Telstra rolls out its Huawei P30 Pro plans

Posted: 27 March 2019 9:18 am News

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If you're looking to grab Huawei's new high-end smartphone on Australia's largest mobile network, Telstra has plenty to offer.

With Huawei revealing its latest foray into the premium smartphone market at its Paris press event this week, you might be wondering what your options are for grabbing the Huawei P30 Pro on contract. Well, wonder no more, as Telstra has unveiled a slew of fixed-term plans for the Huawei P30 Pro ranging from basic data-light options up to its all-you-can-eat Ultimate plan.

In advance of the P30 Pro's launch on 16 April, Telstra is throwing in a free Sonos One speaker with all pre-orders made prior to 15 April 2019. The Sonos One retails for $299, so it's a pretty nice bonus to bundle in.

To compare all Telstra's Huawei P30 Pro plans, check out the table below:

Plan and Device Monthly plan cost Handset repayment Total monthly cost Data Minimum term Minimum total cost
Telstra S Huawei P30 Pro 256GB $59.00 $45 $104.00 3GB 24 months $2,496.00
Telstra M Huawei P30 Pro 256GB $79.00 $35 $114.00 10GB + 10GB bonus 24 months $2,736.00
Telstra L Huawei P30 Pro 256GB $99.00 $20 $119.00 30GB + 20GB bonus 24 months $2,856.00
Telstra XL Huawei P30 Pro 256GB $119.00 $10 $129.00 60GB + 100GB bonus 24 months $3,096.00
Telstra Ultimate Huawei P30 Pro 256GB $199.00 $0 $199.00 Unlimited 24 months $4,776.00

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