Google Pixel 3 will be available from Telstra, Optus and Vodafone in Australia

Alex Kidman 10 October 2018 NEWS

Google's new family of Pixel 3 smartphones will be available from all three network providers in Australia.

Previous generations of Google's Pixel family were exclusives to Telstra, with Google openly stating that it had selected Telstra as its preferred network in Australia. That's an exclusive deal that appears to have run its course, with Google this morning confirming that they'll be available from Telstra, Optus and Vodafone from 1 November 2018.

That should give you a much wider variety of choice when it comes to choosing a plan for your Google Pixel 3 or Google Pixel 3 XL, although as yet we haven't seen any notification of likely plan pricing from any of the carriers.

Google's opened up pre-orders for the new phones through its online store today, so we expect that you won't have to wait long to find out what the carriers will charge either. As always, we'll have all the details here at finder for you to properly compare and get the Pixel 3 plan that suits your needs and budget most closely.

Want to know more about the Google Pixel 3? We've collected everything you need to know here. If you prefer your phones on the larger side, you can find out everything about the Pixel 3 XL here.

For all of the coverage of Google's Pixel 3 "Made By Google" event, check out all our news, comparisons and analysis at our dedicated Pixel 3 news hub here.

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