If you had checked you could have cancelled before they shipped. It's your mistake. Pay the restocking fee if you don't want the phone.
posted: Dec. 1, 2012 @ 7:11p
Thanks for your reply.
This is my mistake. I did not check my email and my account after I put the order. It is a really good experience for me.
I just cannot imagine that I really went to the link of Samsung Dart. why after I put the order, the order was changed? Hope it is just a mistake.
The phone is only $50, I do not want to pay 25 for restock.
I will keep it, although it is trash.
posted: Dec. 1, 2012 @ 7:38p
wxmwqr said: Although it is cheap phone, I still want Samsung Dart? Why? The Prism will run CM7 and has a better display than the Dart. I haven't used either phone, but the Prism looks better on paper. Unless you really want to see the Samsung name on your $50 phone, it seems like you would be better off with the Prism.
3.50" TFT LCD 3.14" TFT LCD
320 x 480 pixels 240 x 320 pixels
165 ppi 127 ppi
512 MB RAM 384 MB RAM
1400 mAh battery 1200 mAh battery
Even other bad phones make the Dart's hardware look bad.
wxmwqr said: I will keep it, although it is trash. And the Dart isn't? All of the Prism's specs are the same or better than the Dart's. I think you just want to have the Samsung name on your "trash" phone.
posted: Dec. 1, 2012 @ 8:10p
I am using it now.
The sound of Prism is really bad and weak. (maybe just for my phone!)
Even I used the speaker with the max volume, the sound still weak!
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posted: Dec. 1, 2012 @ 9:36p
kshell said: If you had checked you could have cancelled before they shipped. It's your mistake. Pay the restocking fee if you don't want the phone.
I love how logic in this world has shifted to where a corporate giant now has the right to force you to respond to their breaches of contract... And that you consider it valid that a restocking fee is warranted.
I got a Prism but chose a Dart too. Thinking the cart got overloaded, or they ran out and did a change afterwards. Remember the Rocket debacle? Getting that Groundhog Day feeling.
In Realville we call customer service and demand all return costs be waived, followed by a chargeback if denied. Sanity, ahhh.
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