Thursday , March 23 2017

Pre-orders for the Sony Xperia Z1 go live on Telstra

Xperia Z1 Telstra
For those who’ve been waiting patiently, it appears that Pre-orders for the Sony Xperia Z1 are now live on the Telstra website. Due to launch on October 15th, Telstra are giving a pre-order bonus to customers who sign-up before the October 15th launch in the form of a free Bluetooth headset valued at $199.95 while stocks last.

The Xperia Z1 is available in either Black or Purple on a 24 month contract for $69 per month with no handset repayments, the plan includes $600 worth of calls and MMS as well as unlimited texts and 1GB of data, for a total of $1656. There are higher end plans with more included calls, data and MMS.

Head on over to the Xperia Z1 pre-order page on the Telstra Website to check out the other plans on offer and make sure to pre-order so that you receive your bonus Bluetooth headset.

 
Source: Telstra.
Thanks: Brent.

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  • Melbourne victory

    Just ordered one of these beauties. In black. Not in yuk purple!

  • Brent

    About time 🙂 Pre-ordered last night. But I’ll be getting the Purple 😛

  • Wayne

    Getting mine too with Bluetooth headphones for what’s its worth. I agree purple is nasty. Black it is. Can’t wait to check out this beast

  • Ben Bootsma

    Black one ordered. A couple of online reviews of these headphones suggest they’ll be pretty good.

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