My wife and I switched to Sprint in June 2012. We both got the Samsung Conquer phones. In late September my phone quit recognizing any sd cards. I called Sprint with the issue and was very pleased with the service I received. Sprint mailed me a replacement phone and seemed happy to help. Today October 20th my wife’s phone had half of the screen freeze up. She had to use phone since hers was unable to call out. After Sprint done the factory reset with no success she was told to take the phone to a Sprint store. After visiting 2 stores she was informed that they couldn’t repair her phone for lack of parts. She was told that it could be replaced without a charge. I contacted both Sprint and Samsung about this since the phone is only 4 months old. Samsung said they fix it but she would have to be without a phone for 2 weeks. I contacted Sprint to see what could be done. I was pretty much told tough luck and pay $100 deductible on insurance or wait 2 weeks. So now I am looking a t a 4 month old phone with Sprint and Samsung’s name on it that I.can’t use and neither really seems to care. We have 2 kids and need to be able to get in touch with each other. I do not understand how the service be so different from call to call. I can’t believe that company’s really sale products that they do they do not back. It seems that both Sprint and Samsung think that phones tearing up in 4 months is accepted in todays market. Their are plenty of other carriers that would like to take care of the Customers needs. I guess I will have to get a prepaid phone while trying to get this resolved after weighing the options of is this even worth the trouble. o l l
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