Motorola Moto X Force XT1580 64GB 4G LTE "Single Sim" SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Black £209.99 @ Eglobal Central
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Motorola Moto X Force XT1580 64GB 4G LTE "Single Sim" SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Black £209.99 @ Eglobal Central

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Found 29th JanMade hot 30th Jan
Amazon selling this for Price:£360.79,
John Lewis £479 with watch,
Appliance Direct £399.00

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It is best phone for £205 with free delivery in UK

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Original Poster

Forgot to add its features.

Moto ShatterShield Display
Great protection with a 5.4” AMOLED Quad HD display
48-hour battery
High capacity 3760 mAh battery powers through two days4
TurboPower charging Up to 13 hours of battery life in just 15 minutes
Water-repellent
Guarded by advanced nano-coating technology

Processor
Ultra-powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor

21 MP camera
Captures beautiful, true-to-life images in any light

For details :
motorola.co.uk/pro…rce?&utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=google&utm_campaign=UK+-+Brand+-+Moto+X&utm_content=force+-+Exact&utm_term={motorola+moto+x+force}&gclid=CK3Cn8PG6NECFQoA0wodm8cE8g

Motorola selling it for £449.

good phone - terrible retailer.

Original Poster

Free update to (Android 7.0) Nugat on this phone

check this link: -
http://www.theverge.com/circuitbreaker/2016/10/5/13171754/motorola-android-nougat-update-list

Features from the seller website:

Qualcomm MSM8994 Snapdragon 810

- 64 GB, 3 GB RAM, microSD

- 5.4" AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 2560x1440, 540ppi, Shatterproof protection

- 21 MP Rear Camera, f/2.0, phase detection autofocus, dual-LED (dual tone) flash

- 5 MP Front Camera, f/2.0, LED flash

- Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, hotspot

- Bluetooth v4.1, A2DP, EDR, LE

- Non-removable Li-Ion 3760 mAh battery

Original Poster

Bilbo1968

good phone - terrible retailer.



First time i bought from this seller, for safety, paid with Paypal. ( also selected insured postage option with extra 4 quid)

David_34

First time i bought from this seller, for safety, paid with Paypal. ( … First time i bought from this seller, for safety, paid with Paypal. ( also selected insured postage option with extra 4 quid)



It's nothing to do with payment - if you get a problem you'll discover exactly how much your warranty is worth - NOTHING.

can you trust this retailer?

For those like me, wondering who the retailer is, it's eglobal! That's why it's cheap.

Original Poster

JC1997

can you trust this retailer?



you are not buying china brand. Its motorola. Pay with paypal.
Anything goes wrong, use this link :-
motorola-global-en-uk.custhelp.com/app…ice

JC1997

can you trust this retailer?



Google reviews of the company re returns etc.

Original Poster

Bilbo1968

Google reviews of the company re returns etc.



4.4/5

ekomi.co.uk/rev…tml

David_34

4.4/5https://www.ekomi.co.uk/review-eglobal-central-uk.html



5.6/10 Trustpilot

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/eglobalcentral.co.uk

But don't look at the numbers - actually read the reviews concerning receiving a damaged item or having to return an item

wouldn't buy even if it was £150 from this retailer. really bad luck if something goes wrong

This is a terrible company to deal with. Any thing wrong and you've had it!

Bought from them before. Did not had a problem. But may not have same level of CS if something goes wrong.

But if phone is received in its condition as stated then surely for any issues one would be dealing with Motorola?

I posted this two weeks ago and it went to -147.
This site is crazy there is no logic to it.
hotukdeals.com/dea…827

kamania

But if phone is received in its condition as stated then surely for any … But if phone is received in its condition as stated then surely for any issues one would be dealing with Motorola?



​not of its not UK model handset.

from Motorola warrant page "Claims under this Limited Warranty may only be made in the country of purchase."

These are most likely cheaper shipments from China. They are genuine Motorola but were made to be sold in other countries...

This Seller is actually a Chinese company.
Edited by: "jayman1986" 30th Jan

kamania

But if phone is received in its condition as stated then surely for any … But if phone is received in its condition as stated then surely for any issues one would be dealing with Motorola?



It's not Motorola your buying from is it?, so why should Motorola be lumbered with it? (if you think about it?).

Same way as if you buy an HP Laptop from Currys/PC World, you don't send it back to HP do you?, you rather immediately send it back to Currys/PC World?.

Same way as when I bought a dodgy Lenovo Laptop last year from Argos, when it went belly up (within it's warrantee period that is ... ) I sent it straight back to Argos to query the discrepancy, I didn't for the life of me even consider Lenovo as the rather viable 'option'? (not even once ..... )

amour3k

It's not Motorola your buying from is it?, so why should Motorola be … It's not Motorola your buying from is it?, so why should Motorola be lumbered with it? (if you think about it?).Same way as if you buy an HP Laptop from Currys/PC World, you don't send it back to HP do you?, you rather immediately send it back to Currys/PC World?.Same way as when I bought a dodgy Lenovo Laptop last year from Argos, when it went belly up (within it's warrantee period that is ... ) I sent it straight back to Argos to query the discrepancy, I didn't for the life of me even consider Lenovo as the rather viable 'option'? (not even once ..... )



​​​​This is nonsense. Thankfully you don't have to take products back to the retailer. If this were true I'd be stuck with a broken Lenovo laptop and Motorola smart watch after I moved to Spain. I just contacted the manufacturer who sorted it for me. It's usually faster to deal direct with the manufacturer unless it's in the the first 28 days.

