Monday , September 24 2018 Ausdroid » News » Carriers » It’s Ok Telstra fans, they’ll be carrying the LG G5 too

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Telstra were quick off the mark this morning, advising they would be carrying the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge on their network, but the other super phone announced last night, the modular LG G5 was absent from their announcement. They’ve followed up advising they will be offering LG’s latest high-end phone on their network as well.

In their Telstra Exchange post, Telstra hasn’t given a date for the launch, simply stating ‘LG has unveiled the LG G5 and It’ll be hitting our stores soon‘. Telstra customers who’ve been around long enough will be aware of their Keep Informed website that lets you register your interest in particular brands of phones, and you can now enter your details by heading there.

If you want more details on LG’s launch from last night, you can check out our coverage of the phone launch here, or check out the LG Product demo video:

Source: Telstra Exchange Blog.

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