Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro 6GB/64GB Dual Sim with Tempered Glass Screen Protector and Folding Case - Glacier Blue £256 @ eGlobal Central
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Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro 6GB/64GB Dual Sim with Tempered Glass Screen Protector and Folding Case - Glacier Blue £256 @ eGlobal Central

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Posted 8th Nov
Should come up at £284 then with signing up you get £15 off and 5% off you first order. Making it £255.55 absolute bargain.

Yes it make take a while to get it 2-4 weeks but I’ve never had a problem with this company to be honest. Great buy
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cold for eGlobal.

besides
there is no working code as for now -5%
processing time for those phones is 10days+
Edited by: "Tired.Ben.Affleck" 8th Nov
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Just not using eglobal again. Bought this phone on an earlier deal in Sept. According to Hermes tracking the box was too damaged to deliver and just this week after endless emails with eglobal they have concluded the phone is lost and as I did not pay for delivery insurance it's tough luck. I have had a couple of phones from them before but the storey is that if you have a problem you are stuffed. Only buy with credit card to get the purchase protection.
Andybro08/11/2019 17:52

Just not using eglobal again. Bought this phone on an earlier deal in …Just not using eglobal again. Bought this phone on an earlier deal in Sept. According to Hermes tracking the box was too damaged to deliver and just this week after endless emails with eglobal they have concluded the phone is lost and as I did not pay for delivery insurance it's tough luck. I have had a couple of phones from them before but the storey is that if you have a problem you are stuffed. Only buy with credit card to get the purchase protection.


what about PayPal? I thought gives protection too
Andybro08/11/2019 17:52

Just not using eglobal again. Bought this phone on an earlier deal in …Just not using eglobal again. Bought this phone on an earlier deal in Sept. According to Hermes tracking the box was too damaged to deliver and just this week after endless emails with eglobal they have concluded the phone is lost and as I did not pay for delivery insurance it's tough luck. I have had a couple of phones from them before but the storey is that if you have a problem you are stuffed. Only buy with credit card to get the purchase protection.


Why didn't you pay the extra 3£ for insurance delivery? Bit stupid there pal
Swf77MiUk09/11/2019 14:11

Why didn't you pay the extra 3£ for insurance delivery? Bit stupid there …Why didn't you pay the extra 3£ for insurance delivery? Bit stupid there pal



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Andybro08/11/2019 17:52

Just not using eglobal again. Bought this phone on an earlier deal in …Just not using eglobal again. Bought this phone on an earlier deal in Sept. According to Hermes tracking the box was too damaged to deliver and just this week after endless emails with eglobal they have concluded the phone is lost and as I did not pay for delivery insurance it's tough luck. I have had a couple of phones from them before but the storey is that if you have a problem you are stuffed. Only buy with credit card to get the purchase protection.


Did you use a credit card? Have you got purchase protection to cover you?
TechNinja09/11/2019 12:42

what about PayPal? I thought gives protection too


I believe paypal does give you delivery protecting yes. Section 75 of credit card provides additional protection if product is faulty.
Edited by: "Andybro" 12th Nov
Swf77MiUk09/11/2019 14:11

Why didn't you pay the extra 3£ for insurance delivery? Bit stupid there …Why didn't you pay the extra 3£ for insurance delivery? Bit stupid there pal


Because people have complained of additional tax charges when changing from standard...pal?!
Stu.C12/11/2019 10:03

Did you use a credit card? Have you got purchase protection to cover you?


No. Business purchase with only visa available. Going through their purchase protection so not so clear cut.
Andybro12/11/2019 10:52

Because people have complained of additional tax charges when changing …Because people have complained of additional tax charges when changing from standard...pal?!


Not from eGlobal. They ship from the eu.
Swf77MiUk12/11/2019 10:56

Not from eGlobal. They ship from the eu.


That's what I thought. They ship from HK to eu warehouse. My previous phones took no more than 8 days. This one didn't get tracking until nearly 3 weeks. Think issues arise when demand exceeds warehouse stock. Can I blame Hotukdeals?
Andybro12/11/2019 11:03

That's what I thought. They ship from HK to eu warehouse. My previous …That's what I thought. They ship from HK to eu warehouse. My previous phones took no more than 8 days. This one didn't get tracking until nearly 3 weeks. Think issues arise when demand exceeds warehouse stock. Can I blame Hotukdeals?


Eglobal also buy phones from Xiaomi France or Italy I forget but some stock is bought in the eu
Andybro12/11/2019 11:03

That's what I thought. They ship from HK to eu warehouse. My previous …That's what I thought. They ship from HK to eu warehouse. My previous phones took no more than 8 days. This one didn't get tracking until nearly 3 weeks. Think issues arise when demand exceeds warehouse stock. Can I blame Hotukdeals?


No if it doesn't say 24h dispatch on it then you need to wait for it. I'd only get phones that say 24h dispatch in the top left above the price. If not then may need to wait a long time
Edited by: "Swf77MiUk" 12th Nov
Swf77MiUk12/11/2019 11:33

No if it doesn't say 24h dispatch on it then you need to wait for it. …No if it doesn't say 24h dispatch on it then you need to wait for it. I'd only get phones that say 24h dispatch in the top left above the price. If not then may need to wait a long time


Probably a top tip that. Ta.
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