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sim free HTC 10 for £381.99 @ eGlobal Central

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Sim free HTC 10 for £381.99 at eglobal uk Haven't bought from them before so can't comment on reliability or trustworthiness
Elbel1 Avatar3d, 23h agoFound 3 days, 23 hours ago7 Comments
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pirate1
Based in Hong Kong I think, read the reviews on trust pilot regarding this gang before ordering


I've bought a few things from them. No probs. Arrived quickly. Would use again. But yes, they are not going to be UK models and from what I've read warranty isn't worth much. I probably would avoid claiming on it unless I absolutely had to.
You don't get an EU product and will probably not be converted by warranty here. you may well need to post back to Hong Kong if it develops a fault
Based in Hong Kong I think, read the reviews on trust pilot regarding this gang before ordering
I always lose confidence when the sites English is all over the place. They have everything you need 'in Xmas'
That's a great price imo for what is a fantastic phone, cheapest since the Summer deal at HTC for £485.
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Samsung Gear S3 SM-R760 Frontier Bluetooth Smart Watch - Black - £339.99 @ eGlobal Central

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showing as normal delivery between 6-8 working days so call it two weeks so I guess thats in time for xmas and its in stock and on top of that actually cheaper than every where else I can find by £10!…
Mr_G13 Avatar5d, 12h agoFound 5 days, 12 hours ago14 Comments
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CromeX
a little cautious from Asian versions.. they can be alot different to usa and eu as google is not allowed in China.. so the os is coded with alternatives..
would love to know more

Surely this would be ok as its run on Tizen software not android AKA Google?!


​sort of yeah... :-)...
CromeX
a little cautious from Asian versions.. they can be alot different to usa and eu as google is not allowed in China.. so the os is coded with alternatives..
would love to know more

Surely this would be ok as its run on Tizen software not android AKA Google?!
a little cautious from Asian versions.. they can be alot different to usa and eu as google is not allowed in China.. so the os is coded with alternatives..

would love to know more
srp111
paypal are a git to get money back off. so I would use a credit card through PayPal. double bubble :D


​If you use a credit card through PayPal then the normal card cover dose not apply. Cover only applies when used directly. Some have fallen foul to this rule with holidays and goods were paid using credit card and PayPal. That's what I understand to be correct?
I keep checking Samsung website for stock, shame no where else reputable does it
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Samsung Gear S2 SM-R720 Sport Smart Watch - White £149.99 @ eGlobal Central

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never tried this site before but it gives free delivery and then also seems to have it a lot cheaper than elsewhere at the moment and with them just releasing loads of new features and the S3 Frontier…
Mr_G13 Avatar5d, 13h agoFound 5 days, 13 hours ago8 Comments
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eglobal has been around for a long time.
As with any HK based online store, you take a certain amount of risk compared to buying one locally but it's a legit store.
I bought my S7 Edge off that site, no problems
burnleymik
It's not UK based according to Trust Pilot. I would be very cautious about purchasing here. https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/eglobalcentral.co.uk
Registrant:
Cosmax Corporation Limited
Registrant type:
Non-UK Corporation
Registrant's address:
Office Unit A, 8th Floor, China Harbour Building,
370-374 Kings Road, North Point, Hong Kong
KLN
852
852
Hong Kong

This may help people make a decision :)

http://www.hotukdeals.com/ask/anyone-used-eglobal-central-1965084?page=5#comments
It's not UK based according to Trust Pilot. I would be very cautious about purchasing here.

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/eglobalcentral.co.uk

Registrant:
Cosmax Corporation Limited

Registrant type:
Non-UK Corporation

Registrant's address:
Office Unit A, 8th Floor, China Harbour Building,
370-374 Kings Road, North Point, Hong Kong
KLN
852
852
Hong Kong


Edited By: burnleymik on Dec 05, 2016 20:31
Ouch ! you wouldn't would you ?
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Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 64GB Dual Sim 4G LTE SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED £149.99 @ Eglobal Central

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After recently viewing and looking at the Redmi Note 3 Pro which is £129.99, I found out that this phone is significantly higher speced The specs include a Deca Core 2.1ghz processor which has gre…
hamzahuk Avatar6d, 8h agoFound 6 days, 8 hours ago44 Comments
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lukec36

But fair enough if it is enough to put people off. I was just suggesting that 4G may be more of a want than a need :)
This is my general opinion on phones at the moment.
Better batteries and cameras are highest on my priority list.
Octo-core processors, 4+GB RAM, 4G data, 4K screens, millimetres thinner...yet the phones do pretty much the same thing as they did years ago. At the moment specifications seem to be surplus to requirements, but phone manufacturers need something new to sell...
Better batteries right imo, should be no.1 priority. If somehow they make a phone that has a really strong power supply (enough for 2 days of heavy usage) I will pay a good amount for that. But one thing they need to STOP is making these phones battery built in, this was one of the main reasons I stuck with my S3 for soo long and decided now to upgrade due to the LCD breaking.
lukec36

