Samsung Galaxy Note II N7100 Smartphone 16GB White £443 Grey £440 Amazon.de - HotUKDeals
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Excellent phone and getting cheaper. Postage included in price

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1 Like #1
Good deal, but postage is not included in that price.

Also a word of warning... My bank charged me considerably more than the exchange rate I checked on XE.com
#2
Postage is included
#3
If you're in Germany it is. For UK customers it is not.

Edited By: Sparkster on Oct 26, 2012 01:27
#4
XE converter - 549 euros = 440 pounds
#5
shipping is 3.25 euros which is £2.60.
1 Like #6
They change the VAT rate too. Look at the item price. Has it changed?

Also when I purchased mine a few weeks ago it converted to £472 all in on XE, but my bank statement shows I was charged £489 + £1 international transaction fee. Like I said its a good deal but just want to let people know it will cost them a bit more than the price you've listed. Worth mentioning you obviously get a European wall charger with it. Not UK. Not a biggie but will probably affect resale price.

Edited By: Sparkster on Oct 26, 2012 01:44
#7
total cost for me was 553.62 EURO
#8
Oops I posted my address in that screenshot But my total was 557 EUR :D

Anyways its a good deal folks.. just amend the price a bit buddy.

Edited By: Sparkster on Oct 26, 2012 01:58: ...
2 Likes #9
The best phone I've ever bought hands down.
#10
I agree great phone. I got it from the o2 deal that was on here
#11
Aye. Tis a grand phone
1 Like #12
Sparkster
They change the VAT rate too. Look at the item price. Has it changed?

Also when I purchased mine a few weeks ago it converted to £472 all in on XE, but my bank statement shows I was charged £489 + £1 international transaction fee. Like I said its a good deal but just want to let people know it will cost them a bit more than the price you've listed. Worth mentioning you obviously get a European wall charger with it. Not UK. Not a biggie but will probably affect resale price.
Not if you have a card that doesnt apply international transaction fees like a Halifax Clarity, Metro Bank, etc.
#13
Amazon do convert it into pounds for you as an alternative if your card does charge a transaction fee.
banned#14
This is not 4G/LTE enabled. Is it? Thx. & Rgds.
banned#15
Thats what it cost:
http://i46.tinypic.com/358s1om.png
banned#16
Bekinpower
This is not 4G/LTE enabled. Is it? Thx. & Rgds.

What the point of LTE 4G ? Have you seen prices from EE? They are crazy, I am happy with 3G and 14mbps speeds on it :)
#17
Sparkster
If you're in Germany it is. For UK customers it is not.

good for hotgermandeals.de then

Edited By: sleepingwonder on Oct 26, 2012 11:50: gjhghjk
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#20
moggy2009
I agree great phone. I got it from the o2 deal that was on here

Is the deal still active? if so what is it?
#21
Very misleading price in the title. The real cost will be more than that and it's cheaper in simplyelectronics. Deal should be cold.
#23
Bekinpower
This is not 4G/LTE enabled. Is it? Thx. & Rgds.

I take it you haven't seen EE's joke of a price plan for 4G. If you had you wouldn't be too bothered about it!
2 Likes #24
moggy2009
XE converter - 549 euros = 440 pounds
Debit and Credit cards have totally different rate so it doesnt matter what XE says.
#25
Hot deal, but will likely get cheaper once the 4G model is launched next week. Great phone.
EE prices may be humongous, but next year they will no longer be the only provider of 4G, and prices can be expected to drop once their competitors start offering 4G.
Regardless of EE's pricing, the 4G model is more attractive to some people (myself included) for future-proofing in the longer term.
That said, if the price difference is more than £100, I will still opt for the 3G model.
#26
price seemed to be coming down quite a bit now

Edited By: Datuk on Oct 26, 2012 19:06
1 Like #27
dz1
Very misleading price in the title. The real cost will be more than that and it's cheaper in simplyelectronics. Deal should be cold.
Everything's cheaper at that site. Difference being that Amazon will actually supply one after taking your money.
#28
Xiaoda
Hot deal, but will likely get cheaper once the 4G model is launched next week. Great phone.
EE prices may be humongous, but next year they will no longer be the only provider of 4G, and prices can be expected to drop once their competitors start offering 4G.
Regardless of EE's pricing, the 4G model is more attractive to some people (myself included) for future-proofing in the longer term.
That said, if the price difference is more than £100, I will still opt for the 3G model.

Based on testing seems the LTE model has a battery life half as long as the none LTE model (3 days+ none LTE, 1 and half day LTE), so you are basically loosing a hell of a lot of electricity for a feature you might not ever use.
banned#29
Xiaoda
Hot deal, but will likely get cheaper once the 4G model is launched next week. Great phone.
EE prices may be humongous, but next year they will no longer be the only provider of 4G, and prices can be expected to drop once their competitors start offering 4G.
Regardless of EE's pricing, the 4G model is more attractive to some people (myself included) for future-proofing in the longer term.
That said, if the price difference is more than £100, I will still opt for the 3G model.

What long terms we are talking about? I am changing phones every year or so. LTE just a trick to boost sales,especially at current prices for 4G offered by EE. On T-Mobile 3G I get stable 9mbps at my home and 14mbps at workplace-more than enough for mobile usage and pay £20 for 6 months unlimited internet on pay as you go.
2 Likes #30
Don't use xe.com it's not representative of real wold transactions. If you use a Visa for payment check here http://www.visaeurope.com/en/cardholders/exchange_rates.aspx it also allows you to add a transaction fee percentage. I know my visa card is 1.9% or thereabouts. It will give you more of an accurate figure.
#31
Thanks for this - I ordered it 2 days ago from Amazon.de for 20 Euros more. Blast.

This story has a happy ending. Amazon.de were very kind and refunded me the 20 Euros difference.
#32
So as far as it comes from EUZ one, it doesn't need any kind of custom ?
#33
So as far as it comes from EUZ one, it doesn't need any kind of custom ?

no it doesn't
#34
Thanks for this - I ordered it 2 days ago from Amazon.de for 20 Euros more. Blast.

This story has a happy ending. Amazon.de were very kind and refunded me the 20 Euros difference.

Never seem to find many deals for what i want off Amazon, but have heard they have great customer service
#35
Will amazon uk square trade warranties work with products from amazon.de?
#36
I wonder if the manual is in English?
#37
I wonder if the manual is in English?

i didn't know anyone read the manual anymore X)
2 Likes #38
Datuk
I wonder if the manual is in English?

The manual is in English, but with a German accent.
#39
DonkeyPong
Datuk
I wonder if the manual is in English?

The manual is in English, but with a German accent.

and it shouts at you: "Nein, do not press das button!"
#40
@Bazspark it was showing 'out of stock due 31st' until late last night when it jumped to 'in stock' so maybe yours might be on its way now.

Note the price shown on the item shows German VAT which is 19%, when you go to checkout it jumps a bit because they apply British VAT. Confused me for a bit as it doesn't mention it.

Investigated currency exchange rates/fees... Amazon will do it for you and bill you in GBP but their rate worked out slightly higher than using my credit card which charges a 2.99% fee on top of the exchange rate.
You can get cards that don't charge a fee, and pre-pay cards that have better rates, check moneysavingexpert.

So hopefully I'm paying just under £460 all-in.

I didn't go with any of the other cheap websites as I think an EU model might be better to have than a Chinese/Asian model... although I don't know why I think that.

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