T-Mobile Offers Two Year Warranty on the myTouch
Today T-Mobile said that it is offering a longer warranty on the myTouch 3G. The warranty period will last as long as the customer's contract, up to two years. Customers will be able to exchange non-working devices. Most warranties last less than one year.
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***Very important correction*****
Please, you need to make the following correction: at T-Mobile retail locations we (that's right - "we") do not offer warranty replacements. At all. This is misleading to both your readers, and T-Mobile customers.
Thank you in advance.
Did you ever even stop to think that they mi...
Just another reason
...or.... how about a trade in value of like 50 - 100 bucks on used/old phones up to 18 months too or prior to upgrade eligibility if the phone isn't liquid/physical/lost, i.e. like normal warranty conditions.