Best tech bargains of the week: October 16

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LG Xenon (GR500f) mobile phone



A Telstra phone in our tech bargains of the week!? No, we haven't gone mad. While LG's Xenon, exclusive to Telstra's Next G network, isn't great value when compared to offers from rival networks, none of the other telcos boast the quality and coverage of Telstra. Targeted at teenagers who aren't willing to pay through the roof for a fully fledged smartphone yet still want mobile Internet access, the LG Xenon has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and a range of shortcut keys for messaging applications. You can pick it up for $0 on a $57 Telstra plan over 24 months. This offer combines a $40 phone plan, a $10 browsing pack (150MB) and a $7 MyEmail subscription.

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