This week’s bargain phones: Grab yourself a cheap iPhone, Samsung Galaxy S8 or Motorola Moto G5S Plus
Compare prices and save on the iPhone SE, Samsung Galaxy S8 or the surprisingly solid Motorola Moto G5S Plus smartphone in our weekly roundup of the best deals.
Each week, we carefully we compare and check the outright prices charged by mobile handset retailers available in Australia, including local and direct resellers.
Buying outright can save you serious cash in the long run, and if you have the means to do so, it's an easy way to cut your phone bill down to size. With such a hefty outlay, you'll want to make sure you're paying the lowest price possible for your new handset, especially if it's a premium model with a sticker price approaching the $1000 mark.
To help you find the best deals on your new phone, we've selected the lowest cost version of each handset available with an online vendor. That could constrain your colour choices, as some vendors charge more for specific hues. Prices are as per each vendor's website on 8 January 2018 and are subject to change without notice.
It can sometimes seem like there's a new Android handset released every other week, with fancy new bells and whistles or an attractive price point attempting to lure you in. For reliable performance and a design to rival the iPhone, it's worth sticking with Samsung's excellent Galaxy line, and last year's Galaxy S8 easily lives up to its pedigree.
Retailing for $1199, you can save more than $300 this week by shopping around at different Aussie retailers. To save you the trouble of scouring the web manually, we've rounded up the best deals on the table below.
For more information on the Samsung Galaxy S8, including the best contract deals if you'd rather go that route, check out our guide to everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy S8.
Here are the best deals this week for the Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB from retailers selling to Australian customers.
|Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB Maple Gold||DWI||$795.00||Buy Now!|
|Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB Maple Gold||Expansys||$834.99||Buy Now!|
|Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB Black||Dick Smith Electronics||$849||Buy Now!|
|Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB Black||amaysim||$865|
|Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB Black||The Good Guys||$988||Buy Now!|
|Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB Black||Samsung||$999||Buy Now!|
Though it's a couple of years old now, the iPhone SE still holds its own thanks to a combination of power and affordability, a pairing not all that common among Apple products. With the guts of an iPhone 6S lurking inside its compact body, the iPhone SE remains a solid choice for those wanting to enjoy the Apple ecosystem without spending a small fortune.
For more information on the Apple iPhone SE along with contract deals through Aussie providers, head on over to our iPhone SE hub.
Here's the comparison of this week's deals on the Apple iPhone SE:
|Apple iPhone SE 16GB Silver||Dick Smith Electronics||$379||Buy Now!|
|Apple iPhone SE 16GB Space Grey||DWI||$385||Buy now|
|Apple iPhone SE 16GB Space Grey||Expansys||$399.99||Buy now|
|Apple iPhone SE 16GB Gold||amaysim||$435|
|Apple iPhone SE 16GB Gold||The Good Guys||$529||Buy Now!|
|Apple iPhone SE 16GB Black||Apple||$549||Buy Now!|
Budget phones run the gamut from cheap, chintzy handsets to smartly scaled-back redesigns of their premium brethren. Motorola's Moto G5S Plus fits firmly in the latter category, offering sturdy build quality and impressive battery life at a price point accessible to a wide audience of prospective phone buyers.
To find out more about Motorola's mid-range Moto G5S Plus handset, have a read of our Motorola Moto G5S Plus review.
Check out this week's Motorola Moto G5S Plus deals below:
|Motorola Moto G5S Plus||DWI||$309||Buy Now!|
|Motorola Moto G5S Plus||Expansys||$379.99||Buy Now!|
|Motorola Moto G5S Plus||Dick Smith Electronics||$389||Buy Now!|
|Motorola Moto G5S Plus||The Good Guys||$399||Buy Now!|
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