Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB Dual Sim UNLOCKED - Midnight Black £466.47 with discount code + 2.1% poss TCB @ Toby Deals
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Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB Dual Sim UNLOCKED - Midnight Black £466.47 with discount code + 2.1% poss TCB @ Toby Deals

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Found 6th Nov
Cheapest this has ever been.

Apply "FP98FE38CX" you get 2% off Grand Total £466.47 - Thanks Tammy

OR

£7 off by using discount code TDGP7 to bring the price to £468.99 or £6 off by using code "welcome 6" (thanks JM110) to bring the price down to £469.99 - Both codes cannot be used together unfortunately (thank JM110 again).

+ 2.1% possible TCB

Payment via Paypal

This phone comes from Hong Kong, dual sim version for those who are happy to forfeit their Samsung 2 year warranty for a 1 year Toby warranty; as EU consumer rights do not apply to products outside of EU and Samsung, despite being one of the largest manufacturers of electronics, will not give a world wide warranty.

Brief Specs:

Samsung Galaxy S8 G950FD

- Octa-core Processor
- 64 GB, 4 GB RAM, microSD
- 5.8" Quad HD+ Super AMOLED (2960x1440) 570 ppi
- 12 MP Rear Camera
- 8MP Front Camera
- Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (2.4/5GHz),VHT80 MU-MIMO,1024QAM
- Bluetooth® v 5.0 (LE up to 2Mbps), ANT+, USB Type-C, NFC, Location (GPS, Galileo, Glonass, BeiDou)
- UHQ 32-bit &DSD support (PCM: Up to 32 bits; DSD: DSD64/128)
- 3000mAh
- Android 7.0 (Nougat)

Availability: IN STOCK

62 Comments

Trustpilot

Could be worse to be fair.

Original Poster

2.1% TCB as well, apparently.

Original Poster

Subscribe to Toby deals newsletter & get £6 off. Might be a good option to subscribe first, get £6 off & then order this?

parasitemol5 m ago

TrustpilotCould be worse to be fair.


could be...

You don't have *ANY* manufactures warranty on any of the products they sell. You get 'Toby deals' technical warranty for 1 year ONLY. This is totally worthless on Tech items.

£475 for a phone with so called 1 year toby warranty ? What a deal ! ...£30 or less gives you S8 from amazon germany or italy with full Samsung warranty

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petercolin7 m ago

could be...You don't have *ANY* manufactures warranty on any of the …could be...You don't have *ANY* manufactures warranty on any of the products they sell. You get 'Toby deals' technical warranty for 1 year ONLY. This is totally worthless on Tech items.


It's a Samsung & you're buying it brand new, they will honour the warranty for sure. Just remember to register your new phone with Samsung (online) when you get it to get Samsung warranty....

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pavel763 m ago

£475 for a phone with so called 1 year toby warranty ? What a deal ! …£475 for a phone with so called 1 year toby warranty ? What a deal ! ...£30 or less gives you S8 from amazon germany or italy with full Samsung warranty


See the second last comment. Oh, wait a minute, it's Pavel, who always rubbishes every one else's deals. If it's a deal not posted by you mate, then it's never gonna please you...

no_Sunshine2 m ago

See the second last comment. Oh, wait a minute, it's Pavel, who always …See the second last comment. Oh, wait a minute, it's Pavel, who always rubbishes every one else's deals. If it's a deal not posted by you mate, then it's never gonna please you...


Blah, blah, blah... you will not get any warranty from Samsung, same as eglobal and other grey import shops, simple

Isnt this another HK based company? I'd steer clear and wait for Black Friday. Prices are tumbling down for this, and if Samsung had any sense, they should make £460 (s8), and no more than £550 a Black Friday price for S8 Plus. That will definitely steal the Pixel XL2 and Apple iPhone X's thunder ....

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pavel761 m ago

Blah, blah, blah... you will not get any warranty from Samsung, same as …Blah, blah, blah... you will not get any warranty from Samsung, same as eglobal and other grey import shops, simple


You're buying a brand new phone from one of the top manufacturers in the world, why won't you get warranty? Defies common sense...

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shaggy6 m ago

Isnt this another HK based company? I'd steer clear and wait for Black …Isnt this another HK based company? I'd steer clear and wait for Black Friday. Prices are tumbling down for this, and if Samsung had any sense, they should make £460 (s8), and no more than £550 a Black Friday price for S8 Plus. That will definitely steal the Pixel XL2 and Apple iPhone X's thunder ....


I am sure the top guys at Samsung will read this & go "hang on, this Shaggy guy is absolutely right, let's do this!"
Edited by: "no_Sunshine" 6th Nov

no_Sunshine6 m ago

I am sure the top guys at Samsung will read this & go "hang on, this …I am sure the top guys at Samsung will read this & go "hang on, this Shaggy guy is absolutely right, let's do this!"




LOL you know, you might be on to something

no_Sunshine16 m ago

You're buying a brand new phone from one of the top manufacturers in the …You're buying a brand new phone from one of the top manufacturers in the world, why won't you get warranty? Defies common sense...


