Apple’s iPhone 7 and 7 Plus may not be the company’s newest (and priciest) flagship devices, but they’re far from obsolete. If you’re looking for an alternative to super-sized phablets, but still want high-end specs and awesome features, the iPhone 7 range may be your perfect match.
The best reason to opt for the 7 over the iPhone 8, iPhone XS or the iPhone 11? The cheaper monthly and outright pricing. You’ll get all of the Apple inclusions you’d expect (the latest iOS, great cameras, water and dust resistance, Touch ID, and a powerful performance), but with a reduced price tag.
iPhone 7 Plans
As this device is now one of the older iPhone models, it can be tricky to find stock available from telcos offering iPhones on a plan.
Telstra iPhone 7 Plans
Telstra no longer has stock of the iPhone 7. If you wish to pick up a different device on a plan, you’ll bundle your phone with the below listed Telstra postpaid plans.
The following table includes the Telstra postpaid phone plans available to bundle with your device, as published on Canstar Blue’s database, listed in order of cost from lowest to highest and then by data allowance, largest to smallest. Use our comparison tool to see plans from a range of providers. This table includes products with links to a referral partner.
Vodafone iPhone 7 Plans
Vodafone no longer stocks the iPhone 7.
The following table includes Vodafone’s SIM-only postpaid plans — plans available to bundle with your device are the same monthly plan cost and data inclusion, but instead offered as a month-to-month plan. These plans are listed in order of cost from lowest to highest and then by data allowance, largest to smallest. Use our comparison tool to see plans from a range of providers. This table includes products with links to a referral partner.
Optus iPhone 7 Plans
Optus no longer has stock of the iPhone 7 available.
The following table shows all published Optus postpaid plans available to bundle with a new phone (excluding your handset costs), listed in order of cost from lowest to highest and then by data allowance, largest to smallest. Use our comparison tool to see plans from a range of providers.
The iPhone 7 Plus
Want something a little bigger? The 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus is no longer available from Optus and Telstra, however, if you’re interested in buying your 7 Plus upfront and pairing it with a SIM-only plan, you might still find stocks available from retailers.
Is an iPhone 7 plan worth it?
The decision to buy the iPhone 7 will likely weigh on how much stock you put in owning the ‘latest and greatest’ devices. There’s no doubt it’s an excellent smartphone, but it’s been almost years since the iPhone 7’s release – so if your preference is the absolute fastest and feature-packed Apple device available, you may be happier with something from the iPhone 11 series.
The iPhone 8 is quite similar to the 7 in terms of specs and inclusions; you’ll get virtually the same 4.7-inch Retina HD display, cameras, and battery life. The big difference is in storage size: the iPhone 8 is available in 64GB and 256GB models, and sells for a higher price than the 7. The 64GB iPhone 8 is priced at $1,079 upfront, while the 256GB size will you set you back $1,329.
If you’re interested in a bigger screen, the iPhone 8 Plus is similar to the 7 Plus, featuring a slightly improved display, faster processor, and larger storage sizes. To buy outright, you’re looking at $1,229 for the 64GB model, and $1,479 for the 256GB size.