The Google Pixel 3 is widely regarded as one of the best Android smartphones of 2018. On the downside, it wasn't cheap with upfront prices maxing out at around $1500.
Fortunately, you can now get the phone from Optus on a massive 100GB plan for just $84 a month. Here are the details!
If you're keen to get your hands on the Pixel 3 and don't mind being saddled to a 24-month plan, this Optus offering is pretty damn tasty. For $84 per month, you get the 64GB Google Pixel 3 with 100GB of data (minimum spend: $2016 over 24 months.)
The plan also comes with unlimited calls and text/SMS, uncapped music streaming for Google Play Music, iHeartRadio and Spotify, data-free video Streaming (for an extra $5 per month) and access to Optus Sport at no extra charge.
For a full list of inclusions, click on the interactive table directly below:
The offer ends on January 13, 2019.
If you're not keen to join the Optus network for whatever reason, Telstra has a Pixel 3 deal of its own that might be worth considering. The $89 plan gets you the 64GB Pixel 3 with 20GB of data - a saving of $15 per month on Telstra's usual pricing, or $360 off over two years.
While that's not nearly as good as the Optus deal, customers who sign up before December 24 get a bonus Google Home Mini. Here are the details:
And here's how those plans compare to other Pixel 3 telco options with at least 20GB data:
As you can see, Optus comes out well on top when it comes to data and is also the cheapest of the bunch. If you want to get the Pixel 3 on a mobile contract, it's a no brainer.
Already got a phone you love? You can check out the best SIM-only plans from Telstra, Optus and Vodafone here.
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