We've known that LG's Optimus L7 phone was coming to Australia since Mobile World Congress back in February. Somewhat surprisingly, the first carrier to officially announce LG's 4.3-inch Ice Cream Sandwich phone isn't one of the big three telcos, but internet service provider iPrimus.
iPrimus is offering the Optimus L7 on its $39 'No Worries' plan, which offers unlimited Australian calls and texts and 2GB data a month over a 24-month contract. iPrimus uses the Optus network, and includes that network's usual "no data charges for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and even MySpace" option. That's a reasonable deal, though it's worth noting that since Mobicity already has the L7 on offer unlocked for $259, you could easily sign up for a month-to-month plan with a more generous data offering and not be tied down for two years.
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