Optus, Telstra and Virgin Mobile have opened up pre-orders for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus and also released its plans and pricing for Apple’s new devices which go on sale on September 16.
Apart from offering competitive plans and data allowances, Optus have also sweetened the deals with the ability to stream music and TV shows data free on selected plans.
Also included on plans that cost $65 and above are international minutes as well as unlimited standard national calls and texts.
Both new and existing customers can also receive up to $400 credit toward their new iPhone when they trade in their old device.
Optus plans for the iPhone 7 start at $68 a month for the 32GB iPhone 7 ($40 plan and $28 handset fee) with 1GB of date.
The iPhone 7 Plus starts at $75 a month for the 32GB iPhone 7 Plus ($40 plan and $35 handset fee) with 1GB of data.
You can view the Optus plans here.
Over at Telstra, the sweeteners for customers, apart from the fastest 4G network, are boosted data allowances on selected plans, a free 12-month Apple Music subscription that can be enjoyed data free and free three-month subscription to Netflix, Stan and Presto.
Telstra customers also get free access to the NRL or AFL season passes data free.
The cheapest iPhone 7 from Telstra will be $85 a month while the iPhone 7 Plus starts at $95 a month with 1GB of data.
You can view the Telstra plans here.
Plans from Virgin Mobile, which uses the Optus network, start with the iPhone 7 32GB at $62 per month ($30 plan and $32 handset fee) with 300MB data while the iPhone 7 Plus 32GB starts at $70 a month ($30 plan and $40 handset fee).
On selected plans Virgin Mobile customers will also be able to stream music from Spotify, Pandora, iHeartRadio and Google Play data free.
You can see all of the Virgin Mobile plans here.