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Warning: Do not buy from boostmobile.com

Discussion in 'Boost Mobile' started by GamingForever, Nov 11, 2011.

  1. GamingForever

    GamingForever Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Sep 1, 2011
    I'm going to save you the trouble now and tell you not to buy from their site because if you buy from them and your item is defective, it will be a big hassle just to replace it or get your money back... I finally got them to send me stuff to send me back after a lot of aggravation... I have to send it back, wait for my money back and get it from another carrier like amazon (which is easy to take back) or a store like best buy...


  2. ronk1030

    ronk1030 Member

    Jul 13, 2011
    Which phone was defective?
  3. thehandyman

    thehandyman Guest

    I bought my warp off boost mobile website for 30% off when best buy wasn't even carrying it, had no problems at all.
  4. Hooligan77

    Hooligan77 Well-Known Member

    Mar 13, 2011
    Medium Pimp'N
    I always like going to a brick and mortar store just for the fact if something isn't working, it's usually a lot easier to return.
  5. double b26

    double b26 Well-Known Member

    Dec 20, 2011

    Same here. A few weeks before christmas, they had 30% off all phones on the boost website. I was initially considering the samsung slider, which is saw in stores and on tv. Then i stumbled upon the then-unadvertised Warp, on sale for $140 with free shipping! How can i complain about that?!

    I really dont understand why boost sets on their best phones, but advrrtise the hell out of the old ones. Like right now, the Samsung Marquee is available on the site for $280, but all i see advertised, still, is that Samsung slider! By the time you find out theres a new one out, its 6 months old!

    Only thing i can figure is that they ordered waaay to many units, and have to clear them out, or eat them. But its not good for the brand to not advertise the latest phones. If thats the case, maybe theyll have learned a lesson with the first few droids, and order less so they can advertise the newest without cutting their own throat due to overstock.

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