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Re: [JB] What reason do we have to now?
I'm dealing with the carrier...more accurately, one of their authorized dealers. My mistake was believing them when they said that their warranty would be better than AppleCare. IIRC, AppleCare does charge for some warranty stuff ($49 service fee)...which was their selling point. As I said before, live and learn.
This reminds me of the time when I had a car problem, front end noise, and the dealer kept lubing it. After warranty was up, I took it elsewhere, and the control arm bushings were complete toast, and had been for some time. $300 to repair, not much, but you think the dealership could have got it right the first time, rather than a band-aid solution.
At any rate, I'll likely call their corporate office to see if I can get any action..or just head to the Apple Store and see if they pity me a little bit.
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That's if they "repair" it. Usually, they just give you a new one or a refurb. That's how it was for me at any rate when my iPhone 3G's wifi went kaput about 4 days before the 1-year warranty was up.
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