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Apple iPhone 11 128GB A2223 Dual Sim - Red Smartphone £655.49 @ Eglobal Central
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Apple iPhone 11 128GB A2223 Dual Sim - Red Smartphone £655.49 @ Eglobal Central

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I believe this is £20 cheaper than previously, and still comes with that 1 year apple guarantee.

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- A13 Bionic chip

- Third‑generation Neural Engine

- Dual 12MP Ultra Wide and Wide cameras

- Liquid Retina HD display

- IP68 Splash, Water, and Dust Resistant

- Wireless charging

- 802.11ax Wi‑Fi 6

- Gigabit-class LTE

- Lasts up to 1 hour longer than iPhone XR

- Face ID

If you aren't OK with spending this money on this type of site then please don't, there may be extra charges and long waits as well. Always a risk with these kinds of purchases, so do think thoroughly before diving in.

Pay by credit card or PayPal, and ideally have an bank account that covers warranty on Grey imports (nationwide flex plus offer such a thing)
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If it wasn’t for the Japanese shutter sound i’d be all over this!
mosteckyj12/10/2019 15:14

Could someone possibly explain this shutter sound? Is it that different …Could someone possibly explain this shutter sound? Is it that different from a Uk version?


The shutter sound comes on regardless of whether the phone is on silent. This is mandated on Japanese market phones as upskirting is a serious and rampant issue there. There is no way to disable this.
My mate ordered this and received already. It is Japanese version, so second SIM is eSIM. Beware people who wants 2 physical SIM slots.
SamNotanexpert12/10/2019 15:33

I went to my local EE store today, they offered me iPhone 11 pro max for …I went to my local EE store today, they offered me iPhone 11 pro max for two years contract. monthly payment was £89, no upfront, 2 year contract. I also get amazon prime and bt sport to go with it. is it worth taking it or not? please help if you know any cheaper deals...this is my first time commenting and sorry if my English is hard to understand.


£2136 total cost over 2 years, I'd say that wasn't the best. How much data was with it?
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Is this the Chinese version?
If it wasn’t for the Japanese shutter sound i’d be all over this!
6ixFoot112/10/2019 14:30

Is this the Chinese version?


No idea tbh. I'd guess at something like that.
Fantastic price. Got a 128GB locked to Vodafone on launch day for £620 from eBay, but the axe of getting blacklisted is always looming over it. This is unbeatable value especially as it’s the dual physical SIM version.
My mate ordered this and received already. It is Japanese version, so second SIM is eSIM. Beware people who wants 2 physical SIM slots.
Model number suggest it is for far east market. Dual sim does not exist in others.
Rimi12/10/2019 14:34

My mate ordered this and received already. It is Japanese version, so …My mate ordered this and received already. It is Japanese version, so second SIM is eSIM. Beware people who wants 2 physical SIM slots.


Thanks for confirming
Could someone possibly explain this shutter sound? Is it that different from a Uk version?
mosteckyj12/10/2019 15:14

Could someone possibly explain this shutter sound? Is it that different …Could someone possibly explain this shutter sound? Is it that different from a Uk version?


The shutter sound comes on regardless of whether the phone is on silent. This is mandated on Japanese market phones as upskirting is a serious and rampant issue there. There is no way to disable this.
RockBlesnar12/10/2019 15:20

The shutter sound comes on regardless of whether the phone is on silent. …The shutter sound comes on regardless of whether the phone is on silent. This is mandated on Japanese market phones as upskirting is a serious and rampant issue there. There is no way to disable this.


I assume you have one of these cases on your phone?
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I went to my local EE store today, they offered me iPhone 11 pro max for two years contract. monthly payment was £89, no upfront, 2 year contract. I also get amazon prime and bt sport to go with it. is it worth taking it or not? please help if you know any cheaper deals...this is my first time commenting and sorry if my English is hard to understand.
SamNotanexpert12/10/2019 15:33

I went to my local EE store today, they offered me iPhone 11 pro max for …I went to my local EE store today, they offered me iPhone 11 pro max for two years contract. monthly payment was £89, no upfront, 2 year contract. I also get amazon prime and bt sport to go with it. is it worth taking it or not? please help if you know any cheaper deals...this is my first time commenting and sorry if my English is hard to understand.


