iiNet Starts Selling Android Phones

iiNet has had SIM-only plans for quite a while, but now it has started selling Android handsets for business customers. There’s a choice of three phones on offer: the Samsung Galaxy S II and the original Galaxy S, plus the Alcatel OT990.

If you sign up for a 24-month plan, the S II has a hefty $30 a month handset charge, the S is $20 a month and the Alcatel is $8 a month. The phones are also offered as outright buys, at $720, $480 and $192. We don’t normally focus on business-only plans here at Lifehacker, but seeing a major ISP move into phone sales seemed worth pointing out. Tempted?


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