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SERVICE: PocketPCTechs.com named North American i-mate Repair Center
Posted by Arne Hess - on Friday, 29.12.06 - 11:17:22 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 9446x
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On Dec. 17, 2006, PocketPCTechs.com was declared the official US and Canadian i-mate Authorized Repair Center, servicing all i-mate devices, both under warranty and out of warranty.
i-mate devices will be coming in to PocketPCTechs.com, located in Fountain Valley, Ca., from the United States and Canada. The entire i-mate PDA family will be accepted for service, including the popular HTC-based Jam, JasJar, Smartflip and JasJam.

"We are extremely pleased to become one of i-mate's Authorized Repair Centers," said Leonard Wesson, CEO of PocketPCTechs.com. "We are confident that our qualified staff and team of advanced technicians will be able to offer i-mate customers efficient and comprehensive service."

"We're very excited to begin this relationship with PocketPCTechs.com," said Hector Lopez C, Director of Sales and Business Development (Americas) for i-mate. "We are confident that they will diligently represent our company's integrity and dedication to customer satisfaction. Since establishing our presence in the US, we have expanded our service center presence into Canada and Latin America. As our customer base continues to grow, more service centers will be added around the world."

Customers with warranty devices will start the repair process by ordering the diagnostic service. If the customer's device is confirmed to be under warranty, the diagnostic fee and return FedEx Ground shipping fee will be waived. Customers with out-of-warranty devices will be asked to review the Out-of-Warranty Services section of PocketPCTechs.com's i-mate Web site to see if the repair needed is offered. If the repair cannot be found on the site, the customer should then order the diagnostic service. No charges will be made to customers' credit card until their device is confirmed as either under or out-of-warranty, and all work has been completed.

"It's a great way to expose a new realm of people to our products and services," Wesson said. "We're grateful for the opportunity."

Cheers ~ Arne


 
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