Optus unveils iPhone 6 Plus plans but holds back from pre-orders
Optus has released its iPhone 6 Plus plans after holding it back from pre-orders so customers interested in the new larger device have to wait till launch.
Optus says stock is limited so the iPhone 6 Plus, with a 5.5-inch screen – will only be made available to customers from 8am Friday.
iPhone 6 – the 4.7-inch device – was offered by Optus as a pre-order from last Friday with pre-order stock already exhausted.
Today Optus has released its pricing for the iPhone 6 Plus with plans starting at $65 a month for the 16GB model with 300 minutes of calls, unlimited SMS and 500MB data all the way up to $111 a month for the 128GB model with unlimited calls, unlimited SMS and 8GB data.
Optus is offering 2GB of bonus data on the higher end plans till November 2 which will then remain as part of the plan for the life of the two-year contract.