For internet based orders Dabs have only ever charged me £5 for 4 day
You can set up an account with all of your payment details and delivery
addresses set up and they allow Irish addresses now.
I use them a lot and have had no reason to complain.
Their prices are great too.
From: wesley at blackstar.co.uk [mailto:wesley at blackstar.co.uk]
Sent: 17 April 2000 15:17
To: ilug at linux.ie
Subject: FW: Re: [ILUG] OT - cheap 20GB IBM hard drive
On Mon, Apr 17, 2000 at 02:50:16PM +0100, David Murphy wrote:
> Quoting <20000417144810.A2704 at tux.blackstar.co.uk>
> by Wesley Darlington <wesley at blackstar.co.uk>:
>> > Dabs are very reasonable about delivery charges, returns etc. Scan,
> > among other things, tend to charge a lot for delivery.
>> Scan just charge a flat rate of STG£30, so it comes down to how much
> you're ordering. I was quite pleased to have 3 large boxes, one of
> which was a 19" monitor, delivered for STG£30.
I'm biased here - Dabs do free delivery to uk postcodes, *plus* they're
almost always cheaper than scan anyway. *And* they're great to deal
Sorry, I'll shut up now - this is in danger of turning into another
scan flamefest. ;-)
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