Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 64GB + Mi Band 3 + 5000Mah Power Bank + Possible Case £195.99 @ Mi.com
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Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 64GB + Mi Band 3 + 5000Mah Power Bank + Possible Case £195.99 @ Mi.com

£195.99£245.9920%Mi Xiaomi UK Deals
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Posted 12th JunShipping from FranceEdited by:"Mrswitch"
*Thought I'd get this in here now, be wary, as the last posting from mi.com/uk (the mi mix 3 deal) some people received empty boxes, if you plan on going ahead with this, make sure you check the contents when the courier arrives, and if your phone isn't there, then make sure you refuse it, or make the courier aware
hotukdeals.com/com…02, thanks



Add both the phone and band to basket to get the automatically applied £30 discount, you get the power bank free with the phone anyway, plus the exclusive dark phoenix case, enjoy

Use The Discount code ~ THANKSDAD ~ If the discount doesn't auto apply


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  • Flagship-level camera
  • 48MP+5MP AI dual rear camera
  • Powerful performance
  • Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 660
  • Long lasting battery life
  • 4000mAh
  • Flagship display
  • 6.3" FHD+ Dot Drop display
  • Superior quality
  • Corning® ️Gorilla® ️Glass 5
  • Convenient and durable
  • Type-C port
  • Quick Charging
  • Supports Qualcomm®️
  • Quick Charge™️ 4 Technology
  • Stylish design
  • Gradient glass back finish
  • Flagship-level camera
  • 48MP+5MP AI dual rear camera
  • 1.6μm 4-in-1 Super Pixel

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32GB in the same deal for £175.99 if you prefer
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DazLFC12/06/2019 17:12

How likely is it that these Mobile brands will suffer same fate as Hauwei …How likely is it that these Mobile brands will suffer same fate as Hauwei seems inevitable to?


Huawei was seen as a ‘threat’ due to their dominance in the networking industry. They’re 2-3 years ahead of the competition for 5G etc.

Xiaomi is more consumer-tech-centric and is not on the same level that they could be seen as a threat.
I'd love to buy from this site (right?) and 5 days ago I would've jumped at the price and specs... but now I'm stupidly wanting more. Hehe, buying phones is so stupid.
I think if i get another Xiaomi I'd still buy direct from China. The risk vs reward balances it out at the mo
Be very careful with ordering from Mi.com. Several customers received empty boxes (or packets of business cards) on the Mi Mix 3 deal. I would strongly advise checking the package before accepting delivery as there has been a spate of thefts at what appears to be the Colissimo France side (La Poste). If you do encounter an issue you are likely to have a long wait receiving a refund from Mi.com. I have been advised that it will take a minimum of 3 weeks to be refunded (despite refusing delivery and the tracking number showing that the package has been returned to sender).

I'd advise avoiding Mi.com entirely to be honest and going for Banggood/GB/etc.

( Some of the problems with Mi.com in the Mi Mix 3 deal. )
Edited by: "snowball" 12th Jun
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msaquib13/06/2019 08:44

Much cheaper at …Much cheaper at globalhttps://www.eglobalcentraluk.com/xiaomi-redmi-note-7-4gb-64gb-dual-sim-blue.html?gclid=Cj0KCQjw6IfoBRCiARIsAF6q06uw03EACJUeTacshEA4k6PwiMSDwevXE2Fni1AM6ea9kbp2ZKO4L7YaAhIMEALw_wcB#/product/28460Or this a different handset?


It's much cheaper from any of the Chinese sites (don't confuse eGlobalcentralUK as a UK site, it's not)...but then you are buying with basically no warranty.

Buying direct from Mi gives you manufacturers warranty which some people prefer.

That said I've never had an issue with eGlobal
msaquib13/06/2019 08:44

Much cheaper at …Much cheaper at globalhttps://www.eglobalcentraluk.com/xiaomi-redmi-note-7-4gb-64gb-dual-sim-blue.html?gclid=Cj0KCQjw6IfoBRCiARIsAF6q06uw03EACJUeTacshEA4k6PwiMSDwevXE2Fni1AM6ea9kbp2ZKO4L7YaAhIMEALw_wcB#/product/28460Or this a different handset?


Same handset yes, different proposition altogether, I'd buy from eglobal, many more people would not, that is where these deals come In
This isn't even a good deal?

That phone is £140 at e global central

the mi band is £20 odd
the power bank is even less than that

seems like you are over paying if anything
Barry_w13/06/2019 09:22

This isn't even a good deal?That phone is £140 at e global central the mi …This isn't even a good deal?That phone is £140 at e global central the mi band is £20 oddthe power bank is even less than thatseems like you are over paying if anything


Not if you want a uk sourced handset with full 2 year xiaomi warranty. Plus the band worth £20, the bank worth a tenner, and the case worth £8 ish. Good deal imo
Ive just ordered this for my daughter. Considered getting from eglobal but their trustpilot leaves alot to be desired :uk.trustpilot.com/rev…com
Edited by: "chunk1985" 13th Jun
chunk198513/06/2019 09:37

Ive just ordered this for my daughter. Considered getting from eglobal but …Ive just ordered this for my daughter. Considered getting from eglobal but their trustpilot leaves alot to be desired :https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/eglobalcentraluk.com


Trustpilot is bs
Mrswitch13/06/2019 08:30

Eglobal Central, or UK laptops direct & ebuyer


Do you get the full waranties with these ?
morninbob13/06/2019 10:14

Do you get the full waranties with these ?


