iPhone 5 prices: 1GB, 2GB, and 3GB plans with Optus, Telstra, Vodafone, Virgin Mobile compared

iPhone 5 prices: 1GB, 2GB, and 3GB plans with Optus, Telstra, Vodafone, Virgin Mobile compared

Pre-orders for iPhone 5 have begun in Australia - click here to see all the iPhone 5 plan prices currently announced by Telstra, Optus, Vodafone and Virgin Mobile.

[Update 17/9/12: Telstra has announced that has stopped taking pre-orders for the iPhone 5 "for now" as it has run out of stock. Read the article here.]

If you want to pre-order a new iPhone 5 you better get in line, judging by the comments over at the Vodafone site.

The iPhone 5 goes on sale in Australia on September 21, but from today you can put in a pre-order if you want some sort of reassurance you’ll be able to get one around that time.

Today, Telstra, Optus, Vodafone and Virgin Mobile announced the cost of their iPhone 5 plans. While plans as low as $30 are available, if you want 1GB or more of data, you’re looking at paying more than $60 – no surprises there.

So, how much will you pay for 1GB of data and a 16GB iPhone 5?
Telstra: $67 per month (2-year plan)
Optus : $50 per month + $10 handset repayment per month (2-year plan)
Vodafone: $60 per month + $6 handset repayment per month (2-year plan)
Virgin Mobile: $59 per month for 2GB (2-year plan)

How much will you pay for 2GB of data and a 16GB iPhone 5?
Telstra: $100 per month (2-year plan) (+ 1GB bonus per month for first 12 months)
Optus : $89 per month (2-year plan)
Vodafone: $80 per month (2-year plan)
Virgin Mobile: $59 per month for 2GB (2-year plan)

How much will you pay for 3GB of data and a 16GB iPhone 5?
Telstra: $130 per month (2-year plan) (+ 1GB bonus per month for first 12 months)
Optus : $99 per month (2-year plan)
Vodafone: $100 per month (2-year plan)
Virgin Mobile: $65 per month (2-year plan)

Here are the links to Telstra iPhone 5 plans, Optus iPhone 5 plans, Vodafone iPhone 5 handset repayments and plans and Virgin Mobile iPhone 5 plans.

And for your reference: here are the rest of the plans from each provider:

 

Here are the Telstra iPhone 5 plans 

 

 

 

 

Here are the Optus iPhone 5 plans - (16GB model)

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Here are the Optus iPhone 5 plans - (32GB model)

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Here are the Optus iPhone 5 plans - (64GB model)

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Here are the Vodafone iPhone 5 handset repayments

Here are the Vodafone phone plans - Part 1

Here are the Vodafone phone plans - Part 2

 

 

 

Here are the Virgin Mobile iPhone 5 plans

 

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