Posted Wed Dec 15, 2010 at 07:00 AM PST by Dick Ward
Even better - you don't even have to send your FLO TV back.
When it launched, FLO TV seemed like an idea with a lot of potential. The idea was sound, but just a year or two too late. With smartphones increasing in capabilities quickly, FLO TV started to look a bit less futuristic. Sadly, adoption rates were slow and FLO TV had to close its doors.
The folks at FLO TV said they'd be doing something for the people that bought the device and service, but we didn't expect anything like this. There's no gift voucher, partial refund or credit towards the purchase of something else - customers are getting a full refund.
If you bought a FLO TV, you'll get a refund no matter where you got it. If you bought an accessory for your FLO TV, you'll get a refund on that too, if you bought it directly from FLO TV.
The only caveat to the whole thing is that your device must have been activated on a FLO TV account - that basically means you can't go grabbing new FLO TVs on clearance and turning them in for the rebate.
Source: FLO TV
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