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Global Version Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 4GB 64GB 48MP Quad Camera - £114.94 @ Xiaomi Mi Store / AliExpress
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Global Version Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 4GB 64GB 48MP Quad Camera - £114.94 @ Xiaomi Mi Store / AliExpress

£115.03£140.8018%AliExpress Deals
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Posted 7th Dec 2019Shipping from China

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Global Version Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 4GB RAM 64GB ROM 48MP Rear Quad Camera Mobile Phone Snapdragon 665 Octa Core 6.3" 4000mAh

Starts Monday, some AliExpress awards or something...

White Standard version is cheapest...

Usual caveats about customs, warranty, your choice...


*EDIT*

Looks like they don't have many left at this price, but if you go to the other "Xiaomi Official Store" they have Blue ones at the same price...
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48 Comments
That's a lot of phone for the price.

But no NFC is a deal breaker for me.
Edited by: "Dave_dave69" 7th Dec 2019
Dave_dave6907/12/2019 19:39

That's a lot of phone for the price.But no NFC is a deal breaker for me.


For like an extra £20 you can get the Note 8T. Just search Redmi Note 8T on here. It's basically the same phone just with added NFC
Edited by: "AndersJ" 7th Dec 2019
Dave_dave6907/12/2019 19:39

That's a lot of phone for the price.But no NFC is a deal breaker for me.


Same ere, really good price but I use Google pay practically every day (yes I know I can slip my bank card in my case but I don't want to) so no good for me, they should have just given it NFC instead of releasing the note 8t alongside.
Edited by: "luke.o.zade" 7th Dec 2019
AndersJ07/12/2019 20:47

For like an extra £20 you can get the Note 8T. Just search Redmi Note 8T …For like an extra £20 you can get the Note 8T. Just search Redmi Note 8T on here. It's basically the same phone just with added NFC



Cheers mate
AndersJ07/12/2019 20:47

For like an extra £20 you can get the Note 8T. Just search Redmi Note 8T …For like an extra £20 you can get the Note 8T. Just search Redmi Note 8T on here. It's basically the same phone just with added NFC


Can you link that please?

I can only find the expired deal, it's now £160 AFAIK...?
DingIs07/12/2019 21:25

Can you link that please?I can only find the expired deal, it's now £160 …Can you link that please?I can only find the expired deal, it's now £160 AFAIK...?


I can't link it I'm afraid as the seller has recently been banned on here. However you can search on Google to find that price or get it from Xiaomi UK for £179 with a free mi band 4 included. Which if you don't want you could give as a Christmas gift or sell on its RRP is £35
AndersJ07/12/2019 21:54

I can't link it I'm afraid as the seller has recently been banned on here. …I can't link it I'm afraid as the seller has recently been banned on here. However you can search on Google to find that price or get it from Xiaomi UK for £179 with a free mi band 4 included. Which if you don't want you could give as a Christmas gift or sell on its RRP is £35


Can't find it, GB have the 3gb/32 version for £25 more..?
DingIs07/12/2019 22:42

Can't find it, GB have the 3gb/32 version for £25 more..?


Nah not that one. I wouldn't recommend getting the 3 GB RAM one. I'm sorry I can't help more. As I say the place I saw it is now banned
Good phone for the money (my wife and son both have one) but unfortunately there's also a good chance of getting charged customs.

AndersJ07/12/2019 23:05

Nah not that one. I wouldn't recommend getting the 3 GB RAM one. I'm sorry …Nah not that one. I wouldn't recommend getting the 3 GB RAM one. I'm sorry I can't help more. As I say the place I saw it is now banned


Can't think who that is. Does the seller's name begin with an e?

Edited by: "repouk" 8th Dec 2019
repouk08/12/2019 00:24

Can't think who that is. Does the seller's name begin with an e?


I can neither confirm or deny
AndersJ08/12/2019 00:25

I can neither confirm or deny


Cheers! Got both of ours from them with no problems at all, were they not giving the HUKD staff enough of a kickback?
Always remember to pay by credit card or PayPal for protection and refunds. I always get the shipping insurance option too
repouk08/12/2019 00:27

Cheers! Got both of ours from them with no problems at all, were they not …Cheers! Got both of ours from them with no problems at all, were they not giving the HUKD staff enough of a kickback?


Haha. Some people had issues with not getting refunds. But that problem can be negotiated by paying by credit card if it's over £100 the card provider is jointly responsible for giving you a refund
Edited by: "AndersJ" 8th Dec 2019
Don't forget about customs... 13-15 £
Bought 128GB for £116 on Black Friday deal. Still waiting though
Edited by: "Ash265" 8th Dec 2019
Ash26508/12/2019 07:37

Bought 128GB for £116 on Black Friday deal. Still waiting though


I'm still waiting too. Tracking says mine arrived into the UK on 28/11..... And that's the last update :-(
hoggs08/12/2019 08:26

I'm still waiting too. Tracking says mine arrived into the UK on …I'm still waiting too. Tracking says mine arrived into the UK on 28/11..... And that's the last update :-(



This was my last Ali order.. China to UK 15th to 23rd, UK port to me 23rd to 29th...

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DingIs08/12/2019 09:34

This was my last Ali order.. China to UK 15th to 23rd, UK port to me 23rd …This was my last Ali order.. China to UK 15th to 23rd, UK port to me 23rd to 29th...[Image]


Oh man :-( You happy with yours?
hoggs08/12/2019 09:41

Oh man :-( You happy with yours?



a fortnight is decent, but I had to pay Customs...

