Every iPhone XS Plan: Telstra, Optus And Vodafone

iPhone XS (Screenshot: David Murphy)

The iPhone XS and XS Max go on sale in Australia in a little under a week. Here are all the plans that will be available from Australia's three major telcos: Telstra, Optus and Vodafone.

Although the iPhone XS and XS Max do not go on sale until September 21, you can place your pre-orders with Optus, Telstra and Vodafone right now. Below you'll find the full range of plans from each telco. Above the tables, we've highlighted the cheapest option as well as our personal 'bang-for-buck' pick.

Note: If our interactive tables don't appear for you, simply click on the supplied telco links to see the full range of plans.

Telstra

Until September 21, Telstra will be offering bonus data and a $10 recurring monthly credit on $129 plans when customers stay connected for 24 months. The cheapest contract option from Telstra is the iPhone XS 64GB for $124 per month which comes with 30GB of data.

For power users, the best deal here is to lease the iPhone XS 64GB for $119 per month which comes with a massive 90GB data. You can also get the iPhone XS Max 64GB for $134 per month with the same inclusions.

Click here to see Telstra's full range of plans.

iPhone XS 64GB (contract)

iPhone XS 64GB (lease)

iPhone XS 256GB (contract)

iPhone XS 256GB (lease)

iPhone XS 512GB (contract)

iPhone XS 512GB (lease)

iPhone XS Max 64GB (contract)

iPhone XS Max 64GB (lease)

iPhone XS Max 256GB (contract)

iPhone XS Max 256GB (lease)

iPhone XS Max 512GB (contract)

iPhone XS Max 512GB (lease)

Optus

Optus is leasing the iPhone XS 64GB from $75 per month. That comes with 4GB total monthly data (2GB + 2GB bonus data). The iPhone XS Max 64GB will set you back in additional $10 per month.

For value fans, it's hard to look past the iPhone XS 64GB is a $90 My Plan Flex 24-month plan. This comes with 50GB total monthly data (25GB + 25GB bonus data).

Click here to see Optus' full range of plans.

iPhone XS 64GB (contract)

iPhone XS 64GB (lease)

iPhone XS 256GB (contract)

iPhone XS 256GB (lease)

iPhone XS 512GB (contract)

iPhone XS 512GB (lease)

iPhone XS Max 64GB (contract)

iPhone XS Max 64GB (lease)

iPhone XS Max 256GB (contract)

iPhone XS Max 256GB (lease)

iPhone XS Max 512GB (contract)

iPhone XS Max 512GB (lease)

Vodafone

Vodafone's cheapest iPhone XS plan works out to $80.25 per month over 36 months. That one's for the 64GB model and only comes with 2GB of data. The same plan for the 64GB XS Max will set you back an additional $4.72 per month. Our pick is the 24-month 64GB iPhone XS deal for $127.87 per month. That one comes with 60GB data.

Click here to see Vodafone's full range of plans.

iPhone XS 64GB

iPhone XS 256GB

iPhone XS 512GB

iPhone XS Max 64GB

iPhone XS Max 256GB

iPhone XS Max 512GB


Comments

    They give you **** all data. You are better off buying it outright and going with a $30 plan these days.

    Why are the plans always so convoluted?
    Case in point: Optus 50Gb plan(s)
    If I get the sim only plan it's 45/month unli call/sms (i dunno about you, but everything else they tack on the plans i feel are just marketing gimmicks that don't really do much).

    It's simple and straight forward, but when you get a phone attached to it..
    iPhoneXR 64GB
    $90 /mo ($90 plan + $0 for the phone) for 24 mos ($2160), but the way I see it is it's $45 for the plan + $45 for the phone.. so the phone's ($45*24mos) $1080 which i think is a real bargain, instead of saying it's zero, but the actual plan is inflated like crazy.
    Also guess what? the 64gb isn't only the cheapest, it also comes out as most savings! RRP is $1229 vs Optus $1080, 128 gig is RRP$1299 vs Optus $1320, and finally 256 gig RRP is $1479 vs Optus $1560.
    Is it because people don't do the math? And they're all like that! It feeeeels so much like a scam... why can't they be more transparent?
    And don't give me that "because the sim only plans prices are only a temporary promotion", they're not, and we all know it..shame on you if you actually fell for that.

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