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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge 128GB Black/White/Gold Unlocked $988 Delivered @ Mobileciti

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100% Australian stock with 2 year local warranty. Apply coupon SHARPARSE at checkout. Will be dispatched same or next business day. You can also collect immediately from the Parramatta store if you wish. Have a great day :)

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  • +6 votes

    Any chance of another deal for the Note 5?

    $849? :P

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      Been waiting so long for this!!

    • +1 vote

      Is Note 4 a better choice if I also want the option of microSD card support?

      • +3 votes

        I think that goes without saying, since Note 5 has no microSD support..

        I'm completely OK with this though, being a current iPhone user. I plan on uploading music and photos to the cloud and mainly stream entertainment. My current phone is holding 50gb of data at the moment, but more than half of that is stored music, which I actually never listen to anymore.. I reckon 32GB should be OK.

        Depends on your usage, I guess.

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      Yes please TA get us a Note 5 Deal!

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      Gold model still available with 10+ in stock with the new 20% Ebay deal
      http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Samsung-Galaxy-Note-5-N920I-4G-32...

      $664.92 Shipped when you consider the 4% cashback. T-dimension have 12 months warranty with free postage for returns and delivery again if required.

      At this price, even if Mobileciti could do a $850 deal, the almost $200 difference is probably worth the risk in my opinion.

        • +1 vote

          It's prettier though :P

  • +2 votes

    And whose got that sort of money laying around to buy this? Am I the only povo around here?

    You've sold me if you have a deal on LG G4 :-)

    • -5 votes

      Yup, it always cracks me up that young people can pony up ~$1k for a phone at least once a year (I know kids changing them every few months) in addition to all of the other expensive accouterments that apparently you really need nowadays…yet they wonder why they can't afford to buy big ticket items like property???

      But, it's all the fault of the baby boomers…oh, the humanity!!! :P

      • +5 votes

        Because not spending that $1k would let people afford a $1+ million dollar house?

        I wouldn't even say the property market is the fault of baby boomers so much as foreign investors. You're thinking of America. But with an attitude like yours I'm not surprised you feel embittered about your age.

      • +4 votes

        By the way, research shows that millenials are better savers than baby boomers when they were in the same age bracket.

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    plus 1 for a trusted and friendly seller

  • +11 votes

    Why doesn't mobi citi just post this deal rather than using tightarse as a proxy. Always have to be some story about how hard the negotiation process went. OzBargainers don't want middle men, if you've got a deal lay it on the table, let the community decide!!

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      I personally don't care, what matters is that we get a bargain.

      • +10 votes

        Is the primary reason for it being a "bargain" because a certain individual posted it?

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          ?

        • +1 vote

          Read the comments in the previous deal.

          TA definitely has better credibility in the Ozbargain community than MobileCiti but it's arguable whether this led to the deal getting to the front page.

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          @ShamelessBargains:
          Wow, there's a lot of waffling there. I just look at the price. If it's a bargain, it's a bargain.

        • +2 votes

          @ShamelessBargains: Just adding onto what you said, I think there is that notion of whether people vote for the person, not the deal. I am not denying that TA is amazing in terms of getting these codes and doing the Ozbargain community a great service (that he didn't need to do). Most of his deals are simply amazing (I bought several things from what he've posted). I am not trying to be ungrateful, because I am grateful of what TA does.

          That said, Store Reps, L and P platers tend to get less votes than normal users and certain users get more votes than other users.

          I frankly think it's a credibility issue, along with being grateful to what normal users do out of generousity (not out of possible profit). I think there was an incident where somebody posted duplicate of what Store Rep posted (which wasn't on Front Page) and that got voted into Front Page. I cannot remember the full details, it may as well be due to the time of the day along with other things, so it's hard to infer anything meaningful. That said the incident does show possibility of the effect of having a normal user posting things over what Store Reps post. If this kind of thing happens with normal users, the effect would be stronger with a named user like TA.

          I think he's simply pointing out that.

          That said, these were mentioned before on a forum post before. I cannot remember what the conclusion was.

        • -1 vote

          Why don't you go back to saying nothing, it was better.

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          @Oversimplified: It's hard to prove conclusively the link between either people voting for a deal or voting for a person. I agree that since TA posted the deal, it would be looked upon more favourably compared to being posted up by MobileCiti. But then the argument is that a bargain is a bargain. Both sides have good viewpoints making this more complicated. It would be interesting to see if MobileCiti went back to posting up their own deals and whether it received high votes like the majority of TA posted MobileCiti deals.

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          @ShamelessBargains: It'd be interesting to do an experiment, though it'd be hard to do one for many reasons including ethical reasons along with how hard it is to randomise and control yaddi yadda. Though from what I've seen, it's possible.

          I frankly don't care much. It might have some ethical issues with some people as it can be seen as store reps free riding on TA's credibility. That said, nothing is perfect and I'd rather have arse codes than half arsed deals from reps.

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          It's natural for people to be skeptical of store reps' and newbies' posts. They need time to evaluate to see if those deals are real deals. And many users couldn't be bothered to do that.

          For TA's deals, these have been verified by one of the most savvy users for Ozbargain. Once I see a deal from TA, I don't have to check or verify that deal again. He's already done it for me. Maybe I still need to do my own research, but naturally I will trust TA more than other posters mentioned above.

          As someone has said, a deal is a deal, as long as it benefits the community. If you see something wrong with that deal, by all means speak up. Otherwise, please move along. I, and maybe other users, don't need to see these kinds of anti-TA attitude popping up again and again.

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          @GreenRomeo:

          Once I see a deal from TA, I don't have to check or verify that deal again. He's already done it for me.

          TA's unquestionably awesome bargain finding skills notwithstanding, I'm sorry to say that you've just vindicated Davo93's position with that comment.

