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Xiaomi Mi Max Official Global Version 3GB 32GB Gold/Silver £147.00 @ Aliexpress

£147.00 @ Ali Express
Under £150 you cannot go wrong, cheapest its been on Aliexpress. If you order via mobile browser (not mobile app) extra cost of warranty is not added Read More
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
Under £150 you cannot go wrong, cheapest its been on Aliexpress.
If you order via mobile browser (not mobile app) extra cost of warranty is not added
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
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Some people are just clicking cold button without any clue what they are voting for.

The same phone has got over 745 points @ Xiaomi Mi Max 3GB 32GB Silver/gold international edition at Geekbuying - £148.96
#2
I've voted hot but have learnt to my cost the risks of buying phones from China. My Ulefone Vienna went kaput after 3 months and the cost of returning it meant it wasn't worth the hassle. That said it was the 3rd China phone I've had and the first with any issues.
#3
mser
I made a comment in another thread about geekbuying vote manipulation. Exact same price as GeekBuying yet this receives minus votes and that recieves 700+ heat. A bit wierd if you ask me.Exact same deal 700+ heat :|
Check out post #359

I think you have a bit of a confirmation bias. This is the 3rd comment of yours I've seen today, each mentioning your thoughts on Geekbuying. The Redmi 4A deal which you posted on, is the cheapest new Xiaomi phone to date. Xiaomi phones are generally popular here. I don't think the retailer had impact on heat. You're suggesting vote manipulation, then what about this deal for another Redmi 4 model from Geekbuying? You suggest people are leaving fake reviews when the top comment on that 700+ deal is from a person who's a member for 9 years, has near 500 comments, has never posted a Geekbuying deal and doesn't even state they bought theirs from Geekbuying. The 700+ deal was post at almost the same time as this deal which got nearly 400 despite being £10 more. The Geekbuying deal is mentioned in the comments which would have made it look even more enticing. However, this deal is £2 less than Geekbuying by deliberately excluding warranty cost. Otherwise it's around £158.
#4
mser
I made a comment in another thread about geekbuying vote manipulation. Exact same price as GeekBuying yet this receives minus votes and that recieves 700+ heat. A bit wierd if you ask me.Exact same deal 700+ heat :|
Check out post #359
Like I said in reply to your other post , if you buy from Geekbuying using PayPal you have the same protection from paypal as you would from buying it ali. AliExpress don't allow paypal. I think you've made your point, and don't know why you feel the need to repeat yourself everywhere.
#5
Someone mentioned this is only £144 in geekbuying today.
#6
lianne21
Someone mentioned this is only £144 in geekbuying today.

I bought from gearbest on 11.11 sale @ £142.60 but now gone up to £186 and out of stock. Link here

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