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Apple initiates seven day app return policy in Taiwan

July 15th, 2011

Apple has initiated a new seven day return policy in Taiwan in accordance with the country’s consumer protection laws, MacRumors reported on Friday. Taiwanese iTunes App Store customers can now receive a full refund on purchased applications within a seven day window after the purchase date. Specifically, Apple’s iTunes App Store, iBookstore, and Mac App …

Apple refunds $100 to recent iPad purchasers

March 3rd, 2011

According to blog Electricpig in the UK, Apple will be refunding the new price difference to customers that purchased an iPad between February 16th and March 2nd. “We were assured by Apple’s sales team that Apple would refund the £100 price difference, without any complicated returns and exchanges, so you can take advantage of the …

Confirmed: T-Mobile to drop FlexPay, require deposits

March 1st, 2011

We reported yesterday that T-Mobile will be eliminating its FlexPay plans, and we’ve now received a screen shot of an internal T-Mobile document that confirms the carrier’s plans to drop FlexPay. In its place, T-Mobile will be introducing a program that lets customers with unsatisfactory credit sign up for postpaid-like plans by leaving deposits up …

Apple Store to eliminate restocking fees, configure new Mac purchases

January 10th, 2011

According to two unconfirmed reports from Apple blog 9 to 5 Mac, Apple will be changing two key policies at its Apple Store retail locations. First, the blog reports that Apple plans to do away with its restocking fees beginning tomorrow, January 11th. Currently, Apple charges a 10% restocking fee to customers returning non-defective products …

Verizon Wireless refunding $90 million in data charges to customers

October 3rd, 2010

Verizon Wireless just hit us up, and the news is very big. Verizon is refunding erroneously billed customers over $90 million next month. 15 million cellular customers were wrongly charged for internet usage, Verizon said, and they will be refunding around $2-$6 (and possibly much more) per customer. If you’ve already skipped out on Big Red, your …