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    The device is covered for 1 year by Palm, correct?

    If my phone craps out in 11 months and I get a replacement, is that one covered for a year as well? Or am I totally screwed once I get past the 12 month mark from my original phone?

    Haven't had a single problem yet (well, aside from the obvious GPS), but just curious.
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    In the uk, if you get a replacment legally you are covered for the 12 months again because it is a new device. Not to sure about anywhere outside of europe though.
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    I am pretty sure the manufacturer's warranty is only from the date of purchase and not actually how long you have had the phone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Runningwarrior08 View Post
    I am pretty sure the manufacturer's warranty is only from the date of purchase and not actually how long you have had the phone.
    Correct.
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    However in the UK under the supply goods and services act a product must be fit for purpose. If you were sold the phone on a contract longer than 12 months then the product should be fit for use for the length of the contract (providing you havent done somthing silly like droped a rock on it) as your next expected to get another phone mid way into a contract.
    They should also be of satisfactory quality (which inclides durablility) which depends on the product but can be up to 6 years and is judged on what the product is and what you paid for it, a phone costing 200+ as with alot of expensive electrical goods will be in excess of 12 months

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