We've all been waiting with bated breath to get the iPhone 5 pricing. Will it be more expensive? Will it be cheaper? Optus has taken the plunge first and put its pricing online. Take a look.
The 16GB version of the iPhone 5 starts on a $30 Optus Plan which gets you 200MB of included data and $200 of included talk and text on a 24 month contract. The handset will set you back an additional $18 per month on that plan.
Optus will give you the 16GB for $0 for 24 months on its $80 Optus Plan which includes 2GB of data and $850 of talk and text on a 24 month contract. You'll get the 32GB for $0 on the $89 Timeless plan, while the 64GB is $0 for 24 months on the $129 Timeless plan only.
As far as the carriers lower plans go, repayments increase in $4 and $5 increments. That is, you'll pay $4 extra per month for the 32GB than the 16GB, and you'll pay $5 extra per month on top of the 32GB for the 64GB.
Here's the 16GB pricing for reference:
Optus is a 4G carrier so all those prices get you 4G speeds, too.
Read all the plans here. Is it what you were expecting?
Thanks for Gareth for sending the link our way.
Originally published on Gizmodo Australia