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When will my pruchase be shipped?
Returns?
How Can I Pay?
Shipping Destination? Do You ship outside of the USA?
Why Did Tech Stuff Cancel My Order & Refund My Payment?
Do I have to pay for shipping?
What is "Refurbished or Reconditioned" and what does it mean?
Are all of the items in this store new?
What is the difference between a CDMA Cellular Phone & GSM Cellular Phone?


When will my pruchase be shipped?
All items are shipped after payment has been made, cleared & posted to the seller's account. No items will be shipped before all of the above events have taken place, No Exceptions.

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Returns?
All Items are sold As Is, Per the item description. Tech Stuff, is not responsible for Manufacturer's Defects. All Manufacturer's Defects are to be directed to the products manufacturer. No Refunds Will Be Given.

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How Can I Pay?
Tech Stuff Only Excepts PayPal,No Exceptions.

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Shipping Destination? Do You ship outside of the USA?
NO, WE DO NOT SHIP OUTSIDE OF THE USA, NO EXCEPTIONS!

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Why Did Tech Stuff Cancel My Order & Refund My Payment?
Tech Stuff reserves the right to cancel any order & refund the payment if they feel that there may be a security issue. (ie: We cannot verify all of your account information.) * Tech Stuff has put these steps in place to ensure the customer is protected as well as ourselves. Thank you for your cooperation.

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Do I have to pay for shipping?
NO! Tech Stuff, offers FREE SHIPPING anywhere in The Mainland, United States!

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What is "Refurbished or Reconditioned" and what does it mean?
Refurbished / Reconditioned, means that the product had a an issue that had to be fixed by the manufacturer. It does not mean that the product is used. Most times, a refurbished product can be better than a new product. Any Bugs or fixes that were available at that time, were fixed on a refurbished or reconditioned product.

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Are all of the items in this store new?
All items listed within Tech Stuff are New, unless listed as "Refurbished". We DO NOT SELL USED PRODUCTS!

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What is the difference between a CDMA Cellular Phone & GSM Cellular Phone?
Some GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) providers include Cingular, Tmobile, AT&T, etc� A GSM network differs from a CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access) network in several ways, the easiest to distinguish by being that a GSM phone requires a SIM card (which is not included). SIM cards can be obtained from your provider. When purchasing a GSM phone you should take into consideration which bandwidth frequency is available in your area. Please contact your service provider for assistance. The frequency coverage depends on the area and your service provider. GSM cellular phones only run on 4 possible frequencies, 850/900/1800/1900. Quad Band phones can run on all 4 frequencies, Tri Band phones will only work on 3 out of the 4 frequencies, and Dual Band phones will only work on 2 out of the 4 frequencies. 850/1900 are US frequencies, and 900/1800 are international frequencies. The majority of our Tri Band phones are 900/1800/1900 which means they work internationally as well as on a US 1900 frequency (850 frequency will not work). Please check with your provider for details on the frequency in your area prior to placing your order. As the majority of phones we offer are international models, and are not assigned to one specific carrier, unless marked otherwise, the GSM phones can be used on any GSM network: Cingular, Tmobile, AT&T, etc� However for best service from your cellular phone, the above frequency regulations must be observed. *Cell phones which are marked as unlocked ( being international phones ) are not capable of working on the internet. They are not enabled to browse the internet and will not be able to access it.

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