With its glossy black finish and storage options up to a huge 256GB, we understand why you want to get your hands on a new iPhone 7. And if you're like two-thirds of Australian phone owners, you probably want to buy your new phone through either Telstra or Optus.
But who has the better deal?
We'll start by taking a look at the plan prices for 32GB iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus handsets, and then dig a bit deeper into some of the bonuses included in these plans, like included music and video streaming offers.
But how about the extras?
For many, choosing an iPhone plan is all about network, price and the included data. But both Telstra and Optus offer some compelling content bonuses.
|3 months subscription to Netflix, Stan and Presto||Free video streaming on Netflix and Presto|
|3 free movie rentals through Bigpond Movies||Free music streaming through Spotify, Google Play, I Heart Radio and Pandora|
|6 or 12 month subscription to Apple Music||Free EPL subscription for the life of the plan|
|AFL and NRL Football Season Pass|
Trade in offers
If you own a smartphone already, you might find that there is even more value in these plans when you factor in a trade-in on your current phone. Just remember: the phone you want to trade in has to be in good, working order.
|$400 for an iPhone 6||From $300 for iPhone 6 models|
|Variable trade-in amounts for all other smartphones||Variable trade-in amounts for all other smartphones|