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[eBay Plus] Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max 256GB All Colours $2044.99 @ 3 Brothers Mobiles eBay

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Decent price on the rarely discounted iPhone Pro Max 256GB. Apple authorised seller with GST tax invoice (for TRS claim).

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  • +2 votes

    You sure they are Apple authorised reseller? Doesn't appear when search for postcode 3175 on Apple list of authorised reseller.

  • +3 votes

    When I first read this, I thought it was 3 dodgy brothers.

  • +2 votes

    JB is happy to negotiate and selling it for $2000 + 5% egift card.

    • +3 votes

      Can you please share receipt?

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      evidence please!!!! willing to get 1 !

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      Not hating on anyone purchasing but spending 2k on a phone is just mind boggling to me when there are phones like OP7 etc

      • +3 votes

        IPhones last 5-6 years. I generally use it for 2 years then hand it to my teenage sons.

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        If you don’t have want it stick with the OP7.

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        Why is it mind boggling? The value proposition of the two items is completely different. You could say the same about any product and a cheaper alternative.

        Here's some reasons why not to support OnePlus: https://www.howtogeek.com/340174/its-time-to-stop-buying-pho...

        • +2 votes

          I used 'etc' because I didn't want to list every manufacturers flagship device. Mind boggling because it seems normal for people to pay 2k for a mobile phone was genuinely confused as to why people do it.

          Judging by the downvotes it was my mistake to post this on an Apple deal!

          • +1 vote

            @brokeunikid: I didn't downvote you, just wanted to understand why you felt it was mind boggling. It seems you don't see the value in an iPhone over other devices and that's perfectly fine. To each their own.

            For others, they do see the value and don't mind paying that much for a device they use constantly, one of the best camera phones on the market, has an OS/ecosystem they enjoy using and Apple's stance on privacy and environmental issues is to be commended. Also, they get updates years more than most, their support is top notch and iPhones tend to keep their resale value pretty high unlike other devices. But if none of that matters to you, that's perfectly fine and why other devices are available.

            Don't forget one of OZB's highest voted deals: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/441689

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              @Hybroid: I guess over the past few years, it's become harder to see the value proposition of such devices (although it evidently is there for many people) when I know there are similar flagship devices for >500-1000 dollars less.

              Maybe I just dont know what I am missing!

        • +2 votes

          Did you read your own link? Here's a quote from the first few paragraphs.

          While we’re leaving the below piece intact as for historical purposes, we no longer feel that OnePlus is a company to avoid. Nay, quite the opposite these days—this is a company that we feel has overcome the growing pains of being new and trying to stand out in the crowd. Today, OnePlus is a company that should be on everyone’s radar.

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            @Cronium: That's an opinion piece update. The rest remains factually correct. It's up to each person if they feel the same or otherwise.

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              @Hybroid: I see people buying Apple for either

              1: they are into luxury brands and Apple is inarguably considered as no.1 in this sense in the technology field. Why this is the case, I'm still trying to understand, to put into perspective I have friends that are willing to spend $300 on a pair of socks @@

              2: they like the fact that Apple are pioneered in the tech field, like they are currently the only brand that run on their own OS, or that the either of true wireless was pioneered by Apple with their Airpods (imo), so they support Apples to help the brand continuing to be the pioneer.
              That being said, other brands seems to be better at refining the ideas that Apple comes up with (Airpods pro vs Wf1000xm3) or offering a similar product for a much cheaper price (I.e. oneplus)

              3: this one maybe a bit controversial, but Asian people tends to prefer Western products as they believe that more often than not it is of better quality and most phone brands are Chinese (I'm also Asian and this is what I notice)

      • +4 votes

        I don't use iPhone, but my missus does and what I can see is they have excellent Australian warranty, which OP7 doesn't. Missus is still using iPhone 6S Plus and see no reason to upgrade just yet.

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      Pm me as well please.

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      do you have any idea if JB is willing to negotiate for other models too? e.g pro (non-max)

  • +2 votes

    Mentalists.

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    Do you know if is JB happy to negotiate on iPhone 11 PRO 256GB? Thank you.

  • +3 votes

    $100 off a $2149 item is less than 5% off, too small a discount to be listed on ozbargain

    • +2 votes

      Says whom? If it's the cheapest price you can get an item then it's a bargain for that item.

      Having said that, I certainly wouldn't be spending that much on a random eBay seller.

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        I bought the pro max 256GB from this seller when EBay had 10% off last year, but they jacked the price to $2250. I still made a small saving after the discount code though (back when discount was hard to come by for the Pro Max 256GB). It was delivered quickly with GST invoice, new and sealed just like other Aust store sellers.

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    If you are a Costco member it is worth looking at what their discount prices are for Apple stuff.

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    T-dimension has it for just under 2000.

    Are they a authorised reseller ?

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    Can you please also PM me? Eager to buy 1 too

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    Better to get this on a plan?

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    I bought the Note 9 from these guys last year. Came in a proper sealed box with gst invoice.

    It developed charging issues because of a faulty cable, and the Samsung kiosk in Chadstone had no issues honouring the warranty and issuing a replacement handset.

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    I bought my 11 Pro Max 256GB from this seller in Nov 19. Arrived quick, tax invoice included. Will buy from them again.

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    i never understood why 3 brothers always advertise their apple products with 2 yrs manufacturer warranty on their listings, is it 1 yr standard and anotehr year ACCC lol consumer law?

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      Good point. Apple iPhone warranty is 1 year. Aust Consumer Law is 2 years. Only Apple Watch Edition have 2 years factory warranty. If 3 Brothers claim 2 years factory warranty on the iPhones, it’s kind of misleading.

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    I rang Apple. These phones will be covered by 1 year no matter where it was bought world. The 3 brothers phone are safe there.

    The extra accc 1 year consumer law warranty is for phones bought in Australia off Apple. Example jbhifi , Telstra, Harvey Norman buy them from Apple Australia and sell them.
    If 3 brothers got them from elsewhere they won’t be covered. Apple says they can tell if they were bought elsewhere and won’t cover the extra year.

    3 brothers can you please confirm the extra year warranty ?

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