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Nintendo and Sony's console warranties are now more consumer friendly

8 monthes ago   |   By Tech Radar

In April, the American Federal Trade Commission declared that prohibitive and illegal warranties are rife across the consumer electronics industry. Taking action, the FTC sent letters to offending companies and demanded that they change their warranties within the space of 30 days or face legal action. Three of the companies that were contacted by the FTC included Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft whose console warranties were deemed illegal due to the limitations placed on peripherals and repair services as well as the use of ‘Warranty Void if Broken' stickers. Now, the 30 day limit is just...
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