Good news for anyone looking for a high-quality, low to mid-range specced phone on a plan with Optus announcing the Samsung A71 5G and A21s phones are now available on contract.

Both phones are available on plans ranging from 12 to 36 months, with the value options including the Optus $49 per month Choice Plan which offers great value. The $49 Choice Plan includes unlimited standard national talk and text, as well as limited overseas connections to 35 countries. Of course you’ll want to get online, so 60GB of data is included and you can use it all to stream the Optus Sport package that’s included in the plan.

The A21s is the more budget option of the range, but still includes a lovely 6.5-inch Infinity-O Display with a tiny punch-hole notch for a 13MP selfie cam. On the rear you get a quad-camera array including a 48MP Main sensor, with an 8MP Ultra-wide sensor, 2MP Macro and 2MP depth sensor. 

There’s a decent amount of power onboard with an Exynos 850, 3GB RAM and 32GB storage, all powered by a massive 5000mAh battery.

If you’re looking for something with a little more grunt though, the A71 5G is the perfect phone to experience 5G. The A71 5G includes a 6.7-inch Infinity-O Display which has a tiny selfie notch for the 32MP Selfie Camera. There is again a quad-camera array on the rear with a 64MP main sensor backed up by a 12MP ultra-wide sensor which has a 123° field of view, as well as a 5MP Macro camera and 5MP Depth Sensor.

Samsung really beefs up the processor and memory specs on the A71 5G, with 8GB RAM and 128GB of on-board storage (Both phones have a microSD card slot to expand this. The A71 5G also includes a 4,500mAh battery which should last you through a full day.

Samsung’s A-series phones continue to offer some awesome hardware with great pricing, and on contract that price is spread out nicely. You can of course pick up a Galaxy A21s outright for $379 RRP, while the A71 5G will set you back $899 RRP though you can of course get some better pricing if you shop around. 

You can grab either phone in black from Optus now, for full details head over to the Optus website and check their full range of Samsung, and other phones out.