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Apple iPhone XR 64GB (Unlocked for all UK networks) - Black £558 @ WowCamera
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Apple iPhone XR 64GB (Unlocked for all UK networks) - Black £558 @ WowCamera

£558£62911%Wowcamera Deals
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Posted 8th Oct
This was posted a few weeks ago at £566 but seems to have dropped further.
As with most websites like this, Gearbest, Aliexpress etc its advisable to use a credit card (section 75) or Paypal so you have some form of protection.

I understand this deal isn't for everyone.
I get that you can get a better spec android from Samsung or Xiaomi or whomever.
It's cheaper than it was previously and if its not for you... its not for you

1 Year Official Apple UK warranty
Free Delivery Option Available
14 Day Money-back Guarantee

Condition: 100% new and unused

  • Apple iPhone XR
  • Lightning to USB Cable
  • EarPods with Lightning Connector
  • USB Power Adapter

They also have a few other colours although they are £5 more.

Red £560 - wowcamera.com/Apple-iPhone-XR-64GB-Unlocked-for-all-UK-networks--Red_p_2955.html

Coral £560 - wowcamera.com/Apple-iPhone-XR-64GB-Unlocked-for-all-UK-networks--Coral_p_2954.html

White £560 - wowcamera.com/Apple-iPhone-XR-64GB-Unlocked-for-all-UK-networks--White_p_2950.html
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jessmd809/10/2019 06:28

Seems a good deal. Has anyone used this site before?


Yes I've used the website before for you should avoid it like the plague. The items are sent from Hong Kong and you will have no protection from the English consumer protection legislation. if the item arrives damaged which it did in my case, you will be left with a £60 bill to return the item furthermore they will not refund you the full amount or your postage they will make a deduction of at least 20% from the refund amount. I can't believe that places like hot UK deals and trustpilot permit wow camera to have a presence on their website
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It will continue to drop
A low price compared to others. Have some heat!
Good deal
Thanks for posting this OP - it seems to be exactly what my mum might need; but I know nothing about iphones.
She needs an iphone (it has to be iphone, but not necessarily the latest) with (sort of) the largest screen-to-price ratio possible; if you know what I mean...
I'm taking it this is my best bet?
I'm taking it that these are new phones, not reconditioned?
Thanks for the help. I did try to look the answers up myself, but got overwhelmed with all the hundreds of iphones out there...
DrBones08/10/2019 23:25

Thanks for posting this OP - it seems to be exactly what my mum might need; …Thanks for posting this OP - it seems to be exactly what my mum might need; but I know nothing about iphones.She needs an iphone (it has to be iphone, but not necessarily the latest) with (sort of) the largest screen-to-price ratio possible; if you know what I mean...I'm taking it this is my best bet?I'm taking it that these are new phones, not reconditioned?Thanks for the help. I did try to look the answers up myself, but got overwhelmed with all the hundreds of iphones out there...



Yup, this would be a good match, assuming she wants new, can pay £555 and doesn’t have to have the latest one.
DrBones08/10/2019 23:25

Thanks for posting this OP - it seems to be exactly what my mum might need; …Thanks for posting this OP - it seems to be exactly what my mum might need; but I know nothing about iphones.She needs an iphone (it has to be iphone, but not necessarily the latest) with (sort of) the largest screen-to-price ratio possible; if you know what I mean...I'm taking it this is my best bet?I'm taking it that these are new phones, not reconditioned?Thanks for the help. I did try to look the answers up myself, but got overwhelmed with all the hundreds of iphones out there...


Does it have to be new? If not, get a refurbed 7 or even 7 plus from MusicMagpie, say, and save several hundred pounds. My 7 is still doing a great job.
Seems a good deal. Has anyone used this site before?
for the extra few quid I'd buy from Very. New accounts get 10% off bringing the phone down to £570 plus a bit of quidco.
jessmd809/10/2019 06:28

Seems a good deal. Has anyone used this site before?


