Monday , May 14 2018

[Good Deal] Gen 1 Daydream View just $25.20 delivered from Telstra


If you missed out on the Telstra eBay store sale on the Gen 1 Daydream View then now is your chance to get an even better deal with the headset now available for just $25.20 if you use the code.

The headset is available on the Telstra Accessory store on the web for $28 (That’s 76% off the usual price of $119), but is discounted by a further 10% to $25.20 if you use the code “ACCESS10“.

As with the previous deal, the headset is only available in Grey but you’re not going to be worrying too much about that when you’re playing in VR.

It’s time to note you’ll need a compatible phone to use the Daydream View as it was intended. Compatible phones include:

  • Google Pixel/Pixel XL
  • Pixel 2/ Pixel 2 XL)
  • Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8
  • Motorola Moto Z/Moto Z Force
  • Motorola Moto Z2/Moto Z2 Force
  • LG V30
  • Mate 9 Pro/Mate 9 Porsche Edition)
  • Asus Zenfone AR

If you missed out and still want to get in on VR for your phone then try out the Daydream View gen 1 from Telstra.

Source: Telstra Accessory Store.

Daniel Tyson   Editor

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2 Comments on "[Good Deal] Gen 1 Daydream View just $25.20 delivered from Telstra"

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I got one there the other day after missing the eBay deal. Shipped next day, arrived the next via startrack. Very happy with that.

Allan Thomas
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Allan Thomas

Thanks Daniel,

Got one. At that price, I couldn’t resist! I’ll give it a run when I get my Pixel 2 XL.

Cheers

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