But fair enough if it is enough to put people off. I was just suggesting that 4G may be more of a want than a need :)
This is my general opinion on phones at the moment.
Better batteries and cameras are highest on my priority list.
Octo-core processors, 4+GB RAM, 4G data, 4K screens, millimetres thinner...yet the phones do pretty much the same thing as they did years ago. At the moment specifications seem to be surplus to requirements, but phone manufacturers need something new to sell...
cecilmcroberts
hamzahuk
cecilmcroberts
rev6
Great but again no band 20 :(
​Think most people appear to be over looking this rather major issue! http://www.4g.co.uk/4g-frequencies-uk-need-know/
So does that mean this phone wont be able to connect on some networks...
​Yes. Read the link and it explains which networks along with what the band 20 means for those networks like EE who use more than one band.
Coming from someone who uses a 3G-only MotoG 2 this really isn't an issue to me. I only ever stream HD content over WiFI, 3G is more than adequate for everything else. Seems like a decent upgrade.
finbaar
lukec36
And for people worried about no band 20, ask yourself how much impact that would really make to your life...
If you are on VF or O2 (or a VMNO that uses them and offers 4G) then I can see why people are bothered. If you are on Three or EE, then no, it wont make a difference. EE are only rolling out B20 now and Three have rolled out B20 "supervoice" but only in a very limited way. My unbranded Galaxy S7E does get it but when I put my sim in my wife's G4 it doesn't. Even if this had a B20 radio I can guarantee it wouldn't work on Three.

Oh, and I haven't been impressed with Three "supervoice" anyway.


​I'm on Vodafone and can get 4G in most places but admittedly I rarely venture to rural areas. But even still you're going to be able to get 3G/H/H+ in most places and unless you're trying to stream video in HD on your mobile I don't see what difference it really makes. General browsing, social media updates and even streaming audio won't feel too much 'better' on 4G compared to 3G/H/H+.

But fair enough if it is enough to put people off. I was just suggesting that 4G may be more of a want than a need :)
finbaar
lukec36
And for people worried about no band 20, ask yourself how much impact that would really make to your life...
If you are on VF or O2 (or a VMNO that uses them and offers 4G) then I can see why people are bothered. If you are on Three or EE, then no, it wont make a difference. EE are only rolling out B20 now and Three have rolled out B20 "supervoice" but only in a very limited way. My unbranded Galaxy S7E does get it but when I put my sim in my wife's G4 it doesn't. Even if this had a B20 radio I can guarantee it wouldn't work on Three.

Oh, and I haven't been impressed with Three "supervoice" anyway.


​I'm on Vodafone and can get 4G in most places but admittedly I rarely venture to rural areas. But even still you're going to be able to get 3G/H/H+ in most places and unless you're trying to stream in HD on your mobile I don't see what difference it really makes. General browsing, social media updates and even streaming audio won't feel too much 'better' on 4G compared to 3G/H/H+.

But fair enough if it is enough to put people off. I was just suggesting that 4G may be more of a want than a need :)
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nia112001
bilbob
IIRC eglobalcentral are one of the shippers who take ages, ship from abroad, and will undoubtedly provoke warranty issues as they ship you a far eastern handset...
I don't think this will get very warm...
​I got my girlfriend and s6 edge from eglobalcentral and it arrived within 5 working days and it's been working great... Cheapest I could find
Great way to get a girlfriend, just not so sure about the phone ;)


​yeah they do great girlfriends!
nia112001
bilbob
IIRC eglobalcentral are one of the shippers who take ages, ship from abroad, and will undoubtedly provoke warranty issues as they ship you a far eastern handset...
I don't think this will get very warm...
​I got my girlfriend and s6 edge from eglobalcentral and it arrived within 5 working days and it's been working great... Cheapest I could find
Great way to get a girlfriend, just not so sure about the phone ;)
bilbob
IIRC eglobalcentral are one of the shippers who take ages, ship from abroad, and will undoubtedly provoke warranty issues as they ship you a far eastern handset...

I don't think this will get very warm...


​I got my girlfriend and s6 edge from eglobalcentral and it arrived within 5 working days and it's been working great... Cheapest I could find
loofer
jackthabiskit
Bit strange why they would make a dual sim in which the 2nd sim uses the sd card slot
save space I assume and possibly production costs too. Every mm counts


Yeah i guess so, unless samsung introduce a revolutionary sim and sd card in one lol
TwentyTwo
loofer
when is stock, you can get a Grade A refurbished version from O2 (on a Refresh deal) for £350 for the edge and £300 for non Edge version
Stupidly, you cannot buy the dual sim version of Samsung phones in this country.

