CNET también está disponible en español.

Ir a español

Don't show this again


Vodafone prices its Windows Phone range

Vodafone has priced its Windows Phones, announcing the contract costs for the HTC Windows Phone 8X and Nokia Lumia 820.

Vodafone today formally announced the Windows Phone additions to its range, pricing the HTC Windows Phone 8X and Lumia 820.

(Credit: HTC)

With prices matching the phone's respective specifications, the 8X is more expensive at $0 upfront on a AU$60 per month plan, while the Lumia 820 requires no handset repayment on an AU$50 plan.

Both phones feature 4G hardware too, and will operate on the Vodafone long-term evolution (LTE) network when it is rolled out next year.

Vodafone also offers a 30-day guarantee on all new hardware, including the 8X and Lumia 820. Customers can try the new phones on the Vodafone network for a month and, if they are unhappy with the service, they can return the phone and pay for what they have used in that first month.

Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 operating system is in the first stages of its roll out, with five devices announced for Australia so far. Samsung is the third vendor with a WP8 device en route for Aussie shores, with the Ativ 8 headed to Optus in the near future.