Woolworths Mobile is selling the S7 Edge on special

Alex Kidman 11 August 2016

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Samsung’s Galaxy S7 Edge is one of the best handsets you can buy, and for a very short time only, Woolworths Mobile is significantly cutting its contract prices.

Update: Woolworths Mobile has extended the sale to run through until 13 August 2016; it was originally set to expire on 11 August 2016, so you've still got time to score a Galaxy S7 Edge at a lower price until Saturday night.

This isn’t the first time that Woolworths Mobile has run a one-day Samsung sale, although it’s a rather specific sale this time around. Available in Black, Silver or Gold, the 32GB Samsung Galaxy Edge S7 is available on a 24 month contract through Woolworths Mobile on its $59 per month plan, which includes 3GB/month with unlimited standard national calls and texts. That’s a cut of $21 per month off the regular price, which means a total price cut of $504 over the life of the plan.

If you need a little more data than that each month, Woolworths Mobile is also cutting the price of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge on its 8GB/Month contract with unlimited standard national calls and texts for today only. Normally, bundling the Galaxy S7 Edge with that plan would cost $88 per month, but for today only it’s available for $75. That’s $13 cheaper per month, or $312 over the life of the contract.

Woolworths Mobile recently upgraded its access to parts of Telstra’s network to include 4G capacity, and while that’s not the full Telstra 4GX experience, for most users it’s still going to be appreciably fast on a handset such as the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.

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