After weeks of speculation and a fairly convincing leak, Telstra has finally released its official iPhone 4 pricing and revealed plans for a midnight launch on 30 July.
Telstra released the details early this morning on its Exchange blog.
A 24-month AU$49 cap plan (including AU$400 per month worth of call and text and 200MB data) gets you an iPhone 3GS 8GB for $0, an iPhone 4 16GB for AU$149 or an iPhone 4 32GB for AU$299 upfront.
If you take out a 24-month AU$79 cap plan (including AU$750 per month worth of call and text and 500MB data) you can get an iPhone 3GS 8GB or a 16GB iPhone 4 for $0 upfront. The iPhone 4 32GB clocks in at AU$199.
On a 24-month AU$99 cap plan (including AU$1000 per month worth of call and text and 500MB data) you can get any of the phones for $0 upfront.
The big T also told readers in the blog post that it would hold a midnight release at several of its flagship stores. A full list of midnight launch stores is available here (PDF).
9to5 Mac blog released an alleged leak of Telstra iPhone 4 plans several weeks ago.
Telstra posted a hasty denial urging customers to wait for the official launch.
While the leak at the time looked credible, the official plans released by Telstra today have gone even cheaper.
This comes after Telstra dramatically dropped the price of its BigPond broadband offerings yesterday, annoying other service providers.