Telstra and Telstra Plus subscribers will be able to get the cord-free phone for just $49.99 in the coming weeks.
Telstra’s deal is for two months from now, and while that’s an affordable price, there’s still plenty of time to save money.
Telstra will offer the phone free of charge on a three-month trial, but if you don’t get the phone before the trial ends, you’ll need to buy it at a $79.99 price tag, according to Telstra.
Telstra’s cord-less phone was introduced to Australia in July 2016, but it’s only been available to existing customers since then.
While Telstra has been touting its new wireless service as a replacement for the phone, its own wireless service isn’t yet available.
Telesephone is offering the cordless phone for $79, while Telstra does not offer any wireless service.
Telesephone’s free phone number lookup service is currently available on Telstra phones, but this will be extended to other phones as well.
TELUS’ BILLING POLICY Telstra customers can pay $99 for a new Telstra phone.
However, the phone will only be available to Telesephones, not Telstra PLUS customers.
Telesat customers can now choose to pay $79 per month, instead of $99, for a Telstra-branded phone.
TELSILE’S PROMOTIONAL PAYMENT POLICIES Telstra is offering its customers a promotion for a free Telstra mobile phone, called a Teleseophone Phone.
Telesaophones are free for Telstra plus customers.
For a Telesaophone Phone, Telstra will pay Telesaopoedia, a non-profit that provides support and advice for people with disability, and provide a $1,000 voucher for a customer to use in the telesephone shopping cart.
Telesat has also started selling free phone calls through the TelesePhone app for people who do not have a Telesphone.
There’s no way to buy the cord free phone without paying for it.
It’s unclear how many Teleseophones Telstra plans to sell, or if customers will be eligible for a discount.
Telessephones are also available on Apple and Android phones, with no sign of any availability for the iPhone or Android phones.
The cord free telephone was originally launched in Australia in March 2016.