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HomePod Finds Home At Telstra

HomePod, Apple’s upmarket challenger to the lower-cost – and lower performing – wireless loudspeakers offered by the likes of Google, Amazon and Sonos, has gone on sale at Telstra stores for $499.

Customers can also access a “Telstra Accessories Repayment Option”, which involves paying $139 upfront, plus $15 a month for 24 months.

Like its cheaper challengers, HomePod is controlled by voice commands. Reviewers including US-based David Pogue have hailed its sound quality.

“The HomePod has the most balanced midrange, the crispest highs. And a crisp musical bass the little guys can’t match,” Pogue said in a recent post.

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