Compare Android phone plans

After a fresh new Android phone either as an outright purchase or on contract? Here is what you need to know to find the right plan for your Android handset..

The vast majority of smartphones released in Australia these days run Google's Android operating system. While manufacturers often take the opportunity to add their own embellishments to the user interface, the fact remains that Android is the dominant OS when it comes to Australian smartphones.

The other player in the market is Apple's iOS, which is exclusively available on Apple's family of iPhones, from the iPhone 7 to the iPhone SE. Apple isn't the only company marries the software to the hardware though, with Google creating flagship Android phones like the Pixel XL.

Because there are so many Android devices to choose from, choosing the best Android phone plan for your needs can be a difficult decision. To help you decide, we've preselected four of the top rated Android phones we're tested for our mobile phone reviews. If these phones aren't to your liking, you can modify the results to change the device selection and see all the plans offering that phone from a comprehensive list of Australian mobile providers.

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