After a week of dodging questions about the pricing of its new flagship smartphone, the HTC HD7, Telstra has announced it is available for $17 per month on a 24-month $59 plan.
The phone is available from today and comes with two new plans for consumers and business.
At the launch of the HD7 in Sydney last week, Telstra announced the upfront price of $768.
For consumers, HD7 can be purchased on Telstra’s new Freedom Connect Plans including on the $59 Freedom Connect Plan with a mobile repayment option of $17 per month, after using an included MRO Bonus (for eligible customers), for 24 months.
The minimum cost is $1824 and includes $550 worth of eligible calls, unlimited standard national text and 1.5GB of data to use in Australia.
For business customers, the HTC HD7 for $0 upfront on a new Telstra Business Mobile Maximiser $79 Plan over 24 months (min cost is $1896).
This plan includes $800 worth of standard national calls and messages and 2GB of data to use in Australia.
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