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Oneplus 7T 4G Smartphone 6.55 inch Oxygen OS Based Android 10 £388.47 With Code @ Gearbest
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Oneplus 7T 4G Smartphone 6.55 inch Oxygen OS Based Android 10 £388.47 With Code @ Gearbest

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Posted 2nd NovShipping from Hong Kong
Excellent price here, no idea how long the code will last, but generally not long.

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Oneplus 7T as a phablet features 6.55 inch display afford you a vivid and different visual experience. 4 cameras, 48.0MP + 12.0MP + 16.0MP back camera and 16.0MP front camera, you can enjoy images with 2400 x 1080 high resolution. It comes with most of the features we've come to expect from a phablet, including 8GB RAM 256GB ROM storage equipped with Android 10 Snapdragon 855 Plus and 3800mAh big capacity battery that you can play games faster.

Main Features:
● Snapdragon 855 Plus for a fast and stable performance
● 6.55-inch optic AMOLED screen, it's more fluid to watch movie
● UFS 3.0, open software and games more smoothly
● 48.0MP + 12.0MP + 16.0MP back camera, record the good moments in your life
● 3800mAh battery and 30W Warp flash charge

Networks:
FDD-LTE: B1,2,3,4,5,7,8,12,13,17,18,19,20,26,28,29
TDD-LTE: B34,38,39,40,41
TD-SCDMA: B34,B39
UMTS: B1,2,4,5,8,9,19
CDMA: BC0,BC1
GSM: B2,3,5,8

If you aren't OK with spending this money on this type of site then please don't, there may be extra charges and long waits as well. Always a risk with these kinds of purchases, so do think thoroughly before diving in.

Pay by credit card or PayPal, and ideally have an bank account that covers warranty on Grey imports

Like I say, I really wouldn't go through with this purchase, unless you are 100% certain you can accept there may be issues.

Let me know if you experience issues, and I'll expire ASAP.
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Still can't justify the risk for what could be a small saving. £400 with insured delivery, which I think might almost guarantee customs charges. if customs open the box there is another £80 VAT on top and handling costs. So you may end up paying close to £500 for this phone with no warranty.
Wish there was a way to filter out these dodgy sites. Looking for a good deal on this phone on HUKD but everyone that comes up is from a land far away with lots of caveats.

These posts make me just wanna go and drop £549 at John Lewis and unfollow this keyword.
phatman5502/11/2019 08:54

Deals like this should be in a caveat section. 'Item X should be £500 is …Deals like this should be in a caveat section. 'Item X should be £500 is now £400 with this code' - that's a deal.These foreign imports that will ultimately save you a couple of quid if your lucky arnt deals imo.


But yet they do help some, Probably just as many as who wouldn't take up this deal.

I've never had one issue with any of these types of sellers yet, and I'd hope people would look into these companies before diving in, taking into account the potential risks to get something £170 less than the UK prices.

Maybe hukd need to do more in the way of letting people know the risks, Instead of relying on posters like me to put disclaimers in all of my deals, this is an hukd issue.

Edited by: "MrSwitch" 2nd Nov
saltyzip02/11/2019 08:50

Still can't justify the risk for what could be a small saving. £400 with …Still can't justify the risk for what could be a small saving. £400 with insured delivery, which I think might almost guarantee customs charges. if customs open the box there is another £80 VAT on top and handling costs. So you may end up paying close to £500 for this phone with no warranty.


Deals like this should be in a caveat section.

'Item X should be £500 is now £400 with this code' - that's a deal.

These foreign imports that will ultimately save you a couple of quid if your lucky arnt deals imo.
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The free onplus case offer is still available using the code FREECASE

It shows as expired...but 100 percent still working, just setup an extra account for another one.

Ordered my 7T yesterday via eBay with the discount code.

hotukdeals.com/vou…050
Still can't decide if I wanna risk gearbest or eGlobal.... Gonna go for the OnePlus 7T, got the freecase too should I wait for black Friday?
Does this one have the high refresh screen?
Wish there was a way to filter out these dodgy sites. Looking for a good deal on this phone on HUKD but everyone that comes up is from a land far away with lots of caveats.

