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Galaxy S9 – Should you buy it on a plan?

Galaxy S9 – Should you buy it on a plan?

Samsung’s new Galaxy S9 and S9+ smartphones will be arriving in stores on March 16, with pre-orders opening this week, so how should you buy one? Like many premium smartphones they also come with a premium price, so buying as part of a plan with a service provider can be a good solution if you don’t want to part with[Read More…]

Samsung – Now THAT’S a Big TV

Samsung – Now THAT’S a Big TV

The largest TV screen you’ll find on sale in most retail stores is perhaps 75 or 82inches.    Make no mistake, that’s more than big enough for most rooms, but at last week’s consumer electronics show in Las Vegas, Samsung grabbed plenty of attention with their latest big screen offering. It’s called “The Wall”.  A 146inch Modular MicroLED TV that Samsung[Read More…]

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The TV That’s Also A Work of Art

When is a TV not a TV?  When it’s pretending to be a piece of Art. That’s what Samsung are doing with their latest lifestyle TV called The Frame which is designed to hang on your wall like a piece of framed artwork. Yes you can still watch your everyday TV or Netflix on The Frame TV, however it also[Read More…]

Win a 3SixT essentials pack for the Galaxy S8 Smartphone

Win a 3SixT essentials pack for the Galaxy S8 Smartphone

If you’re considering or have recently bought Samsung’s new Galaxy S8 smartphone, a good option to keep it protected and powered up is the new 3SixT essentials pack for the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus phones. This accessories pack has wall and car chargers, a high output charge and sync cable, impact resistant case, anti-scratch and smudge screen protector, a[Read More…]

Good times for 2nd hand smartphone buyers and sellers

Good times for 2nd hand smartphone buyers and sellers

Thanks to the recent release of Apple’s iPhone SE and the Galaxy S7 from Samsung it’s a great time to go shopping for a pre-loved mobile phone. eBay recently reported that Australians are stitting on an estimated $6.4 Billion in unused mobile handsets.   If you’re sitting on an old mobile phone or two it could help put some cash[Read More…]