Refunds

  • Activision offering swap or Wiifund on Guitar Hero III disks

    [photopress:slash.jpg,full,center] We know there are a lot of you out there, so we had to make sure you didn’t miss this. If you’re a Wii-loving Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock player, your disk might have a faulty audio mix. Activision is being cool about it, though, and offering to swap your defective disk for one with remastered Dolby Digital 5.1 for free, or a refund. Guitar Hero… Read More

  • XM Offering Credit For Downtime

    XM Offering Credit For Downtime

    You may have heard that XM was down for almost a whole day and then it came back online. When a service you shell out money for on a monthly basis goes down, you’d obviously expect a credit of some sort to occur so that subscribers don’t go canceling their subscriptions. Luckily, XM is smart enough to know this and is offering two-days of credit to subscribers. If you want to get your… Read More

  • Use Vonage Or VoIP? You May Be Entitled To Some Bucks

    Use Vonage Or VoIP? You May Be Entitled To Some Bucks

    As you may or may not have noticed on your normal phone bill, there’s a federal excise tax on long-distance phone service. Not only do consumers loathe it, but the government does as well. So as an incentive to use VoIP services, you can earn up to $60 back from federal charges. Here’s how it works: Read More

  • Cingular Forced to Refund Customers To the Tune of $18.5 Million

    Cingular Forced to Refund Customers To the Tune of $18.5 Million

    Thousands of California Cingular customers can look forward to receiving a $160 check in the mail thanks to a recent settlement. You see, back between 2000 and 2002, Cingular’s network stunk on ice because of a rapid increase in the number of customers it served. Many of those customers canceled their accounts as a result of the shoddy service only to see Cingular impose early cancellation… Read More