+ Monday December 16th, 2019

So it has come to our attention that Vodafone will be putting the soon-to-be-released Motorola Milestone 2 on their new infinite caps as well as their older standard caps, at the following rates.

  • $45 Infinite + $15
  • $65 Infinite + $5
  • $85 Infinite
  • $59/cap

Not too bad for a device that is meant to change the way we think about the original Milestone. We currently have no word on Optus pricing, though it can’t be all too different from that of the Vodafone pricing above. The Milestone 2 is expected to launch some time in December.

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Piers
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http://www.optus.builtforbusiness.com.au/blog/news_motorola_milestone_2_smartphone_is_now_available_from_optus_business

Irritatingly, the Milestone 2 is listed as available (with little fanfare) for Optus Business but no news for the personal side of things.
Even though Optus’s twitter customer service has assured me twice that I would be notified of any news on the Milestone 2.

Rhys
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Rhys

FYI Ausdroid your contacts page is broken. This phone is now available on the vodafone website! look under new phones.

melon
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melon

Wait guys….fairly sure if your on Telstra you don’t get unlimited calls and texts for 45 bucks…what’s wrong with just paying a bit extra for the phone???

greviousmcg
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Are they promoting it yet over there in Australia? It just seems that any threads I go about this phone in any other forums are pretty quiet. It doesn’t seem to have the same hype as the Desire HD.

nobodyatwp
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expensive.

Vodafone are becoming the new telstra

nobodyatwp
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yeh telstra are definitely getting better, but still have a loooong way to go.

Spawn
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Spawn

Would love the Droid X in Australia…for me physical keyboards are meh
are they releasing a GSM version of it called Droid Pro Global or something like that?

Dylan
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Dylan

thats verizon exclusive

Ryan
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Ryan

Very good news. Unfortunately I’m still in love with my Nexus One 🙂

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