These posts make me just wanna go and drop £549 at John Lewis and unfollow this keyword.
benjamin.warren02/11/2019 08:41

Still can't decide if I wanna risk gearbest or eGlobal.... Gonna go for …Still can't decide if I wanna risk gearbest or eGlobal.... Gonna go for the OnePlus 7T, got the freecase too should I wait for black Friday?



Very rare do they offer discounts on the latest handset. They may drop the 7 & 7 pro
phatman5502/11/2019 08:41

Wish there was a way to filter out these dodgy sites. Looking for a good …Wish there was a way to filter out these dodgy sites. Looking for a good deal on this phone on HUKD but everyone that comes up is from a land far away with lots of caveats. These posts make me just wanna go and drop £549 at John Lewis and unfollow this keyword.


Fair enough! Get no argument from me
phatman5502/11/2019 08:41

Wish there was a way to filter out these dodgy sites. Looking for a good …Wish there was a way to filter out these dodgy sites. Looking for a good deal on this phone on HUKD but everyone that comes up is from a land far away with lots of caveats. These posts make me just wanna go and drop £549 at John Lewis and unfollow this keyword.


That is exactly my feeling, can use klarna for 0% interest for 12 months if feeling the pinch on 550.
Still can't justify the risk for what could be a small saving. £400 with insured delivery, which I think might almost guarantee customs charges. if customs open the box there is another £80 VAT on top and handling costs. So you may end up paying close to £500 for this phone with no warranty.
saltyzip02/11/2019 08:50

Still can't justify the risk for what could be a small saving. £400 with …Still can't justify the risk for what could be a small saving. £400 with insured delivery, which I think might almost guarantee customs charges. if customs open the box there is another £80 VAT on top and handling costs. So you may end up paying close to £500 for this phone with no warranty.


Very rare you get any kind of customs charge from gearbest, not impossible.

But I understand where you're coming from.
saltyzip02/11/2019 08:50

Still can't justify the risk for what could be a small saving. £400 with …Still can't justify the risk for what could be a small saving. £400 with insured delivery, which I think might almost guarantee customs charges. if customs open the box there is another £80 VAT on top and handling costs. So you may end up paying close to £500 for this phone with no warranty.


Deals like this should be in a caveat section.

'Item X should be £500 is now £400 with this code' - that's a deal.

These foreign imports that will ultimately save you a couple of quid if your lucky arnt deals imo.
MrSwitch02/11/2019 08:51

Very rare you get any kind of customs charge from gearbest, not …Very rare you get any kind of customs charge from gearbest, not impossible. But I understand where you're coming from.


How is that possible, do they put gift on the box?
phatman5502/11/2019 08:54

Deals like this should be in a caveat section. 'Item X should be £500 is …Deals like this should be in a caveat section. 'Item X should be £500 is now £400 with this code' - that's a deal.These foreign imports that will ultimately save you a couple of quid if your lucky arnt deals imo.


But yet they do help some, Probably just as many as who wouldn't take up this deal.

I've never had one issue with any of these types of sellers yet, and I'd hope people would look into these companies before diving in, taking into account the potential risks to get something £170 less than the UK prices.

Maybe hukd need to do more in the way of letting people know the risks, Instead of relying on posters like me to put disclaimers in all of my deals, this is an hukd issue.

Edited by: "MrSwitch" 2nd Nov
saltyzip02/11/2019 08:57

How is that possible, do they put gift on the box?


They generally send from HK to a warehouse in the EU, relabel it, then forward it to the customer.
MrSwitch02/11/2019 09:00

They generally send from HK to a warehouse in the EU, relabel it, then …They generally send from HK to a warehouse in the EU, relabel it, then forward it to the customer.


Is there any evidence of this?
phatman5502/11/2019 09:03

Is there any evidence of this?


I can only go off packages I've received.

Mine were relabled in belgium, then forwarded to me, I'll see if I can hunt out a pic.
MrSwitch02/11/2019 08:58

But yet they do help some, Probably just as many as who wouldn't take up …But yet they do help some, Probably just as many as who wouldn't take up this deal. I've never had one issue with any of these types of sellers yet, and I'd hope people would look into these companies before diving in, taking into account the potential risks to get something £170 less than the UK prices. Maybe hukd need to do more in the way of letting people know the risks, Instead of relying on posters like me to put disclaimers in all of my deals, this is an hukd issue.


