The HTC One X is a hotly anticipated device, second only to that other Samsung phone, and now you can order it from Vodafone if they’re your carrier of choice. It’s available right now for pre-order online, or you can wait until Tuesday and purchase it in one of Vodafone’s stores. The One X is available for $0 upfront on Vodafone’s $59 cap over two years — 1.5GB of data and infinite calls and text included. Will you be getting one?
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If you’re a fan of Optus and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, you’ll be happy to know the two are now available as one — a beautiful partnership, I know. You can grab yourself a 16GB 3G model from Optus on their Optus Tablet Plans — if you want it for free you’re going to have to fork out $49 a month. The $49 plan comes with 4GB of mobile data which is more than enough for each month of use. If this deal and the many more offered by Optus tickle your fancy, then head over to the source[Read More...]
Now that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is legally allowed to be sold in Australia thanks to the High Court ruling, Vodafone is wasting no time in getting stock out the door. They’re taking online orders right now and if you get in before the 16th of December you’ll get it delivered before Christmas — this being the main reason why Vodafone is pushing it now. It has been almost 6 months since we originally found out that Vodafone were to stock the Galaxy Tab 10.1, however, Apple had to come and ruin postpone the party. Pricing for the Galaxy[Read More...]
MobiCity have told our own Daniel Tyson via Twitter that they’re expecting their first batch of Samsung Galaxy Nexus stock to be available on the 23rd of this month — this Wednesday — followed by a second batch on the 29th. If you preordered your Galaxy Nexus early from the folk at MobiCity you’ll receive yours in the first and second batches and new orders being fulfilled after the backlog of preorders has been dealt with. The Galaxy Nexus is going for $799 which is on par with Kogan, however, MobiCity are throwing in 24 months of warranty to sweeten[Read More...]
The last two members of the HTC Sensation family, the Sensation XE (left) and Sensation XL (right), are now available for purchase from Vodafone starting today. The Sensation XE is a pumped up version of the original Sensation with a new 1.5GHz Dual-Core CPU and full Beats Audio integration including a free pair of urBeats™ worth a hefty $149. If you’re up for getting a Sensation XE on Vodafone’s 24 month caps you’ll get it for free on their $59 cap, or free on their $85 Infinite Plan. The Sensation XL is a massive 4.7-inch beast with a shitty WVGA[Read More...]
For those of you who have been hanging out to get your hands on the Motorola RAZR to ‘try before you buy’, that time has come! Optus now have the RAZR in stores for you to play with and purchase if so desire. If you haven’t yet read our review of the RAZR we highly recommend you do before you jump in. Here’s the plans you can get the RAZR on: $19 $29 $49 $59 $79 Repayments $17 $14 $7 $0 $0 Cost /mo $36/mo $43/mo $56/mo $59/mo $79/mo Credit $70 $180 $550 $750 $900 Data 100MB 200MB 1.5GB[Read More...]
We’ve finally got confirmation of the in-store release dates for the HTC EVO 3D on both Vodafone and Telstra. The former (Voda) being this Wednesday, the 14th of September, and the latter (Telstra) being next Tuesday, the 20th of September. Basic pricing from Vodafone is $5/mo on their $65 Infinite Plan — Telstra will be offering it for $23/mo on their $59 Freedom Connect Plan. No confirmed date for in-store release on Crazy John’s.
HTC’s first 3D device is now available for purchase via Telstra’s online store. The EVO 3D is being pushed by Telstra on their $59 Freedom Connect Plan which also adds an extra $23 (after MRO bonus) a month to pay off the device — or you can purchase outright for $912 ($113 more than MobiCity </plug>). Telstra have made no comment as to when the devices will be available in stores, however, it can only be a few days away depending on store location. The EVO 3D is also coming to Vodafone in the next week or so, with more[Read More...]
Irwin has already touched on the news that Myer would be stocking the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, however, at the time of posting that article he wasn’t aware of the pricing for the devices. Now I am, thanks to the junk mail Myer catalogue I received in the mail. From what I can tell from the catalogue, Myer will be selling three variants of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 starting September 1st. Each Galaxy Tab 10.1 will come with a ‘bonus tablet sleeve‘, whatever that may mean. If it’s neoprene then that’s awesome, and it’s already known that Myer sell neoprene[Read More...]
Sony Ericsson has been struck down by a lot of delayed launches this year, but that hasn’t stopped them from pushing out the Xperia Arc to Optus and Vodafone; Xperia Play to Telstra, Virgin and Optus; and now the Xperia Neo is headed to Telstra as well, on the 26th of this month for $0 on their $59 Freedom Connect Plan. I had a play around with the Neo a month or two ago and can best describe it as the Arc cross with the Play. It’s thinner and smaller than the Play, like that Arc, however it has the[Read More...]
It’s been a long time coming for the Pyramid/Sensation hasn’t it? Here’s the timeline of how this all unfolded: March 16 – Spotted on Telstra’s Internal System March 17 – We hear HTC will do a revamp with Dual-Core mid-year May 18 – We hear the Sensation, Wildfire S and Desire S will come to Telstra (they all did, by the way) June 24 – We spot the HTC Sensation on Telstra’s Expressions of Interest page before it disappears June 27 – Telstra begin teasing an announcement for the Sensation June 29 – We’re leaked the release date and pricing[Read More...]
Pricing: We haven’t heard a word on pricing just yet. Big T might be working out how to better price the SGSII alongside the Sensation. Yay for the Rumour Mill which is currently pumping out enough rumours to power a small town, or at least my tech-filled house. What we’ve got here is a tidbit that suggests Telstra will make the Galaxy S II available on July 16th, which is just under 3 weeks from today and just over 2 weeks from when they’ll announce availability on Thursday. The phrase ‘make available‘ is fairly ambiguous though. We’re thinking that maybe[Read More...]
Optus’ reign of the Samsung Galaxy S II is now over now that Vodafone have just announced via Twitter that their stores are now stocking the Galaxy S II. You can snap up a Galaxy S II on Vodafone’s $45 infinite cap with $10/mo repayments or $0 upfront on any Infinite cap above $45. We highly recommend the Galaxy S II, no matter which carrier you choose, actually I prefer outright so I don’t deal with carriers. You should certainly check out our Galaxy S II review though.