          This is not a phenomenon unique to OzB though, it's human nature…how often do we see the unwashed masses simply vote for the politician, not for the party or its policies.

          Maybe I still need to do my own research…

          Nah, thinking for yourself is highly overrated! ;)

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      Such wisdom Mr Baelish, straight to the point.

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      Because he's a big guy.

  • +3 votes

    Save yourself $200+ and get the 32gb version. I don't think it's worth an extra $200+ for 128gb.

    Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge 32GB $757.60 Black / $797.60 White, Delivered + 4% CashRewards Cashback

    • +1 vote

      OK but that's you, to me storage is something you cannot have enough of.

      • +3 votes

        Then i would recommend getting something other than a Samsung Galaxy S6 that has an SD card slot and save yourself some serious cash!

        • +1 vote

          I have an S5, the 128G card cost me $30 for class 10 generic on eBay …. yes tested on my pc, its class 10 and it is 128G ….. works fine for movies and photos.

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          @garage sale: How reliable are knock off microSD cards? Do they often corrupt data? Back in the day my dad always used cheap Chinese HDDs and constantly complained of lost data. I guess since SDs don't have moving parts, cheap ones would be OK, as long as the storage size is correct?

        • +1 vote

          @aycnrz: It depends on how much you value your data I guess. If you're just using it to copy videos from your computer to watch on your phone/tablet, then it doesn't really matter if the card dies.

          If you're using it in your camera to capture important moments, I would definitely go with a genuine brand-name card.

          I've had brand-name cards die before, so I would definitely avoid generic or fake cards. Cheap memory cells can degrade more quickly.

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          @aycnrz: Also, it would only be a copy of whatever you need to take with you, so does it really matter if it gets corrupted?

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          @miicah: I was actually thinking of using the SD to hold photos taken by the phone (not a Galaxy), so it'd be a shame to lose those memories. Got a Blackberry for my GF, and it only has 16gb. I guess we could just take the photos off the card periodically.

        • +1 vote

          @aycnrz:
          You can also enable Google's free photo backup. It gives you unlimited storage for 16MP photos, slightly recompressed.

  • +3 votes

    Good deal! But be wary of where they are sourcing their phones. I just bought a supposedly brand new Iphone from them and received a demo phone that has only 10 days of warranty left…

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/215192

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      I am waiting for my order-same deal - iPhone 6 plus gold from them.
      Should be here today so I will post comment again. I thought Mobileciti was good supplier- judging by comment on eBay.

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        Hi ccrew

        If you on the same case or not happy with our products when you received it, please contact our customer service team for the return, full refund will be provide.

        • +1 vote

          As I am waiting my iPhone from Mobileciti I expect Mobileciti to provide me with brand new iPhone as discribe in eBay rather than refund if I receive demo iPhone. Thank you store rep.

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      Hi yeh

      Sorry we double checked with our apple au supplier this patch stock original planed for shop demo, phone never been sold to anyone or activate before, its still come with 1 year AU warranty as we mentioned before in our product desception. Apple site show 10 days global warranty, You should able to confirm warranty in the Apple Store (AU) or over the phone when you mention AU user.

      We also happy to accept the return and provide full refund inc return postage.

      We have updated our product descrption to demo, sorry for the inconvenience.

      • +2 votes

        How about doing a good Customer Service and sending a prepaid paid return parcel to the OP and once you receive the phone, send a Brand New and Apple Sealed iPhone 6 (with full warranty) to the OP. The description when OP bought was brand new , it will cost you some bucks, but put that on for good CS and pass the costs to your supplier.

        Its so shady that when a well known seller takes stock from shady suppliers. This may have been demo stock but point is it was dodgy resealed to show up as Brand new sealed box. Didn't your shop or warehouse guys notice when they got the stock in hand from supplier. You guys have been handling phone for years, so no-one should have known better than you guys.

        Full refund incl return postage is alright. But after that providing the buyer with what he originally ordered is a step forward.

      • +2 votes

        "product desception" - typo? freudian slip? :)

  • +3 votes

    TA go get us that xperia z5 deal please :)

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    Just cracked the screen on my S6 Edge, even after using a recommended case. Going by the prices I've seen for a screen replacement, I'm considering getting a new phone and selling the broken one!

    Screen breakage must be the number one issue with mobiles……why on earth doesn't someone bring out A) A plastic screened phone and/or B) A quickly-replaced screen? They'd sell by the bucketload.

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      Hold on to it till Samsung have there $55 screen replacement day, get it replaced & sell it :)

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        They have a $55 screen replacement day??? Somehow I doubt it will apply to the edge phones.

        • +1 vote

          It includes the edge range, here's a post:
          https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/187240
          I had a replacement done during 1 of those periods for my Note Edge bargain and they definitely went over 55 screens that day.
          Just depends when the next one will be :s

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          @robzta:

          Thanks for that but it looks like Sydney only and I'm up in Brisbane. Oh well, better think about sending it off to Samsung.

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    Does anyone know when /if there will be a reputable waterproof case for the s6 edge? (Otter box, life proof etc)

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      hard to find a good glass protector. so, I don't think they will release any waterproof case for it.

      Edited: I am using otterbox symmetry on s6edge, no waterproof

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    can we trade in any junk mobile for 200 dollars credit like the JB deal….

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    This one from Mobileciti for $888 looks good https://www.mobileciti.com.au/samsung-galaxy-s6-128gb-gold-v...

    Vodafone Network branding

    Can I ask, in regards to the two year warranty, is this covered by Samsung?

    Are these the SM-G925I model?

  • +1 vote

    Hey do you guys want to hear a horror story about this company? Still without a phone after a month…would not recommend this company to anyone.