This week’s cheap phones: Gear up for a budget LG G6

Alex Kidman 24 April 2017 NEWS

mother-daughter-using-mobile-phone_shutterstockScore a bargain on the LG G6, a discount on the iPhone 7 and an even cheaper Galaxy A5 in this week’s round-up of the best smartphone bargains.

apple-iphone7-silverApple iPhone 7 128GB $1,039

The rumours are circling fast around what most are calling the iPhone 8, but there are still some months to go before you’ll be able to buy one. What you can do right now is score an iPhone 7 128GB model through DWI for the bargain price of $1,039, a solid $190 price cut from its regular Australian price.

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

DWI: $1,039

lg-g6-whiteLG G6 $869

BARGAIN ALERT! The LG G6 64GB model normally retails in Australia for $1,199 and even Telstra’s exclusive deal on the 32GB model will set you back $1,008. That makes DWI’s deal on the Dual-SIM ready, 64GB LG G6 for just $869 an absolute steal and seriously worth consideration, unless you’re somehow allergic to keeping money in your own pocket.

You can read our full review of the LG G6 here.

DWI: $869

samsung-galaxy-a5Samsung Galaxy A5 $449

Buying a handset outright frees you from being locked into any contracts and enables you to change SIM providers as you like and get the best deal for your money, but that doesn’t mean that the best deals are only at the pricey end of the smartphone pool. Samsung pitches the water-resistant Galaxy A5 as a mid-range phone, priced in Australia at a very moderate $649. But if you can save more, why not go for it? Right now, DWI is selling the A5 for $449 outright, a serious deal for the mid-range bargain hunter.

Curious about the Galaxy A5? Find out everything you need to know about Samsung’s mid-range phone here.

DWI: $449

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