It was a different phone, a Vernee Thor for about £45 for the missus, its a great phone for the money and does what she needs, I'm looking at the Note 8 and similar for me, just not found the right deal yet...
pc502008/12/2019 08:09

Just DM!?


What ya think the winky face means mate?
AndersJ08/12/2019 00:29

Haha. Some people had issues with not getting refunds. But that problem …Haha. Some people had issues with not getting refunds. But that problem can be negotiated by paying by credit card if it's over £100 the card provider is jointly responsible for giving you a refund


No it can't. Aliexpress is a third party which breaks the relationship chain, therefore S75 does not apply unfortunately. Has to be buyer A buys directly from seller B. NOT via third party payment handler C.
hsjluk08/12/2019 17:41

No it can't. Aliexpress is a third party which breaks the relationship …No it can't. Aliexpress is a third party which breaks the relationship chain, therefore S75 does not apply unfortunately. Has to be buyer A buys directly from seller B. NOT via third party payment handler C.


I'm not sure that's true and I can't be bothered to fact check it. I wasn't talking about Ali anyway. @MrSwitch your experience with Ali?
Edited by: "AndersJ" 8th Dec 2019
AndersJ08/12/2019 17:44

I'm not sure that's true and I can't be bothered to fact check it. I …I'm not sure that's true and I can't be bothered to fact check it. I wasn't talking about Ali anyway. @MrSwitch your experience with Ali?


Experience as in?

My experience is 4 phones bought, all on credit card, 2 with a royal mail/customs charge, 2 without.

@AndyRoyd may know the ins and outs of paying with credit card to answer the guy aboves question.
MrSwitch08/12/2019 17:49

Experience as in? My experience is 4 phones bought, all on credit card, 2 …Experience as in? My experience is 4 phones bought, all on credit card, 2 with a royal mail/customs charge, 2 without. @AndyRoyd may know the ins and outs of paying with credit card to answer the guy aboves question.


I meant as in any issues with refunds/missing items etc. I know you say they're one of the more reliable ones
AndersJ08/12/2019 17:52

I meant as in any issues with refunds/missing items etc. I know you say …I meant as in any issues with refunds/missing items etc. I know you say they're one of the more reliable ones


Not one, had a couple of refunds after cancelling a couple of orders, but no serious issues.
MrSwitch08/12/2019 17:55

Not one, had a couple of refunds after cancelling a couple of orders, but …Not one, had a couple of refunds after cancelling a couple of orders, but no serious issues.


How quick were the refunds after cancellation?
AndersJ08/12/2019 17:59

How quick were the refunds after cancellation?


About 2 weeks, bit of a drag, but got there eventually
MrSwitch08/12/2019 17:59

About 2 weeks, bit of a drag, but got there eventually


Thanks mate. Good to know
Thanks. I may need a new phone soon.
MrSwitch08/12/2019 17:49

Experience as in? My experience is 4 phones bought, all on credit card, 2 …Experience as in? My experience is 4 phones bought, all on credit card, 2 with a royal mail/customs charge, 2 without. @AndyRoyd may know the ins and outs of paying with credit card to answer the guy aboves question.


Not sure of the context of this comment because not read the thread but I see mention of Aliexpress so to make generic comment:
as AE does not provide facility for direct payment to trader then no S75 credit card protection is available for any such purchase.
HTH.
AndyRoyd08/12/2019 19:26

Not sure of the context of this comment because not read the thread but I …Not sure of the context of this comment because not read the thread but I see mention of Aliexpress so to make generic comment:as AE does not provide facility for direct payment to trader then no S75 credit card protection is available for any such purchase.HTH.


Cheers Andrew
AndyRoyd08/12/2019 19:26

Not sure of the context of this comment because not read the thread but I …Not sure of the context of this comment because not read the thread but I see mention of Aliexpress so to make generic comment:as AE does not provide facility for direct payment to trader then no S75 credit card protection is available for any such purchase.HTH.


So would this be the same for purchases made from Amazon Marketplace sellers? And why does mean the card provider is no longer responsible for your goods?

My apologies to @hsjluk
Edited by: "AndersJ" 8th Dec 2019
AndersJ08/12/2019 19:31

So would this be the same for purchases made from Amazon Marketplace …So would this be the same for purchases made from Amazon Marketplace sellers? And why does mean the card provider is no longer responsible for your goods?My apologies to @hsjluk


Amazon MP is a good analogy. Card provider in these circumstances never has any mandatory responsibility for trader (non)performance but there may (repeat: may) be a gesture of goodwill route via chargeback request, but that is not legally enforceable unlike an S75-qualifying purchase.
AndyRoyd08/12/2019 19:41

Amazon MP is a good analogy. Card provider in these circumstances never …Amazon MP is a good analogy. Card provider in these circumstances never has any mandatory responsibility for trader (non)performance but there may (repeat: may) be a gesture of goodwill route via chargeback request, but that is not legally enforceable unlike an S75-qualifying purchase.


I got a A minus in GCSE Analogy . So you can still make a request but they're not legally obligated to. Thanks for the info
AndersJ08/12/2019 19:44

...So you can still make a request but they're not legally obligated to. …...So you can still make a request but they're not legally obligated to. Thanks for the info


TBH I've never persued that route as I am not aware of any enforcement legislation, but there may be a financial compliance requirement that may have similar effect as legislation. If this rather dull concept requires further reading you could do worse than absorb the procedures that UK Mastercard expects of its transactions stated in C6 and C7 of PDF below and I have every confidence at the time it was produced the document would be compliant to UK financial regs:
mastercard.co.uk/con…pdf
Here's a Guardian version of the rules, from a few years back...
theguardian.com/mon…act
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