Yes, had no issues. My note 9 warranty is with Samsung direct.
Thanks for the responses Johnson and waysan; They both helped a lot. It doesn't have to be new, and I looked at the refurbs, but I still decided to go for this. The only question now is 'blue' or 'coral'?
ranja8109/10/2019 08:41

for the extra few quid I'd buy from Very. New accounts get 10% off …for the extra few quid I'd buy from Very. New accounts get 10% off bringing the phone down to £570 plus a bit of quidco.


not worth the credit rating hit
£558 now
Do not buy from this company. if you are not happy with the item you have to post it back to Hong Kong at a cost of about 60 quid. So you better hope and pray that nothing is wrong with the item otherwise you will be left holding the baby. You have been warned
jessmd809/10/2019 06:28

Seems a good deal. Has anyone used this site before?


Yes I've used the website before for you should avoid it like the plague. The items are sent from Hong Kong and you will have no protection from the English consumer protection legislation. if the item arrives damaged which it did in my case, you will be left with a £60 bill to return the item furthermore they will not refund you the full amount or your postage they will make a deduction of at least 20% from the refund amount. I can't believe that places like hot UK deals and trustpilot permit wow camera to have a presence on their website
malhal09/10/2019 10:58

not worth the credit rating hit


Why would it fit your credit rating? If anything it would improve if you pay it off
I mean if you're gonna spend over £500 on an iphone, I would be tempted to stretch £110 more for the iphone 11 deal. If only because when I go to upgrade I'll get more for the newer phone.

This needs to be sub 500.
Most brands coming out of China on these sites are fake, so be weary!
waysan09/10/2019 06:23

Does it have to be new? If not, get a refurbed 7 or even 7 plus from …Does it have to be new? If not, get a refurbed 7 or even 7 plus from MusicMagpie, say, and save several hundred pounds. My 7 is still doing a great job.



Provided you appreciate the 7 will be deprecated in 2 years (the 6 was this iteration). It's not a big deal for a year or two, but eventually some app or another stops working and forces you to upgrade. For example as my Dad has a 6, he can't now move to watchOS 6. Right now there's nothing forcing him to upgrade, but if they add any health features then he probably will have to upgrade his phone to get access to them.
Edited by: "Mentos" 10th Oct
bbomc09/10/2019 23:36

Yes I've used the website before for you should avoid it like the plague. …Yes I've used the website before for you should avoid it like the plague. The items are sent from Hong Kong and you will have no protection from the English consumer protection legislation. if the item arrives damaged which it did in my case, you will be left with a £60 bill to return the item furthermore they will not refund you the full amount or your postage they will make a deduction of at least 20% from the refund amount. I can't believe that places like hot UK deals and trustpilot permit wow camera to have a presence on their website


PayPal claim? Section 75? Chargeback? There's plenty of protection.
d_k_u_h10/10/2019 09:25

PayPal claim? Section 75? Chargeback? There's plenty of protection.


PayPal told me to send back to Hong Kong despite that address not being advertised on the website. You don't get that postage back! They also don't protect against charges for opening the package (which is permitted by English consumer legislation) and they charge 20% deduction from refund. So no, PayPal doesn't offer protection
bbomc10/10/2019 12:40

PayPal told me to send back to Hong Kong despite that address not being …PayPal told me to send back to Hong Kong despite that address not being advertised on the website. You don't get that postage back! They also don't protect against charges for opening the package (which is permitted by English consumer legislation) and they charge 20% deduction from refund. So no, PayPal doesn't offer protection


The seller sends you the address once you accept the return agreement. You don't have to find it on the website. Also if it's a PayPal dispute and paypal agrees to refund you if you return it then they can't take 20%. The 20% is a restocking fee the company take if you send the item back on your own accord. With a PayPal dispute you get 100% of your money back as they become the 'middle man'. If the company refused to give the address after you agree to send the item back via PayPal dispute then you would automatically win the case. Doesn't matter if the PayPal address for the return isn't on the website. The address given from PayPal to return the item is linked to that transaction.
zorbathegeek10/10/2019 08:22

I mean if you're gonna spend over £500 on an iphone, I would be tempted to …I mean if you're gonna spend over £500 on an iphone, I would be tempted to stretch £110 more for the iphone 11 deal. If only because when I go to upgrade I'll get more for the newer phone. This needs to be sub 500.


