As expected, Telstra has started selling the Motorola Defy from today. It's still only running 2.1, but it's relatively weatherproof. Pricing doesn't seem to have been posted on the Telstra site yet, but it will be available on a 24-month contract on the company's $49, $79, $99 and $129 cap plans, or outright for $600.
Motorola Defy Goes On Sale Through Telstra
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