Woolworths Mobile is having another Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge sale
Woolworths Mobile wants to make one of this year’s best smartphones even more affordable.
Woolworths Mobile offers a range of Samsung and Oppo phones on contract alongside its prepaid monthly SIM-only deals, and periodically it also offers special deals on selected handsets as short term deals.
Sale time has rolled around again, with the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge on sale from 1am on 28 September through to 11pm on 4 October. During that period, Woolworths Mobile will drop the asking price of the Galaxy S7 Edge on its 8GB plan from $88 per month to $70 per month over a 24 month contract term. The discount is set to run a little longer than Woolworths Mobile’s previous sales, giving you a little more time to jump on this particular deal.
As noted you get 8GB of data to use on Woolworths Mobile’s network, which uses parts of Telstra’s 3G and 4G networks, as well as unlimited standard national calls and text messages. By default, Woolworths Mobile’s plans don’t go into excess data if you go over quota, instead removing data access unless you specifically opt for an additional data pack. That makes it a good choice if you’re concerned about the possibility of bill shock, because, outside of international calling, there’s no way to "accidentally" go over your quota with regular Australian calls, texts or data usage.
As such, the deal represents a very achievable $432 saving over the life of the contract, which is pretty appealing, especially considering it’s paired with one of our favourite premium 2016 smartphones.
As you can see from the table below, the deal makes the Galaxy S7 Edge an extremely attractive option, with the premium handset coming in at $10 a month less than the Galaxy S7 on contract.
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