expired Samsung Galaxy S8+ 64GB Dual Sim @ $789.97 Delivered (HK) @ ApusExpress2 eBay Store

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Samsung Galaxy S8+ 64GB Dual Sim @ $789.97 Delivered (HK) @ ApusExpress2 eBay StoreAffiliate
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The deal is back with the new coupon code. (https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/319965)

  • Item is shipped from HK by Economic Express with online tracking and insurance (please check the ETA on the eBay listing)
  • Warranty service in Ausralia.

S8 Plus 64GB Maple Gold $789.97
S8 Plus 64GB Grey $791.1
S8 Plus 64GB Black $799.96

Enjoy

Comments

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      Whats the benefit?

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        History repeating.

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        none. the warranty with qd_au is like with this seller - send at the customer cost to Sydney, then they forward it to Asia and fix it over there, takes 3 to 5 weeks.

        • +4 votes

          Lots of horror stories of Shopping Square not responding after sending your phone back for repairs, better off spending a bit more and going with qd_au.

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          @moneybaby: Agreed and been a victim

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          I sent them (qd_au) a phone (bought for 300$), they sent to Asus, they took pictures of the insides 3.5 weeks later - water damage - no warranty (fair enough), repair is 313$ and return postage is 25$. Why 25$? It is from the overseas, even though "the service center" is in Sydney (this is where I sent it to). Not complaining, just giving an idea of the service.

      • +4 votes

        Plenty of horror stories dealing with Shopping Square for phone purchases here.

        If you're too lazy to go through the thread, then here's some forum posts of people discussing their experience with them:
        https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/319423 (This is very recent also, so it looks like they haven't changed)
        https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/290548
        https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/289858

        If you have any issues with your phone and you have to send it back to Shopping Square then that's pretty much your money gone. At least with qd_au they'll actually respond to you.

        • +2 votes

          Indeed - be cautious, I got a HDD from them that was "new" but had some Russian movies on it already, from the previous owner who had returned it as faulty.

          They used to trade as Apus Auction and had very mixed reviews, that said, their eBay reputation seems OK now.

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      QD better than Mobileciti, heck, even Harvey Norman is better than Mobileciti

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    With the Warranty does the buyer have to pay postage costs to return this to the Service Centre?

  • +1 vote

    Love your work

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    Is the warranty service offered by you or Samsung? Otherwise pretty good price.

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    This code can't be applied to your order.

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    Rep, will it reach AU before 18 August? Need to bring this phone overseas. I know you mention 29 August in the listing. Can it be made a bit quicker?

  • +1 vote

    good price but looking for S8+ 128Gb version.

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      that edge display is gimmicky enough.

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        Its mainly because of 128GB . I want to use it as a dual sim phone so cant use a microsd card. well my current phone is S7 edge so I am using that edge display for some extent. Lot of customisation you can do with edge display. Its upto you how you want to use it. having said that, lack of edge display is not a deal breaker for me.

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    Must resist…

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    This is the best price for a S8+. I bought two 7EDGE phones last year and they took quite a few days to post it. Mine was a faulty phone though it came fully sealed. So i returned the phone and seller paid for it but the whole returning and getting a refund process was unnecessary long . Their staff in Sydney don't reply immediately.

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    Just out of curiosity, how often do you change your phone? and how much do you spend on it?

    I see plenty of phone deals on OB and based on the comments, it seems like most people buy them.

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      So i bought this Z3 in 2015 and planned to change it with S7Edge but it came faulty and i got the refund, So no phone last year but I bought Lg G6 this year in July for $470.

      • +3 votes

        The Z3 was/is a fantastic phone anyway :)
        A shame Google didn't let Sony put Android 7 on it, otherwise I probably wouldn't have bothered upgrading.

        • +1 vote

          Yeah I'm still on my z3 from 2015. The battery life is degrading (still lasts 2+ days though), but besides that there's nothing it really lacks compared to recently released phones.

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      last bought my phone in 2013 (Samsung note 3) still going strong, but unfortunately stepped on it, else would have lasted easily till end of this year…

    • +1 vote

      It might seem that way, but it's devieving.
      There are 10's of thousands of daily users on the site. Only a couple of hundred buy these sorts of things each time.
      I aim to keep my phone for 2 years, but realistically, I end up selling it and replacing it every 16-18 months.

      I know people with ancient phones which can only hold a charge for half a day, and who will only replace them when they physically die.

