Telstra lines up cheap iPhones and more for Christmas

Alex Kidman 17 December 2015

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Telstra’s Christmas deals include a bargain iPhone 5s offering as well as discounts on wearables and contract plans.

There’s not long to go before Christmas is upon us, which means that there’s intense competition between retailers for your festive spending dollar.

Telstra’s run of Christmas deals covers a wide range of mobile deals, but there are a few real standout offerings worth consideration.

It’s by now a much older iPhone, but iPhone bargains are still few and far between, and if you’re not keen on the larger size of the new iPhone 6s or 6s Plus, the outright asking price of $499 for the iPhone 5s 16GB is a solid buy; by way of comparison Apple’s current outright price for the same handset is $749 outright. Telstra's deal on the iPhone 5s comes with a $30 SIM kit included, along with 5GB of data to use with it.

If you’re keen on wearables, Telstra’s cutting a hefty 25% off its entire range of wearable devices, including the Huawei Talkband B2 and the FitBit Surge.

Finally, Telstra’s also sweetening the pot for its 12 or 24 month Go Mobile plans with $240 off an additional handset of your choice when starting or reconnecting with a new contract before 25 December.

Here is the current rundown of Telstra’s Mobile plans for you to compare:

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