Dick Smith's doing a slight deal on the Xperia S at the moment, chopping $20 off the suggested retail price of $579. It's not quite the $150 bargain they make it out to be, but it's still a saving of sorts. I'm just putting the finishing touches to my Xperia S review (sneak peek: It's quite a nice phone), but if you wanted it outright, this is a decent price. [DSE]
Lunchtime Deal: Sony Xperia S 32GB $555
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