Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus G965FD Dual Sim 4G 64GB - Coral Blue - (£577.99) with code @ eGlobal Central
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Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus G965FD Dual Sim 4G 64GB - Coral Blue - (£577.99) with code @ eGlobal Central

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Found 16th Apr
I know most people doesn't like deals from Eglobal due to lack of manufacturers warranty and problems communicating with seller.

But i am posting this deal if anyone interested in purchasing S9 plus at this rate which is lowest i have seen for S9+ . I think it is the is the cheapest price out there at the moment. Buy using a Credit Card to be protected from Section 75 if anything goes wrong.

Use Voucher code : AWESOME (to get £12 off)
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Good price ! I wouldn't risk it personally but have heat all the same.
at least you mentioned the problem with eglobal in your description.
great price but i wouldn't send these a toffee crisp wrapper freezing cold for me.do not risk it not a penny
This is trade price.. wow
That's a great price for a S9+.
Braver than me if you risk spending this kind of sum with one of these retailers. Even if you get it, the warranty issues are surely enough to put anybody off such an expensive purchase?
andrewp17 m ago

Braver than me if you risk spending this kind of sum with one of these …Braver than me if you risk spending this kind of sum with one of these retailers. Even if you get it, the warranty issues are surely enough to put anybody off such an expensive purchase?


True.. but how many times did you have to action a warranty ? I never had to.
andrewp37 m ago

Braver than me if you risk spending this kind of sum with one of these …Braver than me if you risk spending this kind of sum with one of these retailers. Even if you get it, the warranty issues are surely enough to put anybody off such an expensive purchase?


Is there such a thing from China?
zak_natore6 h, 6 m ago

True.. but how many times did you have to action a warranty ? I never had …True.. but how many times did you have to action a warranty ? I never had to.


Funny. My brand new S9 dual sim is just in the process of being replaced for a new unit. Luckily I purchased it from Samsung direct

Samsung offer trade in by the way so I got 100 quid for an old iPhone 5 c I had lying around. 0% finance too
trickytree198412 m ago

Funny. My brand new S9 dual sim is just in the process of being replaced …Funny. My brand new S9 dual sim is just in the process of being replaced for a new unit. Luckily I purchased it from Samsung directSamsung offer trade in by the way so I got 100 quid for an old iPhone 5 c I had lying around. 0% finance too

How come you had to get it replaced?
flylife24 m ago

How come you had to get it replaced?


Only fool can pay full price for Samsung.
Rimi30 m ago

Only fool can pay full price for Samsung.


Indeed. Who paid full price for a Samsung? Also, can you point out any legit UK sellers that do the dual sim version discounted please?
Edited by: "trickytree1984" 17th Apr
flylife58 m ago

How come you had to get it replaced?




It wouldn't turn on out of the box. Finally got it to switch on by hodling down the buttons to do a reset, but these symptoms kepts coming back. At least twice a day i got it out of my pocket and it was lifeless only to be revived by holding all the buttons to do a reset.

Returned within the 30 days for a new one...which arrives today. I'd love to see you manage that with this shop!!!

EDIT: Mine is the s9 not the s9 plus
Edited by: "trickytree1984" 17th Apr
I had to warranty my s7 edge because of pink line of doom. Great price but I would never buy a new phone with no warranty.
zak_natore9 h, 4 m ago

True.. but how many times did you have to action a warranty ? I never had …True.. but how many times did you have to action a warranty ? I never had to.


Not very often further down the line, but I have had to return faulty items a few times shortly after purchase. How easy would that be with this retailer?

Its not for me, but if its a risk a person is willing to take maybe it will pay off for them.

