Google Pixel XL 128GB for £433! (Possibly £423)  - Brand NEW Unlocked - Eglobal Central
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Google Pixel XL 128GB for £433! (Possibly £423) - Brand NEW Unlocked - Eglobal Central

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Found 15th Jan
Google Pixel XL 128GB for £433! (Possibly £423)

Use code JBUY599 for another £5.99 discount from the listed price.

Possibly another £10 off through their reward scheme!

Not a bad price at all for this phone. Google store still sell these for £719!
However please note these guys might take a week or 10 days for the items to reach you.
Please do not comment to say this is a fake website etc., I have purchased several items from this website and had no issues, apart from the delay.
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A fair few negative reviews of eglobal central on Xiaomi posts

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Edited by: "deleted1336857" 15th Jan
Aren't these imported? You'll probably also get import duty on top.
I've used eGlobal multiple times without issue. You don't have to pay import costs on top.

You need to be aware that this is the original Pixel and not the new one.
Edited by: "JmeBud" 15th Jan
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The main issue with this seller eglobal central is that there's no come back if you have issues and want to use the manufacturer warranty as most of their phones are from abroad.
Saying that they do appear to offer good value if it's a really good deal you may want to take the risk, but I got the old pixel xl from Carphonewarehouse last year for £400 (just before the release of the pixel 2), so even if it was from a reputable supplier, it's still not a good deal IMO.
Just bought the wife an iPad from eglobal, and no issues at all. Posted from within the UK so no import tax to pay and warranty is with apple via their excellent stores. Would imagine that Google would honour warranty on this too. Buy with a credit card so that any worries about non delivery/ not working on delivery are allayed
Are these phones any Good? I'm contemplating whether to get this or the Samsung galaxy s8.
Better get pixel 2 from carphone warehouse...
A better buy would be the Pixel 2, for a sightly higher price.
waynehardy52 m ago

Just bought the wife an iPad from eglobal, and no issues at all. Posted …Just bought the wife an iPad from eglobal, and no issues at all. Posted from within the UK so no import tax to pay and warranty is with apple via their excellent stores. Would imagine that Google would honour warranty on this too. Buy with a credit card so that any worries about non delivery/ not working on delivery are allayed


Not true. Unless you buy direct from Google then they refer you back to the manufacturer. In the case of my Nexus 6p, the manufacturer then refused a warranty claim because the phone wasnt eu spec. My advice, avoid eglobalcentral like the plague.
morpheus45 m ago

Not true. Unless you buy direct from Google then they refer you back to …Not true. Unless you buy direct from Google then they refer you back to the manufacturer. In the case of my Nexus 6p, the manufacturer then refused a warranty claim because the phone wasnt eu spec. My advice, avoid eglobalcentral like the plague.


Incorrect. Regardless of where you buy, as long as you have the proof purchase, the device is covered by global Google warranty 2 years. Please know the facts before you comment so we don't spread out wrong information.
twisted892 h, 28 m ago

Aren't these imported? You'll probably also get import duty on top.


No you won't as these are shipped from UK.
Sailesh_Bargain_Hunter_0712 m ago

Incorrect. Regardless of where you buy, as long as you have the proof …Incorrect. Regardless of where you buy, as long as you have the proof purchase, the device is covered by global Google warranty 2 years. Please know the facts before you comment so we don't spread out wrong information.


Sorry but it is you who needs to get your facts right....

“Warranties or only valid and enforceable in the locations where the device is purchased.”

Apology accepted!
One advantage the pixel has over the 2 is unlimited uploading of high resolution (more 4K video then photo) for life. Think it was naughty they changed it to 3 years but didn’t really say so when released the 2. Put me off buying the 2 as was torn between iPhone and that.
morpheus11 h, 28 m ago

Sorry but it is you who needs to get your facts right....“Warranties or o …Sorry but it is you who needs to get your facts right....“Warranties or only valid and enforceable in the locations where the device is purchased.”Apology accepted!


If anything went wrong with the phone and you later found out you weren't covered by warranty as long as you pay by credit card you'd have a very good chance the credit card company would have your back, as the site is. Co.uk and you could argue that you were misled and thought you were buying with a UK company and would have a normal warranty. Limitations act 1980 makes a credit card company liable in consumer contacts under s75 joint liability - consumer credit act 1974 for up to six years. I've argued this successfully, with a Samsung tablet from a similar .co.uk none UK company.
I have this phone, paid more via cex as new 128gb. Best handset I've owned, had a Sammy s8 but the screen was over saturated with colour and didn't like it's curves. We'll worth the price. Hot.
I thought you couldn't post "deals" from e global central.
waynehardy19 h, 15 m ago

Just bought the wife an iPad from eglobal, and no issues at all. Posted …Just bought the wife an iPad from eglobal, and no issues at all. Posted from within the UK so no import tax to pay and warranty is with apple via their excellent stores. Would imagine that Google would honour warranty on this too. Buy with a credit card so that any worries about non delivery/ not working on delivery are allayed


Strange they don't mention this on their website? Usually PRC based sellers that post from in the UK make it clear on their webpages as buyers would prefer this.
smr14 h, 25 m ago

Strange they don't mention this on their website? Usually PRC based …Strange they don't mention this on their website? Usually PRC based sellers that post from in the UK make it clear on their webpages as buyers would prefer this.


The iPad I bought recently was posted from in the UK
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