This week’s cheap phones: eBay sets sail for mobile savings

Alex Kidman 15 March 2017 NEWS

Smartphone user

Cut 20% off the asking price of your next favourite phone thanks to eBay.

Usually when we wrap up the week’s best phone deals, the percentage you save off the recommended prices varies a lot, depending on the dealer and the phones in question. This week, however, eBay is offering a flat 20% off a range of popular phones when you use the coupon code below at checkout. So what does that do to the prices of the most popular phones we see here at finder?

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apple-iphone-7-cpApple iPhone 7 128GB $919.20

20% off

Apple’s iPhone lines are never "cheap", but shaving 20% off the asking price of the 128GB model brings the price down very nicely indeed. We’d strongly advocate for the 128GB model if your budget can afford it because it’s not easy to upgrade iOS storage in any meaningful way.

You can read our full review of the iPhone 7 here.

CP-galaxy-s7Samsung Galaxy S7 $524.20

20% off

Galaxy S7 deals are thick on the ground, and that’s to be expected given that we’re only a fortnight away from the reveal of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. Those phones won’t hit the market in Australia until late April at the earliest. If you need a great premium phone right now, for our money, just under $600 for the excellent Galaxy S7 is a steal.

You can read our comprehensive Galaxy S7 review here.

google-pixel-fccGoogle Pixel 32GB $839.20

20% off

If you like your phones with stock Android, and you’re keen on everything Google including the latest Android updates as soon as they’re available, then the Pixel is your absolute best bet. The problem is that Google prices it to largely match the iPhone, which means it can be expensive. Slicing that 20% discount in brings it home for under a grand, which is, well, grand.

You can read our review of the Google Pixel XL here.

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