This doesn't mean that carriers won't still have plenty of stock left to get rid of, and we're anticipating they'll want to do so at reduced prices (helping you out with a handset that would otherwise be very expensive).
If you're looking to see why it's so expensive, you can check out our iPhone X review for more details on its sleek specs, but if you're trying to save some dollars by scoring it in a plan, look no further.
We've painstakingly compared all the plans from the major providers that'll net you the Apple flagship. There's something for everyone, whether you're looking for massive data, a penny-pincher of a plan, or the best all-rounder, we've got it here for you.
It's worth noting that, while there are very few iPhone X plans available right now, it just so happens that one of the most affordable plans also offers up the most data and is the best overall value by far.
Editor's Choice: The best iPhone X plan
Optus is the place to go for your value plans with the iPhone X right now. Alongside a stupendous 200GB of data, you'll also be able to get data-free Mobile TV and music streaming on certain services, unlimited international calls and text, a free pair of Beats Solo3 wireless headphones, 4GB of roaming data, and all for a lower price than the cheapest Telstra plan. Total cost over 24 months is $2,550