Samsung Galaxy Note 8 N950FD 6GB Ram 64GB Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Orchid Grey - £555.99 @ Eglobalcentral
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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 N950FD 6GB Ram 64GB Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Orchid Grey - £555.99 @ Eglobalcentral

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Found 30th JanEdited by:"bestpricebob"
Seems to be getting cheaper by the week. Lowest price I've ever seen yet.

Midnight Black variant for the same price on tobydeals tobydeals.com/en_…tml

As mentioned by other's, pay by credit card/payal for reassurance.

Further £5 discount is available by applying the code from the popup promotion, so essentially £550.99
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Voted hot best screen , works as a computer.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 30th Jan
sam_of_london3 m ago

Voted hot best screen , works as a computer.


What do you mean?
Good Price
Edited by: "RichT37" 30th Jan
Great fone, fast, smooth and yea slide it into a dex system and its a pc, great screen and a good price, but i would'nt buy from this lot. Hot fone cold company.
It's a good price but dodgy seller. Going to hold out a little longer.
They charged me €80 when I sent a Phone back and they said there was no fault. Tempting price but effectively no warrant
Dodgy company to be avoide
ScrambledEggZone30th Jan

It's a good price but dodgy seller. Going to hold out a little longer.


bfreesun30th Jan

Dodgy company to be avoide


Workaround: presumably the typical buyer would not view a UK credit card company as being dodgy? So pay the merchant directly by UK credit card and then benefit from replicated merchant obigations provided by the UK credit card company, aka S75.
"...often if you buy something using a credit card abroad it's much more difficult to get in touch with the retailer. So don't bother, simply make a claim directly against the card company."
moneysavingexpert.com/sho…ses
AndyRoyd30 m ago

Workaround: presumably the typical buyer would not view a UK credit card …Workaround: presumably the typical buyer would not view a UK credit card company as being dodgy? So pay the merchant directly by UK credit card and then benefit from replicated merchant obigations provided by the UK credit card company, aka S75."...often if you buy something using a credit card abroad it's much more difficult to get in touch with the retailer. So don't bother, simply make a claim directly against the card company."https://www.moneysavingexpert.com/shopping/section75-protect-your-purchases


Not much help if the phone just developed a fault.
ataritheone45 m ago

Not much help if the phone just developed a fault.


S75 means the credit card co has an obligation to replicate the obligations of the merchant, inc warranty obligations.
They send phone with unsealed they open phone in company
AndyRoyd7 h, 33 m ago

S75 means the credit card co has an obligation to replicate the …S75 means the credit card co has an obligation to replicate the obligations of the merchant, inc warranty obligations.


Does not make the credit card company responsible or pay for the postage back to Hong Kong in case of phone failure. They state officially that you have to send the phone back if you want it fixed. £80 one way. More if they don' find any faults and make you pay to send it back. And in the mean time you have to exhaust all the forms of communication with the merchant to make sure you're refused the fix/replacement by them. After that, you have to prove it to the credit card company as well, And go through the revision process. Basically 6-8 weeks no phone or money. If you're unlucky... longer. No thank you.
Egloba...COLD! Hot to me though.
ataritheone2 h, 1 m ago

Does not make the credit card company responsible or pay for the postage …Does not make the credit card company responsible or pay for the postage back to Hong Kong in case of phone failure. They state officially that you have to send the phone back if you want it fixed. £80 one way. More if they don' find any faults and make you pay to send it back. And in the mean time you have to exhaust all the forms of communication with the merchant to make sure you're refused the fix/replacement by them. After that, you have to prove it to the credit card company as well, And go through the revision process. Basically 6-8 weeks no phone or money. If you're unlucky... longer. No thank you.


Nah, there is zero obligation to communicate with the supplying merchant after purchase as the credit card company becomes the merchant under S75. Easy-read interpretation of S75 obligations at MSE that includes phrase "...often if you buy something using a credit card abroad it's much more difficult to get in touch with the retailer. So don't bother, simply make a claim directly against the card company." moneysavingexpert.com/sho…ses
ataritheone6 h, 2 m ago

Does not make the credit card company responsible or pay for the postage …Does not make the credit card company responsible or pay for the postage back to Hong Kong in case of phone failure. They state officially that you have to send the phone back if you want it fixed. £80 one way. More if they don' find any faults and make you pay to send it back. And in the mean time you have to exhaust all the forms of communication with the merchant to make sure you're refused the fix/replacement by them. After that, you have to prove it to the credit card company as well, And go through the revision process. Basically 6-8 weeks no phone or money. If you're unlucky... longer. No thank you.


Good enough reason for you to keep hold of an old spare phone, no?
Shame that this company are still taking orders for this phone when they still haven't fulfilled the order I placed when it was £565 a week and half ago! Apparently it's not in stock at the moment!
BraddersJ5 h, 56 m ago

Good enough reason for you to keep hold of an old spare phone, no?



instead of selling it to get some money back?
Pay 30-40 more n buy it from eBay. Atleast u will get Ur phone n ebay-paypal-credit card...
This company is terrble and should be banned from the site
Feels a bit obligatory on these deals but here goes...

I've bought from eglobal without any problems. However, I have not had to return an item to them. YMMV (and clearly it does for some!)
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