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Huawei P30 Pro - Black - 8gb/256gb - Sim Free - £687.79 @ eGlobal Central
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Huawei P30 Pro - Black - 8gb/256gb - Sim Free - £687.79 @ eGlobal Central

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Posted 9th May
Lowest price that I've seen so far. As always, buying from eGlobal comes with the usual warning; delivery could take a fortnight, customer service sucks, you won't be covered by UK warranty etc (can't wait for that guy to come and post, can't remember the username).

However, if you're prepared to take the risk, this is an excellent price for one of the best phones out right now.

Right now, the Galaxy S10+ is still cheaper - I'd say one of the only reasons why I'd buy this over that device is that the S10+ isn't great in low light photography, but this is superb. I'm expecting this to be sub £650 in the next few weeks, and the OnePlus 7 comes out next week.

- Kirin 980
- 8GB, 256GB
- 6.47 inches OLED, 1080 x 2340, 398 ppi
- Rear Camera: 40.0 + 20.0 + 8.0 MP
- Front Camera: 32.0MP
- Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, WiFi Direct, hotspot
- Bluetooth 5.0
- 4200 mAh
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99iainb09/05/2019 15:04

here's my experience with …here's my experience with eglobalhttps://www.trustpilot.com/users/5895aabd0000ff000a73c337


Thank you for restoring my faith in humanity.
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99iainb? We are waiting
MrSwitch09/05/2019 13:52

99iainb? We are waiting


Spot on - disappointed you got the first comment, to be honest!!
Does it come with a UK charger?
... and what's the deal worth customs?
lutherinlondon09/05/2019 14:38

... and what's the deal worth customs?


Usually fine, potentially can be stopped according to reports. No idea what the process is then.
99iainb09/05/2019 15:04

here's my experience with …here's my experience with eglobalhttps://www.trustpilot.com/users/5895aabd0000ff000a73c337


Thank you for restoring my faith in humanity.
Undisclosed209/05/2019 15:08

Thank you for restoring my faith in humanity.


it's absolutely no trouble at all
He's here, yay!


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Having read that, I'm not sure I'd be sending them £687 of my hard earned money either.
This used to be a problem 10 or more years ago when everyone was based abroad, even when in the Channel Islands, it could be an absolute nightmare.

I know people who buy radio electronics from abroad have similar issues, despite being exactly the same models with the same firmware, these UK based companies force people to send them back to the retailer so that they can keep their pricing cartel going (If it wasn't such a small market, trading standards would be all over the top of companies like Icom and Yaesu who will only let dealers sell things at prices that they set nationally, despite it being against the law).
newsgroupmonkey09/05/2019 15:50

Having read that, I'm not sure I'd be sending them £687 of my hard earned …Having read that, I'm not sure I'd be sending them £687 of my hard earned money either.This used to be a problem 10 or more years ago when everyone was based abroad, even when in the Channel Islands, it could be an absolute nightmare.I know people who buy radio electronics from abroad have similar issues, despite being exactly the same models with the same firmware, these UK based companies force people to send them back to the retailer so that they can keep their pricing cartel going (If it wasn't such a small market, trading standards would be all over the top of companies like Icom and Yaesu who will only let dealers sell things at prices that they set nationally, despite it being against the law).


There are screw ups, for sure. On the other hand, there are vast numbers of people who've benefited from a great product saving £££s - people don't write on Trust Pilot when they are happy, as a general rule. I've personally used this company a few times and had no issues - but some certainly have had such problems.

I consider it a calculated risk - whether you do or not, is obviously down to you.
dantad09/05/2019 14:02

Does it come with a UK charger?


Maybe ! - I've bought several electronic goods from eGlobal before & some have come with a UK plug & some European. At the end of the day, if they're offering the cheapest price, then you get what you get...
Undisclosed209/05/2019 16:03

There are screw ups, for sure. On the other hand, there are vast numbers …There are screw ups, for sure. On the other hand, there are vast numbers of people who've benefited from a great product saving £££s - people don't write on Trust Pilot when they are happy, as a general rule. I've personally used this company a few times and had no issues - but some certainly have had such problems.I consider it a calculated risk - whether you do or not, is obviously down to you.



Yeah, I'd do it for £10 chinese tat. £687 worth of phone, not so much.
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Anyone out there looking for deals on the 512GB model? Best price I've seen is around £1000.
Undisclosed209/05/2019 16:03

There are screw ups, for sure. On the other hand, there are vast numbers …There are screw ups, for sure. On the other hand, there are vast numbers of people who've benefited from a great product saving £££s - people don't write on Trust Pilot when they are happy, as a general rule. I've personally used this company a few times and had no issues - but some certainly have had such problems.I consider it a calculated risk - whether you do or not, is obviously down to you.


I agree, I’ve bought from them and had no serious issue but the post on Trustpilot carries a lesson and that is, if you have a problem with a purchase just send it to the manufacturers service centre in the country where the warranty is valid. OK, there are shipping costs but there is a very high probability that the phone will be fixed or replaced. I once used a Samsung service centre in the UK and there were outstanding.
I see this deal has been extended until 11:30 BST tomorrow. Anyone purchased?
Geebsie12/05/2019 17:24

I see this deal has been extended until 11:30 BST tomorrow. Anyone …I see this deal has been extended until 11:30 BST tomorrow. Anyone purchased?


Not sure why they say extended, as it is the same (unless they mean by 2 hours!)

There is at least one satisfied person from the last time I posted this here; hotukdeals.com/com…515
Offer now extend until 15 May so this can be unexpired!
Anyone ordered this and actually received it?
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