Google Pixel 2 64GB SIM Free £489 @ e2save (All colours)
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WARNING WARNING WARNING

"You won’t be able to return your handset if you make any calls, send texts, or download any data."

e2save.com/hel…ges

AVOID.

Returns policy is zero out of ten.
Edited by: "deany76" 9th Jan
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How the Mighty Google Tumbles...
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deleted8944659th Jan

How the Mighty Google Tumbles...


They messed up the prices on these I believe. But yeah astonished how much the price has dropped in a matter of a few months.
Drop lower please
It was the ads for this phone that annoyed me on Facebook, could be 299 and still not that bothered.
WARNING WARNING WARNING

"You won’t be able to return your handset if you make any calls, send texts, or download any data."

e2save.com/hel…ges

AVOID.

Returns policy is zero out of ten.
Edited by: "deany76" 9th Jan
Spend £10 and buy from pc world for peace of mind.
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deany7617 m ago

WARNING WARNING WARNING"You won’t be able to return your handset if you m …WARNING WARNING WARNING"You won’t be able to return your handset if you make any calls, send texts, or download any data."https://www.e2save.com/help/returns-exchangesAVOID.Returns policy is zero out of ten.


How will they know?
They are the one and same company

Currys/PC World/Carphone warehouse/Dixons/e2Save/Mobiles.co.uk
deany761 h, 7 m ago

WARNING WARNING WARNING"You won’t be able to return your handset if you m …WARNING WARNING WARNING"You won’t be able to return your handset if you make any calls, send texts, or download any data."https://www.e2save.com/help/returns-exchangesAVOID.Returns policy is zero out of ten.


I'm pretty sure that is for full refund returns if and when you just don't want the device.

Faults would be a separate issue and policy altogether.

Think you are over reacting without fully reading the policy.
EmperorRosko7 m ago

I'm pretty sure that is for full refund returns if and when you just don't …I'm pretty sure that is for full refund returns if and when you just don't want the device.Faults would be a separate issue and policy altogether.Think you are over reacting without fully reading the policy.




Not over reacting in the slightest.

The wording in their returns policy is clear as day. ie you can't return once sim is inserted and used.

How many folks will just look at a device (before inserting sim) and say "this smartphone is perfect for my needs".
Edited by: "deany76" 9th Jan
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deany764 m ago

Not over reacting in the slightest.The wording in their returns policy is …Not over reacting in the slightest.The wording in their returns policy is clear as day. ie you can't return once sim is inserted and used.How many folks will just look at a device (before inserting sim) and say "this smartphone is perfect for my needs".


I think that's referring to a Handset bought with an airtime Sim. I.e contract.

But I could be wrong. The wording is a bit odd ... Just downloaded the whole Terms and Conditions PDF lol.
Lol. Google tried to ape the rip off pricing of Apple and failed miserably. These phones have a long way to decrease in price yet. Totally serves them right imo. I remember the exciting days of the Nexus 4 when Google used to give tremendous VFM.
deany767 h, 12 m ago

Not over reacting in the slightest.The wording in their returns policy is …Not over reacting in the slightest.The wording in their returns policy is clear as day. ie you can't return once sim is inserted and used.How many folks will just look at a device (before inserting sim) and say "this smartphone is perfect for my needs".


Will it says you can turn it on and check it out first. If I was running a business I wouldn't haven't a policy where people could just send a phone back for the hell of it, cos they wanted something else after using it. What other company allows that?

It's clear that if the phone is opened but unused for calls or texts then you can send it back, of you do use it but the device develops a fault then you go through the warranty.

I'm not sure where your worry is coming from.
"What other company allows that?"

Apple, John Lewis, Costco, Amazon (fulfilled by) Google, onePlus.

I agree people should do as much due diligence as possible before buying.
However it's very difficult to be 100% certain you've made the right choice until you've actually used the device.
tenner more at carphone warehouse. allot less hassle
£529 now
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moxon1 h, 6 m ago

£529 now

I've expired it.
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