- Report: #631651
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Complaint Review: AT&T Mobility - AT&T Wireless
AT&T Mobility - AT&T Wireless5565 Glenridge Connector Atlanta, Georgia United States of America
AT&T Mobility - AT&T Wireless Cingular Wireless Warranty Unhonored, Refund, Replacement, Handset Atlanta, Georgia
Recently I have been having a plethora of dropped calls/failed to initiate calls and contacted the warranty department to get an exchange. I was told that even though the replacement handset is still under warranty, due to the amount of exchanges with this phone, I am not eligible for a warranty replacement.
I explained to the customer service rep that they do not have the right to deny warranty coverage due to 'excessive' replacements. I keep all of my phones in pristine condition and the warranty is not voided on any of them. I was then bounced to blackberry (RIM) to handle the replacement. RIM informed me that AT&T was required to honor the replacement request, and they conferenced AT&T in and informed the Cust. service rep that they were to do so.
After hanging up, the CSR told me that they request would not be honored because the warranty department is requiring me to use my 'upgrade' to purchase a new phone.
believe that it is not correct that a company can simply choose to not honor their warranty. I requested that if the company was not going to honor the warranty that they refund the original price of the original phone. I was of course, denied.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/15/2010 07:44 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/ATT-Mobility-ATT-Wireless/Atlanta-Georgia-30342/ATT-Mobility-ATT-Wireless-Cingular-Wireless-Warranty-Unhonored-Refund-Replacement-631651. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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