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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 N960FD 6GB/128GB Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Black £630.49 @ Toby Deals
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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 N960FD 6GB/128GB Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Black £630.49 @ Toby Deals

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Posted 13th Sep 2018Edited by:"MrSwitch"

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We shall try this again bare in mind, this is the sister company to eglobal and so has the same basic set of rules, they guarantee no customs, but there's always a chance, this will work as it should in the UK.
No warranty, but that the price you pay to get it with such a chunk of change from the UK price.

Cashback is 2% so around £16.

Really great price, if you are Willing to take the plunge.

OS Android 8.1
Processor 10nm processor
RAM 6GB
Internal storage 128GB
General
2G Network
☑ 850MHZ
☑ 900MHZ
☑ 1800MHZ
☑ 1900MHZ
3G Network
☑ 850MHZ
☑ 900MHZ
☑ 1700MHZ
☑ 1900MHZ
☑ 2100MHZ
4G Network
☑ 700MHZ
☑ (B20) 800MHZ
☑ 850MHZ
☑ 900MHZ
☑ 1700MHZ
☑ 1800MHZ
☑ 1900MHZ
☑ 2100MHZ
☑ 2600MHZ
SIM card size Nano-SIM
Dual sim Dual Sim Stand-By
Card slots microSD
Ports USB Type-C
Stylus Yes
Display
Type Super AMOLED
Touch LCD Yes
Screen size 6.4 inches
Screen pixel density 516 ppi
Screen resolution 1440 x 2960
Camera
Primary 12+12 Megapixel
Secondary 8 Megapixel
Wireless
Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Battery
Capacity 4000 mAh
Size
Dimensions (L x H x W) 8.8 mm x 161.9 mm x 76.4 mm
Weight (with battery) 201 g
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Seems to be getting cheaper and cheaper ... waiting for sub £600
I'm just waiting for my credit card to arrive. I want to buy one for me and another for my wife.
Is it risky to pay for this through Paypal with a debit card?
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DWWM3 m ago

Is it risky to pay for this through Paypal with a debit card?


Not at all
Blimey, last week I was considering the note 8 at £547 (Amazon)
I've used eglobal and they are a sister company no issues at all brought an s9 plus from them just paid via paypal for extra security
sparx198146 m ago

I'm just waiting for my credit card to arrive. I want to buy one for me …I'm just waiting for my credit card to arrive. I want to buy one for me and another for my wife.


Lets hope she don't get to the Asos sale thread with it first!!!!

DWWM22 m ago

Is it risky to pay for this through Paypal with a debit card?



No, as long as the verified paypal payment card address is EXACT to the letter with the actual delivery address held as your "primary" address on paypal

lord_trumpington15 m ago

Blimey, last week I was considering the note 8 at £547 (Amazon)


The note 9 at this silly price, makes the note 8 at £547 look expensive!!!
Hmm. Think theres been an overall price drop on all devices, since tge Iphone announcement last night
Voted hot
Think the recent price drops are actually due to GBP/USD exchange rates, back to 1.31USD, so don't get your hopes up for £600. Might go up again real soon when GBP drops.
My goto this time me thinks for the iPhone Xs max
Basic Insured Method £15.00- Immediate replacement when order is confirmed lost during transit
or
Premium Insured Method £30.00- Refund of full amount of the order (except the insurance fee) when order is confirmed lost during transit?
Thanks!
lord_trumpington2 h, 24 m ago

Blimey, last week I was considering the note 8 at £547 (Amazon)



So was I!
Cheapskates35 m ago

Basic Insured Method £15.00- Immediate replacement when order is confirmed …Basic Insured Method £15.00- Immediate replacement when order is confirmed lost during transitor Premium Insured Method £30.00- Refund of full amount of the order (except the insurance fee) when order is confirmed lost during transit?Thanks!



