Wednesday, July 18, 2007

SunRocket Users May Lose Service and Payments - New York Times

Not your typical phone company... 

Telephone service could be lost for more than 200,000 customers of SunRocket, an Internet telephone company that said on Tuesday that it had gone out of business, according to a person involved in its liquidation.

The customers also could lose money paid in advance to SunRocket, which offered unlimited telephone service for a year for an upfront payment of $199, said Martin D. Pichinson, co-founder of Sherwood Partners, which signed a contract on Tuesday to handle the distribution of assets to creditors.

SunRocket Users May Lose Service and Payments - New York Times

1 comment:

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