Leaked Telstra plan screenshots supplied to 9to5Mac blog.(Credit: 9to5Mac)
While the plans may be a little light on the pocket to be believed, they certainly match the internal Telstra style guide down to the letter, with the company's trusty "Harmony" font employed to spell out the details. I used to work for Telstra, so I ought to know.
Even the orange and blue of the table match Telstra's internal documents, such as price lists and official presentations. They resemble screenshots from training slideshows that should be marked "Telstra in Confidence" in the footer. If that is the case then corporate security won't have to look far to find the hole in the boat.
These images mean one of two things: that Telstra has in fact sprung a leak and that the iPhone 4 plans are going to be cheaper and more competitive than the initial release of its predecessor, the iPhone 3GS, or that a Telstra staff member has far too much time on their hands and gets kicks out of making fake documents.
Either way, despite the denial, there's a fair chance these pictures came from inside the big T.