There is some bad news and good news for owners of Peek Classic and Peek Pronto devices. You might have noticed that the device isn’t working properly (to put it mildly) as it has been confirmed that there was a major hiccup when migrating to a new network provider (T-Mobile), resulting in many of the older devices being turned into plastic paperweights. The good news is that the company is taking responsibility for this issue and is offering the new Peek 9 as replacements. So whether you take this as good news or bad news is entirely up to you. Hopefully the Peek wasn’t your only method of checking your email as the company is urging Peek owners to check their email for instructions on how to deal with this.
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