Telstra prices Nokia's Lumia 925

Telstra has announced pricing and plan details for Nokia's new Lumia 925 smartphone

Telstra has announced pricing and plan details for Nokia's new Lumia 925 smartphone, which goes on sale from Tuesday, 30 July.

The Nokia Lumia 925.
The Nokia Lumia 925.

Read our preview of the Nokia Lumia 925 here

Australia's number one telco revealed today that the Lumia 925 will be available for $6 per month on Telstra's $60 Every Day Connect plan, a total of $66 per month over 24 months.

The $60 plan includes $600 worth of calls and MMS messages, unlimited SMS messages and 1GB of data per month.

The phone is also available on Telstra's $80, $100 and $130 Every Day Connect plans with no monthly handset repayment required.

Telstra's director of device management, Andrew Vollard, outlined the Lumia 925 pricing on the company's exchange blog.

"With the Australian launch of the Nokia Lumia 925 announced today, it's fair to say that phones have come a long way since the year 2000 when the Nokia 3310 was launched and Aussies became addicted to Snake and excited by monotone ringtones."

"The Nokia Lumia 925 -- which features a metal body for improved robustness and a slimmer build than its predecessor, the Nokia Lumia 920 -- will be available at Telstra stores from Tuesday 30 July."

Telstra will also sell the Lumia 925 outright for $624, a saving of $75 over Nokia's official recommended retail price of $699.

Nokia announced the Australian launch of the Lumia 925 earlier this week. In addition to Telstra, the Windows Phone 8 device will be available through Optus from Thursday, 1 August.

The phone will also be sold through retailers Allphones, Dick Smith, JB Hi-Fi, Harvey Norman, Network Communications, Fone Zone and Leading Edge from Wednesday, 17 July.

What do you think of Telstra's pricing for the Nokia Lumia 925? Just right? Too expensive? Let us know in the comments below!

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