It's also a shame you have to melt a simcard and glue it to the back of an sdcard to use dual sim and expand the storage.
Is that a real hack? how does it read both the 2nd SIM and SD card?
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Apple iPad Pro 9.7" 128GB Wi-Fi £549.99 Space Grey eglobalcentral +4.4% quidco

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Looks to be a good price in comparison to other places Quidco also offer 4.4% cashback on http://www.quidco.com/eglobal-central-uk/?st=eglo&tr=9641&fn=home&fr=multiple&si=583d48ac78d2c&sv=4-MS
mcsmik Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago6 Comments
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Awful company, please don't take this kind of risk with your hard earned money guys
Is it new?
I used this company and they were perfect lol. Delivery literally took 8 days.
mcav
I thought you were not allowed to post links for this site?
didn't hear about that before. Yea the reviews don't look amazing by the looks of it...
I thought you were not allowed to post links for this site?
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New Samsung Gear S2 Classic £191.99 @ eglobalcentral

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Great price on this watch, cheapest I have found.
marco1993 Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago10 Comments
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it's ok found it, man that was a long subscription process
PAULTRD
thedaman
PAULTRD
You can get an S3 for £175
where? lol
Someone reported as spam... Not spam at all. Ive used the insiders for years. Doesnt take much research to see they are a real company doing market research. Limited to the first 300 though. https://www.theinsiders.eu/campaigns/info/14/13844/samsunggears3.htm

thanks for this, i've joined the site, how do i subscribe to the campaign?
PAULTRD
thedaman
PAULTRD
thedaman
PAULTRD
thedaman
PAULTRD
You can get an S3 for £175
where? lol
Someone reported as spam... Not spam at all. Ive used the insiders for years. Doesnt take much research to see they are a real company doing market research. Limited to the first 300 though. https://www.theinsiders.eu/campaigns/info/14/13844/samsunggears3.htm
I signed up for it, if I were to get the product, how active do you have to be on social media about it? Is it an amount that would justify saving £175?
Actually I've never bothered doing anything on social media (but don't tell them) haha. You are asked to go and comment about what you think of it and perhaps convo's you may have had about it on their website which I do a few times. I think the more you do, the more likely you will be to be accepted for some of the free products they offer, so if you are not bothered about future offers do as little as possible.
Ah ok, so it isn't a situation where as, if I don't make enough posts about the product they can decide to charge me full price?
No they can't do that. If you are worried you can put £175 on a prepaid credit card and that way they couldn't take any more even if they wanted to :-) but I've never had a problem. They offered me a huge food mixer thing a few months ago for free with the proviso I host a dinner party for 10 people... Not that I'm anti social but I politely refused haha.


Haha fair enough then, I'll see if I get accepted :)
thedaman
PAULTRD
thedaman
PAULTRD
thedaman
PAULTRD
You can get an S3 for £175
where? lol
Someone reported as spam... Not spam at all. Ive used the insiders for years. Doesnt take much research to see they are a real company doing market research. Limited to the first 300 though. https://www.theinsiders.eu/campaigns/info/14/13844/samsunggears3.htm
I signed up for it, if I were to get the product, how active do you have to be on social media about it? Is it an amount that would justify saving £175?
Actually I've never bothered doing anything on social media (but don't tell them) haha. You are asked to go and comment about what you think of it and perhaps convo's you may have had about it on their website which I do a few times. I think the more you do, the more likely you will be to be accepted for some of the free products they offer, so if you are not bothered about future offers do as little as possible.
Ah ok, so it isn't a situation where as, if I don't make enough posts about the product they can decide to charge me full price?
No they can't do that. If you are worried you can put £175 on a prepaid credit card and that way they couldn't take any more even if they wanted to :-) but I've never had a problem. They offered me a huge food mixer thing a few months ago for free with the proviso I host a dinner party for 10 people... Not that I'm anti social but I politely refused haha.
PAULTRD
thedaman
PAULTRD
thedaman
PAULTRD
You can get an S3 for £175
where? lol
Someone reported as spam... Not spam at all. Ive used the insiders for years. Doesnt take much research to see they are a real company doing market research. Limited to the first 300 though. https://www.theinsiders.eu/campaigns/info/14/13844/samsunggears3.htm
I signed up for it, if I were to get the product, how active do you have to be on social media about it? Is it an amount that would justify saving £175?
Actually I've never bothered doing anything on social media (but don't tell them) haha. You are asked to go and comment about what you think of it and perhaps convo's you may have had about it on their website which I do a few times. I think the more you do, the more likely you will be to be accepted for some of the free products they offer, so if you are not bothered about future offers do as little as possible.

