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My Review on Assurance Wireless

  • Dec 23, 2011
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I ordered this phone for my daughter to use for safety reasons, and It was never shipped to me. I reported that and they verified the had the right address and said they re-sent it out, and still never received it. I tried 2 more times and gave up..never received the phone. They even sent me a letter asking did I receive it and wanted me to rate the phone service. I don't understand what the problem was..but they have some bad Customer Service.

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December 23, 2011
That's horrible. Hopefully, you didn't waste any money! If you did and you have a receipt, I would demand a refund. Sorry you had that experience!
 
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Assurance Wireless offers a free wireless phone and 200 free minutes of wireless service to eligible customers each month. There are no bills, long-term contracts, activation fees, recurring fees, or surcharges for Assurance Wireless customers.
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