Galaxy Note 8. Dual SIM £590 from Amazon Italy
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Galaxy Note 8. Dual SIM £590 from Amazon Italy

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Found 28th Apr
This is the English version, dual SIM, shipped and sold by Amazon Italy.
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Will buy when my benefits come in
M_Rizwan14 m ago

I agree 100%. Surely it can't be right spending this much money on a phone …I agree 100%. Surely it can't be right spending this much money on a phone when people in some parts of the world are struggling for food, water and education.


Where do you stand on people buying TVs other than 14" CRT portables? What about me having a hob/oven in my kitchen instead of a camping stove? Am I allowed a lawnmower or shall I just use a pair of scissors? I am of course joking.

A noble thought from you but on this site where 99% of the deals are for items that are not 100% essential to staying alive where do you draw the line?
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Good price
Surprised it hasn't got more 🔥
Will it come with 2 yr warranty?
Bang in there heat heat and here is more oxygen to keep the fire burning lol
Slow burner this one, but it will gather more, I think my deal is slightly cheaper, but this is from amazon themselves and should be burning.
Heat added was looking for dual sim model
Coming up as this for me, although I haven't got an EU card.


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£584 at Amazon UK
fixeman10 m ago

£584 at Amazon UK


But that's not direct from Amazon.
Mrswitch22 m ago

Coming up as this for me, although I haven't got an EU card.[Image]


Is that not Amazon's conversation? Using my Halifax Clarity it would work out between £573.17 to 578ish
RaiKush56 s ago

Is that not Amazon's conversation? Using my Halifax Clarity it would work …Is that not Amazon's conversation? Using my Halifax Clarity it would work out between £573.17 to 578ish


Yeah that's what I'm saying... I ain't got one of them fancy cards
Will buy when my benefits come in
Great price, I will wait until S9+ is around the same price lol
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Still available?
Damn, would have grabbed this if I'd seen it earlier.
Serious question, why do people buy such expensive mobiles? You can buy a decent car for less than that.
aishakhan8943 m ago

Serious question, why do people buy such expensive mobiles? You can buy a …Serious question, why do people buy such expensive mobiles? You can buy a decent car for less than that.


The same reason they may need to buy a washing machine, fridge etc...
Wow, just got the UK Amazon deal for £584. Top end phone for nearly half the price of the new Apple...
Well pleased, I'll sell my s7 edge for £200+. Thanks to the OP for the heads up.
coxy8218 m ago

The same reason they may need to buy a washing machine, fridge etc...


?
aishakhan8942 h, 44 m ago

Serious question, why do people buy such expensive mobiles? You can buy a …Serious question, why do people buy such expensive mobiles? You can buy a decent car for less than that.


You probably use your mobile phone more than your car, well most people do anyway
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aishakhan8943 h, 56 m ago

Serious question, why do people buy such expensive mobiles? You can buy a …Serious question, why do people buy such expensive mobiles? You can buy a decent car for less than that.



I agree 100%. Surely it can't be right spending this much money on a phone when people in some parts of the world are struggling for food, water and education.
M_Rizwan14 m ago

I agree 100%. Surely it can't be right spending this much money on a phone …I agree 100%. Surely it can't be right spending this much money on a phone when people in some parts of the world are struggling for food, water and education.


Where do you stand on people buying TVs other than 14" CRT portables? What about me having a hob/oven in my kitchen instead of a camping stove? Am I allowed a lawnmower or shall I just use a pair of scissors? I am of course joking.

A noble thought from you but on this site where 99% of the deals are for items that are not 100% essential to staying alive where do you draw the line?
M_Rizwan46 m ago

I agree 100%. Surely it can't be right spending this much money on a phone …I agree 100%. Surely it can't be right spending this much money on a phone when people in some parts of the world are struggling for food, water and education.


What does someone somewhere else in the world have or have not, bear any relation to how we should spend our money?
aishakhan8944 h, 47 m ago

Serious question, why do people buy such expensive mobiles? You can buy a …Serious question, why do people buy such expensive mobiles? You can buy a decent car for less than that.


Why do people spend money at all? People will spend money on what they want, and it would appear that people want expensive phones.

This is actually not expensive as I have seen several deals for phones around the £700 to £800 mark, which has got lots of heat.
johnnystorm41 m ago

Where do you stand on people buying TVs other than 14" CRT portables? What …Where do you stand on people buying TVs other than 14" CRT portables? What about me having a hob/oven in my kitchen instead of a camping stove? Am I allowed a lawnmower or shall I just use a pair of scissors? I am of course joking. A noble thought from you but on this site where 99% of the deals are for items that are not 100% essential to staying alive where do you draw the line?


Common sense is where you draw the line. My comment is nothing personal against anyone on this site or anyone who decides to spend this much money on a phone. Its down to personal choice. Still doesn't make it right though.
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M_Rizwan28th Apr

Common sense is where you draw the line. My comment is nothing personal …Common sense is where you draw the line. My comment is nothing personal against anyone on this site or anyone who decides to spend this much money on a phone. Its down to personal choice. Still doesn't make it right though.


Sorry for the late post, but no one appears to have picked up on this.

Well tell us where you would draw the line on how much someone should spend on a mobile phone, car, TV or indeed anything. I'm sorry but your argument doesn't wash.
We live in a democratic society where we are thankfully allowed to spend what we like on what we want - assuming that it is legal of course!
Can you honestly say that you don't spend more than £30 on a mobile phone, £200 on a TV, £7000 on a NEW car (£500 if second hand).
And then what about food - do we all need to buy the cheapest food that we can without feeling guilty? - I think not.
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