Sunday , December 16 2018 Ausdroid » Hardware » Mobiles » MobiCity and Kogan open up pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus starting at $829 and $799 respectively

Two of Australia’s leading online retailers, MobiCity and Kogan, have opened up the pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus which was announced yesterday. Kogan are sticking to their low, low prices with a pre-order price of $799 + postage. MobiCity are sticking with their pre-order price of $829 + postage.

Kogan have marked November 30th as the launch date, however, they say that it’s likely the device will ship weeks before then.

If you’re wondering if/when we’ll be reviewing the Galaxy Nexus, it’ll be whenever our hands can snare one.

Source: MobiCity, and Kogan.

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I’m more inclined to get on on a plan, either Optus or Telstra if it’s available. If it’s Vodafone exclusive…..well I might have to give it a miss.

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Agreed.. that’s far too expensive for me.  If SGS2 is $530 on eBay I wouldn’t have thought I’d be paying much more than $600.  Add $100 for MobiCiti tax and we’d get $700..

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Wow, that’s quite pricey.

I’ll wait for the SGSIII and if it’s not buttonless, then I’ll pick up the SGN which would no doubt be a lot cheaper by then.

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I wonder how much more the 32Gb model will be. 

Geoff Fieldew
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A bit of competition in the grey import market has got to be a good thing I’d reckon.

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Does anyone have any experience with Kogan? I’d rather go the cheaper option here if possible.

Curt Liddell
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I have heard they take a while to dispatch.

And apparently (If my memory serves me right) they had tons of pre-orders for their “Agora” tablet (I think it’s called) and they never dispatched some of them. I could be wrong. But I remember reading that somewhere…

Just thought you would like to know… Maybe search it up or something before you spend top dollar?

Mark Russell
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Stay away from them customer service is crap,had a bad experience just recently.
Morale of the story price isn’t everything.

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