Updated November 11, 2018 06:06:00 The average price of a domestic phone is $199.00 in Australia.
The average monthly bill in Australia is $13.20, while the average bill for a prepaid SIM card is $5.50.
However, if you have a prepaid cell phone, the cost per month can be even higher.
The cost of a cell phone can be up to 10 per cent more than the cost of an advertised plan.
A SIM card costs about $2.50 more than a advertised plan and a standard prepaid phone can cost more than $1,000 more than an advertised prepaid plan.
Below are some of the most common costs of domestic phone plans, according to data provider iiNet.
The average price for a domestic cell phone is between $499.00 and $619.00.
This is the average price per month for a 4G LTE mobile phone.
The median monthly bill for domestic prepaid mobile phone plans is $9.80, which is the median cost per user.
A prepaid SIM can cost $5 per month more than this.
A SIM card can cost up to $7.50 per month, which can be significantly more than what you would pay for an advertised mobile phone plan.SIM card plans are often sold for $5 to $9 a month, while prepaid plans are usually offered for $20 to $40.
The price of mobile phone calls in Australia are currently around $10 a minute, but that price will be cut down to $5 or less by 2020.
This will help consumers who are currently struggling to make ends meet and reduce costs for the future.