This
aMagicalPotato10/10/2019 12:58

The seller sends you the address once you accept the return agreement. You …The seller sends you the address once you accept the return agreement. You don't have to find it on the website. Also if it's a PayPal dispute and paypal agrees to refund you if you return it then they can't take 20%. The 20% is a restocking fee the company take if you send the item back on your own accord. With a PayPal dispute you get 100% of your money back as they become the 'middle man'. If the company refused to give the address after you agree to send the item back via PayPal dispute then you would automatically win the case. Doesn't matter if the PayPal address for the return isn't on the website. The address given from PayPal to return the item is linked to that transaction.


They'll also reimburse return costs. They sometimes try to say there are limits but in the case of a dispute, rather than taking advantage of their free returns offer, they cave.
Edited by: "d_k_u_h" 10th Oct
d_k_u_h10/10/2019 15:31

They'll also reimburse return costs. They sometimes try to say there are …They'll also reimburse return costs. They sometimes try to say there are limits but in the case of a dispute, rather than taking advantage of their free returns offer, they cave.


They wont reimburse return costs at £50. You two must be from camera wow! Avoid avoid avoid
aMagicalPotato10/10/2019 12:58

The seller sends you the address once you accept the return agreement. You …The seller sends you the address once you accept the return agreement. You don't have to find it on the website. Also if it's a PayPal dispute and paypal agrees to refund you if you return it then they can't take 20%. The 20% is a restocking fee the company take if you send the item back on your own accord. With a PayPal dispute you get 100% of your money back as they become the 'middle man'. If the company refused to give the address after you agree to send the item back via PayPal dispute then you would automatically win the case. Doesn't matter if the PayPal address for the return isn't on the website. The address given from PayPal to return the item is linked to that transaction.


They haven't paid me yet. They didn't acknowledge that I added the courier details. Have you actually tried communicating with paypal if something goes wrong or are you just theorising. They are the worst firm out there. They only reply with stock answers
Keep in mind that - among other things - not buying from a proper seller means you won't get the UK consumer law cover.

I had my iPhone 6 replaced twice (or once and also a new battery, possibly both) by Apple due to a few problems. I'd rather pay a little more and know that I have that to fall back on.
Thanks for posting @aMagicalPotato we have added your thread to the Highlights section
nightcycler10/10/2019 20:07

Keep in mind that - among other things - not buying from a proper seller …Keep in mind that - among other things - not buying from a proper seller means you won't get the UK consumer law cover.I had my iPhone 6 replaced twice (or once and also a new battery, possibly both) by Apple due to a few problems. I'd rather pay a little more and know that I have that to fall back on.


That’s what I thought. These are now £629 from Apple, and £10 cheaper than that at a few reputable places like Laptops Direct. So this is a £61 saving (roughly 10%). I appreciate that’s a chunk of money, but for a risky grey market purchase from HK I’d want more of a saving personally.
malhal09/10/2019 10:58

not worth the credit rating hit


Bought many items (phone, Sonos sub, play bar, tv) on discounted bnpl with very absolutely no detriment to my credit rating (very high)
Does this smash easily with/ without a case
Given that this is new, isn’t it covered under AppleCare? So why would it have to go back to the vendor?
zorbathegeek10/10/2019 08:22

I mean if you're gonna spend over £500 on an iphone, I would be tempted to …I mean if you're gonna spend over £500 on an iphone, I would be tempted to stretch £110 more for the iphone 11 deal. If only because when I go to upgrade I'll get more for the newer phone. This needs to be sub 500.



hi, where can you get the iPhone 11 so cheap? y
On amazon.it the white XR 64gb is available for £543
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