All Of Telstra's Huawei P30 Pro Plans

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Last week Huawei unveiled its new P30 range in Paris.

Coming in at $1,599, it's one of the better-priced flagships on the market. But that doesn't mean that everyone wants to buy outright. If you'd rather a Telstra plan instead, we have them all right here for you.

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If you were hoping to get your hands on the regular P30, you'll have to try another telco; Telstra isn't stocking it. Go Pro or go home.

But what you will get is some damn good coverage, albeit with a price tag to match.

Prices start as low as $59 a month across 24-months, but that only comes with 3GB of data and is on a lease, which we aren't fans of. If you want to get the phone for keeps, the lowest you're looking at is $89 a month across 24-months. But again, you're only going to get a small amount of data.

If Telstra is your telco of choice for the P30 Pro, we'd recommend the $109 a month plan that comes with 50GB of data. While $20 more will push it up into 160GB, we think the $109 hits that sweet spot between large data and affordability.

Here are the rest of the plans on offer. They all come with Huawei's pre-order offer, which includes a free Sonos One if you order before April 15. The phones will go on sale from April 16 onward.

The author travelled to Paris as a guest of Huawei.

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