Deals: These Optus iPhone Plans Come With Free Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphones

If you were looking to get a new iPhone on a plan, Optus is currently dangling a sexy tech carrot.

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At the moment the telco is offering a pair of wireless Beats Solo3 headphones on all of its 50GB+ data iPhone plans.

Eligible iPhone XS plans start at $107 per month, but eligible iPhone 8 plans start at $90 per month. That's right, you can still get the beloved button boi.

While there are no discounts on all of these plans at the moment, a free pair of $399 headphones is still a pretty damn good deal.

However, if you're keen on a lot of storage, Optus is currently knocking $10 off per month on the 512GB XS and XS Max plans. This means that they're only $3 - $5 more per month than the 256GB handset plans. Not bad at all.

Like standard Optus plans, you're looking at inclusions such as unlimited talk and text, unlimited standard international calls to select countries, Optus Sport, and data-free music streaming on Spotify and Google Play Music.

You have until the end of June to nab the Beats offer. Once your service has been activated you'll receive an SMS within 48-hours that will contain a link to where you can redeem the headphones. Importantly, all redemptions have to happen before July 15.

Here's some widgets with the eligible plans. You can also find the full list of included plans right here.

iPhone XS

iPhone XS Max

iPhone XR

iPhone 8


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