you don’t have to recharge every now and then. It has a decent 90Hz Neo-display so you can watch your fave series and YouTube videos without skipping a beat.

Below are some of its key specs:

Display:     6.5” Neo Display (720 x 1600) inches
Storage:    128GB ROM + 4GB RAM + Supports up to 256GB via microSD
Cameras:   Rear: 13MP+2MP+2MP Front: 8MP
Battery:     5000mAh
Operating System: Android 10
Network Support:4GX
Processor:  Qualcomm SDM460 @ 4×1.8GHz + 4×1.6GHz
Design:     75.1 mm x 163.9 mm x 8.4 mm
Weight:     186 g
Connectivity:Wi-Fi, NFC, 3G, 4G, 4GX Network, Nano SIM
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