Sunday , July 23 2017

Samsung Galaxy Note II available outright at AllPhones for $778

No sooner had we told you about the Galaxy Note II landing at Crazy John’s from next week, than Ausdroid tipster Zak tells us that if you don’t want to wait that long, you don’t have to!

We knew that AllPhones would be carrying the Galaxy Note II, but it seems that it’s available right now! That’s right, you can pick one up for yourself (albeit, locked to Optus / Virgin Mobile) in either Titanium Gray (depicted above) or White, the white coming with the added bonus of 4G compatibility.

Zak tells us that the price is at the $778 mark, which is a good $110 off the recommended retail price. At that price, it’s slightly cheaper at MobiCity, and a bit more cheaper at Kogan. If you’re with Optus or Virgin Mobile, you’ve got another choice to get your Note II now!

For more information, check our your local AllPhones store, or their website for details.

 
Source: AllPhones.
Thanks: Ausdroid Tipster Zak.

Chris Rowland   Editor and Publisher

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8 Comments on "Samsung Galaxy Note II available outright at AllPhones for $778"

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Van NexMilitis Griffeth
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I did notice that all phones got their Note II stock as soon as the pre-order virgin sale was complete…coincidence?

John
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John

Thanks for the tip-off Ausdroid; 1 Note 2 from All Phones in the bag. Out of the box the Titanium comes with full warranty, 4G on Optus. Norton Anti-Virus is 1/2 price for 2 years at Allphones too so, time to hit the shops (if you can stand crowds). cheers.

Bob
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I think the 3G model is better value for money given the state of LTE networks here

Iain Simmons
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Iain Simmons

It’s actually $749 + $15.95 postage.

Do any of these places price match…?

zak
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they are australian covered warranty and also guys this is the 4G model unlocked even if you get it on a plan with optus or virgin 🙂

Houdeani
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Houdeani

kogan price is ranging from
$699-$719 for the 4G and
$569 for the 3G

Iain Simmons
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Iain Simmons

The 4G versions are sold out on Kogan unfortunately.

ShowsOn
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ShowsOn

Does this include a 2 year Samsung Australia warranty? Or are these phones grey imports?

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