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  1. #1
    Ian X. Cuthbert
    Guest
    Hi...I bought a kyocera fone about 2 years ago from Circuit City,
    along with a $60, 3 year warranty. I have since used this warranty to
    upgrade my fone twice, most recently to a Sanyo 6200. I really like
    this fone, but it seems to be dying after a year and a half of
    constant use and falling out of my lap when I get out of the car.
    Anyways, I recently went down to CC for something else, and noticed
    that they're no longer carrying Sprint fones. It was pretty busy, so
    I didn't want to wait around to ask questions. So, I would like to
    know if anyone has gotten their money back from a fone that quit
    working (under warranty) since they've stopped carrying SPCS. TIA for
    any info.



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  2. #2
    CK
    Guest

    Re: Circuit City warranty question

    In the area that I live (Virginia Beach), Best Buy is now an exclusive
    dealer for Sprint having dropped SunCom and TMobile whereas Circuit City is
    now an exclusive Verizon dealer having dropped Sprint and Suncom. Not sure
    if this is a nationwide push by the big box electronic retailers to simplify
    their operations or not.



    "Ian X. Cuthbert" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hi...I bought a kyocera fone about 2 years ago from Circuit City,
    > along with a $60, 3 year warranty. I have since used this warranty to
    > upgrade my fone twice, most recently to a Sanyo 6200. I really like
    > this fone, but it seems to be dying after a year and a half of
    > constant use and falling out of my lap when I get out of the car.
    > Anyways, I recently went down to CC for something else, and noticed
    > that they're no longer carrying Sprint fones. It was pretty busy, so
    > I didn't want to wait around to ask questions. So, I would like to
    > know if anyone has gotten their money back from a fone that quit
    > working (under warranty) since they've stopped carrying SPCS. TIA for
    > any info.






  3. #3
    DSL GURU
    Guest

    Re: Circuit City warranty question

    Let your fingers do the walking and call Circuit City.



  4. #4
    Mark L.
    Guest

    Re: Circuit City warranty question

    Ian,

    Call (888) 333-2333. If Circuit City has any Sprint PCS phones left in
    their inventory, I believe they will offer you one. If not, then they will
    send you a check. That is my understanding of the new City Advantage policy
    regarding Sprint, AT&T, and Cingular phones.

    Mark

    "Ian X. Cuthbert" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hi...I bought a kyocera fone about 2 years ago from Circuit City,
    > along with a $60, 3 year warranty. I have since used this warranty to
    > upgrade my fone twice, most recently to a Sanyo 6200. I really like
    > this fone, but it seems to be dying after a year and a half of
    > constant use and falling out of my lap when I get out of the car.
    > Anyways, I recently went down to CC for something else, and noticed
    > that they're no longer carrying Sprint fones. It was pretty busy, so
    > I didn't want to wait around to ask questions. So, I would like to
    > know if anyone has gotten their money back from a fone that quit
    > working (under warranty) since they've stopped carrying SPCS. TIA for
    > any info.






  5. #5
    scannell
    Guest

    Re: Circuit City warranty question

    Are you related to the Girl (last name Cuthbert) that plays Kim on the TV
    series 24?

    scannell
    cols. oh

    "Ian X. Cuthbert" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hi...I bought a kyocera fone about 2 years ago from Circuit City,
    > along with a $60, 3 year warranty. I have since used this warranty to
    > upgrade my fone twice, most recently to a Sanyo 6200. I really like
    > this fone, but it seems to be dying after a year and a half of
    > constant use and falling out of my lap when I get out of the car.
    > Anyways, I recently went down to CC for something else, and noticed
    > that they're no longer carrying Sprint fones. It was pretty busy, so
    > I didn't want to wait around to ask questions. So, I would like to
    > know if anyone has gotten their money back from a fone that quit
    > working (under warranty) since they've stopped carrying SPCS. TIA for
    > any info.






  6. #6
    Nomad45
    Guest

    Re: Circuit City warranty question

    Mark L. wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    > Ian,
    >
    > Call (888) 333-2333. If Circuit City has any Sprint PCS phones
    > left in their inventory, I believe they will offer you one. If
    > not, then they will send you a check. That is my understanding of
    > the new City Advantage policy regarding Sprint, AT&T, and Cingular
    > phones.
    >
    > Mark
    >
    > "Ian X. Cuthbert" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> Hi...I bought a kyocera fone about 2 years ago from Circuit City,
    >> along with a $60, 3 year warranty. I have since used this
    >> warranty to upgrade my fone twice, most recently to a Sanyo 6200.
    >> I really like this fone, but it seems to be dying after a year
    >> and a half of constant use and falling out of my lap when I get
    >> out of the car. Anyways, I recently went down to CC for something
    >> else, and noticed that they're no longer carrying Sprint fones.
    >> It was pretty busy, so I didn't want to wait around to ask
    >> questions. So, I would like to know if anyone has gotten their
    >> money back from a fone that quit working (under warranty) since
    >> they've stopped carrying SPCS. TIA for any info.

    >
    >
    >


    I called (888) 333-2333. My Sanyo 4900 was going bad after a year,
    they replaced it with a Sanyo 5300. I noticed it came from Lockline
    which I though was the Insurance SprintPCS uses.



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