Next week's launch of the iPhone 3G will also bring the debut of the iPhone in the land down under.
Apple has revealed that it will be teaming up with Aussie telco firm Telstra to launch the new iPhone on the only country that's also a continent. The guys over at Gizmodo Australia will be pumped, no doubt.
Telstra will be selling the iPhone models for $279 and $399 if you sign up for their $30 monthly Next G package. However, you can get it for free if you spring for the $80 or $100 monthly plans.
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