On Wednesday morning Apple unleashed the new iPhone 12 line up and Telstra gave us a sneak peak of it’s iPhone 12 pre-order offer. It’s now available and it’s pretty damn good.
The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro have now gone on pre-order and the phones will then be on sale from October 23.
And if you were hoping to get your hands on an iPhone Pro Max or Mini, you’ll be waiting awhile longer. Those two devices don’t on on pre-order until November 6.
Telstra iPhone 12 Pre-order offer
But back to this week’s new goodies. Telstra was the first Australian telco to let slip about its iPhone 12 plan prices, and it’s not difficult to see why. Big T has one particular pre-order offer that is pretty damn good.
“Consumer customers who take out a $115 XL plan will receive a $50 discount per month for 12 months,” a Telstra spokesperson said in a press release.
“That means customers will receive 180GB of data for $65 per month for 12 months.”
If you’re someone who requires a lot of phone data, it’s a really good deal. Of course, it’s worth remembering that you’ll need to factor in the handset repayments on top of the $65/month plan price.
This means that your final bill price per month will be entirely dependent on which iPhone 12 and storage option you opt for. As a reminder, the iPhone 12 starts at $1,349 outright and the iPhone 12 Pro starts at $1,699.
Telstra iPhone 12 plans
Here’s a list of Telstra’s iPhone 12 plans:
24-month Telstra iPhone 12 (64GB) plans
24-month Telstra iPhone 12 (128GB) plans
24-month Telstra iPhone 12 (256GB) plans
And here’s the iPhone 12 Pro plans:
24-month Telstra iPhone 12 Pro (128GB) plans
24-month Telstra iPhone 12 Pro (256GB) plans
24-month Telstra iPhone 12 Pro (512GB) plans
It’s worth noting that Telstra also offers 12 month plans and you can view them over on its website.
And if you’re looking to compare more iPhone 12 plans from different telcos we have a full list of the plans on offer right here.
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