out of stock iPhone 7 32GB ($943.20) 128GB ($1039.20), 7 Plus 32GB ($1119.20) 128GB ($1199.20) Delivered @ SydneyTec eBay (AU STOCK)

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iPhone 7 32GB ($943.20) 128GB ($1039.20), 7 Plus 32GB ($1119.20) 128GB ($1199.20) Delivered @ SydneyTec eBay (AU STOCK)Affiliate
CSUNNY20

Long time lurker, first time poster. Please take it easy on me.

iPhone 7 32GB (Gold only) $943.20 SOLD OUT
iPhone 7 128GB (Gold only) $1039.20 SOLD OUT
iPhone 7 Plus 32GB (Silver, Gold, Black, Rose Gold) $1119.20
iPhone 7 Plus 128GB (Jet Black, Silver, Black, Gold) $1199.20 SOLD OUT

Noticed some good prices on some iPhones yesterday so I thought I might share. Contacted them and they said its AU Stock with 24 months warranty and they'll fix the listing to show that. Not all colours available.

Original 20% off at Selected Stores on eBay Deal Posts: CSITE20 & CSUNNY20


Sydneytec

Related Store: Sydneytec

Comments

  • -1 vote

    contacted them ytd and bough an iphone7+ this morning. Au stock, unlocked phones, however, only 12 month warranty.
    For people who are gonna travel overseas in 60 days, about 9% GST back via TRS (i noticed they dont give you back the full amount).

    •  

      With TRS why not full amount??

    • +20 votes

      Yes they do. You are not doing the math correctly. Divide by 11 to get the amount you will get back through TRS

    • +1 vote

      Au stock should comes with 24mths warranty with apple ?

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        yep under the Australian Consumer Law

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          I was thinking to get an apple care, $189, to get one more year of warranty for my phone. so totally 2 years.
          but in this case, i actually do not need to do that and my phone already comes with 2 yr warranty?

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          Yep just claim under ACL and you're good

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          oh how's that come under consumer law?

        • +1 vote

          @jacky866: Or just be a professional and pay with Amex for an extra year of Amex warranty.

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          @Fobsessive: That would be 3 years?

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          @gentlecrack: Not quite.

          1st year - Apple warranty + ACL
          2nd year - Amex + ACL
          3rd year - nothing unless you try disputing with ACL

          Amex cards with extra warranty are free anyway so definitely don't get ripped with $189 Apple Care.

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          @Fobsessive:
          the minimum level of amex card to enjoy extra period of warranty would cost $189 annual fee? The 0 annual fee amex card doesnt have that function? Am i correct?
          I also understand that you have to pay an access to claim the amex warranty?
          again, am i correct?

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          @jacky866: The free Amex card has Buyer's Advantage with credit card warranty.

          "Buyer’s Advantage – extends the manufacturer’s warranty by up to 12 months for up to $7,000 per claim and $7,000 per year, with no excess."

          https://www.americanexpress.com/au/content/essential-credit-...

          Let me know if you're interested, I have a referral link

        •  

          @Fobsessive: oh no! i think i m just a dumb.
          just signed up the coles master card and used it on this iphone coz i didnt know the amex 0 annual fee card provides extended warranty @,@ thought i would at least have to sign up the $189p.a. one.

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          @Local Bogan: So do Apple automatically honour it or do you have to claim through ACL which might mean a tedious process?

        • +1 vote

          @jacky866: The free Amex Essential also has:

          -Smartphone Screen Insurance for screen repairs if you accidentally break your Smartphone screen. We will reimburse you for the cost of the screen repair up to $500 with a 10% excess per claim

          -Purchase Protection - if an item is stolen or breaks within 90 days of purchase, it can be repaired or refunded up to $2,500 per claim, up to $10,000 per year and with a $50 excess per claim

      • +2 votes

        Au stock should comes with 24mths warranty with apple ?

        Nup. The Apple "Warranty" is 12 months.

        ACL gives buyers at least a two year (24 month) "Consumer Guarantee".

        Slightly different 'legally', but basically = 'the same thing'.

    •  

      Hang on 12mth warranty? Something fishy is going on there.

      Does it come with a manufacturers warranty (i.e. Apple) or a Seller's warranty? If the later, then it definitely isn't brand new Apple AU stock. Probably refurb/grey import.

      • +2 votes

        Their trading name is Unifone and they are registered as an authorised Apple reseller on Apple Australia

        •  

          Good then probably just a typo then. But spending that kind of cash I'd be getting it in writing that it's got an Apple warranty. Then you've got no worries.

