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Virgin Xperia Z2
After launching earlier this month on Telstra, Optus and Vodafone, the Sony Xperia Z2 has made it’s way to Virgin Mobile.

The latest Sony flagship is available on a range of Virgin Mobile plans from as low as $30 per month (with a $20 per month handset repayment). The default offering for the handset is on the $60 per month plan (with $8 per month handset repayment) which includes the extra 1GB of data per month, which Virgin is including with all their plans until the 29th of June.

If you’re after a purple Xperia Z2 from Virgin, you’ll be sadly disappointed with only black and white(white out of stock now) options appearing on the website; with Telstra appearing to have sewn up the exclusive on the Purple coloured Z2 in Australia.

If you’re interested in the Xperia Z2 on Virgin Mobile, you can check out one of their stores or kiosks, or order online which includes free delivery.

Source: Virgin Mobile.
Thanks: Jason.

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Yet they refuse to stock the Z1 compact. Makes no sense to me.

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