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ZTE Warp Phone - Complaint
Review by ducedad22du on 2012-10-10
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IRVINE, CALIFORNIA -- I bought the phone (ZTE Warp) the second week in July 2013. The phone worked well for two weeks...then stopped working all together. They replaced the phone with a new one...that phone had problems form day one. It would lock up and now allow you to receive or make a call. I sent it in to be repaired September 13,2012. I got it back from repair Oct 7, 2012, it worked for 3 days and guess what, it started locking up once more. After calling Boost, they told me that I bought it, I own it. I sent it back for more repair. In the mean time you are on your own. I was willing to upgrade to a better phone, they told me there was nothing they could do. Now here is the joke, THEY DID NOT TELL ME THAT THIS IS A CHINA KNOCK OFF PHONE. THAT SAMSUNG MAKES THE WRAP PHONE IN THE USA, THAT MY PHONE WAS MADE IN CHINA. now that is enough, they hung up on me when I told them that I was recording the phone call. All this was today, 10-10-2012.
Comments:3 Replies - Latest reply on 2012-10-11
Posted by Vinnie on 2012-10-10:
Most cell phones are made in China including the cream of the crop iPhone.
Posted by F. on 2012-10-10:
As far as I can tell, that phone, and virtually every other phone that I know of is made in China. It's not a knock off. Also ZTE is based in Shenzhen, Guangdong, China. ZTE makes the Warp, not Samsung.
Posted by Tezrien on 2012-10-11:
And even then Samsung is not an American company.. It is owned and based in South Korea.

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