Kogan taking iPhone 5 pre-orders, AU$100 cheaper than Apple

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Aussie electronics retailer Kogan is hoping to share some of Apple's limelight today, announcing that it will sell all three iPhone 5 SKUs at AU$100 cheaper than Apple's RRP.

Interested parties can pre-order the new smartphone from today, with the 16GB version priced at AU$699, the 32GB model at AU$799 and the 64GB handset at AU$899.

Apple announced the iPhone 5 this morning in a widely publicised keynote press event in San Francisco. The new phone retains many of the features of previous versions, but now has a larger screen and 4G network capabilities. Apple will begin taking pre-orders for its latest handset on Friday. All three of the major Aussie telcos have committed to selling the iPhone when it is released on 21 September.

Check out our iPhone 5: hands-on photo gallery here.

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honex1 posted a comment   

i want a htc one x fom kogan which is 419 dollars
it is really cheap and seems to good to be true
is it legit
supposedly it is also 32b and white
Should i buy????


brisbanevalley posted a comment   

for the uniniTIated what DOES "all three iPhone 5 SKUs' MEAN. SKU sounds good but will it hurt me?


Joseph Hanlon posted a reply   

Sorry, I should have been clearer. A SKU refers to the subtle variations in models. In regards to iPhones, I was speaking about the 3 different storage options; 16GB, 32GB and 64GB.


jaq2 posted a comment   

Is kogan.com.au a reliable /safe website to shop?


lox429 posted a reply   

They're reasonably well known - safe to buy from.

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