Monday , May 28 2018

Xperia Arc appears on Optus Business website, expected to go live tomorrow

We’ve just been received a tip stating that Optus Business have launched a webpage for the Xperia Arc, and lo’ and behold there it is. The page is expected to go public tomorrow according to the tip. The site reaffirms the $0 upfront cost on their $79 cap for both average consumers and businesses, with the addition of a $59 cap with $5/mo repayments that includes 2GB of internetz, unlimited voicemail & texts as well as unlimited access to social procrastination sites. Now isn’t that a win. This news and the news of Xperia Arc dummies hitting stores, we just might see a release date in the next day or two.

Source: Optus Business | Xperia Arc.

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David Anderton
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Hey guys I sent you the news a couple of days ago that it will be launching on Virgins $49 easycap plus $5 repayments but still its not up?

Ilija Vrtaric
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Launched @ Telechoice today at $739 outright & unlocked below:

http://www.telechoice.com.au/phones/browse/sony-ericsson/xperia-arc#bundle

Grunger
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Xperia Arc on a business plan?? Isn’t it more of a gaming phone??

Ilija Vrtaric
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I think you’re talking about the Xperia Play, otherwise this is more of high-end current gen Android handset

Grunger
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Grunger

Oh yeah, thanks for clearing that up. I’m getting the phones mixed up. lol.

Ilija Vrtaric
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all good mate! hehe 🙂

ohdenny
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Does anyone know if there is a 49 cap price? Otherwise I’ll just have to wait for Virgin to release it.

Scott
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Nice price. Surprising tbh. Have already recommended it to one mate.

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