£2136 total cost over 2 years, I'd say that wasn't the best. How much data was with it?
@MrSwitch thanks for your reply, they told me 100gb data, please help me if you know a better deals you know of. I'm after iPhone 11 pro max 256gb on two years contract.
SamNotanexpert12/10/2019 15:41

@MrSwitch thanks for your reply, they told me 100gb data, please help me …@MrSwitch thanks for your reply, they told me 100gb data, please help me if you know a better deals you know of. I'm after iPhone 11 pro max 256gb on two years contract.


When I say not the best, I mean I wouldn't pay that, however if that's the phone you want, then go for it.
SamNotanexpert12/10/2019 15:41

@MrSwitch thanks for your reply, they told me 100gb data, please help me …@MrSwitch thanks for your reply, they told me 100gb data, please help me if you know a better deals you know of. I'm after iPhone 11 pro max 256gb on two years contract.

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High upfront cost, but £600 less than your deal over 2 years. Considering phone’s value is RRP, data plan costs less than £10/pm
UnluckyForSome12/10/2019 14:31

If it wasn’t for the Japanese shutter sound i’d be all over this!


I’m sure I read if you use a third party photo app you can mute within that, but via the standard phone itself it still makes a sound.
RockBlesnar12/10/2019 15:50

[Image] High upfront cost, but £600 less than your deal over 2 years. …[Image] High upfront cost, but £600 less than your deal over 2 years. Considering phone’s value is RRP, data plan costs less than £10/pm


Cheaper plans on EE with 50GB data
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RockBlesnar12/10/2019 15:50

[Image] High upfront cost, but £600 less than your deal over 2 years. …[Image] High upfront cost, but £600 less than your deal over 2 years. Considering phone’s value is RRP, data plan costs less than £10/pm


RockBlesnar12/10/2019 15:50

[Image] High upfront cost, but £600 less than your deal over 2 years. …[Image] High upfront cost, but £600 less than your deal over 2 years. Considering phone’s value is RRP, data plan costs less than £10/pm



Thanks
I'll hold off until they make an SE version again.
How long for delivery on these?? Thanks
Does this have an Apple warranty?
david.shyne12/10/2019 16:41

How long for delivery on these?? Thanks


Can take anything up to 20 days.
I have a few questions, would appreciate if some can answer -

1. Is the company trustworthy?
2. Is the phone unlocked?
3. What are the chances of getting stung for customs importation tax/ duty?
4. How quick are their delivery in reality?
krs12/10/2019 18:05

I have a few questions, would appreciate if some can answer -1. Is the …I have a few questions, would appreciate if some can answer -1. Is the company trustworthy?2. Is the phone unlocked?3. What are the chances of getting stung for customs importation tax/ duty?4. How quick are their delivery in reality?


1. Depends who you ask, I've never had an issue

2. Yes the phone is unlocked

3. Very little chance of extra charges

4. I'd say it csn take up to 20 days, much sooner in most cases

Does the iPhone come at all with dual physical SIM?

I thought it was just 1 x physical and 1 x esim.

Not sure how you programme and esim and whether it gives you the freedom to swap out at will?
MrSwitch12/10/2019 18:07

1. Depends who you ask, I've never had an issue2. Yes the phone is …1. Depends who you ask, I've never had an issue2. Yes the phone is unlocked3. Very little chance of extra charges4. I'd say it csn take up to 20 days, much sooner in most cases



Thank you. I’m going to USA next month so trying to work out whether to get this now or wait till I go to the USA, there is only £20 in it
I bought the same phone from the market and it was Chinese model only cost me £50.00
SamNotanexpert12/10/2019 15:33

I went to my local EE store today, they offered me iPhone 11 pro max for …I went to my local EE store today, they offered me iPhone 11 pro max for two years contract. monthly payment was £89, no upfront, 2 year contract. I also get amazon prime and bt sport to go with it. is it worth taking it or not? please help if you know any cheaper deals...this is my first time commenting and sorry if my English is hard to understand.


