Network Liquidators Announces Lifetime Warranty

Share Article

Network Liquidators changes one year warranty to a lifetime warranty.

Network Liquidators (, one of the nation's largest buyers and sellers of pre-owned networking and telecommunications equipment, has announced that it now offers its end user customers a lifetime warranty with its products, effective Jan. 14, 2008.

Network Liquidator's lifetime warranty begins on the day of shipment. The warranty pledges to keep all Network Liquidators' 5-Star Certified products free from defects as long as the original purchaser maintains ownership or five years from the date a product is discontinued by the original manufacturer, whichever is sooner.

"This new lifetime warranty demonstrates the confidence we have in the quality of our products and our ongoing commitment to exceed our customers expectations every day," says Barry Shevlin, founder and CEO of Network Liquidators.

If the product has been discontinued by a manufacturer, the product will be covered under warranty for five years from the date of purchase. The warranty does not cover software products, key codes, extended warranty or service agreements and special order items. In the past, Network Liquidators had offered a one-year warranty on all merchandise.

Network Liquidators ( is one of the nation's largest sources for the purchase and sale of high quality pre-owned networking and telecommunications equipment from manufacturers such as Cisco Systems, Nortel Networks, Avaya and Polycom. With a trademark of exceptional service and support, Network Liquidators serves more than 12,000 end-user and reseller customers in more than 20 countries and includes a lifetime warranty. The Company assists customers in developing dependable solutions at a reasonable total cost of ownership, as well as converting out-of-service or decommissioned equipment into cash. Founded in 2001, Network Liquidators is based in Oldsmar, Fla. The Company debuted on the Inc. 500 in 2006, and management has driven revenue to more than $40 million in six years.


Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Sandra D'Elosua

Email >