Cheap Phones: iPhone 7, Galaxy S7 or Xperia XZ on sale

Posted: 1 November 2016 2:07 pm News


Score a discount on Apple’s premium iPhone, Samsung’s excellent Galaxy S7 Edge or Sony’s stylish Xperia XZ in the best of this week’s phone bargains.

iPhone-7-front-look-image-179x340Apple iPhone 7 256GB $1209

Simply finding an iPhone 7 to buy right now is a challenging matter, let alone finding a discount on the top end 256GB storage variant. DWI is offering up the iPhone 7 256GB variant in Gold for $1209, which is still a fair amount to pay for a phone, but also a solid saving off Apple’s official pricing of $1379.

You can check the full details of the iPhone 7 here.

CP-S7-EDGESamsung Galaxy S7 Edge $759

The S7 Edge is Samsung’s larger phone still on sale, and while it was announced back at MWC in May, it still stands up as one of the year’s finest phones. We’ve seen plenty of bargains for the smaller Galaxy S7, but S7 Edge deals are a little less common. How about shaving $490 off the asking price? That’s a tasty deal, and it’s DWI’s current offer on the Dual SIM variant of the S7 Edge right now.

You can read our full review of the excellent Galaxy S7 Edge here.

xperia-xzXperia XZ $789

Sony’s Xperia XZ is already competitively priced at $999 outright, but when we recently reviewed it, we felt that it wouldn’t be long before bargains started appearing. Lo and behold, DWI is cutting a further $210 off the asking price of Sony’s genuinely sexy looking handset this week.

You can read our full review of the Sony Xperia XZ here.

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