Monday, October 31, 2016

Google says sorry, gives $50 store credit over Pixel telephone delays: report

 Google says a shipment issue with the new Pixel telephones implies a few clients will need to hold up, another report said.

Be that as it may, the Mountain View tech titan is giving those purchasers something to anticipate: they'll get $50 vouchers for the Google Play store, to be sent by means of email "before long" the telephone is conveyed, by.

The notification to purchasers let them know that their telephones had been dispatched, however would arrive later than anticipated. "We're so sad," the notification said, by site, which said Google had affirmed it had sent the takes note.

A Google representative told TechCrunch that pre-arrange request surpassed the company's desires, yet that the deferrals came about because of a now-determined dispatching glitch.

The telephones being referred to were transported a week ago and ought to arrive this week on the off chance that they haven't as of now, said Google, which wouldn't unveil what number of clients would get credits.

The $50 vouchers will be useful for things in the Play store, which offers applications, motion pictures, books, TV appears, music, news memberships and gadgets.

However, an indicated delivering glitch isn't the main thing keeping some eventual Pixel proprietors from getting their hands on the gadgets. On Oct. 31, all shades of the bigger Pixel XL were recorded as out of stock in the Play store, just like the beat up forms of the 32GB Pixel.


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