Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 Global (Band 20) 3GB/32GB UK Seller UK Warranty £163.99 @ Ebay (sold by  mi and more)
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Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 Global (Band 20) 3GB/32GB UK Seller UK Warranty £163.99 @ Ebay (sold by mi and more)

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Found 8th Dec 2017
Thinking about buying this. It's UK stock so no worries about customs and they offer a 12 month warranty (although not sure this is worth the paper it's written on). Seller has great feedback. I know you can get them cheaper from China but wondering whether or not this might be the better option as you appear to get some after sale support. Also 4GB/64GB available for an extra £21.
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Had to vote cold sorry. Got a 64gb 4gb ram version for cheaper than this month's ago. Fair enough this comes with warranty but since this is an old model now with probably struggle to get you a replacement. I got the upgrade version for £30 cheaper than this. This seller probably paid £60 less than this for what he is now selling at
Forecast of snow was right I think 😁
Great phone (typing on 4gb/64gb variant) but the price is extortionate. Depends on the seller as to the level of warranty though
I bought 3gb 32gb version from GearBest for £90 couple of months ago. Had no problem in regards to customs. Arrived within 2 weeks
There's a 4gb 64gb one here on Ebay for only few quid more!
Great phones but this isn't a good price, just buy from Aliexpress and wait a couple of weeks for delivery.

12 month warranty "although not sure this is worth the paper it's written on" isn't a reason to spend an extra 60 quid.

Can't imagine the phone failing within 12 months to be honest, unless you smash the screen or drown it, in which case a warranty is useless anyway.
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Yes, I know this isn't the best price for this phone but wondered whether it might be a better option for somebody like me who is nervous about buying a phone from China.
simonlintern2 m ago

Yes, I know this isn't the best price for this phone but wondered whether …Yes, I know this isn't the best price for this phone but wondered whether it might be a better option for somebody like me who is nervous about buying a phone from China.


I would guess that this actually is coming from China anyway. Many of the Chinese sites offer dropshipping services. I bought a Mi4 from 'Manchester' once, and it actually came from China. It arrived within a week, though, so no troubles. The return address, however, actually was is Manchester
This will most likely go cold purely on price, but I've bought from this ebayer before and paid a higher price than if I'd ordered from China, purely to get it within a few days (wife's phone broke, needed something fast, didn't want to spend loads on a new flagship, but didn't want to buy something slow and generally poor for £150). The phone is great and I had no problems with the vendor at all. You're paying for the convenience and peace of mind of getting the item quickly, from within the UK. I think it's a better phone than you can get for the same money in the UK, but I don't feel I can vote this hot as it is available for much less if you're happy to wait weeks / months. Order with confidence, but I don't think I'll vote either way.
Not voting either way as I also paid £90 for this phone a few months ago, that said this phone is worth in excess of £163.99!

If you need it soon you probably wont find anything better for the money.
simonlintern1 h, 0 m ago

Yes, I know this isn't the best price for this phone but wondered whether …Yes, I know this isn't the best price for this phone but wondered whether it might be a better option for somebody like me who is nervous about buying a phone from China.

Purchase from a merchant that offers direct payment by credit card and any £100+ item will have the merchant's delivery and warranty obligations replicated in UK by UK credit card company. The credit card co has no choice in the matter; tis a legal obligation under Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act which.co.uk/con…act . Avoid complications by not using a payment intermediary such as PayPal; just stick with the visible debtor-creditor-merchant arrangement where the merchant's name appears on the credit card statement.
Got global one with ukplug for £106ish and 6 ish topcashback so under £100 for Gearbest . Have a look around if you can wait a few weeks save a lot of money
Ive got one it's great but I'm going to have to sell mine in new year. The lack of NFC is a real problem. I though I'd be ok with my monzo card but they are forcing all their customers into debit cards which I won't carry now. So I will need android pay unless I can find another prepaid card like monzo but they all going the debit card route
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