This week’s Cheap Phones: Cyber Monday specials

Alex Kidman 30 November 2016 NEWS

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In the wake of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the best phone deals this week won’t last long.

Every week finder searches for the best smartphone deals in Australia. This week Cyber Monday brings the goods.

iPhone-7-front-look-image-179x340Apple iPhone 7 32GB $899

If you’re keen on the iPhone 7, you’re probably aware that they’re not usually inexpensive. There are many reasons to get excited about them, but you usually have to warn your wallet first. As part of its ongoing Cyber Monday sales, Kogan has the 32GB iPhone 7 for a very pleasant $899 right now.

Read our full iPhone 7 review here.

KOGAN: $899

s7silverSamsung Galaxy S7 $699

Perhaps the Galaxy S7 is more your style, and more your budget for that matter. We’re quite used to seeing this exceptional smartphone on special. Kogan’s current $699 deal for the S7 is quite enticing.
Read our full Galaxy S7 review here.

KOGAN: $699

google-pixel-device-black-frontGoogle Pixel 32GB $969

Last and by certainly no means least is the newest premium smartphone on the block, Google’s own Pixel 32GB. Kogan’s deal on this isn’t quite as snappy in terms of discounts as its iPhone 7 or Galaxy S7 offers, but every little bit counts when you’re trying to save money.

Read our full Google Pixel review here.

KOGAN: $969

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