Not a good deal SAM sorry.
HPMan12/10/2019 18:10

Does the iPhone come at all with dual physical SIM? I thought it was just …Does the iPhone come at all with dual physical SIM? I thought it was just 1 x physical and 1 x esim. Not sure how you programme and esim and whether it gives you the freedom to swap out at will?


It will come with 1x physical SIM and another eSIM. At the moment only EE (both contract and PAYGO) and O2 (contract only) offers eSIM support for phones. EE charges £1.50 on PAYGO for physical SIM swap to eSIM.
humadoon12/10/2019 18:42

Not a good deal SAM sorry.



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£997 upfront. unlimited data and minutes with ee. £17 per month. £1405 total

There are also other good deals with small (or no) upfront costs


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iceburnmarko12/10/2019 19:46

Dont buy this or one in USA and for …Dont buy this or one in USA and for others.https://www.apple.com/uk/iphone/LTE/https://uk.pcmag.com/apple-iphone-8/122542/beware-there-are-3-different-versions-of-iphone-11https://www.wakephone.com/2019/02/differences-between-the-u-s-a-china-and-japanese-versions-you-need-to-know-before-buying-iphones-in-bulk/



Thanks for the heads up. I’ve read it all and a little bit confused! What, in a nutshell, does it all mean?
iceburnmarko12/10/2019 19:46

Dont buy this or one in USA and for …Dont buy this or one in USA and for others.https://www.apple.com/uk/iphone/LTE/https://uk.pcmag.com/apple-iphone-8/122542/beware-there-are-3-different-versions-of-iphone-11https://www.wakephone.com/2019/02/differences-between-the-u-s-a-china-and-japanese-versions-you-need-to-know-before-buying-iphones-in-bulk/


That's a b+++t.. Bought iPhone X few years back in USA and used it without any problems in the UK. Traveled all across EU and not a single problem with data or mobile connection on that iPhone X.
Cold, because people will uptick this comment.
Can always go in to Apple shop, say it doesn’t work properly due to signal issues and they’ll swap it no questions asked
Edited by: "nickl360" 12th Oct
nickl36012/10/2019 21:09

Can always go in to Apple shop, say it doesn’t work properly due to signal …Can always go in to Apple shop, say it doesn’t work properly due to signal issues and they’ll swap it no questions asked


Not that easy...Had problems with Apple Watch- have to proof problem, sent for repair and they returned back-no problem found. Had to fight for repair(swap) Same was with iPhone 8 I had: "no sim" message on screen intermittently and no service then ; again had to proof this. Very unpleasant people I have been talking with. All in Apple Store Grand Arcade Cambridge. Maybe its just me...
Rimi12/10/2019 20:25

That's a b+++t.. Bought iPhone X few years back in USA and used it without …That's a b+++t.. Bought iPhone X few years back in USA and used it without any problems in the UK. Traveled all across EU and not a single problem with data or mobile connection on that iPhone X.


It not bullbeep it even on apple site they have different bands so don’t get as much coverage and speed
krs12/10/2019 19:51

Thanks for the heads up. I’ve read it all and a little bit confused! What, …Thanks for the heads up. I’ve read it all and a little bit confused! What, in a nutshell, does it all mean?


In nutshell don’t have all bands that UK / eu networks work. So can have situation where u have no signal on say EE but your partner who Iphone is EU model, does. Or huge different of speed.

More discussed about different bands and how it effect on many unlimited sims posts. Cause ppl use three / Vodafone sim with say huawei B525 / 618 to give internet for their homes. And talk about the differences.
@woldranger might know a url that tell u about bands issue. Sean would know but not in group anymore.

Other issue, often apple do not carry handset, so if one need to be replaced, it will need to be ordered
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