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Pros: The great stuff:
1- I paid **$74.99 locally
2- PNY quality
3- Cool looking RAM heatsink
4- Shipped "billypost" (see other thoughts)
5- NO UPS SurePost or Fed-EX SmartPost shipping AKA UPS SureIsLate and Fed-EX SmartLate
Cons: The not so good stuff:
1- Was not free??
2- DDR3 1333Mhz RAM is being phased out
Other Thoughts: Yup, I paid a mere $74.99 locally at brick n mortar retailer where I an now getting the "best buys." The RAM was well packaged by PNY and I had no issues whatsoever. You must verify your motherboard/CPU supports DDR3 1333 MHz RAM. Furthermore, never install any pc component on carpet; due to fact static electricity will cause damage. Yes, I stated this RAM was shipped "billypost." Here is how it works:
1- From local retailer's shelf to my cart
2- From my cart to cashier and back into my cart
3- To my car to my house to my **front door**
As long as e-retailers cut shipping expenses and ship Fed-EX SmartPost & UPS SurePost I shall continue to use "billypost." When an e-retailer uses these generic shipping methods it shows they care nothing about their customers and only about their bottom line. My local electronics retailer is now either matching or beating ANY major e-retailer pricing on same product, so my shipping woes are over! ALL my holiday shopping was sent via "billypost."
This review is from: netTALK ACNTDUO1MO US DUO 1 month
Pros: One great positive fact: There are other VOIPs to choose from
Cons: 1- BBB has given Nettalk a "F" rating
2- BBB apparently revoked Nettalk's BBB membership; due to an *enormous* amount of unanswered BBB complaints
3- Unlike approx. 4 years ago currently there is no phone tech support/customer service
Other Thoughts: My approx. 4 year old adapter failed, so I purchased a replacement. All I needed was to transfer my existing account to the new Nettalk adapter. Seems simple right? Wow was I wrong! I called the tech support phone number and got a recording instructing me to use their online chat help service. Nettalk's online "service" is only open M-F *6 hours/day.I tried for *four days to get through (others in line) and on the fourth day within minutes of getting a chat rep I was kicked off with this message: "team is currently unavailable...please e-mail tech support. I did and waited *2 more days; however I never got a reply. I turned to the BBB for mediation and two days later I got an e-mail from Nettalk (global) and a rep named Ricardo promised there'd be a prorated refund sent to me within ** 8 business days. Almost 1.5 months have passed and still I have not seen that check. If you desire a decent/honest VOIP service that provides good customer service/tech support...Nettalk is not it!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: netTALK DUO VOIP Telephone free USA and Canada Calling
Pros: Pros?? Oh yeah nadda...zipola...none
Cons: After getting the BBB involved Nettalk had promised a pro-rated refund ; due to NOT providing customer service. The "check was to be in the mail" within 8 business days (See previous review.) I have yet to see it. Just as the BBB has given Nettalk a "F" rating, so do I. Apparently, the BBB has revoked their membership too. I was an approximate 4 year customer and walked away over extremely poor customer service.
Other Thoughts: On another site a bogus review states Nettalk still has a customer service phone number. LOL call it...it is a recording referring you back to their website with instructions to use their online chat help service (joke.) If I was an e-retailer and knew the BBB has currently given Nettalk a "F" rating I'd be pulling their VOIP adapters off my site til they cleaned up their act. "You are known by who you associate/run with."READ FULL REVIEW
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