Nokia’s budget phablet, the Lumia 1320, is being sold in Australia through both Telstra and Vodafone, although the latter offers a significantly cheaper base plan.
The Lumia 1320 is Nokia’s second phablet, and the little brother of Nokia’s flagship Lumia 1520. It has a 6-inch screen with a 1280x720 resolution. The hefty, 220g smartphone is powered by a dual-core, 1.7GHz CPU, and has 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage (expandable by up to an additional 64GB via a microSD card slot).
Telstra’s cheapest consumer contract for the Lumia 1320 is its $60 Every Day Connect plan which lasts for 24 months, and requires no handset repayments. The telco also has it available on its $60 Business Performance plan with the same conditions and charges.
Vodafone is slicing this in half by offering the device on its $30 plan, which includes $5 monthly handset repayments.
Both carriers are also selling the device outright, but Telstra is the cheaper option here, pricing it at $408 compared to Vodafone’s $449 RRP.