Telstra has become the first carrier to reveal plan pricing for the iPhone 4, offering the phone on its $49, $79 and $99 cap plans (as well as a number of others) when the phone goes on sale in Australia this Friday.
With previous iPhone 4 releases, Telstra has not announced pricing until launch day, so the early information is a welcome change. Its pricing table for its cap plans is below:
Telstra isn’t selling the iPhone 4 outright, though Apple is offering it from $859. Telstra is also offering the iPhone 4 on a its Ultimate II and Phone Plan for iPhone plans, detailed on its site at the main link below.
Telstra will mirror Optus by opening stores at midnight to sell the phone (and covering South Australia and Tasmania, which Optus is ignoring). Telstra’s list of stores opening at midnight can be found in this PDF document.
Vodafone and 3 are scheduled to announce pricing plans on Wednesday, and we’d expect Optus to make its plans public in the next couple of days as well.
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