Consumer Council published survey results on computer after-sales service in issue no. 261 Consumer Report


Consumer Council conducted a survey on the after-sales services of personal computer products. Surveyed criteria include terms of warranty, charged items and fees involved within the warranty period, etc. Details of the survey can be found in the latest issue no. 261 Consumer Report. Personal computers, including desktop, tablet, and notebook, have become necessities of many consumers; it is important for consumers not only to compare their prices and functions but also the terms and charged items of different brands of personal computers. The survey on the after-sales services of personal computer products reflects that warranty period, charged items, and fees involved within the warranty period vary quite a lot. Consumers are reminded to pay attention to the scope of after-sales services of different brands of personal computers. The mentioned survey that includes responses from 5 computer brands are featured in issue no. 261 Consumer Report. Results of the 2015 accuracy test of fuel metres at petrol station can be found in issue no. 261 Consumer Report. Two samples of this year’s test do not meet the requirement of the testing standard, which reflects instability of fuel metres and other facilities. The Council has already informed the relevant department and requested the involved petrol station to improve the accuracy of their machines. The latest Consumer Report also includes news from other consumer organizations in the Mainland and overseas. Consumer Report is now available free of charge at the Consumer Council (Av. Horta e Costa, N.º 24-A, Edf. Cheung Heng, R/C), and the service counter of the Council at Macao SAR Government Service Centre (Rua Nova da Areia Preta, Nº52), Public Information Centre at Vicky Plaza, libraries and bookstores. Consumers may also access the magazine online on the Council’s official website (http://www.consumer.gov.mo). Further, Consumer Report now welcomes local secondary school students to submit articles on any topics regarding consumer rights or consumption. Chosen pieces will be published in the magazine with a submission fee. For inquiry, please call 8988 9315.



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