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Optus and Vodafone now offering the Google Pixel 4 at half price

Posted: 5 April 2020 2:20 pm
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We compare the two offerings and which plans they're available on.

One of the biggest flagship phones on the market has just had its price slashed by two of the biggest mobile providers out there. The Google Pixel 4 was released just six months ago, but already it's selling for a huge 50% off on the Optus and Vodafone stores.

The Pixel 4 is a great device, with top-of-class cameras, clever software and AI features, and a brilliant 5.7-inch display. It's surprising that it's available at such an aggressive discount so soon after release, but hey, we aren't complaining. With the Samsung S20 Ultra coming out and the never-ending generations of iPhones, it's certainly becoming more difficult to stand out in the smartphone market.

Both Optus and Vodafone are offering the Google Pixel 4 at a total cost of $524 when paired with a plan. The phone usually goes for $1,048, so it's an absolute bargain for those wanting an excellent device on a repayment plan. You can pay it off over 12, 24 or 36 months with Vodafone at the discounted price with a plan of your choice, but Optus only discounts it for its 24- or 36-month repayment periods.

Keep in mind we're talking about the 64GB model of the Pixel 4; the heftier 128GB version is also variously discounted, but not as much as 50% off. Additionally, Optus offers the discount for both black and white colour variants, but Vodafone only has the white model in stock.

We've curated the available plans from both providers with the Pixel 4 below. We've made it easy to compare the data amounts and contract lengths against your budget and needs.

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