Banger iPhone 11 deal: score one for just AU$420 at Optus

The back of the iPhone 11 showing its two cameras
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It's no secret that the best phones in Australia come with a hefty price tag, but if you're not deadset on having the latest flagship, you can save an absolute mint buying one from a year or two ago.

This Optus deal nets you the incredible iPhone 11 in its 64GB configuration for just AU$418.32, which is more than 50% off its (already reduced) price of AU$848.88. The larger 128GB model is also discounted to AU$498.24, down from AU$928.80.

When it launched, we praised the iPhone 11 flagship for its excellent value, solid performance with its A13 Bionic chipset, improved camera capabilities and awesome battery life, and now it's even better value.

In order to score this deal, you'll need to sign up with an Optus month-to-month plan alongside the monthly phone repayments, but thankfully there's some great value in these offerings.

iPhone 11 (64GB) | 20GB data | AU$62.43p/m

iPhone 11 (64GB) | 20GB data | AU$62.43p/m

For most Aussies, 20GB of data will comfortably cover your monthly needs, and if you do happen to go over, instead of being charged extra, you'll just get capped at 1.5Mbps. If the 20GB of data isn't enough for you, you can upgrade to the 80GB data plan for just AU$10 extra per month.

Total cost over 24 months is AU$1,498.32

The above plan is the cheapest way to getting your discounted 64GB iPhone 11 handset, but see below for the other plan options, or visit Optus if you'd like the larger 128GB storage option.

If you're definitely chasing an Apple flagship but the iPhone 11 isn't recent enough for you, check out the best iPhone 13 plans in Australia for the latest and greatest deals.

Harry Domanski
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