      I also know people who upgrade yearly with the Telstra "new phone feeling" (not ozbargainers) plan.

      It really varies, but we're not all buying 2-3 phones / week when deals get posted here lol.

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        Yeah I'm most probably seeing it wrong. It makes sense if you put it in that context about many users on OB. I've averaged a phone for 3-4years until I got the Lumia 950xl. Have it 18 months now and it's getting worse. I feel like with each update they're introducing more and more bugs. At the end of the day as long as I can text, call and respond to emails.

        Next phone will most probably be an android though.
        Thanks for all your responses.

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      I'm still on Samsung S4 that got from kogan deal in 2013.

      • +1 vote

        Congratulations…. Your ozbargain membership has been upgraded to Gold status. Please enjoy the extra benefits

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    Is this store run by Apu Nahasapeemapetilon?

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    I bought an sd card from Shopping Square during the "CTAX20" ebay sales.
    One month later, it hadn't arrived, and I hate to file a dispute to get my money back.
    These guys are dodgy because they asked me to close the dispute, before they'd see what happened.
    I suggest looking Shopping Elsewhere

  • +4 votes

    I'm in hong kong right now, any way I can pick it up there?

  • +2 votes

    I like mobile handsets specialty stores like this, just checked out their eBay store they also sell perfumes lotions potions moisturiser after shave. This means you can get top notch after sales service in tech purchases.

  • +1 vote

    All the ebay links are giving me an error saying too many redirects

  • +2 votes

    I would pay a bit extra to go with others

  • +4 votes

    Will miss this after reading horror stories.

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    My Mum just got one of these beasts - I've been looking for a good-quality, protective case for her (ideally a flip one). Anyone seen any in their travels? I'm contemplating getting her the genuine Samsung Clear View Flip one, or an exceptionally good knock-off, but I doubt they'll do much if it gets dropped on a hard floor.

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    I bought an s7 with zippay through mobileciti on wed.. Of course all the s8 deals are coming up now -__-

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    DONT BUY FROM THEM. they sent me a Samsung galaxy s8 + that I ordered with the Samsung seal broken. The box also had a plain white sticker with 'random check' written on it in times new roman and nothing else, essentially a cover up to the fact that they have indeed sold me something that has been already opened and it is not brand new which is what I paid for. I have had my packages checked by Australian customs before and the seal clearly shows it was checked by Australian customs with the Australian logo. Honestly, this is kind of expected from these Asian countries, no honesty and no integrity, better to pay a bit more and buy Australian and support a country whose citizens are honest people. I am really really disappointed but I don't know why I expected anything less than these scum, filthy f**kn maggots they are can't help but try and cut corners and waste peoples time and money. Not really sure how I am meant to go about dealing with this, I have taken pictures and will email them but jeez it's a damn effort now having to sort out this crap when I spend 800 of my hard-earned dollars.

    and get this, I ordered it on the 14th of this month, and I got the phone 5 business days later when the ETA was 30th Aug to 5th Sep…now that's either a miracle or something wasn't right and they really wanted to push this non-brand new phone out asap.

    uugg pre frustrated, but hope someone else can avoid such a debacle, btw if anyone wants to point out if I am wrong or offer advice please do so.

    • +2 votes

      Is the phone OK other than just seal broken?

      I think it is very common if you read some others grey imported deal.

      If the phone is new and good shouldn't be any matter.

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        Yea phone was ok, I guess I am overreacting a bit. But yeah haven't experienced it before so it seemed quite wrong to me.

    • +3 votes

      Lmfao that's standard for purchasing grey stock the reason it's open is usually 2 reason. One is to change the language to English and another is when buy from their wholesaler for sale overseas the boxes are opened to not be resold in their country.

      You should of done some reading before you decided to make the purchase. You would of seen it was normal

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        ahhh ok, yeah it was weird coz everything including the manual and labels were in Chinese or whatever, and the phone, when turned on, was in English. Yea I guess I should have done more research and realised it may be somewhat normal. cheers for clarifying

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          Sometimes they also swap out the original charger for a Australian one but from my past experience they just add a travel adapter on the outside and if the box was opened its in English if not its been in there local language but thr box still had the Samsung seal intact. But for peace of mind I flash the phones with Australian firmware enabling features available in Australia like Samsung pay and enabling OTA updates with XSA

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        For these guys it's a hit and miss, when I bought mine, there are a few people who got sealed phones, and others got the opened boxes.

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