Sunday , October 22 2017

Optus might be lowering Xperia X10 from $79 cap to $49 cap with no upfront cost

Take this with a grain of salt, but a reader has sent in that he went into his local Optus shop to check out getting a new phone on a plan, and Optus’s internal computers listed the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 as $0 upfront on the $49 ‘yes’ Social Cap. That’s $30 less than the original plan & competitors.

Let’s hope this hits the Optus site ASAP!

 

Buzz Moody  

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Valued Guest

This is confirmed and live on the optus site

Dean
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Dean

My girlfriend is now on this plan, s it is real. Apparently it might change at the end of the month though

Jake
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Jake

It also comes with a free Sony PSP, if a store has stock :).

Valued Guest

really that pretty sweet

Valued Guest

those bastards! oh and in other news Nuvifone A50 is out next month on $49

http://www.gizmodo.com.au/2010/07/garmin-asus-nuvifone-a50-navigating-to-optus-next-month/

Buzz Moody
Valued Guest

Goodness that’s ugly.. *writes up post*

Valued Guest

looking even further the Desire is $730, the nexus1 is $850 and the Galaxy S is $840 and all of these phones can be purchased for 0 on a $49 cap through various providers…

Buzz Moody
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And Telstra is having a field day selling the X10 for $1080

Valued Guest

It wouldn’t surprise me, that is actually what the phone should have cost from the beginning. Considering you can get the X10 outright for $630 which is roughly the same price as the Milestone which came out for $0 on a 49 cap.

JOHNNY
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JOHNNY

HI, chaos dave,Could you tell me where can I got X10 by $630? I want buy a outright X10 (white).tanks, my mail is : [email protected]

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