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About Allphones

From humble beginnings as a single store in South Australia to over a hundred locations around the country, retailer Allphones has grown to be a staple for those looking to get the latest computers, phones and gadgets without going through the major chain retailers. Currently owned by fellow electronics retailer Mobileciti, Allphones offers a number of brands and models for shoppers looking to update their tech. Find out more about retail brand below, and what products are on offer.

What do Allphones sell?

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While the name implies that it only specialises in phones, Allphones deals with a variety of tech gadgets and electronics, including computers, tablets, wearable tech such as watches and fitness trackers, headphones and a variety of accessories, including chargers and adaptors. Brands available through Allphones include Apple, Asus, Bose, Fitbit, Garmin, Google, HP, JBL, LG, Motorola, Nokia, OPPO, Samsung and Sony, amongst others.

Phones available through Allphones

Beginning as a phone retailer, Allphones still offers plenty of variety for shoppers to choose from, whether you’re after big brand names or more budget-friendly options without all the bells and whistles. Here are some phone models that Allphones sell, with all models coming as unlocked products:

Computers, tablets and wearable tech available through Allphones

Expanding into tablets, laptop computers and wearable technology, Allphones currently offers a limited range of brands and models, but may be worth looking into if you’re kitting out your electronics. Computer, tablet and wearable tech available through Allphones include:

  • Apple iPad Air
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S6
  • Huawei Matebook D14 laptop
  • Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2
  • Fitbit Alta HR Activity Tracker
  • Huawei Watch GT 2E

Audio, tech and accessories available through Allphones

Expanding its range to include a number of audio, tech gadgets and phone accessories, Allphones aims to provide a wide range of brands and models to choose from to help you get the best fit for your needs. Audio, tech and accessories available through Allphones include:

  • Apple AirPods
  • Samsung Galaxy Buds
  • Sony WH-1000XM3 Wireless Headphones
  • JBL 4 Portable Speaker
  • Huawei Freebuds 3
  • Beats Solo 3
  • Bose QC35 II Wireless Headphones
  • EUFY Robovac 35C
  • DJI Mavic Air 4K Drone
  • MicroSD cards
  • Screen protectors
  • Adaptor cables

Allphones Shipping & Return Policy

Allphones delivers Australia-wide, with free delivery on orders over $100, and same day dispatch on orders finalised before 4pm, with shipping coming from Allphones’ Sydney warehouse. Express delivery is also available for those who can’t wait, with postage tracking available, and Allphones outlining general transit times and expectations for regional and metro areas on its website.

Allphones will accept ‘Change of Mind’ returns within 30 days of the original purchase date, provided that the product is unused or not yet activated, and is still in the original packaging. Allphones will provide you with a full refund, minus postage and handling fees, but don’t stress if you’ve opened the packaging, as Allphones also accepts some opened purchases, although they will apply a minimum 20% restocking fee for opened returns. Allphones additionally outlines brand warranties on its website, with transit and faulty product return information also available.

Allphones payment options

Allphones accepts payment through debit and credit cards, including MasterCard, Visa and American Express, along with PayPal for online orders and Zip Pay for those looking to break payments into more manageable amounts.

Allphones Member Account

As with most online retailers, Allphones offers a Member Account to help you store your details to make the checkout process quicker to move through, which can prove beneficial to those intending to come back for more. While you can always checkout as a guest, the Member Account also allows you to track your order and create a wishlist for potential future purchases.

Should I shop at Allphones?

While many may simply turn to the more well-known electronics retailers for all of their tech and gadget needs, smaller retailer chains such as Allphones offer plenty of competition to help you find the best fit for your needs, and your budget. However, it’s always best to look into all of your options before you ‘add to cart’, as you may find a better deal elsewhere. Additionally, as Allphones only sells unlocked mobile phones, if you’re buying a new phone, why not look into getting a new phone plan or SIM card while you’re at it? Use our comparison tool below to help find the best option for you.

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About the author of this page

Dean Heckscher

This report was written by Canstar Blue’s Content Projects Lead, Dean Heckscher. He’s our resident expert on all things automotive, health & fitness, streaming and more. Dean is also one of Canstar Blue’s customer research report producers, helping to turn complicated subjects into easily-digestible information for our readers. He’s passionate about helping consumers make better-informed purchase decisions on all manner of consumer goods and services.

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