Great price, nice one OP

MysticalUndies

​​​​This is nonsense. Thankfully you don't have to take products back to t … ​​​​This is nonsense. Thankfully you don't have to take products back to the retailer. If this were true I'd be stuck with a broken Lenovo laptop and Motorola smart watch after I moved to Spain. I just contacted the manufacturer who sorted it for me. It's usually faster to deal direct with the manufacturer unless it's in the the first 28 days.



​Had to experience the misfortune of dealing with Motorola late last year when mine broke. Took them 6 weeks to fix the stupid thing, it got caught in a dispute between two repair centres Motorola uses. They even charged me to post it to them and a lot of money phoning their premium rate numbers to chase and it was a clear warranty claim. Great phone, awful manufacturer, Motorola that is!

I think the issue is the phone is not made in Europe these are grey imports from China so the warranty is invalid when trying to make a warranty claim in Europe. It's the same with good bought over from USA no warranty from the manufacturer only warranty you do get is from the seller if they decide to help you out. A lot of sellers sell grey imports so any issues you will have to go to seller and the manufacturer will not do anything as the items warranty only cover from the country where the item should have been sold.

Is this UK Stock...?

If not then it's a cold deal.

Note the £10 discount by subscribing to their newsletter only applies to orders over £500, you find that out after subscribing

David_34

you are not buying china brand. Its motorola. Pay with paypal.Anything … you are not buying china brand. Its motorola. Pay with paypal.Anything goes wrong, use this link :-https://motorola-global-en-uk.custhelp.com/app/mcp/service




Motorola,

Bought by Lenovo,

Therefore is chinese.

Better off getting a good condition secondhand oneplus one for circa £100 we have been running two of these one new and one secondhand for last two years still going strong.

even when I ordered moto g direct from moto it was recieved direct from China sent by dhl

I would pay the extra and buy from john Lewis,
bought identical phone from john Lewis and after 3 months it developed a problem with the microphone (common problem)
I called customer service who said return to my nearest jl store with it,
I went to my local jl store who was all apologetic and said I have 3 options,
1 was that they would have to order me a replacment from the warehouse as the store don't stock the phone, 2 choose another phone that they had in stock or 3 take a full refund.
I was surprised at my options as I was expecting the old well as you've had it the long then we will have to send it away for repair.

Edited by: "gazza1970" 30th Jan

Q: How does your warranty work?
A: As products are being imported from overseas, the Original Warranty may not be applicable with your local dealer but eGlobal Central covers your item with our own 24-month warranty (12-month warranty for mobile, tablets and audio products) just as the original warranty. For more information, please refer to our Warranty Policy.

So NO UK WARRANTY
Edited by: "abhijitdash123" 30th Jan

Sorry good pruce but voting cold the retailer is a joke

Grwat price. But no warranty, no deal

This or lenovo P2 almost at the same price please?

Dreadful reviews of eGlobal online. Little or no customer service. They are a "virtual" company so they match you to the product. No shop front no nothing so if anything goes wrong you will have difficulties.

" We also do not operate a physical store. Therefore we can offer you items at lowest prices."
Amazing prices but thats the catch. Buy at your peril.

MysticalUndies

​​​​This is nonsense. Thankfully you don't have to take products back to t … ​​​​This is nonsense. Thankfully you don't have to take products back to the retailer. If this were true I'd be stuck with a broken Lenovo laptop and Motorola smart watch after I moved to Spain. I just contacted the manufacturer who sorted it for me. It's usually faster to deal direct with the manufacturer unless it's in the the first 28 days.



Not nonsense ​actually. Legally, the liability is with the seller . Though it gets a bit more murky when you buy outside the EU

hamodah

This or lenovo P2 almost at the same price please?



The P2 unless you're the type of person who is accident prone.

good phone but had to send mine back because of the pink line problem many of these suffer from. however Motorola are refusing to fix it claiming it's a faulty board and that's not covered by warranty

MysticalUndies

​​​​This is nonsense. Thankfully you don't have to take products back to t … ​​​​This is nonsense. Thankfully you don't have to take products back to the retailer. If this were true I'd be stuck with a broken Lenovo laptop and Motorola smart watch after I moved to Spain. I just contacted the manufacturer who sorted it for me. It's usually faster to deal direct with the manufacturer unless it's in the the first 28 days.



​I world advise caution. I bought from cpw. Motorola don't allow them to do repairs so I had to send to Motorola. they don't accept returns outside country of purchase

fish323

I posted this two weeks ago and it went to -147.This site is crazy there … I posted this two weeks ago and it went to -147.This site is crazy there is no logic to it.http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/moto-x-force-1580-220-eglobal-central-2598827[/qu[quote=fish323]I posted this two weeks ago and it went to -147.This site is crazy there is no logic to it.http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/moto-x-force-1580-220-eglobal-central-2598827


THE TEAM CAN`T EVER RESPOND TO ME.

also, if you drop this phone and break anything, they won't cover it. Not even the unbreakable screen

I wonder how many people here have actually bought from the retailer and aren't just reading trustpilot.

I have bought 3 phones from them, including my current Mi5, all were shipped and delivered within a week, using tracked DPD, no customs to deal with, international versions only, all sealed.

My mum dropped her LE G4 from there, and it broke, of her own accord, and through PayPal I got a full refund 8 months after, despite it only having a 6 month warranty (which is UK eligible, unlike aliexpress) for example

1 thing I would say is of course use PayPal, they're amazing, but for fast, custom free, international version, cheap phones, with UK warranties, this is a great site

funny how a Xiaomi phone from gearbest, or some similar Chinese site, places with insane delivery times, poor CS and the same prices, get scorching, but eglobal with all these benefits, not so much. I don't get it.
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