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Get a free extended battery for your Samsung BlackJack

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This just in from the 'meant to post this but only now got round to it' department... ;)

If you own a Samsung BlackJack on Cingular, you'll be pleased to hear that you are entitled to receive an extended capacity battery, FREE of charge!

From this thread at HowardForums...

Blackjack extended life battery

Overview: Due to the size of the Samsung Blackjack it was designed with a battery that would keep it at its ultra thin look. Because it is a 3G device and has a Windows operating system along with other battery draining features some customers may have experienced a shortened battery life. Samsung and Cingular have worked to produce a bigger battery. There is also a new back cover that looks awesome with the Blackjack. We wanted to make sure that we handle every customer that does have a concern about their Blackjack battery life. Cingular has launched a website that will address the customers concerns and does offer a battery replacement.

  • Extended battery is also available as a free option for customers dissatisfied with battery life
  • At&t is not overtly communicating this option. Should be used on a case-by-case basis.
  • Customer needs to fill out a web form
  • URL is http://www.web-rebates.com/cingular/blackjack
  • Needs IMEI, MIN and shipping address
  • IMEIs between 352794010030189 - 352794012269959 are eligible for this offer
  • Young America will process & fulfill
  • Web site will be live Feb 16th 2007. Fulfillment process may take 2 to 4 weeks due to short supply of extended batteries

Enjoy :D

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i wish all carriers/manufacturers offered free extra batteries!! i could use one for my SLVR and hw6955

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perfect just wha i need thanks for the find!

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This just in from the 'meant to post this but only now got round to it' department... ;)

If you own a Samsung BlackJack on Cingular, you'll be pleased to hear that you are entitled to receive an extended capacity battery, FREE of charge!

From this thread at HowardForums...

Enjoy :D

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