Samsung Electronics Officially Launches Galaxy S9 and S9+

A visitor takes a look at the Galaxy S9 smartphone at a retail shop in Seoul

A visitor takes a look at the Galaxy S9 smartphone at a retail shop in Seoul

The top of the line Galaxy S9 Plus will be available for purchase in all Reliance Digital and Jio Stores across the country and online at jio.com.

The Galaxy S9 has been priced at Rs 57,900 and Rs 65,900 for the 64GB and 256GB respectively, and the Galaxy S9+ will be available at Rs 64,900 for the 64GB variant and Rs 72,900 for the 256GB variant. Finally, Vodafone postpaid subscribers will get a free Netflix subscription for the next one year by recharging over Rs. 999.

Formally unveiled in late February at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the Galaxy S9 touts several improvements over previous models. Unlike the MaxisONE Plan 158 and 128, where the device subsidy is between RM600 to RM1000 for the two devices, customers who opt for the MaxisONE Plan 188 will have to pay full price for the Galaxy S9 or S9+. Still this includes 80GB data per month, free unlimited calling etc for two years.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are powered by the Samsung Exynos 9810 SoC in India.

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The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ offer will appeal to those have been long-time Airtel customers. The rest amount can be paid by equal monthly installments (EMI).

Reliance Retail offers a 70 percent future buyback specifically for the 256 GB variant of the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus. If one were to buy the phone without the offer, and include a Rs 1199 plan for Airtel for 24 months, the total cost would jump to Rs 93,676.

The disadvantage with the Airtel plan is that a user will be stuck with the same data benefit (80GB) for the fixed price of Rs 2499 or Rs 2799 depending on the model.

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