I'd go the £30 method as this is a pricey item. I'm so close to buying also
I'd go cheapest just pay via paypal
25£ economy shipping to Antrim Would have gone for it otherwise.
Edited by: "Mister_Khan" 13th Sep 2018
Cheapskates1 h, 20 m ago

Basic Insured Method £15.00- Immediate replacement when order is confirmed …Basic Insured Method £15.00- Immediate replacement when order is confirmed lost during transitor Premium Insured Method £30.00- Refund of full amount of the order (except the insurance fee) when order is confirmed lost during transit?Thanks!


Well pay by paypal and your covered if it gets lost. No need to pay extra.
Good price but no warranty should be a concern. Would be different on a £300 phone but £630 eek.
Always had samsung phones since s2 never once claimed on warranty plus my bank insurance covers it
Pay on credit card no need to buy insurance
Edited by: "Sharps87" 13th Sep 2018
cold, not iPhone max
Where's the eBay discount codes when you need them.

Oh and is this the Snapdragon variant?
Been reading on the other deals from this company that the phone might not be compatible with all of the UK 4G frequencies.

Anyone know anything about this?
@Jon.Paddon don't believe every thing you read!!! Just done on my Asia version s9 plus from eglobal
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Edited by: "dman227" 13th Sep 2018
Thought I'd chime in here to help anybody that's considering this. I've bought a few electronic items from eglobal(same company) including my Note 8 which I've had for a year now and have had no problems whatsoever with it. Just make sure you're patient delivery wise because mine took about 10 days to arrive.
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MrSwitch13/09/2018 21:24

What do you mean by trusted?


I've never heard of them prices seem really low
deleted184652413/09/2018 21:27

I've never heard of them prices seem really low


I've only ever ordered one thing from them, a mobile, it came without a hiccup. In 8 days.
That was an £105 htc Evo 10.

Maybe ask around a bit more, god knows there's always someone to counteract the positive comments on here
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No contradiction intended just being cautious what I'm looking to buy is a lot of coin to me
@Andrew_Smart I was the same when I ordered my s9 plus from eglobal. Just bit the bullet and ordered and paid via paypal. Came within a week brand new sealed ive just ordered a note 9 from them also. Each to their own but I can only go by my experience and it has been good
NorthOsiris13th Sep 2018

Thought I'd chime in here to help anybody that's considering this. I've …Thought I'd chime in here to help anybody that's considering this. I've bought a few electronic items from eglobal(same company) including my Note 8 which I've had for a year now and have had no problems whatsoever with it. Just make sure you're patient delivery wise because mine took about 10 days to arrive.



Have you contacted Samsung support about your note 8's warranty, to see if its valid in the UK? They have a live chat support and email contacts. thanks.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 for £630.....are you kidding me. This can't be true. This phone is brand new and most places it is selling for £900. Please help me find out whats going on here. This price is unreal.
ihotuk46 m ago

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 for £630.....are you kidding me. This can't be true. …Samsung Galaxy Note 9 for £630.....are you kidding me. This can't be true. This phone is brand new and most places it is selling for £900. Please help me find out whats going on here. This price is unreal.


It's real mate, just that it won't be a UK model so you have no warranty, depends if you're willing to take the risk that's all. Personally I've never had to use warranty ever for any of my previous phones.
I ordered an iPad from them in the past and it arrived fine, so I have taken the plunge.

Paid an extra £15 for the blue model and got the galaxy watch 46mm for £230 so absolute bargains!
Concerned about the lack of warranty, does anyone know if home insurance would cover over a phone that wasn't purchased in the UK?

Heat added!
Is there any difference with this model in hardware or software compared to uk version except the dual sim? All features work out of the box?
Edited by: "J_B" 14th Sep 2018
J_B14/09/2018 07:34

Is there any difference with this model in hardware or software compared …Is there any difference with this model in hardware or software compared to uk version except the dual sim? All features work out of the box?


You could use Odin to flash it to btu firmware which makes it a UK handset software wise. It will get updates at same time as other UK note 9s. This method doesn't void warranty (if it had warranty) lol
This for £630 with no warranty or £500 for the new one plus that's about to come out? Tough decision.
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