The next-generation 3G Apple iPhone will be available in Australia on prepay plans without a contract when it is released here next month.
Both Optus and Vodafone – the first carriers to announce an iPhone offering – today confirmed they would offer the handset on a prepay plan, a key concern among the phone's target demographic.
Vodafone spokesman Greg Spears said customers would be able to buy an iPhone outright and purchase credit without being locked into a contract.
Features such as applications downloads, online synchronisation and email would be available on certain prepay plans, he said.
So it appears that pre-pay is possible, if Vfone here don't offer it , I am sure the parallel importers will do a roaring trade mueling them in from Sydney's new apple store :)