Ebuyer I definitely know do, eglobal big no, and laptops unsure.
Mrswitch13/06/2019 10:14

Ebuyer I definitely know do, eglobal big no, and laptops unsure.


Just looked on laptops, it says 2 year warranty, and it's £178, good price ? I got the mrs the A2 deal from Ebuyer for £144 the other day, is this phone much better ?
morninbob13/06/2019 10:18

Just looked on laptops, it says 2 year warranty, and it's £178, good price …Just looked on laptops, it says 2 year warranty, and it's £178, good price ? I got the mrs the A2 deal from Ebuyer for £144 the other day, is this phone much better ?


This phone is better, much better may be stretching it. But yeah £178 is a good price!
ok I need help now......

I was set on the Mi9T however this seems a great deal.

I have a MAX of £300 for a new phone. But what one do I get. I currently have a OnePlus 5T so ideally would like a better one to this. I don't use a phone for gaming, just camera browsing / streaming. NFC is a must though. I don't mind buying from China although would prefer UK
snowball12/06/2019 19:32

Be very careful with ordering from Mi.com. Several customers received …Be very careful with ordering from Mi.com. Several customers received empty boxes (or packets of business cards) on the Mi Mix 3 deal. I would strongly advise checking the package before accepting delivery as there has been a spate of thefts at what appears to be the Colissimo France side (La Poste). If you do encounter an issue you are likely to have a long wait receiving a refund from Mi.com. I have been advised that it will take a minimum of 3 weeks to be refunded (despite refusing delivery and the tracking number showing that the package has been returned to sender).I'd advise avoiding Mi.com entirely to be honest and going for Banggood/GB/etc.( Some of the problems with Mi.com in the Mi Mix 3 deal. )


This happened to me a couple of years ago when I ordered a phone from GearBest. Someone in Austria stole the phone in transit and replaced with a can of air freshener. Eventually got refund from paypal and a free can of air freshener.
cowtc13/06/2019 11:29

This happened to me a couple of years ago when I ordered a phone from …This happened to me a couple of years ago when I ordered a phone from GearBest. Someone in Austria stole the phone in transit and replaced with a can of air freshener. Eventually got refund from paypal and a free can of air freshener.



Sounds like you came up smelling of roses!
dchurchy13/06/2019 11:15

ok I need help now......I was set on the Mi9T however this seems a great …ok I need help now......I was set on the Mi9T however this seems a great deal.I have a MAX of £300 for a new phone. But what one do I get. I currently have a OnePlus 5T so ideally would like a better one to this. I don't use a phone for gaming, just camera browsing / streaming. NFC is a must though. I don't mind buying from China although would prefer UK



I'd go for the Mi 9T
Wonder when they are going to release the Mi A3......
You can get the phone on amazon for £ 175, powerbank isn't needed as it has a 2 day battery life and the band is gimmicky trash. But if you want it all I guess it's about a tenner cheaper than buying separately...
Ordered! Shall report back in what comes in the box. I've used a credit card in case there are any issues
ToxicHazard12/06/2019 17:23

Huawei was seen as a ‘threat’ due to their dominance in the networking ind …Huawei was seen as a ‘threat’ due to their dominance in the networking industry. They’re 2-3 years ahead of the competition for 5G etc. Xiaomi is more consumer-tech-centric and is not on the same level that they could be seen as a threat.


I think a key factor is Huawei's connection with the Chinese Army.
antspam13/06/2019 14:56

I think a key factor is Huawei's connection with the Chinese Army.


Has it affect you in any way with the USA military complex spy on you as it does with all phones sold? perosanlly I would rather have the chinese spy on my than the yanks who actually would use it against you.
I bought the Redmi Note 5 last summer from this Sunsky-online.com it's owned by a guy you can communicate with using whatsapp, phone, skype and facebook. They have a cheap offer of using DHL 5 day services which includes import duties.
The GPS on mine seems very poor at street level walking around with knowing exactly where you are and direction of travel.
Other than the t cracking phone so so fast compared to the Mi A1
Barry_w13/06/2019 09:22

This isn't even a good deal?That phone is £140 at e global central the mi …This isn't even a good deal?That phone is £140 at e global central the mi band is £20 oddthe power bank is even less than thatseems like you are over paying if anything


The only value Note 7 is the 3GB £125 one, it not being worth paying £25 to £70 more for minor extras. For many adding a 256GB SD card is a better £25 upgrade.
Add THANKSDAD code for £30 off.
bjdno113/06/2019 16:09

Add THANKSDAD code for £30 off.


