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# 261809 16-Dec-2019 14:35
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has anyone ever had the displeasure of dealing with Kogan Mobile NZ?

 

It seems part of their business model must be to frustrate customers, make them give up, and steal their money...

 

 

 

Ordered a $4.90 SIM card to get their 32GB deal in October

 

SIM card never arrived

 

contacted their support team over koganmobile.co.nz (only option)

 

support team doesn't deal with order problems, only problems with activated SIM card

 

support team tells me to logon to my account, and click the support option beside my order

 

logon to my Kogan account, find my order, click support, redirects me back to same web page

 

try again a few times, same result

 

refresh web page, order disappared

 

logoff Koganmobile.co.nz account, log back in, account doesn't exist

 

request password reset, account doesn't exist

 

 

 

I can feel my IQ slipping away from me as I try to deal with their South Asian based support team, who are absolutely not empowered to solve customer problems whatsoever

 

 

 

 


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  # 2376623 16-Dec-2019 20:59
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I have a few friends on it they seem happy so far.

Not getting the card sounds like a scenario Kogan didn't anticipate. Twitter or Facebook perhaps.

Personally I'd spend another $4.90 if that's an option.

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  # 2387658 8-Jan-2020 21:59
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Coincidence?

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