Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus 4G 64GB Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED £477.99 @ eglobal
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Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus 4G 64GB Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED £477.99 @ eglobal

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Found 24th Feb
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The revolutionary design of the Galaxy S8+ begins from the inside out. We rethought every part of the phone's layout to break through the confines of the smartphone screen. So all you see is pure content and no bezel. It's the biggest, most immersive screen on a Galaxy smartphone of this size. And it's easy to hold in one hand.
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Just use credit card for s75 protection
Hot :-)
Not bad
marcin_bLk13 m ago

EglobalNot everyone's cup of tea.Just use credit card for s75 …EglobalNot everyone's cup of tea.Just use credit card for s75 protectionHot :-)


Credit Card protection does not cover if you buy something from the other side of the world as far as i know. 🤣
How many more HUKD members have to be ripped off before these Chinese sellers are banned on here ? - as they rightly used to be
Edited by: "rogparki" 24th Feb
Cold not Galaxy S9!
Didn't realise dual SIM versions of the S8 existed. Does anyone know if they are available from sellers in the UK or is it just through the Asian market?
No way I'd buy a phone from them.

Given the leak of what the S9 is going to cost, just be patient for another month or so for UK retailers or other Amazon's to have a cracking deal on the S8 and S8+..
Edited by: "G0rdonGekko" 24th Feb
Thanks for advertising and promoting a bull crap company! Its your responsibility to advertise decent companies. Not just to get heat on uk deals.
rogparki22 m ago

How many more HUKD members have to be ripped off before these Chinese …How many more HUKD members have to be ripped off before these Chinese sellers are banned on here ? - as they rightly used to be


Or people can use their brains to make their own decisions, weighing up the risks...

I've had dozens of bargains from Chinese sellers, including my current Xiaomi phone which cannot even be bought from UK retailers.

Banning any deals on such items because you have to buy them from China would be ridiculous nannying.
Andy.JC25 m ago

Didn't realise dual SIM versions of the S8 existed. Does anyone know if …Didn't realise dual SIM versions of the S8 existed. Does anyone know if they are available from sellers in the UK or is it just through the Asian market?


dual sim version is available from samsung site directly, not that that price though.
This has been cheaper long time ago being at around 440 and it went cold as the Antarctica... I don't get it professor
I don't have a issue with Asian market seller's. But you can have issues with warranty. Samsung especially are strict as the warranty is only valid in country of purchase/origin.
abhijitdash12347 m ago

Credit Card protection does not cover if you buy something from the other …Credit Card protection does not cover if you buy something from the other side of the world as far as i know. 🤣



Worked for me when TomTop didn't send my item.
G0rdonGekko1 h, 4 m ago

No way I'd buy a phone from them.Given the leak of what the S9 is going to …No way I'd buy a phone from them.Given the leak of what the S9 is going to cost, just be patient for another month or so for UK retailers or other Amazon's to have a cracking deal on the S8 and S8+..


How much is it going to cost?
zx636r8 m ago

How much is it going to cost?


€841 for the S9 and €997 for the S9+.
Would never buy from these cowboys who don't deliver half the time!
abhijitdash1234 h, 11 m ago

Credit Card protection does not cover if you buy something from the other …Credit Card protection does not cover if you buy something from the other side of the world as far as i know. 🤣


davewave2 h, 40 m ago

Would never buy from these cowboys who don't deliver half the time!


Fourtunately S75 protection applies to any and all items of individual value £100 - £30k purchased directly by credit card regardless of merchant location and effectively the UK legislation requires the UK credit card company to assume the responsibilities of the merchant. This is not a gesture-of-goodwill offer from the credit card co, it is a legal obligation of Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act 1974. For OP item, S75 means the UK credit card co is responsible to ensure the item is delivered safely and without additional import fees within whatever timeframe EGC states and for the credit card co to service the merchant's stated warranty of 12months (not necessarily a manufacturer warranty, although the ccc may choose to implement this route). Easy-read explanation of the legislation at moneysavingexpert.com/sho…ses
Eglobal should not be allowed on this site
Great price for an S8+ plus with S75 coverage looks like it's a win win.
AndyRoyd18 h, 56 m ago

Fourtunately S75 protection applies to any and all items of individual …Fourtunately S75 protection applies to any and all items of individual value £100 - £30k purchased directly by credit card regardless of merchant location and effectively the UK legislation requires the UK credit card company to assume the responsibilities of the merchant. This is not a gesture-of-goodwill offer from the credit card co, it is a legal obligation of Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act 1974. For OP item, S75 means the UK credit card co is responsible to ensure the item is delivered safely and without additional import fees within whatever timeframe EGC states and for the credit card co to service the merchant's stated warranty of 12months (not necessarily a manufacturer warranty, although the ccc may choose to implement this route). Easy-read explanation of the legislation at https://www.moneysavingexpert.com/shopping/section75-protect-your-purchases


Yes, getting refunds for undelivered goods isnt quite the aim of shopping online.

I prefer to use a reliable merchant who delivers the product.
I have to admit, i bought my S8 from eglobal central (prior to reading reviews...online shopping rookie i know...), but got the phone, brand new, perfectly packaged and no issues whatsoever (except for the fact that it was just stolen so now on the hunt for another S8 deal again). The warranty is an issue, although their website does say they offer a 2 year warranty (which supports the fact that samsung won't honour the warranty probably). It is a risk, but up until yesterday i had zero regrets. After reading all the reviews for eglobalcentral, i'm now dubious and think maybe i just got lucky the first time...
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