Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge £407.99 @ eGlobal central
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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge £407.99 @ eGlobal central

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Found 30th Apr 2017
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge G9350 32GB Dual SIM 4G LTE SIM FREE / UNLOCKED - Black - £407.99 - eGlobal Central
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I'd never buy from eGlobal Central, just look at the ratings by customers!
Terrible company I really don't know why HUKD continue to let them on here.
This would be hot but for the supplier sorry cold
brychris

I'd never buy from eGlobal Central, just look at the ratings by customers!



Ratings....LOL....J Lewis is doing even worst by customer ratings....so you won't be buying from J Lewis???
Rimi

Ratings....LOL....J Lewis is doing even worst by customer ratings....so … Ratings....LOL....J Lewis is doing even worst by customer ratings....so you won't be buying from J Lewis???


At least with J Lewis you get a warranty
Rimi

Ratings....LOL....J Lewis is doing even worst by customer ratings....so … Ratings....LOL....J Lewis is doing even worst by customer ratings....so you won't be buying from J Lewis???



Rimi works for Eglobal - so ignore his views.
Bought a Nikon camera from eGlobal few years back. No complaints perfect product. Delivery a little longer than usual, though a great saving at the time.
HugoLuca

Bought a Nikon camera from eGlobal few years back. No complaints perfect … Bought a Nikon camera from eGlobal few years back. No complaints perfect product. Delivery a little longer than usual, though a great saving at the time.


If items work perfect no problem . The problem is when something goes wrong with items.
Bilbo1968

Rimi works for Eglobal - so ignore his views.



No I am not. But can't believe how people are stupid here....
OK, you have no Samsung Warranty for 24 months, so what? Lets say my Samsung from eGlobal Central developed fault. I just inform my insurance company that I have lost phone and within few days I will have shiny new Samsung, which will cost me insurance excess of £79. But savings of £150+ when bought it will compensate that twice Simple as 1-2-3.
I have bought many many items from eGlobal and not a single of them has broke or has not been delivered.
No warranty... avoid.
Rimi

No I am not. But can't believe how people are stupid here....OK, you have … No I am not. But can't believe how people are stupid here....OK, you have no Samsung Warranty for 24 months, so what? Lets say my Samsung from eGlobal Central developed fault. I just inform my insurance company that I have lost phone and within few days I will have shiny new Samsung, which will cost me insurance excess of £79. But savings of £150+ when bought it will compensate that twice Simple as 1-2-3. I have bought many many items from eGlobal and not a single of them has broke or has not been delivered.


If it's its a non UK model then insurance is void.
shibli

If it's its a non UK model then insurance is void.



What are you talking about???? They need IMEI only, never checks which model.. My mate done 2 claims; on non UK Nikon camera(from DigitalRev) and iPhone 6S ( bought in Dubai) - replaced and no questions asked.
Rimi

What are you talking about???? They need IMEI only, never checks which … What are you talking about???? They need IMEI only, never checks which model.. My mate done 2 claims; on non UK Nikon camera(from DigitalRev) and iPhone 6S ( bought in Dubai) - replaced and no questions asked.



Most insurers will only accept UK models with UK receipt. They will not accept imports. At your risk.
shibli

Most insurers will only accept UK models with UK receipt. They will not … Most insurers will only accept UK models with UK receipt. They will not accept imports. At your risk.



You must be joking......or choose better insurer.
The only one thing I need - register IMEI with my insurance. No other Q asked and can't be, as this would be a discrimination. I am free to buy phone wherever I like: shop, eBay, car boot sale, Gumtree and all must be insured if I pay premiums.
Rimi

You must be joking......or choose better insurer. The only one thing I … You must be joking......or choose better insurer. The only one thing I need - register IMEI with my insurance. No other Q asked and can't be, as this would be a discrimination. I am free to buy phone wherever I like: shop, eBay, car boot sale, Gumtree and all must be insured if I pay premiums.



And they say crime doesn't pay; how wrong they were eh?
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