Google unveiled its Pixel smartphone range this week and the company has struck up an exclusive telco arrangement with Telstra to sell the handsets on mobile plans. Let’s face it: making a phone carrier exclusive is going to rub a lot of people the wrong way and the phone is pricey to buy outright. If you’re still interested in getting the Google Pixel or the Pixel XL with Telstra, here’s a breakdown of all the plans the phones will be available on.
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Google Pixel XL will be Telstra exclusive with call and text plans revealed by the mobile carrier.
Google’s latest, best and most carefully curated phone ever launches in Australia on October 20, and if you want to buy it on a contract there’s only one place to go: Telstra. Australia’s number one telco is the exclusive carrier pa...