Its in the op but thanks for the reminder
Same CPU as the A2 ?
Yandex12/06/2019 18:45

Apple is American and Samsung is Korean. The issue was that they are …Apple is American and Samsung is Korean. The issue was that they are Chinese.


The same "issue" when Lenovo took over IBM's computer division & it all proved to be complete & utter BS stirred up by politicians in the US.

This is exactly the same they're terrified of the Chinese economy
ToxicHazard12/06/2019 17:23

Huawei was seen as a ‘threat’ due to their dominance in the networking ind …Huawei was seen as a ‘threat’ due to their dominance in the networking industry. They’re 2-3 years ahead of the competition for 5G etc. Xiaomi is more consumer-tech-centric and is not on the same level that they could be seen as a threat.


Yandex12/06/2019 18:45

Apple is American and Samsung is Korean. The issue was that they are …Apple is American and Samsung is Korean. The issue was that they are Chinese.



The issue is that all Chinese companies are under control of the government. You are talking about a one party police state. They killed 100s or maybe 1000s (no one really knows) in Tiananmen. If I was in China writing this I'd receive a knock on the door and my kidneys might never be seen again! Pity, because they do make good phones.
Peter17013/06/2019 17:32

The issue is that all Chinese companies are under control of the …The issue is that all Chinese companies are under control of the government. You are talking about a one party police state. They killed 100s or maybe 1000s (no one really knows) in Tiananmen. If I was in China writing this I'd receive a knock on the door and my kidneys might never be seen again! Pity, because they do make good phones.


Chinese countries have to operate by Chinese laws.

American companies operate by American laws.

If the Chinese government tells a company to do something they will.

If the American government tells a company to do something they will.

What’s the difference?
Why have i had my posts pulled in the past by mods due to poor trust pilot ratings bit this shower of xxxxx is allowed

uk.trustpilot.com/review/mi.com
Edited by: "daz_75" 13th Jun
daz_7513/06/2019 20:04

Why have i had my posts pulled in the past by mods due to poor trust pilot …Why have i had my posts pulled in the past by mods due to poor trust pilot ratings bit this shower of xxxxx is alloweduk.trustpilot.com/review/mi.com


Most of the companies on this site have crap trustpilot, but not all the companies are all bad.
Mrswitch13/06/2019 20:08

Most of the companies on this site have crap trustpilot, but not all the …Most of the companies on this site have crap trustpilot, but not all the companies are all bad.


Some not most. And most aren't this bad
daz_7513/06/2019 20:31

Some not most. And most aren't this bad


I genuinely meant some, apologies.

Yeah, I tend to not take notice to trustpilot if I'm honest
Mrswitch13/06/2019 20:40

I genuinely meant some, apologies.Yeah, I tend to not take notice to …I genuinely meant some, apologies.Yeah, I tend to not take notice to trustpilot if I'm honest


The post about missing phones rang alarm bells though which is why I said it.

Anyway back on topic. How would these compare to my ageing s6 edge?
daz_7513/06/2019 20:42

The post about missing phones rang alarm bells though which is why I said …The post about missing phones rang alarm bells though which is why I said it.Anyway back on topic. How would these compare to my ageing s6 edge?


Ah yeah totally understand mate, and totally respect that.

I got asked that question yesterday, I reckon it'll be a kind of side step, but better in key areas, like battery, and a more efficient processor.
ToxicHazard13/06/2019 17:36

Chinese countries have to operate by Chinese laws.American companies …Chinese countries have to operate by Chinese laws.American companies operate by American laws.If the Chinese government tells a company to do something they will.If the American government tells a company to do something they will.What’s the difference?


For you obviously nothing.
Peter17013/06/2019 21:21

For you obviously nothing.


I wanted to know your opinion, not for you to tell me mine again. I love having conversations, if you don’t want one that’s fine but discussions are always interesting
Rolex1713/06/2019 15:07

Has it affect you in any way with the USA military complex spy on you as …Has it affect you in any way with the USA military complex spy on you as it does with all phones sold? perosanlly I would rather have the chinese spy on my than the yanks who actually would use it against you.


OK, I'm just going to ignore the state of your writing and address what I think might be your point. I was answering the question regarding other Chinese phone companies potentially being treated like Huawei. I was implying that, since the others don't seem to have have such close ties with the Chinese military and government, it shouldn't be assumed that they would suffer the same fate. Somehow, you seem to have managed to infer that I was being negative about all Chinese phones when I wasn't. I wasn't even being negative about Huawei.
ToxicHazard13/06/2019 17:36

Chinese countries have to operate by Chinese laws.American companies …Chinese countries have to operate by Chinese laws.American companies operate by American laws.If the Chinese government tells a company to do something they will.If the American government tells a company to do something they will.What’s the difference?


I was under the impression that Apple actually refused to do what the US govt asked.
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