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New ‘Moto g7 Power’ Exclusive To Telstra

As local telco competition continues to intensify, Telstra has partnered Motorola to exclusively range the market’s “most competitively priced mid-tier smartphone” – the new Moto ‘g7 power.’

The device is exclusively available on the Telstra network from April 30, costing $336 outright, or $59/month on a plan. A dual SIM variant will release for $349.

“The moto g7 power is one of the most competitively priced mid-tier smartphones in the market and we look forward to welcoming more customers and businesses to our Motorola family on the Telstra network,” asserts Danny Adamopoulos, Motorola GM Sales, APAC for Mature Markets.

“This is a momentous time for Motorola, and we are delighted to be partnering exclusively with Telstra, to bring the moto g7 power to more Australian customers.”

The device boasts a notable 3-day battery life, 6.2″ HD+ display screen and 12MP rear camera.

Corporate customers will also receive “Android Enterprise Recommended” (AER) status, meeting elevated enterprise requirements for simple Android device management.

The industry leading accreditation seeks to further support local businesses, and propel Motorola in the corporate sector.

Further information and full product specifications are available on Telstra’s or Motorola’s website.

[Motorola]

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