They originally claimed it would be announced tomorrow, but I guess now that Telstra and Optus have released pricing info, there's no need for VHA to hold back on their iPhone 4 pricing. So here you go:
Three has three plans on offer: $39, $49 and $79, which include 150MB, 250MB and 1GB worth of data, although the press release suggests that each plan includes a bonus 1GB of data on each plan.
Vodafone, meanwhile, has plans at the $29, $49, $69, $79 and $99, with 50MB, 500MB, 750MB, 1GB and 2GB worth of data respectively, each boasting 1GB bonus data (except the $29 plan which has a bonus 500MB).
VHA are pretty keen to promote the free V23 and V2V phone calls as part of their bundles, but the biggest question about these plans is that bonus data.
We've asked for more info and will update when we hear back. We've heard back from VHA - turns out the bonus data is per month for the life of the plan. Which actually makes it a pretty good deal...