Have you lost cable or cell phone service during the recent Hurricane and Nor’easter? Well there’s a bit of good news. Cable companies – such as Cablevision and cell phone carriers are refunding customers for the days they were without service due to the storms.
Earlier, TLS reported about the efforts of Assemblywoman Amy H. Handlin to ensure that companies refund consumers ‘no questions asked’, but it appears that unless you call in for that refund, it won’t be guaranteed.
Some cable and phone companies already have Hurricane and Nor’easter-hit zip codes on their radar for refunds, so when calling from those areas refunds can be obtained within a couple of minutes. TLS.
If you are calling Sprint you must try to push them out every Cent when they ask you if you are happy with what you are getting tell them NO they will say that they will try getting more if this does not work call them back a few times till they give you the MAX as a Rep told me when i told them i will close my plan if i dont get more that they can give you a lot more just a need a Reason on the books to so when you complain that’s good Reason for them . I made at the end 45$ If you need Help email me
I lost phone service during the storm even the days when I had electricity. I just called the phone company today and told them that I did not have service and they will be crediting my account for the days I did not have service. The representative was very helpful and pleasant on the phone.
Money talk, What’s ur email?? add?
Money Talk. I’m not saying you didn’t suffer damages during the storm. But please a little subtlety! your basically saying no matter hoe happy or unhappy you are with the cell phone company there giving money so I’M TAKING!!! (#ObamaPhone)
Just called verizon they are being very courteous and generous about refunds .
Well pageplus worked all through thr storm sprint sucks
I think you’re being somewhat dishonest and “piggish” on this. At the very least, don’t advertise your ways of making money. Believe it or not, some people still like doing it the old way-by working and making an honest living.
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