iPhone X 64GB Brand New Unlocked £778.11 with code - eGlobal Central
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iPhone X 64GB Brand New Unlocked £778.11 with code - eGlobal Central

£778.11£793.992%eGlobal Central Deals
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Found 3rd FebEdited by:"supremestar"
Use a promo code "VALENTINES" to get the price £778.11

Even further discount of £10 when signing up for a newsletter which can be cancelled later.

Personally I bought two items from the eGlobal last year and have no problems with the items or shopping or no charges incurred from the customs etc.
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Great price, it shouldn't matter with the warranty due it being direct with Apple anyway. Just make sure you pay via PayPal.
I'd rather wait for the S9 and get it for cheaper.
Waiting for the iPhone X Plus later this year
Dillz_56 m ago

I'd rather wait for the S9 and get it for cheaper.


Jst out of curiosity if thats the case is it just because android people like to troll, you opened this deal?
Edited by: "adsthompson" 3rd Feb
Plus VAT if you’re unlucky enough to get caught by customs
Eglobal. Translated as "stay away".
I wonder how many people are happy to try and dodge a couple of hundred pounds in tax on something like this and then get all high-horsey about corporations doing the same and criticizing the cuts to local services?
bilbob10 m ago

I wonder how many people are happy to try and dodge a couple of hundred …I wonder how many people are happy to try and dodge a couple of hundred pounds in tax on something like this and then get all high-horsey about corporations doing the same and criticizing the cuts to local services?


Sounds like a confession
bilbob1 h, 55 m ago

I wonder how many people are happy to try and dodge a couple of hundred …I wonder how many people are happy to try and dodge a couple of hundred pounds in tax on something like this and then get all high-horsey about corporations doing the same and criticizing the cuts to local services?



Couple of hundred here and there makes a huge difference to most of us as not rich as the multi-million/billion making corporations in comparison. Average Joe/Jane does it to save a bob or 2 - money for a much needed rainy day that's inevitably coming in a working class persons life. But the corporations do it strictly for greed. Nobody wants to pay tax and if the corporations dont pay they have found a loophole(s) in the system so blame those in charge for not plugging the hole(s).
captainjack26 m ago

Couple of hundred here and there makes a huge difference to most of us as …Couple of hundred here and there makes a huge difference to most of us as not rich as the multi-million/billion making corporations in comparison. Average Joe/Jane does it to save a bob or 2 - money for a much needed rainy day that's inevitably coming in a working class persons life. But the corporations do it strictly for greed. Nobody wants to pay tax and if the corporations dont pay they have found a loophole(s) in the system so blame those in charge for not plugging the hole(s).


And when a few million do that to 'save a few bob' it's no different. It's till money that could be spent elsewhere. And it's spend that isn't being spent in this country, so that's jobs that are not used to serve you, and the entire purchase chain is affected.
Not trying to be high horsey. I know people do it, but don't be moaning that others 'evade' tax, then think it's great to save a 'few bob' by dodging vat, import duties, and the money spent in a high street, the wages that are not paid, and the business rates not paid y the business that went under...
I was wondering why this deal is cold. possibly due to apple haters or people who dont afford it. A saving of £222 to anyone considering buying IP X is a good deal. Considering eG central, I donot see any issue as apart from delivery time as Warranty is with Apple and purchase is covered by Paypal or CC ,right?
im not an flapple fanboy but thats a cracking saving for those that are, have some heat
bilbob58 m ago

And when a few million do that to 'save a few bob' it's no different. It's …And when a few million do that to 'save a few bob' it's no different. It's till money that could be spent elsewhere. And it's spend that isn't being spent in this country, so that's jobs that are not used to serve you, and the entire purchase chain is affected. Not trying to be high horsey. I know people do it, but don't be moaning that others 'evade' tax, then think it's great to save a 'few bob' by dodging vat, import duties, and the money spent in a high street, the wages that are not paid, and the business rates not paid y the business that went under...



The way in which the government spends and doesnt spend is criminal period. Its become a modern day Sheriff of Nottingham. We pay tax on our incomes before it even lands in our accounts. We then pay another tax in the form of vat on just about every single thing we buy. You want to pay and not try to avoid paying if you can help it? Then go for it but dont sell that old hogwash that you're peddling as justification for paying it. That argument is valid and true if the government was functioning in the best interests of the people it governs but it simply doesnt - the public/taxpayer is a cash cow and every single area of our lives comes with a bill and a way to penalise us in some inventive and insane manner.

Never once moaned about anyone not paying, if you can avoid it and are bold enough to try as well then, as the saying goes fortune favours the brave. We get charged way, way too much in the first place and receive very, very little in return now. Agree to disagree, I'm done. Mic drop
Edited by: "captainjack" 3rd Feb
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