Hey i just bought an S3 on Wednesday, was using it today and noticed a stuck pixel( only 1, it only shows up on white or green screens) and was wondering if they do exchanges? I activated a new line but never even used their sim, i unlocked it as soon as i was out of the store and put my rogers sim in.
And what is this insurances i hear about that you can purchase, does it cover accidental damage?
Doesn't unlocking void the warranty?
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Turn it off and pack up the phone into the box as it was originally sold to you. They will probably visually inspect the phone for damage.
If you are within the return period it might be better to just return the device and head to another store to repurchase.
In my opinion, things shouldn't be Mobilicity vs. customers of other companies as enemies. Situations as this could be used as an opportunity. Those "enemies" are potential customers.
Last edited by computergeek541; 07-09-2012 at 02:54 PM.
I believe that the Mobilicity reply is bad publicity. It's one thing for a user to have that opinion but it's a different mattter when a employee paid by Mobilicity makes comments such as that. It speaks to the level of customer service.
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Should tmobile get upset that their phones are being used on other networks? How silly
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There's a big difference both in the prices they charge and the profit they make wheels. You're making a silly comparison.
What I want to know is, where are these mobilicity stores/dealers that are actually selling S3s to non-subscribing clients? I mean I've actually been a customer for over a year and I can't get them to sell me one. They tell me that they're only for new activations. Oh, scratch that, the girl at the Scarborough Kennedy and Ellesmere store told me she could order me one, but that it would cost current customers $50 bucks more (even though it's $599 on the website and no small print to that effect anywhere.)