Kogan is Australia’s biggest online retailer, creating and delivering tens of thousands of products, from TVs and smartphones to fitness equipment, appliances, homewares, beauty products, and more. It stocks its own Kogan products, a range of exclusive sub-brands in many industries, and the world’s biggest brands like Apple, Samsung, Canon ... Kogan also has a solid range of cheap HD TVs which could make for a good second or third TV for your household, or perhaps a first TV for a teenager. With all things considered, the Kogan website is well worth a look the next time you want to buy something new to watch Netflix on. *Prices taken from Kogan, correct as of June 2020.
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Kogan.com has a consumer rating of 1.28 stars from 271 reviews indicating that most customers are generally dissatisfied with their purchases. Consumers complaining about Kogan.com most frequently mention customer service, credit card and email address problems.
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Don't buy anything from Kogan. I purchased a Samsung Tablet. If it's Samsung should be OK. I've had many Samsung products all good. The Tablet screen Was frozen. I tried everything turned off reboot nothing fixed the problem. I called Kogan service. I suspect in Philippines. They wanted me to send pictures of frozen scene ?Please obtain Support via the Help Centre for all warranty and product support requests. These terms and conditions apply to products purchased from www.kogan.com and relate to the Kogan.com Warranty and to Extended Care. These terms and conditions do not apply to products purchased through the Kogan Marketplace directly from third party sellers.