Optus Announces iPhone 4 Plans With $49, $59, $79 and $89 Per Month

Written By Sam on 28 July 2010
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Telco Optus, Australian leader in integrated telecommunications that delivering cutting-edge communications, information technology and entertainment services has now launched four new data plans for iPhone 4. Most of the plans of Optus offer a free iPhone 4 including the 3GS 8GB, however to get an iPhone 4 16GB or 32GB through $49 plan might cost $8 and $15 per month, respectively and 32GB iPhone 4 on the $59 plan will cost an extra $10 per month.

Ranging from a price of $49, $59, $79 and $89 respectively, these voice and data packages would be monthly based. Including call and SMS values ($450, $550, $800 and unlimited), each plans allows data up to 1GB, 2GB, 2GB and 3GB respectively. Charging $8 per month over the life for two year contract of 16GB iPhone 4, or $15 per month for the 32GB iPhone 4, the $ 49 per month plan offers a 1 GB data with $450 of talk and text along with an 8GB iPhone 3GS for no upfront cost. Whereas the $59 per month plan offers 2GB of data with $550 of talk and text, charging $10 per month in order to stump up the 32GB iPhone 4.

The $79 plan and $89 plan offers 2GB and 3 GB of data respectively. $ 79 plan includes a motormouth-friendly $800 of talk and text wherein the $ 89 plan offers an unlimited national calls and texts functionalities. These compelling plans are now available for activation and can be availed from the Optus official website.

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