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Apple iPhone 11 Pro 64GB (Unlocked for all UK networks) £825 space Grey / £838 Silver, Gold and Midnight Green @ Wowcamera
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Apple iPhone 11 Pro 64GB (Unlocked for all UK networks) £825 space Grey / £838 Silver, Gold and Midnight Green @ Wowcamera

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Posted 3rd Feb

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Brand new & sealed. 12 month Apple UK Warranty + Unlocked to all UK Networks. If choosing PayPal credit to pay then you will also get S75 protection.

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Seems a good price for the new iPhone model.
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Dont trust the site. Alot of bad reviews. Thought whoever is buying this, have a look at the reviews of the site.
Khawcer_Ahmed03/02/2020 14:34

Dont trust the site. Alot of bad reviews. Thought whoever is buying this, …Dont trust the site. Alot of bad reviews. Thought whoever is buying this, have a look at the reviews of the site.


In this deal hotukdeals.com/dea…429
They seem to have good experiences so far.
Khawcer_Ahmed03/02/2020 14:34

Dont trust the site. Alot of bad reviews. Thought whoever is buying this, …Dont trust the site. Alot of bad reviews. Thought whoever is buying this, have a look at the reviews of the site.


I'm very happy with the Pro Max I bought at the beginning of December from Wowcamera. I may have been lucky but I for one would buy from them again.
Another one of those tax dodgers like MyMemory, luckily this is Apple so they will provide support without needing Wowcamera(based in Hong Kong). BTW, your item will be sent as a gift in order for them to avoid VAT so just be careful, pay via paypal or credit card, so in case something happens you can chargeback.
Does anyone know if this is unlocked unlocked? Just that o know you can get iPhones that will accept and work on any network at the beginning, but then lock to that first network thereafter
androidavis03/02/2020 16:21

Does anyone know if this is unlocked unlocked? Just that o know you can …Does anyone know if this is unlocked unlocked? Just that o know you can get iPhones that will accept and work on any network at the beginning, but then lock to that first network thereafter


It will be fully unlocked. “Lock to first SIM” was only ever used for specific countries and is no longer used at all in the UK
androidavis03/02/2020 16:21

Does anyone know if this is unlocked unlocked? Just that o know you can …Does anyone know if this is unlocked unlocked? Just that o know you can get iPhones that will accept and work on any network at the beginning, but then lock to that first network thereafter


Yes it’s unlocked unlocked
You want more more memory.

Edit: Unless you hardly use your phone. 256gb is ten sweet spot.

Went for the 512gb as I heavily film, apps, music and didn’t want to juggle.
Edited by: "jr007" 4th Feb
jr00704/02/2020 02:51

You want more more memory.



Not true for everyone, but 256 from £965 if you do.
vladdy03/02/2020 15:28

Another one of those tax dodgers like MyMemory, luckily this is Apple so …Another one of those tax dodgers like MyMemory, luckily this is Apple so they will provide support without needing Wowcamera(based in Hong Kong). BTW, your item will be sent as a gift in order for them to avoid VAT so just be careful, pay via paypal or credit card, so in case something happens you can chargeback.


So instead of buying it from a tax dodger, I should just buy direct from Apple? :/
Edited by: "stubbadub" 4th Feb
I bought this for 869 from music magpie EBay pristine condition.

Weren’t from long time Android user and thought I’d be sending this back but I finally see the spiral of iOS
jr00704/02/2020 02:51

You want more more memory.


You’d be okay if you primarily use cloud storage
Jak_gFx04/02/2020 10:42

I bought this for 869 from music magpie EBay pristine condition.Weren’t f …I bought this for 869 from music magpie EBay pristine condition.Weren’t from long time Android user and thought I’d be sending this back but I finally see the spiral of iOS


This includes all accessories, musicmagpie usually doesn't, idk your case
Jak_gFx04/02/2020 10:42

You’d be okay if you primarily use cloud storage


How much is that worth? Unless you have unlimited data and iCloud is tediously slow if you have a lot of data. That money could contribute to the cost of a 256gb.

Unless you are a very light user and want a great phone then I’d agree with you.
Edited by: "jr007" 4th Feb
They had 14% off yesterday, I jumped in the car to go to work and by the time I got around to ordering they had all gone. Gutted. 64gb pro was £725 posted!
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This website should not be on this site! It’s a disgrace how much have you been paid? They do not comply with the laws of England and Wales!
bbomc09/02/2020 23:37

This website should not be on this site! It’s a disgrace how much have you …This website should not be on this site! It’s a disgrace how much have you been paid? They do not comply with the laws of England and Wales!


Chill.
I haven't been paid. I post this after seen other deal and searching on the web I thought this was good. Period.
I don't know what you are talking about but your complaints to hukd team.
Does anyone have any experience with buying insurance for a phone bought from www.wowcamera.com. Is it a problem? Do I have a guarantee they will accept my claim if anything happens to the phone and I need to claim?
I pay about £13 a month to cover all smartphones in my family. However there is a limit to two claims a year so we are still careful. And there is an excess but that also covers a courier service
Edited by: "androidavis" 28th Feb
@android I am talking about insuring a phone bought from wowcamera directly, like them being not a proper seller or something?
Peho28/02/2020 17:17

@android I am talking about insuring a phone bought from wowcamera …@android I am talking about insuring a phone bought from wowcamera directly, like them being not a proper seller or something?


Yeah they don’t seem to care. Never ask for receipt or where and when it was purchased. It could be an neebay purchased phone for all they care
@androidavis I believe they will ask you for proof of purchase and lots of details at the point of claiming - this is what I'd hate to see - paying for insurance for 1-2 years and then have it rejected at the point of claim - i.e. waste of money and no phone recovery..
I have claimed for me and my family several times over the years. They don’t
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