The phones -- Agora, the standard model and the upgraded Agora Pro -- will retail for $192 and $256, respectively, and only through the Kogan Web site. The prices are subject to international currency rate changes. The phones feature 3G wireless technology, multimedia capabilities and a slew of Internet applications.
And although Kogan is based in Melbourne, the Agoras will work on networks around the world and are not restricted to customers in Australia and New Zealand, the company said. Consumers can get the phone delivered internationally for an additional fee of $38. There is no contract attached to the phone and no network locking.