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9th January 2014, 04:28 PM   |  #11  
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Originally Posted by Chrizzly92

yes, but that can happen on high end devices, too. there is one real problem wit those devices: support. if you got a faulty device, sending back to china is expensive as hell. you can buy on ebay or a local shop too, but they are much more expensive then and i would buy a well known vendor instead. i you want a guarantee for quality, yiu need to buy qauality. same for cars, bicycles,, pc's...

As I mentioned the vsun malfunctioned. It was from dx deals, I got in touch with them and they said send it back, it turns out that with dx you don't send it back to China but to a drop off address in your own country, it cost me 4 quid to send it back and they have since refunded the phone cost and the return postage, granted its not a quick service due to the distance but I can't praise them enough, the customer service is excellent.
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