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Xaomi Redmi Note 4 Grey 3GB RAM 64 GB ROM - £143 @ Ali Express Store: MC-MART
Xaomi Redmi Note 4 Grey 3GB RAM 64 GB ROM - £143 @ Ali Express Store: MC-MART

Xaomi Redmi Note 4 Grey 3GB RAM 64 GB ROM - £143 @ Ali Express Store: MC-MART

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- Redmi Note 4 Grey 143 pounds
- 9% Cashback quidco
-Cashback tracked on my order 17 pounds
Gold colour slightly cheaper $169.99 Grey $179.99
I think after Cashback approximately 130 pounds for Grey

26 Comments

I'll take the "gery" colour please

What is the delivery time for these?

Original Poster

No idea
Haven't received mine
Ordered yesterday
$179 tracked wrong quidco 17 pounds / charged 143 pounds in total
Gold 169

Customs charges???

wilf1234

Customs charges???



dutycalculator.com/


Total customs value (CIF): £143.00
This is the amount that customs values your import at
- Duty: £0.00
- VAT: £28.60
Total import duty & taxes due: £28.60
This is the amount that needs to be paid to customs
- Product, shipping & insurance: £143.00
Total landed cost: £171.60

There might be an additional courier admin fee as well, see this thread as an example >

hotukdeals.com/tag/ask…504

Edited by: "fishmaster" 5th Dec 2016

Are AliExpress trustworthy? also I heard that it's risky to buy these Chinese brands cos they're filled with Spyware to hack into your accounts, anyone had any issues like this?

kamania

What is the delivery time for these?



​I had a zxiaomi note 3 feom aliexpress and it took about 3weeks to arrive.

kamania

What is the delivery time for these?



​I had a zxiaomi note 3 feom aliexpress and it took about 3weeks to arrive.

Correct me if I'm wrong but Xaomi phones usually only support 4G LTE bands 1 (2100MHz), 2 (1900MHz), 3 (1800MHz), & 7 (2600MHz). Which means O2 used may not get 4G due to a lack of support for band 20 (800Mhz).

DazLFC

Are AliExpress trustworthy? also I heard that it's risky to buy these … Are AliExpress trustworthy? also I heard that it's risky to buy these Chinese brands cos they're filled with Spyware to hack into your accounts, anyone had any issues like this?


I bought the Pepsi P1S a few months ago, only put a spare sim in it to try it out, put Kaspersky on it before doing anything and very glad I did. All kinds of stuff pops in there and Kaspersky was having a fit!!. I'm not tech savvy enough to sort it out and have not used it since, it's still 'resting' in it's box! It's a really lovely phone but I wish had stayed with my trusted moto

Thanks bought

Bought

No UK bands like B20. Negative.

fishmaster

https://www.dutycalculator.com/Total customs value (CIF): £143.00 This is … https://www.dutycalculator.com/Total customs value (CIF): £143.00 This is the amount that customs values your import at- Duty: £0.00- VAT: £28.60Total import duty & taxes due: £28.60 This is the amount that needs to be paid to customs- Product, shipping & insurance: £143.00Total landed cost: £171.60 There might be an additional courier admin fee as well, see this thread as an example >http://www.hotukdeals.com/tag/ask/dhl-courier-risiculous-admin-fee-2529504



​Add £11 or £12 to the landed cost as admin fee. Better is to buy from EU delivery centre. Most of big Chinese sellers have UK distribution centres. Prices are higher but save time and hassle of paying customs etc. Anyway this phone is not worth the price due to missing UK bands. If I buy a phone, I want to use it as phone with fast 4g data speeds and not as tablet which will happen if phone does not have UK bands and no cat 12 Lte speeds with carrier aggregation.

after custom duty and fees it will be around £180

Ordered many many times from China (Aliexpress, Fasttech, Gearbest etc) using regular mail and NEVER been charged customs fees and associated charges. Used DHL twice and got charged 20% plus fee both times - there won't be a third!

Good price OP. It's Xiaomi however (you misspelled).

Edited by: "jambooboo" 6th Dec 2016

You also need to add in the warranty, you can't order from Aliexpress without it.
Good price but not unusual. Also, this is the X20 not X25 and custom roms are very limited with mediatek

jsw72

You also need to add in the warranty, you can't order from Aliexpress … You also need to add in the warranty, you can't order from Aliexpress without it. Good price but not unusual. Also, this is the X20 not X25 and custom roms are very limited with mediatek


Put usa as delivery country then change to uk once your going through with sale ,This takes off warranty.

jambooboo

Ordered many many times from China (Aliexpress, Fasttech, Gearbest etc) … Ordered many many times from China (Aliexpress, Fasttech, Gearbest etc) using regular mail and NEVER been charged customs fees and associated charges. Used DHL twice and got charged 20% plus fee both times - there won't be a third! Good price OP. It's Xiaomi however (you misspelled).



Ditto. If you want the very best chance of avoiding customs then it's the slow boat from China every time.

PS IF the Quidco pays out as per the figure quoted in the OP, this is an absolute beast of a bargain for the spec you are getting. Still a great deal if Quidco fails.
Edited by: "bellboys" 6th Dec 2016

wilf1234

Customs charges???


None if you chose the 10-20 days standard delivery. Ordered over 30 items from China and never paid any extra fees. My 2 Xiaomi note pro 3 international version just arrived today, I ordered from Aliexpress on the 11th Nov.
Edited by: "RiverDragon8" 6th Dec 2016

Great price.

There was an Aliexpress new customer voucher available at the weekend - I got $10 off my 32 gb Mi Max - delivered for £137, no warranty and either £13 or £17 Quidco depending if they notice that they've tracked the cashback in £ based on the $ value - and it's coming over the Himalayas on a donkey so shouldn't attract any customs attention as it sneaks into the UK.

Before anyone asks, its a voucher linked to my account so no discount code available.

jsw72

You also need to add in the warranty, you can't order from Aliexpress … You also need to add in the warranty, you can't order from Aliexpress without it. Good price but not unusual. Also, this is the X20 not X25 and custom roms are very limited with mediatek



​to avoid warranty change delivery locstion to usa before adding to basket, when paying change delivery location to uk....warranty not added on.

Original Poster

mosanraza

Bought


Any update on delivery of item

Went for the Redmi 3s Prime. Would've snapped this up but 5.5" display is a deal breaker; it's just too damn big!

DazLFC

Are AliExpress trustworthy? also I heard that it's risky to buy these … Are AliExpress trustworthy? also I heard that it's risky to buy these Chinese brands cos they're filled with Spyware to hack into your accounts, anyone had any issues like this?



​hi

I ordered my redmi note 3 from Aliexpress 4 months ago. Since then I have ordered about another 6 items and never had an issue either with the handset which I am very happy with or Aliexpress so I hope this reassures you.
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