Re: New customer...should I get equipment insurance?
- From: "exposejoh" <exposejoh@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 23 Sep 2005 16:19:57 -0500
I imagine within the first 30 days Cingular, or whatever reseller you went
with, would replace them on the spot via their stores, but after that up
through 12 months it's probably Motorola's responsibility. You send the
phone to them (they may even pay return shipping) and they replace it within
a few days with a refurb. Not really a big deal since all the shipping is
either next day or two day and they know the customer is without a phone.
You can also pay their price for a replacement upfront, they ship the phone,
and credit your account once your phone is received. I'd only take the
insurance if there's a good chance the phones might become lost or badly
treated. I take good care of my phones and keep track of them, so I've never
considered it. Usually after a year most people want new phones anyway no
matter how cool or exciting the current models are.
"Tech" <no@xxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:k3WYe.52$L15.15@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Signed up with Cingular on a family talk plan with 3 Razrs in New Jersey.
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