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LG gets its press conference in earlier than HTC. Later that day HTC will reveal its first phones to be powered by Microsoft's new Windows Phone 8 software. The first Windows Phone 8 phones announced are the Samsung Ativ S, Nokia Lumia 920 and Nokia Lumia 820, but it remains to be seen which will be the first Windows Phones to actually hit shops. Windows Phone 8 handsets are set to go on sale in November, shortly after the 26 October launch of the Windows 8 desktop software. Can LG pull something out of the hat to challenge the iPhone, Samsung Galaxy S3 and HTC One X? Tell me your thoughts in the comments or on our Facebook page.

LG and Qualcomm have invited press to the announcement of a new phone -- could it be the Optimus G?, The iPhone 5 has taken the field, and already rivals are queuing up in the tunnel to emerge into the daylight and give Apple's latest effort a hard-fought match, The calm but dramatic light monochromatic black & grey abstract iphone case next rival to schedule an announcement is LG, perhaps revealing the Optimus G -- and on the same day as an HTC launch, Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic, We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read, Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion..

Optus and Vodafone both identify the 16GB iPhone 5 for AU$6 per month on an AU$60 plan as being the stand out in terms of value. At this price, Vodafone customers get $700 worth of calls, unlimited text and 1GB of data, while Optus customers get $650 calls, unlimited text and 1.5GB of data each month. A full list of Vodafone pricing is available in the table below, with more details on the Vodafone blog. Optus pricing and plan inclusions can be found here. In comparison to last year, both telcos are charging slightly more for the iPhone in 2012. An iPhone 4S was available for AU$0 upfront on AU$59 plans from both telcos, with 2GB of data included in these monthly contracts.

How far back can Apple push it? In the case of the iPhone 4S last year, Apple extended delivery of new orders out to three to four weeks after the launch, Some buyers ended up canceling online orders and waiting in line at retail stores instead, In the United States, early buyers calm but dramatic light monochromatic black & grey abstract iphone case today found both Apple's and AT&T's online stores down for maintenance, Savvy users discovered that orders could still be placed through Apple's iOS app, where buying options went live immediately after midnight, At the carriers, meanwhile, Verizon's site appeared to be fully functional, unlike Sprint's, which spent its first half-hour at a crawl when trying to view the ordering page..

"It's coming. We're excited and readying the store for your orders. Check back soon to place your pre-order," Sprint's store page read. Sprint's site recovered by about 1:30 a.m. PT., and AT&T's was working by 1:50 a.m. PT. Apple's online stores in the U.K., Germany, and France responded smoothly to preorder requests. Curiously, Apple's online store in the United States worked smoothly from France for a time but wasn't available from California in CNET's initial attempts to get through. Actually completing the order can be another matter: When blogger Danny Sullivan tried to place his preorder through the Apple store for a phone on AT&T's network, Apple's site told him, "We have an iPhone for you. We're currently unable to reach the carrier systems to process your order, but will reserve an iPhone for you." It offered a reservation confirmation and promised to e-mail him when he could proceed with his order.