Ah ok, so it isn't a situation where as, if I don't make enough posts about the product they can decide to charge me full price?
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JBL PULSE 2 BLACK/SILVER £124.99 @ eGlobal central

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JBL PULSE 2 cheapest found Down from £170.00 to £124.99 @ E GLOBAL CENTRAL. Great saving especially as its on the daughters hit list!!
haz47 Avatar2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago2 Comments
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nikos
They are based in hong kong..
All is good arrived within two days no problems whatsoever, 100 % genuine :-)
They are based in hong kong..
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Seiko SKX009K2 Watch - £165.99 - eGlobal Central UK

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Another classic Seiko watch. A very low price considering it comes with the bracelet too. You'd typically pay more for this on Amazon for the same watch with a rubber strap. Edit: Gone from £166.99…
DonkeyPong Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago9 Comments
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ct89
cirian1975
I paid £135 for mine 2 years direct from Japan and that was after getting clobbered for VAT and the £13.50 handling charge
​Where did you buy it if you don't mind me asking?


http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/seiko3s/
cirian1975
I paid £135 for mine 2 years direct from Japan and that was after getting clobbered for VAT and the £13.50 handling charge


​Where did you buy it if you don't mind me asking?
DonkeyPong
cirian1975
I paid £135 for mine 2 years direct from Japan and that was after getting clobbered for VAT and the £13.50 handling charge
You did well! It's a shame we can't jump back two years!

or just 4 months to 22nd June
cirian1975
I paid £135 for mine 2 years direct from Japan and that was after getting clobbered for VAT and the £13.50 handling charge

You did well! It's a shame we can't jump back two years!
It is £100 more on Amazon so seems a good deal to me.
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Seiko SKX007K1 Watch - eGlobal Central UK £149.99

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A classic from the Seiko range. Hasn't been around the £150 mark for quite some time. If you're lucky you might be able to pick it up on Amazon for £160 but the price jumps around all the time dependi…
DonkeyPong Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago2 Comments
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thekanester
Good price for this - Amazon is over £170 for this right now. Nice looking watch, and if you want to go Bond, just get a nice Nato strap for it, too for around £10-15.
However, it's showing up as £161.99 for me.

Unfortunately it does appear to have jumped from £149.99 to £161.99.
Good price for this - Amazon is over £170 for this right now. Nice looking watch, and if you want to go Bond, just get a nice Nato strap for it, too for around £10-15.

However, it's showing up as £161.99 for me.
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Asus Zenfone 3 Deluxe ZS570Kl £469.99 eglobalcentral

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Better than Op3 as got micro sd slot. Better camera. Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 and Asus quality and updates.
sam_of_london Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago31 Comments
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Rip off. Poor support and build quality. Ice cold.
lukec36
djames108
considering the very attractive price range the zenfone 2 was when it was released this seems wildly overpriced. I paid a little over £200 for the top spec zf2 on release which was considered a flagship device. Now there wanting double....

It's a shame, now my eye is on the Redmi note 4 sorry Asus 8)


​Same business model as Honor. Release cheap flagship, build up fan base, release (better) follow up phone but comparatively much more expensive


​There is no comparison between this and Huawei Honor. Huawei use their own cheap and rubbish Kirin cpu which is in comparison with Qualcomm snapdragon 820 inside this phone. Qualcomm has best cpu, gpu and modem in Snapdragon 820.
djames108
considering the very attractive price range the zenfone 2 was when it was released this seems wildly overpriced. I paid a little over £200 for the top spec zf2 on release which was considered a flagship device. Now there wanting double....

It's a shame, now my eye is on the Redmi note 4 sorry Asus 8)


​Same business model as Honor. Release cheap flagship, build up fan base, release (better) follow up phone but comparatively much more expensive
SilverBlack
sam_of_london
SilverBlack
Far too much to pay for a chinese phone with warranty in China.
I wonder if it will appear in the UK under a network same as OP3.
​Asus have a presence in UK unlike One plus 3. ASUS have been selling Asus computers and peripherals for so many years in UK and Europe . It is UK model and comes with UK warranty unlike One plus 3 where you have to send it to China. Just get your facts right.

Em your deal is from a chinese company in china so the warranty is over there.
Where can i buy it in the UK ?


