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Sony to Shutter Online Store August 28

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Aug 1, 2015, 9:13 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @zeman_e

Sony is telling visitors to its online web store that the site will cease taking orders and shut down on August 28. Sony's web store is one of just a handful of places to purchase its Xperia-branded smartphones in the U.S. Sony did not say why it is closing the web store, but did say it plans to "improve our online shopping experience" with "an exciting new product web site that includes our authorized retailers for your purchasing preference." Customers who have questions about their Sony web store account or any online purchases they may have made can find answers on a FAQ posted to the site. Sony has already closed the majority of its U.S. brick-and-mortar retail stores, with only its NYC flagship store remaining. Verizon plans to sell the Sony Xperia Z4v later this summer.

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GettingSleepy

Aug 2, 2015, 9:51 AM

I had the first Xperia Tablet

It was a great tablet, I was very happy with it until I dropped it and it broke. I purchased it slightly used from swappa.com though and got it at a slightly better price than new from Sony's online store.

Slightly off topic, Sony is pretty bad about having you send in a damaged product and fixing it. Unlike Samsung and Motorola who I have sent in broken devices several times and have had them fixed in a timely manner at a decent price.
Versed

Aug 1, 2015, 4:35 PM

To Be Honest.

It was overpriced, and rarely had their newest phones available.
Agree... only phone available on their site right now is the T3
 
 
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