Agreed, it could be a simple tick box option within the listing section.
phatman5502/11/2019 09:03

Is there any evidence of this?


Can't find it mate, though I do have 18,000 photos stored
MrSwitch02/11/2019 09:15

Can't find it mate, though I do have 18,000 photos stored


It's not life or death 🏻
I am too interested to order. I have some worries about the customs.
phatman5502/11/2019 09:15

It's not life or death 🏻


Na but I'd like to prove what I'm saying
alived02/11/2019 09:16

I am too interested to order. I have some worries about the customs.


Don't order then in that case, if you are worried don't go ahead.
I first did not see EU priority line. Now see it. So it will come safely. So to hit now or wait 11.11.2019?
I’m also leaning towards waiting for a Black Friday UK deal - only thing that keeps tempting me is the 256gb international version. UK only seems to have 128gb
mattymatmatson02/11/2019 09:50

I’m also leaning towards waiting for a Black Friday UK deal - only thing t …I’m also leaning towards waiting for a Black Friday UK deal - only thing that keeps tempting me is the 256gb international version. UK only seems to have 128gb


I agree I am also tempted with this great offer or should I wait until black Friday hoping for something better?

Anyone know if delivery to the UK is an issue in terms of paying tax?
Great deal, I'm very tempted but my only question is would buying from gearbest void the nationwide flexplus insurance. I'm very prone to dropping my phones
charlotte2102/11/2019 10:11

Great deal, I'm very tempted but my only question is would buying from …Great deal, I'm very tempted but my only question is would buying from gearbest void the nationwide flexplus insurance. I'm very prone to dropping my phones


Apparently nationwide now don't cover Grey imports
MrSwitch02/11/2019 10:12

Apparently nationwide now don't cover Grey imports


OK thanks for sharing. I've reread their t&c's and they don't mention anything so thought better to check with the community.. Thanks
MrSwitch02/11/2019 10:12

Apparently nationwide now don't cover Grey imports


Interesting - now will deffo wait for a UK deal as was going to rely on that in the absence of a warranty
Good price but I wish it weren't so ugly...
Aquaslim02/11/2019 12:42

Good price but I wish it weren't so ugly...


That rear camera array is a little poop
MrSwitch02/11/2019 12:43

That rear camera array is a little poop


It looks like ugly brother of Mate 30 pro
Edited by: "Aquaslim" 2nd Nov
Aquaslim02/11/2019 12:46

It looks like ugly brother of Mate 30 pro


Yet the square camera on the 20 pro is good looking imo
MrSwitch02/11/2019 12:47

Yet the square camera on the 20 pro is good looking imo


The best camera array designwise lately.
Edited by: "Aquaslim" 2nd Nov
Switch how do I get a sealed version I hear a lot of them are open box
The_Fiend02/11/2019 16:56

Switch how do I get a sealed version I hear a lot of them are open box


Buy new on ebay, or buy new from the uk, no guarantees anywhere else, as the rest may have had the global flashed.
MrSwitch02/11/2019 17:07

Buy new on ebay, or buy new from the uk, no guarantees anywhere else, as …Buy new on ebay, or buy new from the uk, no guarantees anywhere else, as the rest may have had the global flashed.


Thanks very much I found a link for £380 and its the 256b version
MrSwitch02/11/2019 17:07

Buy new on ebay, or buy new from the uk, no guarantees anywhere else, as …Buy new on ebay, or buy new from the uk, no guarantees anywhere else, as the rest may have had the global flashed.


It comes with a plug tho so idk also its from Switzerland
The_Fiend02/11/2019 17:14

It comes with a plug tho so idk also its from Switzerland


That'll be from DWI International at a guess, a subsidiary of eglobal central.
MrSwitch02/11/2019 17:24

That'll be from DWI International at a guess, a subsidiary of eglobal …That'll be from DWI International at a guess, a subsidiary of eglobal central.


What does that mean lol
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