​I have bought before from both one plus and egobal. While the one plus was posted from China, eglobal was posted from UK. One plus 3 model sold in UK is the same model sold in Asia so comes with TDD LTE B38, B40 bands which are prohibited in UK. In UK we only use FDD Lte so One plus 3 wastes battery power on TDD Lte bands which are not even in use in UK.
sam_of_london
SilverBlack
Far too much to pay for a chinese phone with warranty in China.
I wonder if it will appear in the UK under a network same as OP3.
​Asus have a presence in UK unlike One plus 3. ASUS have been selling Asus computers and peripherals for so many years in UK and Europe . It is UK model and comes with UK warranty unlike One plus 3 where you have to send it to China. Just get your facts right.

Em your deal is from a chinese company in china so the warranty is over there.
Where can i buy it in the UK ?
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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Handset only - £448.99 @ eGlobal Central

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Hi I am looking for samsung galaxy s7 edge handset without any contract, and just came across this deal. Does anybody know about this website, and is handset is same as selling for full price around £…
ca6fil Avatar2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago19 Comments
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shrutibali10
Hi
Please DO NOT BUY from this company. They are big time CHEATERS.
If you still use this company, please be aware that the item might work just for 1 month and as soon the return period is over the item can start giving issues.
Its a TERRIBLE and FRUSTRATING experience to deal with their customer service.
I ordered a cell phone from them. The phone started giving problem just 2 days after a month. I contacted them and they asked me to send them the phone so that they can repair. As it was 2 days over 30 days period, they told that they wont refund my money but will repair it.
I received an email from them after around 2 weeks that the phone has a problem and they are working to fix it. Received my cell phone after a month (already lost around 2 months in all this). Restarted it and got the same problem immediately. so emailed them back and again they asked to send the phone back. Sent them the phone and again received an email from them after 2 weeks that the phone has a manufacturing defect and they are working on it and will take around 5-8 weeks.
Already I have lost around 4 months in all this and now if they take another 5 to 8 weeks, I will lose another 2 months. I have not used the phone for even a month. and they know very well that the phone has a manufacturing issue so they should be giving me a new replacement of my phone or my money back.
After me sending them multiple emails THEY offered me a replacement with SOME USED PHONE of some other brand. If I would be interested in taking a used phone, I would have bought a used phone for much cheaper. This is ridiculous.
How is it expected that I do not need my phone for 5 months. This company is a real cheat. This whole drama started since April 2016. Their warranty period is for a year. I think they will pass time like this for another couple of months and then say that the warranty is over. I did a mistake by buying from this company. The phone actually gave a problem just the day I started using but as it was my birthday gift, I opened the phone on my birthday (which was by my bad luck 32 days after my wife received the phone)
If you still buy, be prepared to waste your money as the ITEM MIGHT WORK FOR JUST 1 MONTH AND AS SOON AS THE RETURN PERIOD IS OVER, THE ITEM will START GIVING ISSUES.
Note: This is my personal experience with this company.

1 in a 1 000 000

Feel sorry for you!
I have spent over £14K with these guys- not a single problem...
Hi
Please DO NOT BUY from this company. They are big time CHEATERS.
If you still use this company, please be aware that the item might work just for 1 month and as soon the return period is over the item can start giving issues.
Its a TERRIBLE and FRUSTRATING experience to deal with their customer service.

I ordered a cell phone from them. The phone started giving problem just 2 days after a month. I contacted them and they asked me to send them the phone so that they can repair. As it was 2 days over 30 days period, they told that they wont refund my money but will repair it.
I received an email from them after around 2 weeks that the phone has a problem and they are working to fix it. Received my cell phone after a month (already lost around 2 months in all this). Restarted it and got the same problem immediately. so emailed them back and again they asked to send the phone back. Sent them the phone and again received an email from them after 2 weeks that the phone has a manufacturing defect and they are working on it and will take around 5-8 weeks.
Already I have lost around 4 months in all this and now if they take another 5 to 8 weeks, I will lose another 2 months. I have not used the phone for even a month. and they know very well that the phone has a manufacturing issue so they should be giving me a new replacement of my phone or my money back.
After me sending them multiple emails THEY offered me a replacement with SOME USED PHONE of some other brand. If I would be interested in taking a used phone, I would have bought a used phone for much cheaper. This is ridiculous.
How is it expected that I do not need my phone for 5 months. This company is a real cheat. This whole drama started since April 2016. Their warranty period is for a year. I think they will pass time like this for another couple of months and then say that the warranty is over. I did a mistake by buying from this company. The phone actually gave a problem just the day I started using but as it was my birthday gift, I opened the phone on my birthday (which was by my bad luck 32 days after my wife received the phone)

If you still buy, be prepared to waste your money as the ITEM MIGHT WORK FOR JUST 1 MONTH AND AS SOON AS THE RETURN PERIOD IS OVER, THE ITEM will START GIVING ISSUES.

