This week’s phone deals: Mate’s rates

Posted: 5 July 2016 6:13 pm News


Save hundreds on a shiny new Galaxy S7 or score a deal on Huawei's phabulous Mate 8.

Every week, finder rounds up the best mobile bargains of the week. This week, Kogan has dropped the price on a silver Galaxy S7, DWI is making the low-price Mate 8 even more attractive and you can pick up a 6s for just over $900.

CP-6siPhone 6S 16GB $909

If you want a cheap iPhone, the best bargains are often found in the entry-level 16GB models. That doesn’t give you a lot of headroom for apps and data, but if you live your life in the cloud and like a bargain, DWI’s deal on the 16GB iPhone 6s will leave $170 extra cash in your pocket.

Galaxy S7 Silver $8s7silver09

There are many choices in the premium phone space, but so far, nothing has come through the finder labs that has quite captured our general attention the way that the Galaxy S7 does. It’s both a premium device and a great all-rounder, with few weak spots, save for the asking price. Kogan’s deal on the Galaxy S7 in silver shaves a very attractive $339.95 off the retail price, making it both brilliant and affordable.

Check out the cheap Galaxy S7 over at Kogan.

HuaweiMate 8Huawei Mate 8

Huawei’s Mate 8 sits at the lower scale of premium phones in terms of outright price with an $899 price tag, but that’s no reason not to shop around for a bargain if you can find one. DWI has the Mate 8 at a very appealing $689 outright right now, so if you’re a phablet fan looking for the lowest hit to your wallet, it’s a great option.

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