The highly-anticipated Windows Phone 8 is coming soon to a smartphone near you! The all-new operating system from MicrosoftÂ® delivers enhanced operating to your mobile phone as well as seamlessly integrating across all your Windows 8 devices.
See all your contacts in one place, automatically linked together from all your social networks, so you can easily call, text, IM and more. Plus, create a Room in the People Hub where you can share photos, messages and calendars with other Room members.
Windows Phone 8 works seamlessly across all your Windows 8 devices and Xbox 360 so you can enjoy an integrated experience.
No need for additional parental control settings. Kid's Corner lets you select which apps and games they have access to through their own start screen, while still having fun taking photos, playing games or listening to music. No more worrying about kids sending a text to the wrong person!
See at-a-glance what's important to you. Pin your favourite people as Live Tiles; then see their latest profile pic, tweets, posts and updates. Pin music albums, websites, photo albums and more as Live Tiles so you can quickly get to the things you want.
With Office, Outlook, and full device encryption - using your Windows Phone 8 for work or play is a breeze~.
NFC makes shopping easy! It allows mobile payments by simply tapping your phone on a compatible credit card reader^.
# Apps from the Windows Phone Store; availability may vary by location. Go to www.windowsphone.com.au/store to check local availability. Wi-Fi access or data connections required for some features and services; fees may apply.
^ NFC is an optional hardware component for Windows Phone 8 devices.
~ Some set-up required.
Important Notes: *Coverage: Optus 4G Coverage (for 4G compatible devices): The Optus 4G Network is available in selected areas of Sydney, Newcastle, Melbourne, Surfers Paradise, Brisbane CBD and Perth. Check coverage at optus.com.au/4Gcoverage. To access the Optus 4G network you need a compatible device and plan. Outside 4G coverage areas compatible devices will switch to the Optus 3G dual band network. All voice calls use the 3G dual band network. When within a 4G coverage area, your data session may also access the 3G dual band network. Depending on your usage type and the coverage area youâ€™re in, your 4G device will automatically switch between the 3G and 4G networks. If you lock your device to the Optus 4G network, you won't be able to make or receive voice calls, including emergency calls. If you lock the IMEI number (for example, in the case of where you lose your phone), it can still be used for 4G data sessions. International roaming is only available on 3G and your 4G device will automatically switch to 3G when you use international roaming services.
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