Telstra releases HTC HD7 pricing

The HTC HD7 will be available on all the new Telstra Freedom Connect Plans over 24 months

Telstra has announced the full pricing details for its Windows Phone 7-powered HTC HD7 smartphone, which goes on sale today.

Read our comprehensive HTC HD7 smartphone review and check out our guide to the best Windows Phone 7 mobiles.

The telco revealed at a media launch last week that it will sell the HTC HD7 smartphone outright for $768, but didn't specify what plans it would be available on due to the new 'Freedom Connect' plans, which also launched today.

The HTC HD7 will be available on all the new Freedom Connect Plans over 24 months, as follows:

$49 Freedom Connect Plan with a mobile repayment option of $22 per month
$59 Freedom Connect Plan with a mobile repayment option of $17 per month
$79 Freedom Connect Plan with a mobile repayment option of $12 per month
$99 Freedom Connect Plan with a mobile repayment option of $7 per month
$129 Freedom Connect Plan with a mobile repayment option of $2 per month

The Freedom Connect plans include unlimited SMS messages to any Australian mobile on all cap plans $59 per month and above.

What do you think of Telstra's HTC HD7 pricing? Too expensive? Let us know in the comments below.

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Ross Catanzariti

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2 Comments

Jim G

1

Telstra seem to be kick starting a comeback. My three phone account lost me a lot of work from call drop out, but the big T mobile network is absolutely first class!

christ2

2

Aussie expat living in Singapore, just picked up my HTC HD7 S$465 = AUD$364(given current exchange rate)this is without a plan. So is Telstra expensive?..hmm

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