Telstra iPhone 4S Pricing: At Least $63 A Month

Telstra has finally joined Optus and Vodafone and revealed its iPhone 4S pricing, and is taking pre-orders from today ahead of Friday’s launch. As expected, it is only offering the phone right now on its Freedom Connect plans, which require a 24-month contract.

Once again, we’ve summed up the basic plans in an interactive spreadsheet: click on the arrows to sort or filter the listings:

We’ll be publishing a more detailed Planhacker analysis later this morning comparing the three major carriers in more detail; the obvious thing to note for now is that Telstra is, as ever, charging a premium for its network availability, and doesn’t have the phone on its cheapest $49 Freedom Connect plan. Telstra will open most of its company stores from 8am this Friday for sales, and is also offering online ordering with delivery, though stocks are said to be limited for this option.

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