Telstra Australian iPhone XS plan pricing

Telstra has a range of contract plans available for the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max.

Telstra has been offering both the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max on contract terms since the phones were made available on 21 September 2018. If you're looking for a way to avoid the high outright purchase price, paying the phone off over a 24 month period on a phone plan is an option worth considering.

Here's the full details of Telstra's plan pricing for you to compare:

Keen to find out more about the Apple iPhone XS? Read our complete guide to the iPhone XS here. If the larger iPhone XS Max is more your style, our full iPhone XS Max guide can be found here.

For all the news from Apple's 2018 iPhone XS launch, visit our Apple News hub.

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Alex Kidman

Alex Kidman is the tech and telco editor at Finder. He's written about technology for more than 20 years and makes regular TV and radio appearances to discuss tech issues across the nation. His previous roles include editor for Gizmodo Australia, editor for PC Magazine Australia, editor at CNET Australia and reviews editor at Australian Personal Computer. In addition, he's written for numerous publications including the Australian Financial Review, the Sydney Morning Herald, the Courier Mail, ZDNet Australia, PC World, Good Gear Guide, Macworld Australia, GameSpot, Kotaku and many more. Alex has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of New England and a serious passion for retro gaming.

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