Telstra iPhone X plans and pricing compared October 2018

Telstra's pricing for the iPhone X plans starts at $112 per month.

Apple's biggest update to its smartphone family in years, the iPhone X has been hugely popular both in Australia and around the world. Telstra's plans offering the new Apple flagship match the phone's premium price tag, with plans starting at $102/month.

Telstra offers both the 64GB and 256GB iPhone X handsets, and as it does with other recent handsets, including the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and the Telstra-exclusive Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, it's selling its plans on the speed and reliability of its network.

Should you buy the iPhone X?

Opting for larger plans will not only give you extra data each month. Telstra has bundled Foxtel Now subscriptions with a number of its iPhone X plans, and some of the more premium plans also bundle in both international calls and global roaming allowances.

All iPhone X plans come with access to the Telstra Air national Wi-Fi network, and data-free Apple Music streaming, as well as a six month trial of the music streaming service.

Sports fans will also appreciate the included AFL, NRL and Netball Australia bundled streaming, offering live streaming of every match via Telstra's mobile apps, all streamed without counting towards your monthly data allowance.

Telstra also supplies the iPhone X on lease terms under its Go Mobile Swap plans, with a small discount per month on the plan cost for doing so.

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