Top Telstra Next G mobiles (prepaid)

The best mobile phones available on a Telstra prepaid plan

Telstra's Next G network offers premium data speeds and network coverage, and you don't need an expensive phones on a long contract to enjoy its benefits. Australia's largest telco has a wide range of inexpensive prepaid mobile phones that won't break the bank. We round up the best Telstra Next G mobile phones on a prepaid plan.

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Nokia C6-00

Nokia's C6 smartphone may be cheap but clunky software and a dated-looking design means it doesn't represent very good value for money. There are plenty of better alternatives at a similar price point.

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  • 22nd Sept., 2010
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • Nokia
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  • Pros:
  • Solid features list, decent camera, lifetime turn-by-turn navigation
  • Cons:
  • Clunky software, questionable build quality, design looks dated, keyboard is split for no apparent reason

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