    • -1 vote

      Scary sh*t, people old enough to claim TRS but can't work out 10% of a certain number, no wonder our schools are world leaders - from the bottom up.

  • +1 vote

    No black iPhone 7, bummer.

  •  

    Bugger, after a SE. No ebay love atm

  • -2 votes

    For those wondering - prior deals cheaper
    7 32GB/862 128GB/982
    7+32GB/999 128GB/1200

  • +1 vote

    thanks,
    was looking for iphone 7 plus since long, 1199.20 - 136.27 (Gst claim as me travelling overseas on 25th) = 1053.93.

    Oops almost forgot 1.25% from cash rewards also.

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      The only 2 times I've ordered something from eBay with a coupon + Cash Rewards, cashback has been void. Is that normal?

      • -1 vote

        yes. CR doesn't have to give cashback if you use a coupon that isn't listed on their website. often, special (lower) cashback rates using coupons are shown on their website. when you use a coupon that isn't listed on the CR website, you are accepting that you may not get cashback.

        • +1 vote

          i have had not issues with CR website so far for all my purchase, most of them have had the discount coupon codes i belive

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          Ah ok thanks @ts13

          @vbhaven, glad to know at least one of us has been doubling up. Just FYI for both purchases I received the confirmation email from Cash Rewards and the 'estimated cashback'in account but it was later revoked.

        •  

          @vbhaven: Same. All my eBay purchases with or without a coupon code have still given me the cash back from CAR.

  •  

    Are you sure AU STOCK? That should be 2 years?

  • +1 vote

    sorry took the last iphone 7 128gb

  • +2 votes

    Maybe I'm missing something but the baseline price seems to be much higher than Apple's own price - with 20% discount it is cheaper but not as big a discount as I hoped. Eg iPhone 7 32Gb is $1179 down to 943. Apple price is $1079. Still a good discount but not 20% as best I can tell -

    • +1 vote

      RRP is just that, recommended, not mandatory or maximum. Apple keeps a high sale price by providing small margins to resellers.

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        I believe Apple provide a high profit margin for retailers. But what they do is give them a very small price band to sell in. If the retailer sells under that price, they suddenly find stock is very hard to obtain.

    • +3 votes

      Welcome to ebay coupons

      • +1 vote

        Yeps increase the price so it covers their cost of the promotion.

        From memory vendors need to supply 10%.

  •  

    No iph7+ blk left???? :(

  •  

    If these phones are not actually physically supplied by apple australia directly to this mob, then they are not genuine "aussie stock" [define "au stock"]

    yes/no??

    Quick, somebody phone apple australia and ask if they are genuine dealers

    • +1 vote

      yes they are authorised resellers

    • +1 vote

      The best way is the ask them via ebay if the iphone is covered by Apple Australia warranty. They could be Apple resellers & moving grey imports (which I assume Apple frown upon).

      I've always been wary of the term Aust Stock, as they could just mean they've got stock in Australia (but imported none the less). That's not technically misleading, especially on ebay where products often get sent from OS.

      •  

        Good point.
        I would just ask if is sealed box stock with genuine AU power adapter.
        They can't slip out of that with bs because you are quite right, some of the sellers bend the meaning of Australian stock.

  • +3 votes

    I waited and waited and waited for I phone 7 plus deal and bought it only a week before..
    sigh

    •  

      Guess you didn't wait long enough
      There there

      •  

        I thought i'll get some deals during boxing day or new year time but when nothing came I thought may be it might not happen soon now…also had enough of using windows phone, wanted to get back to ios nearly after 4 years of using it.

  • +1 vote

    Are there other Aus-stock phone sellers involved in this sale? I'm after a Nexus 5 or a Moto G :)

  •  

    Dammit missed out - have to buy one of these for somebody against every bargain hunting instinct in my body.
    Wonder if they will re-stock before the deal's over

  • +1 vote

    Well it's sold in Australia and it is an Australian company don't see the problem, which means it is Australian stock. just show apple the docket which is proof of purchase supplied by an Aussie seller, these guys are registered.

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    I know everyone talks about the 1 year Australian Warranty for grey imports compared to the 2 year Apple Australian warranty but is is worth saving about $200 for a Grey import phone and lose the extra year warranty directly from Apple. I have bought lost of phones and electricals (some factory seconds) and never had to use the warranty, so I am thinking it's probably worth saving the $200 for the grey import. Thoughts?

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      I think some decisions are based on getting the GST back when going overseas. Decrease the cost associated with an additional year worth of warranty.

  • +2 votes

    Think about the 10 year iPhone 7s/8, don't bother jumping on this yet

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