how much does 32g sd card cost in south africa


If you’re looking for a reliable and affordable SD card for your camera or other device, you’ll be glad to know that 32g SD cards are widely available in South Africa. Prices for these cards can vary depending on the brand and where you purchase them, but you can expect to pay around R500 for a good quality card.

If you’re planning on using your SD card for high-definition video or photography, you’ll need to make sure that you choose a card with a high storage capacity like 32g. This will ensure that you have plenty of space for all your files.

When it comes to purchasing an SD card, it’s important to shop around and compare prices. You can find good deals on 32g SD cards at many online retailers. Be sure to read customer reviews before making your purchase to ensure that you’re getting a quality product.

In South Africa, a 32GB SD card will cost you around R700. This is about £32. To put this into perspective, a 32GB SD card in the UK will cost you around £20. So, if you are looking to buy a 32GB SD card while you are in South Africa, you can expect to pay a bit more than you would at home.


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