Don't you think they would advertise 2 years Samsung warranty after registering(if that was the case - like with uk or eu imports) instead of 1 year of toby deals warranty ?

It's not possible to stack the discount codes.

EDIT: I was prompted in the cart with a 1.5% discount which saves you > £7. Code was FP63LL12CX (not sure if unique to account).
Edited by: "jam_miii" 6th Nov

Right price-wrong seller unfortunately.

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JM11012 m ago

It's not possible to stack the discount codes.EDIT: I was prompted in the …It's not possible to stack the discount codes.EDIT: I was prompted in the cart with a 1.5% discount which saves you > £7. Code was FP63LL12CX (not sure if unique to account).


Did you try subscribing to their newsletter to get another £6 off? Also, 2.1% TCB.

The discount codes I posted (image in description) are valid & not from a 3rd party site - but from Toby directly.

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pavel7615 m ago

Don't you think they would advertise 2 years Samsung warranty after …Don't you think they would advertise 2 years Samsung warranty after registering(if that was the case - like with uk or eu imports) instead of 1 year of toby deals warranty ?


That warranty is Toby's internal warranty. Just like when people buy a TV or Laptop or Tablet or Phone, made by any top brand, they go for John Lewis or Richer Sounds - as these two retailers provide own warranty on branded products.

Samsung's warranty is always there, just need to register with them when you first receive your new phone.

no_Sunshine4 m ago

Did you try subscribing to their newsletter to get another £6 off? Also, …Did you try subscribing to their newsletter to get another £6 off? Also, 2.1% TCB. The discount codes I posted (image in description) are valid & not from a 3rd party site - but from Toby directly.


I did and I received the code ‘welcome6’, however when trying to apply it along with ‘TGDP7’ it overwrites it! The ‘welcome6’ code can’t be used in conjunction with any other offer looking at the website now.

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JM1106 m ago

I did and I received the code ‘welcome6’, however when trying to apply it a …I did and I received the code ‘welcome6’, however when trying to apply it along with ‘TGDP7’ it overwrites it! The ‘welcome6’ code can’t be used in conjunction with any other offer looking at the website now.


Thanks mate, updated description. Did you try Top cash back to get 2.1% off?

No problem! I’m actually going to hold off on this for now but yes TCB offer 2.1% CB it seems!

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JM1103 m ago

No problem! I’m actually going to hold off on this for now but yes TCB o …No problem! I’m actually going to hold off on this for now but yes TCB offer 2.1% CB it seems!


Thanks again!

I needed a dual sim but would prefer not to but from here, where would be the best place to buy a good dual sim?

If you're within the EU and your Samsung product is purchased OUTSIDE the EU, you WILL NOT get Samsung Warranty. Just how you don't with a Google Pixel either. Only Apple warranty is truly worldwide.
Pay the extra £30-£50 and get the 2 years warranty, my brother and a friend already had handset replacements within couple months of purchase due to manufacturer faults!
Stay clear imo.

Like everyone else says, "stay away from this deal". Alot of mobiles become faulty within 12 month's so sending it back or getting it covered on insurance will be hard.

It does not mention the phone as been dual sim , is this a EU version or a far east version ???

no_Sunshine1 h, 40 m ago

You're buying a brand new phone from one of the top manufacturers in the …You're buying a brand new phone from one of the top manufacturers in the world, why won't you get warranty? Defies common sense...



You could always fly it to South Korea (to Samsung HQ) and see how far your common sense goes...

Never buy a non-European Samsung unless you are ok with zero Samsung warranty (instead of 24 months)
Baltic cold.

samsung s8 dual sim ? i think its a fake

A2Spac4 m ago

samsung s8 dual sim ? i think its a fake

You're mistaken. They just sell the dual SIM version in the some markets.

wildecat24 m ago

You could always fly it to South Korea (to Samsung HQ) and see how far …You could always fly it to South Korea (to Samsung HQ) and see how far your common sense goes...Never buy a non-European Samsung unless you are ok with zero Samsung warranty (instead of 24 months)Baltic cold.

Unfortunately this is true. Samsung's warranty is not Worldwide. I have a dual SIM S7 sourced from Hong Kong and asked about getting a battery replacement through official channels (nothing drastically wrong, just because). Samsung UK will not do any work on a non EU phone warranty or not.

no_Sunshine1 h, 32 m ago

That warranty is Toby's internal warranty. Just like when people buy a TV …That warranty is Toby's internal warranty. Just like when people buy a TV or Laptop or Tablet or Phone, made by any top brand, they go for John Lewis or Richer Sounds - as these two retailers provide own warranty on branded products. Samsung's warranty is always there, just need to register with them when you first receive your new phone.


that's only true if it isn't an import. samsung don't give worldwide warranties. This is cheap but you are buying a non eu phone with no manufacturer's warranty. If you want to prove us all wrong try contacting samsung and see what they say

no_Sunshine2 h, 24 m ago

I am sure the top guys at Samsung will read this & go "hang on, this …I am sure the top guys at Samsung will read this & go "hang on, this Shaggy guy is absolutely right, let's do this!"