The OP has given a good description with this one, but I worry about people who come on here and see these deals without realising it is a Chinese retailer and there can at times be issues with receiving the order and not having the warranty.
Edited by: "andrewp" 17th Apr
Rimi3 h, 4 m ago

Only fool can pay full price for Samsung.


whatcha mean bro?
trickytree19842 h, 32 m ago

It wouldn't turn on out of the box. Finally got it to switch on by hodling …It wouldn't turn on out of the box. Finally got it to switch on by hodling down the buttons to do a reset, but these symptoms kepts coming back. At least twice a day i got it out of my pocket and it was lifeless only to be revived by holding all the buttons to do a reset. Returned within the 30 days for a new one...which arrives today. I'd love to see you manage that with this shop!!!EDIT: Mine is the s9 not the s9 plus


fair do's, i ended up getting my S9 plus via samsung via the upgrade program with a trade in of £91 for my Z3 compact...

as expensive as it is, its not too bad paying £29 per month for two years 0% interest free with the option to upgrade to the S10 in 11 months.

not bad for the piece of mind either.
andrewp1 h, 33 m ago

Not very often further down the line, but I have had to return faulty …Not very often further down the line, but I have had to return faulty items a few times shortly after purchase. How easy would that be with this retailer?Its not for me, but if its a risk a person is willing to take maybe it will pay off for them.The OP has given a good description with this one, but I worry about people who come on here and see these deals without realising it is a Chinese retailer and there can at times be issues with receiving the order and not having the warranty.


There are definitely stores out there that would screw people over. Not saying eGlobal Central is one of them as I've never had to deal with them myself.

That said, if people just blindly purchase things without doing their due dilligence, then that's on them.
eGlobal is fine - spent over £4k on their goods and had profit for reselling.
Not a single problem with phones.; and I had many of them, starting Samsung S3 and now have Note 8 and iPhone 7 Plus.
The only one negative - sometimes it takes 5 weeks to get item through the post. But if you can wait-usually you have a bargain from them.
Rimi1 h, 19 m ago

eGlobal is fine - spent over £4k on their goods and had profit for …eGlobal is fine - spent over £4k on their goods and had profit for reselling.Not a single problem with phones.; and I had many of them, starting Samsung S3 and now have Note 8 and iPhone 7 Plus. The only one negative - sometimes it takes 5 weeks to get item through the post. But if you can wait-usually you have a bargain from them.


Did you ever need to return something to them because it came with a defect or developed a fault? I would like to know what experience people have using their customer support when something went wrong.
koahhe20 m ago

Did you ever need to return something to them because it came with a …Did you ever need to return something to them because it came with a defect or developed a fault? I would like to know what experience people have using their customer support when something went wrong.


You don't have any warranty......Of course they say, 12 months, but you need to post it back to China and this will cost you well over £70. But never had to claim on warranty -never.
If you are after all warranties and guaranties-just buy from Samsung UK, paying big premium for that. I am a risk taker, and never had to regret that..
Edited by: "Rimi" 17th Apr
Eglobal central are very unreliable...do not buy from them!
ThatGuyy7 m ago

Eglobal central are very unreliable...do not buy from them!


Nobody asks your opinion here and everyone has its own choice.
I bought from Eglobal central a Samsung S7 and an S8 and never had any problems
Rimi1 h, 44 m ago

Nobody asks your opinion here and everyone has its own choice.



I think I'll ask him. Hey ThatGuyy, do you find Eglobal reliable?
finnmaccool1 h, 50 m ago

I think I'll ask him. Hey ThatGuyy, do you find Eglobal reliable?


LOL
Rimi8 h, 55 m ago

You don't have any warranty......Of course they say, 12 months, but you …You don't have any warranty......Of course they say, 12 months, but you need to post it back to China and this will cost you well over £70. But never had to claim on warranty -never.If you are after all warranties and guaranties-just buy from Samsung UK, paying big premium for that. I am a risk taker, and never had to regret that..


For peace of mind for people buying this deal:

Pay for it on your credit card and your covered should any issues arise under Section 75:

From MSE:

Pay for something costing between £100 and £30,000 on credit and the provider's equally liable if something goes wrong.

