Apple’s new line up iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus is making history by registering around 4 million pre-order for both phones worldwide so far within 3 days of its opening. People are very much crazy about these phones and if you are also seduced by this dream phone, you may find it at best value in Australia.
If you are a budget conscious customer they obviously, you will prefer iPhone 6 (16GB) and let us see which carrier is offering this phone bundled with its best value plan under contract of 24 months.
Telstra : You can get iPhone 6 (16GB) for a minimum of $77 per month which consist of $22 for device plus plan charges of $55 for M Plan. The $55 M Plan offers voice calls worth of $550, unlimited text and 500MB of data over 24 months. Those who upgrade will get extra 500MB data so total of 1GB of data and extra voice calls worth $500 making total voice calls worth $1050.
Optus: You can get iPhone 6 (16GB) for a minimum of $60 per month which consists of the $35 MyPlan and $25 for device. The $35 plan offers you 300 standard minutes of calls, unlimited SMS and MMS, and 500MB of data over 24 months.
Vodafone is offering iPhone 6 (16GB) for a minimum of $74 per month which includes $4 for device and $70 for its Red Plan. The Red Plan $70 offers unlimited national calls, texts, international texts and 300 international minutes plus 3GB of data over 24 months.
Virgin Mobile offers iPhone 6 (16GB) for a minimum of $55 per month which consists of $30 plan and $25 for device. The $30 plan offers $300 worth of standard calls and texts and 300MB included over 24 months (a special iPhone launch offer will see you get an extra 2GB of bonus data when you switch networks).
From above it is clear that you can get the best deal, cheapest plan at Virgin Mobile, which is great because Virgin Mobile run on Optus’ powerful 4G network. Vodafone may be charging $74 but it offers you maximum data allowance.
Category: World Telecom