The Google Pixel 3 range might be six months old, but it remains one of the best smartphone options on the market by a considerable margin. With instant access to the latest version of Android and a great battery and camera, it does a lot to stand out from the crowd.
You can currently snap the phone up from Optus on a 100GB(!) plan for just $84 a month. Here are the inclusions.
Optus’ Pixel 3 plan is specifically designed for ultra-heavy users. In addition to the mammoth 100GB data cap, the plans also come with unlimited talk and text, an Optus Sport subscription and data-free music and video streaming for (deep breath) Netflix, Stan, ABC iview, ABC KIDS iview, ABC ME, Google Play Music, iHeartRadio and Spotify.
The only thing missing is free international calls – but if you don’t regularly ring people overseas that’s really not much of an issue. You can add a $10/mth International Talk & Text Pack that will give you unlimited standard international calls and text to 35 selected countries from Australia.
Here’s a breakdown of everything you get with the plan. (For more information, click on the ‘Go To Site’ button.)
If you’re willing to spend an extra $10 per month, you can also get the Google Pixel 3 XL with all of the same inclusions.
The offer expires on March 31, so be sure to sign up before Monday!
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