This page is for the best iPhone 7 plans available this month in Australia, but if you're after the UK page, here's the best iPhone 7 deals in the UK. Whether you're looking for huge data, the best budget option, or simply the best overall value, we're here to help you choose your plan.
iPhone 7 prices have been dropping since the launch of the iPhone 8 and iPhone X , so now is a decent time to buy the previous model, especially considering how little has changed with the latest iteration. On this page we're sussing out the best value plans that will net you the older Apple handset and we'll help you pick which one is right for you.
See also: iPhone 7 review
The best iPhone 7 plans
At the top of our guide, we've gathered three of the best plans across all networks, all of which are chosen purely on their respective values (as we don't manipulate the results for commercial gain). Below that you'll find the top plans from three major carriers; Telstra, Optus and Virgin.
This deal from Optus is the best all-rounder going at the moment, with an impressive 14GB of data for a limited time, and 300 minutes of international calls included per month. You'll also get subscriptions to Optus Sport and National Geographic and data used via qualified music and mobile TV streaming services won't count towards your massive cap. Total cost over 24 months is $2,160
Virgin Mobile has always been the leader when it comes to budget plans, and this is no exception. For only $64 dollary-doos a month, you'll net yourself 2GB of data that rolls over with each month as well as $50 worth of international calls and texts. You can also stream music on Spotify, Google Play Music and iHeartRadio without it counting towards your 2GB cap, which will help make it stretch much further. Total cost over 24 months is $1,536
The larger 256GB model iPhone is out of stock with Optus and Telstra – the two carriers offering decent big data contracts – so if you definitely want the iPhone 7 and massive data you'll have to make do with 128GB. This is still an excellent plan from Optus nonetheless, you'll have a ridiculous 100GB to use in Oz as well as 1.5GB of roaming data when abroad. You'll also get unlimited international calls and roaming talk and text, not to mention the suite of Optus value extras. Total cost over 24 months is $2,880
Best iPhone 7 plan for each carrier
Telstra is currently out of stock of all but the smallest capacity iPhone 7 handset, so they might not be the ones to go with if you're after this model. But if you do, this is the best deal going as it's the cheapest that will get you both unlimited international calls and texts, as well as a free 12-month subscription to a Foxtel Now starter pack. Total cost over 24 months is $2,520
This deal from Optus is the best all-rounder going at the moment, and is thus the best deal at Optus by extension. With an impressive 14GB of data for a limited time, and 300 minutes of international calls included per month, this is truly a doozy. You'll also get subscriptions to Optus Sport and National Geographic and data used via qualified music and mobile TV streaming services won't count towards your massive cap. Total cost over 24 months is $2,160
For a smidge under $100 a month, you can get a primo plan on Virgin Mobile and score yourself the iPhone 256GB model in the process – the handset that isn't available at either Optus or Telstra. You'll get a neat 16GB of data to use and, thanks to data rollover and streaming inclusions, this will go a long way. Total cost over 24 months is $2,376
Vodafone don't have the most competitive plans at the moment, but they do have the benefit of no lock-in contracts. This means that if you get your phone on the $50 Red Data plan (in this case) and you decide to leave after a month, you'll only have to pay off the cost of the phone itself rather than the rest of the plan. You'll get 16GB of data with this plan rather than 14GB if you sign up before December 25, but there are no other included extras.
Total cost over 24 months is $2,150.88View Deal