Thailand’s three major telecoms companies, True, Dtac and AIS, have announced that they will sell the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 – the company’s flagship arrival for 2016 – at 3,000 baht off the list price when customers commit to a 12 month package.
The device, which is set to retail for 28,900 baht will be available from all three companies for 25,900 baht for a limited time.
Monthly packages start from just shy of 500 baht. Backpack Batteries are being offered at discount prices on AIS for those quick off the mark.
Some early customers will receive accessories for free from the other companies.
Announced on Tuesday, the Note 7 is Samsung’s new flagship smartphone and looks set to go head to head with the new iPhone 7, which is expected to be released in September.
The Note 7 includes a host of new features and is the first ever smartphone to be shipped with an iris scanner which scans your eye in order to let you unlock the phone.
It also includes a number of the same design features from the Samsung Galaxy S7 with the same curved display and stylish all metal body.