This isn't the credit provider being nice. It's a legal protection put in place so that you're never in the position of paying off debt for something you didn't receive or wasn't as it should've been. Whether it's a flight, kitchen, computer or anything else, pay on a credit card, store card or with store instalment credit and the credit provider's responsible too.

Full info here:

moneysavingexpert.com/sho…ses
herby24717th Apr

For peace of mind for people buying this deal:Pay for it on your credit …For peace of mind for people buying this deal:Pay for it on your credit card and your covered should any issues arise under Section 75:From MSE:Pay for something costing between £100 and £30,000 on credit and the provider's equally liable if something goes wrong.This isn't the credit provider being nice. It's a legal protection put in place so that you're never in the position of paying off debt for something you didn't receive or wasn't as it should've been. Whether it's a flight, kitchen, computer or anything else, pay on a credit card, store card or with store instalment credit and the credit provider's responsible too.Full info here:https://www.moneysavingexpert.com/shopping/section75-protect-your-purchases


What happens if the credit card company can't get a reply out of the supplier?
BraddersJ10 m ago

What happens if the credit card company can't get a reply out of the …What happens if the credit card company can't get a reply out of the supplier?


That's NOT your problem, that's there's, you will still be fully protected and refunded, win win!
herby2478 m ago

That's NOT your problem, that's there's, you will still be fully protected …That's NOT your problem, that's there's, you will still be fully protected and refunded, win win!


Never used eglobal and so don't know the answer but do they use an intermediary to process your credit card payment? If they do, you may not be covered under section 75.
So will we get a US plug with these or a UK one? I also noticed they have the same phone listed as 128GB and SIM free. Would this not be a better option?
Edited by: "H_R_Ali" 19th Apr
H_R_Ali4 h, 9 m ago

So will we get a US plug with these or a UK one? I also noticed they have …So will we get a US plug with these or a UK one? I also noticed they have the same phone listed as 128GB and SIM free. Would this not be a better option?


You will get one with UK plug as most of them comes from Hong Kong. And yes, 128GB is better option.
Edited by: "Rimi" 19th Apr
Lowtrawler6 h, 13 m ago

Never used eglobal and so don't know the answer but do they use an …Never used eglobal and so don't know the answer but do they use an intermediary to process your credit card payment? If they do, you may not be covered under section 75.


Your over complicating something that's simple.
In PLAIN English, if you purchase ANYTHING worldwide on a UK credit card £100 or more your automatically and FULLY protected if the purchase does not arrive or is not as described.
If the company you have bought the item from don't refund or replace, the card company will step in to protect IT'S customer as it is liable under section 75.
Rimi1 h, 20 m ago

You will get one with UK plug as most of them comes from Hong Kong. And …You will get one with UK plug as most of them comes from Hong Kong. And yes, 128GB is better option.


Thank you for that reply. I've ordered the 128GB Lilac. I'll keep you all updated regarding the posting. (Also I did pay using a credit card)

Thanks for posting
Do you get the same type of protection with PayPal?
Are these genuine Samsung phones? I have a few contacts in China and the prices they can get them for are similar to UK prices. They warned me to be cautious of fakes.
scoobyvirgin11 m ago

Are these genuine Samsung phones? I have a few contacts in China and the …Are these genuine Samsung phones? I have a few contacts in China and the prices they can get them for are similar to UK prices. They warned me to be cautious of fakes.


If you are not sure, check the IMEI and SN with Samsung (though this can be cloned it's unlikely).
scoobyvirgin1 h, 48 m ago

Are these genuine Samsung phones? I have a few contacts in China and the …Are these genuine Samsung phones? I have a few contacts in China and the prices they can get them for are similar to UK prices. They warned me to be cautious of fakes.


These are 100% genuine Asian market Samsung phones. NOT A CLONES!
I ordered Note 8 Duos last month and came genuine - as always.
Anyone purchased this off the website? Is it a reliable website
Edited by: "aks1234" 22nd Apr
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