A lot of the hype that normally comes with the Plus-sized releases has been stifled when it comes to the poor iPhone 8 Plus. Being announced in the shadow of the larger and, frankly, more impressive iPhone X may well hurt its reputation, and the recent news about the iPhone XS and iPhone XR range has all but quenched its hopes.
That said, there's a valuable role that the iPhone 8 Plus plays, particularly considering that the price sits at the midpoint between its smaller iPhone 8 brethren and the oversized 10th anniversary edition handset. For more detailed info, check out our iPhone 8 Plus hands-on review.
So if it's more expensive than the iPhone 8, but less pricey than the iPhone X, how much exactly will the Plus-sized flagship set you back? Read on to see the best plans with all the major carriers, whether you're after big data, best budget option, or just the best overall value.
The best iPhone 8 Plus plans
Regardless, below are the best deals you can get on the 64GB model.
Optus has a sweet deal that balances out the best of the budget and top-tier realms, but also manages to offer it up for one of the lowest prices going right now. Your 20GB of data will go further with the data-free music streaming as well as Optus' other included extras. Total cost over 24 months is $2,040
Optus have the crown for ridiculously good value when it comes to big data – 200GB for $110 a month. This is almost half of what Telstra is asking for its unlimited plan ($199). You'll get 2GB of roaming data, unlimited international calls and texts, and all the included Optus extras like Optus Sport and National Geographic subscriptions. Total cost over 24 months is $2,640