Note: This is my personal experience with this company.
Rimi
Using this site for many purchases and all is fine. Fast delivery and no duty to pay. Warranty is different matter, but never ever had any problems with items.

Exactly the same experience here. Never had to test warranty, fortunately.
Wouldn't hesitate to buy from these guys again. Good comms too.
one thing I can say is they always turn up fast within five working days always and may even be stocked in UK some items.pay with PayPal for safety.it is more risky buying off these people rather than Amazon or UK retailers but then you get cheaper price.pros and cons
Pondlife
As a counterpoint to these glowing references I'd point to trustpilot with numerous shocking reviews and statement on top that the company have tried to suppress criticism unfairly.https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/eglobalcentral.co.uk
And a hukd thread with loads of issueshttp://www.hotukdeals.com/ask/anyone-used-eglobal-central-1965084


Thats a crap!!! As said, bought over 200+ items from them-not a single problem!
These reviews are just made for money and therefore not reflect reality!
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Garmin fenix 3 hr £354.99 @ Eglobal Central

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First post so bear with me.. Garmin fenix 3 hr which is the one with built in heart rate monitor. I've been looking for one of these for a while and this is by far the best price I've seen. Fr…
dazza1112 Avatar3m, 2d agoFound 3 months, 2 days ago13 Comments
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dazza1112
The only thing really bugging me at the moment is the grey bezel is very easy to scratch
Try not to worry about it. It's a tech watch. So it will go out of date much quicker than an actual timepiece.
The only thing really bugging me at the moment is the grey bezel is very easy to scratch
dazza1112
The hr sensor seems to work really well
I'm still really uncertain on keeping mine!
The watch itself is amazing, but was the HR worth it?
Considering I paid £345 when I can get a standard for £270, or £300 with the HR strap that would work better in exercises.
The sapphire glass is making it difficult too!
The hr sensor seems to work really well
dazza1112
It arrived on Wednesday. Really pleased with it. The box says Asian version but no problems with it at all. Probably still too expensive. I would say £250 would be about right

How are you finding the HR sensor.
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JBL Charge 3 Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker £114.99 @ eglobalcentral.co.uk

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Highly rated, portable Bluetooth speaker rrp £149. Also available in grey or teal for the same price. Red and blue are a few quid more. Interesting video comparison to bose here: https://www.you…
brumtom Avatar3m, 5d agoFound 3 months, 5 days ago5 Comments
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Don't take this the wrong way I don't want to scare you, but it's not just about the initial order. If you end up with a fault and need to deal with them about then you might run into problems. I noticed a number of the Trustpilot reviews mention this sort of problem.

Best of luck though, I hope your speaker works well for many years.
well i guess i was lucky. Ordered, paid by paypal, delivered 5 days later by DPD. Perfect.
Because the company selling it has awful customer service (check Trustpilot) and are not based in the UK. They charge restocking fees and all sorts of stuff, very shonky.
no idea
Why is this cold?
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Samsung Gear S2 Classic Black - £219.99 @ eglobalcentral

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Just come across this whilst searching for one of my own. Seems like a great deal and currently you are able to get £5 off for referring a friend. Seems something simple to do if you have got a second…
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so does anyone think eglobalcentral.co.uk is 'ok' ie for me to purchase a total of £412 ?
​Personally I wouldn't risk it on something that expensive. Don't get me wrong I'm pretty certain it would arrive but they tend to dispatch from outside of the EU so you could be subject to tax on top of that and I really wouldn't want to test them honouring their warranty, returns, refunds etc

Thank you very much for your candid advice...appreciated, i will not risk it then :)
rasdonny
so does anyone think eglobalcentral.co.uk is 'ok' ie for me to purchase a total of £412 ?


​Personally I wouldn't risk it on something that expensive. Don't get me wrong I'm pretty certain it would arrive but they tend to dispatch from outside of the EU so you could be subject to tax on top of that and I really wouldn't want to test them honouring their warranty, returns, refunds etc
so does anyone think eglobalcentral.co.uk is 'ok' ie for me to purchase a total of £412 ?
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samsung s7 edge 32 gig £471.99 @ E global central

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new s7 edge 32 gig 471.99
robertadamson Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago19 Comments
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​​currys ebay store, I've never had any problems with service afterwards, they currently have a silver s7 edge at 475 with a missing sim tray pin and missing otg adaptor

