The best Boxing Day deals on phones

Posted: 27 December 2017 7:08 am News


Whether you're an Android enthusiast or an iPhone devotee, these deals are worth upgrading for.

Boxing Day may technically only last for 24 hours, but that doesn't mean the Boxing Day deals have to end at the stroke of midnight. Most Aussie retailers run their post-Christmas sales for a full week, giving you plenty of time to spend all those gift cards and extra cash burning a hole in your pocket.

Rather than treating yourself to a smattering of smaller gifts, maybe you're looking for something more practical to ring in the end of the year. A new phone would fit that bill nicely. We all spend countless hours every day checking emails, reading the news and keeping up-to-date with social media on the tiny things, after all, so picking up a handset that meets your needs without breaking into a sweat is vital.

If your current handset can't keep pace with your digital life, fret not. We've rounded up the best Boxing Day deals on smartphones from Aussie retailers below:

Phone Retailer Discounted price Buy it
Nokia 5 16GB Harvey Norman $248.00 Go to site
Motorola Moto G5S Plus 32GB DWI $319.00
Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro 32GB DWI $335.00
Apple iPhone SE 16GB Dick Smith Electronics $379.00
Samsung Galaxy S7 32GB The Good Guys $548.00 Go to site
Sony Xperia XZ 32GB Sony Store $549.00 Go to site
Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB DWI $799.00
Apple iPhone 7 32GB Dick Smith Electronics $799.00

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