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Re: Vonage Customer Cares DOESN'T really care

DevilsPGD (
Thu, 20 Jan 2005 01:18:27 -0700

In message <> Matt
<> wrote:

> I'm not sure what your problem is. I've always been impressed by
> Vonage's tech support and customer service; they have always fixed my
> problem, and even sent me a new ATA when there was a "woosh" issue
> with mine.

When was the last time you contacted Vonage? -- I was VERY impressed
until recently. Specifically, when DST ended and one of my adapters
failed to update the clock. It took several weeks of waiting after
opening a ticket by email, dozens of phone calls (although I never
actually got through to anyone)

I eventually called sales, asked for a manager (denied), asked the
sales rep to have their manager pass the ticket number through to
technical support. About a week later somebody at Vonage left
voicemail that the problem should be resolved (and after rebooting the
ATA, it was resolved.)

> If your ATA dies within a year it should be covered; should be covered
> beyond that also since it is VONAGE's ATA and not yours. Did you
> purchase it? Didn't think so.

The current warranty is 30 days -- Going from memory, you do buy the
ATA, but Vonage charges a deactivation charge which is refundable if
you return the ATA.

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