I'm sure there ears will prick up when they see the name Shaggy or will they not care a Scooby.
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badasschris26 m ago

that's only true if it isn't an import. samsung don't give worldwide …that's only true if it isn't an import. samsung don't give worldwide warranties. This is cheap but you are buying a non eu phone with no manufacturer's warranty. If you want to prove us all wrong try contacting samsung and see what they say

No need, can't get any more clearly stated on Samsung's website

samsung.com/uk/…ty/

Please note that this is a voluntary manufacturer’s warranty and provides rights in addition to, and does not affect statutory rights of end users. When you buy a non-European device, it is not covered under our European Warranty Policy. In that regard, when making a purchase please do check that the device is a European model.

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wildecat1 h, 6 m ago

You could always fly it to South Korea (to Samsung HQ) and see how far …You could always fly it to South Korea (to Samsung HQ) and see how far your common sense goes...Never buy a non-European Samsung unless you are ok with zero Samsung warranty (instead of 24 months)Baltic cold.


Baltic cold? Is it really? Try getting out of the refrigerator

I'm not averse to buying grey imports every now and again. However, I always go into it with my eyes open. In return for a discount on the UK price, you forego manufacturers warranty and, quite often, consumer rights. If the discount is large enough, it can make sense. However, when you can buy from Amazon Germany or Italy for under £500, this deal just doesn't make sense unless you must have dual SIM.

Original Poster

Description has been updated after confirmation from different trusted HUKD community members that this has only one year (Toby) warranty and not covered under Samsung's 2 year warranty. However, Toby will deal with any returns/warranty issues (within 1 year) within UK & charge shipping for returned items to a UK address; rather than sending items back to HK.

Returns T&C: tobydeals.com/en_…nd/


Warranty T&C: tobydeals.com/en_…ty/
Edited by: "no_Sunshine" 6th Nov

I can't comment on Samsung or Toby deals specifically, but I know for sure if you try and put a warranty claim in with Apple for a grey import, it wont work. So I suspect the same will happen for Samsung. I have heard that the Eglobal internal warranty procedure is a sham, and if you read their T&Cs they have all sorts of get out clauses.

The Toby T&C states that for a faulty or DOA return you have to cover the expense of the return plus Up to GBP50 restocking for not meeting their specific requirments

Personally I bought a LG V20 from eglobal via ebay last year and had no issues with it, i figured if the phone wasn't as advertised ebay/paypal would sort it out.. Any issues following that I have phone cover through my bank

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fat2fit2 m ago

I can't comment on Samsung or Toby deals specifically, but I know for sure …I can't comment on Samsung or Toby deals specifically, but I know for sure if you try and put a warranty claim in with Apple for a grey import, it wont work. So I suspect the same will happen for Samsung. I have heard that the Eglobal internal warranty procedure is a sham, and if you read their T&Cs they have all sorts of get out clauses.The Toby T&C states that for a faulty or DOA return you have to cover the expense of the return plus Up to GBP50 restocking for not meeting their specific requirmentsPersonally I bought a LG V20 from eglobal via ebay last year and had no issues with it, i figured if the phone wasn't as advertised ebay/paypal would sort it out.. Any issues following that I have phone cover through my bank


These guys, Toby, also take Paypal btw.

Voted "COLD" due to warranty thing.

Save your cash . you can buy EU version on Ebay and have 2 years Samsung warranty.

if anyone have bought from these guys enlighten me why would i buy this over EU version with Samsung warranty ?

and NO i dont need a dual sim version.

getharoon16 m ago

Voted "COLD" due to warranty thing.Save your cash . you can buy EU …Voted "COLD" due to warranty thing.Save your cash . you can buy EU version on Ebay and have 2 years Samsung warranty.if anyone have bought from these guys enlighten me why would i buy this over EU version with Samsung warranty ?and NO i dont need a dual sim version.

I think you answered your own question. Read the trust pilot reviews. Good feedback for anyone who hasn't had to do a return. Terrible feedback for anyone who has. Similar for eglobal. Everything is fine so long as the product is not faulty. I've heard talk that Samsung can be difficult on warranty claims for anything not purchased through an official reseller. Hence, not sure how much better off you are buying through eBay. Maybe others can confirm.

Lowtrawler17 m ago

I think you answered your own question. Read the trust pilot reviews. Good …I think you answered your own question. Read the trust pilot reviews. Good feedback for anyone who hasn't had to do a return. Terrible feedback for anyone who has. Similar for eglobal. Everything is fine so long as the product is not faulty. I've heard talk that Samsung can be difficult on warranty claims for anything not purchased through an official reseller. Hence, not sure how much better off you are buying through eBay. Maybe others can confirm.


I think once you register it on Samsung website as a 2 year warranty they will have to honor it. there is no 2 ways about it.
if you do not register then off course you have to fight your case.

Once the product is registered on Samsung portal then the warranty applies as long as product is purchased for a reasonable mainstream retailer and you can provide a proof of purchase.

* off course i would love to purchase via amazon but the amazon price is lot higher . I am getting mine for £479 and 2 year warranty.
Edited by: "getharoon" 6th Nov
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