I have used currys ebay as the main source of phones for my family for over two years now. Goods always arrive fast and in good condition. Only had one warranty problem and they quickly sorted it out. They generally price their phones close to what smartfonestore.com is asking but absolute bargains do crop up from time to time. In June i stumbled across a the last few of a batch of 15 black S7 edge 32GB phones going for £409. They all went in less than an hour - some **** bought six. Mine arrived in mint condition, in its original box with unused accessories. Just a question of patience and timing.
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I have found Chinese sellers on eBay with a UK warehouse to be absolutely brilliant on terms of repairs.
Case 1: THL 2015, 1 year warranty, 5 months down the line the battery nearly blew up, contacted the seller, nothing, tried for a week, nothing. Opened up a case of PayPal, the seller never responded, full refund via PayPal due to no response from seller.
Case 2: Elephone p6000 pro, 1 year warranty, 6 months down the line it stops charging. Contacted seller, they said get it repaired and send us the bill. Me being bone idle simple said my local phone shop would not fix as its Chinese, they then exchanged the unit for a brand new one.
Now Samsung.
Case 1: Faffed getting my S5 booked in for repair, charging port broken. Finally get it sent to them. A week later it arrived back at my door unrepaired. Apparently the charging port was corroded, and they wouldn't fix.
Case 2: My Samsung TV has clouding in the middle. Samsung only offer 1 year warranty on a T bloody V.
all in all I prefer the Chinese sellers

May I ask who the seller/sellers were because I'm considering a xiaomi redmi 3/3s and the wife says no because it is Chinese and as a result, a pointless warranty as it costs a fortune to return to China. Would be interested in checking out these UK warranty type sellers of Chinese phones.

Thanks in advance, Ian.


​mobileskingdom on eBay were the seller that I have had no issues from and were very helpful. They havnt got any redmi note 3s though, I've been after one too as my p8000s screen has taken a severe beating
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eGlobalCentral, oh boy. You're going to really want to stay away from these crooks.
Check their trust pilot. You'll most likely get your product, that's cool. The drama thereafter, do not send your phone in for repair.
They kept my phone for 6 weeks, said it wasn't fault despite some serious screen burn on my screen then they held it hostage.
I had just exceeding my 180 days Paypal cover. This has to be my worst-experience in 14 years of e-shopping.

Do you think Samsung UK is any better?
Galaxy S6 bent, but working. Not a single mark on the phone.
Samsung (Anovo) refuse to repair under warranty as they claim it is physical damage and it is not covered.
Quote £200 for a repair.
Send it in back in worse condition and not working.
UPS picks up and Anovo and USP deny liability.
Anovo then claim the £200 quote was an error and the phone was beyond economical repair.
Really?
Samsung's website shows the phone takes 50kg/f to bend and even in a back pocket would exert 30kg/f. It cannot bend. How did the phone bend without a single mark?
Samsung support is the worst I have ever come across.





​Why are you comparing an online retailer to a mobile phone company? Common sense made no reference to Samsung.
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robertadamson
dark_shadow
eGlobalCentral, oh boy. You're going to really want to stay away from these crooks.

Check their trust pilot. You'll most likely get your product, that's cool. The drama thereafter, do not send your phone in for repair.

They kept my phone for 6 weeks, said it wasn't fault despite some serious screen burn on my screen then they held it hostage.

I had just exceeding my 180 days Paypal cover. This has to be my worst-experience in 14 years of e-shopping.


​is their somewhere else i can get an edge for a decent price?


​i don't understand why people look to get an s7 edge from dubious sellers rather than getting phones like the oneplus 3 which can almost match these phones for a lot cheaper and from official vendors. any differences in spec will barely be noticeable and isn't worth the extra £ or risk IMO.


​Simple. One Plus 3 has no microSD slot X)
MrClifford
I have found Chinese sellers on eBay with a UK warehouse to be absolutely brilliant on terms of repairs.

Case 1: THL 2015, 1 year warranty, 5 months down the line the battery nearly blew up, contacted the seller, nothing, tried for a week, nothing. Opened up a case of PayPal, the seller never responded, full refund via PayPal due to no response from seller.

Case 2: Elephone p6000 pro, 1 year warranty, 6 months down the line it stops charging. Contacted seller, they said get it repaired and send us the bill. Me being bone idle simple said my local phone shop would not fix as its Chinese, they then exchanged the unit for a brand new one.

Now Samsung.

Case 1: Faffed getting my S5 booked in for repair, charging port broken. Finally get it sent to them. A week later it arrived back at my door unrepaired. Apparently the charging port was corroded, and they wouldn't fix.

