Deal: Unlocked Galaxy Note 5 $549.99 from eBay

It's that time of year once again, as the majority of us throughout the United States nurse a little too much food and a little too much drink to get up early and hit the Black Friday madness. As reports have suggested however, shopping online is preferable for a lot of people, and it certainly reduces the risk of being spotted in a YouTube compilation next time week. Black Friday is here in a big way and this year there are some excellent deals on all sorts of hardware, and this eBay Deal is no exception. The Galaxy Note 5 only launched over the summer, but already there's a great deal on offer, for an unlocked Galaxy Note 5 with 32GB of storage for just $549.99.

This is a great sales price, and is one of the lowest available on eBay or Amazon and certainly cheaper than you could get it from many carriers outright, off-contract. As of writing, the deal lists Black, Silver and Gold as colors in stock. As we said, this is for the Unlocked Galaxy Note 5, which a model number of N920i which makes this suitable for GSM networks like T-Mobile and AT&T as well as MVNOs that use these networks such as Straight Talk and others. This is a great deal, and while it's a lot of money for a smartphone, this is the cheapest the Galaxy Note 5 has been in some time and it will allow users to free themselves from contracts for the next couple of years. For those looking for a little more info, you can take a look at our review here.

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