Case 2: My Samsung TV has clouding in the middle. Samsung only offer 1 year warranty on a T bloody V.

all in all I prefer the Chinese sellers


​I've found Samsung to be great. My Note 4 has been in for repair twice, and both times back within 4 days. They even swapped my battery which failed testing.
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LG Google Nexus 5X 32GB 4G LTE SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - White £202.99 @ eGlobal Central

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not more to say, a good phone at a little over £200. Must have :) PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS - Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS - 32GB Internal storage - 2GB RAM - NFC
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very bad company https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/eglobalcentral.co.uk

really the company should be blacklisted for being bad and making lies that they in uk when they not

Edited By: accyuklad on Aug 19, 2016 09:48
they based in france according to ebay as they on there aswell

Edited By: accyuklad on Aug 19, 2016 09:47
£235 from Amazon (fulfilled by them) and with flubit may end up cheaper than this - and will then have a proper warranty.
Nexus 5 2016 incoming. Just a heads up.
Good price, but the problem with these deals is no warranty. Because it's not a EU handset, you have no warranty protection. Now this wouldn't be a issue if the 3rd party your buying of had a good warranty services in place. But shipping back to China for issues with your handset is not a option.
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jbl charge 3 teal £114.99 delivered @ Eglobal Central

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get £5 discount using Chkout5 if discount stopped working its £119
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pew41
company is not located in the uk.......shocking return fees.
avoid

Hmmm, thanks for the info. Probably best I give this a swerve!
company is not located in the uk.......shocking return fees.

avoid
I'm very happy with my jbl flip. Haven't read reviews on this one but is bigger and guessing better in audio sense. Not sure about this as a good price for what you get
i never tried them either
Trustpilot reviews for this company don't inspire confidence, so I'd be a bit wary.

Anyone got any views? Good price for this item, but not if there's possible future hassle if things go wrong.
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Got £47 on sainsbury online (sold for £65) . Use code for first time online shopping £18 off if you spend above £60. Bargain price!!


Code SCSEXTXAM (must be the first online shopping or with new account)
Got £47 on sainsbury online (sold for £65) . Use code for first time online shopping £18 off if you spend above £60. Bargain price!!
it seems the company is france http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/JBL-Flip-3-Portable-Bluetooth-Speaker-Black-/121906080452?_trksid=p2141725.m3641.l6368 says on there lieing company your best bet is pay the £80 at currys

also the sony xb3 is a better speaker this this but I think they like £100 still

also charge 3 is the new best speaker so for but they £120 new
How much is the normal price of this speaker? and anyone have tried this before...
maybe as in rain it can be used in but might be wrong
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Huawei Google Nexus 6P 32GB 4G LTE SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Black - £329.99 eglobalcentral

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Best price I have seen recently. I am sure you guys will let me know if you have seen it brand new cheaper anywhere else. Only in black. But don't know how good the company is to deal with? Anyone
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be careful make sure it has the UK bands on it as I almost bought a Nexus 5x from them but it was the Hong Kong version which didn't have any UK 4g
Can i pick it brains, as I'm looking for a 6p soon?
So any 4g phone will work in the UK including 4g LTE? But if only LTE then no? Thanks
Bit more complicated than that :-/ , you have to find a phone that has LTE bands 7, 3, 20 . a lot of phones tend to have 7,3 but if you use o2 you need band 20
Aahh, so the phone I'm looking at states 4g and LTE with all those numbers and more however if it only said LTE but had those important numbers included I'd be good to go receiving 4g etc? Learning something new here, thanks
yeah 4G and LTE are the same thing, as long as it has those bands saying either 4G or LTE it will work fine :-)
jayd95
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jayd95
be careful make sure it has the UK bands on it as I almost bought a Nexus 5x from them but it was the Hong Kong version which didn't have any UK 4g
Can i pick it brains, as I'm looking for a 6p soon?
So any 4g phone will work in the UK including 4g LTE? But if only LTE then no? Thanks
Bit more complicated than that :-/ , you have to find a phone that has LTE bands 7, 3, 20 . a lot of phones tend to have 7,3 but if you use o2 you need band 20
Aahh, so the phone I'm looking at states 4g and LTE with all those numbers and more however if it only said LTE but had those important numbers included I'd be good to go receiving 4g etc? Learning something new here, thanks
Typey1
jayd95
be careful make sure it has the UK bands on it as I almost bought a Nexus 5x from them but it was the Hong Kong version which didn't have any UK 4g
Can i pick it brains, as I'm looking for a 6p soon?
So any 4g phone will work in the UK including 4g LTE? But if only LTE then no? Thanks
Bit more complicated than that :-/ , you have to find a phone that has LTE bands 7, 3, 20 . a lot of phones tend to have 7,3 but if you use o2 you need band 20
I opened an rma beginning of August still waiting on my refund
jayd95
be careful make sure it has the UK bands on it as I almost bought a Nexus 5x from them but it was the Hong Kong version which didn't have any UK 4g
Can i pick it brains, as I'm looking for a 6p soon?
So any 4g phone will work in the UK including 4g LTE? But if only LTE then no? Thanks