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Re: [IP] Another pump



I do know that MM has a "trade-in" policy but I wasn't aware of it being
that cheap.  The "trade-in" policy was the option of trading in a "working"
pump for a newer model. -it may apply to "dead" pumps as well.

----- Original Message -----
From: Kerfoot/Riganti <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Sunday, November 07, 1999 8:52 PM
Subject: [IP] Another pump


> I have a question.  Someone who I met recently who is part of the List
> told me that she read on this List, that when one goes to buy a second
> MiniMed pump (after the first dies of old age), that MiniMed offers the
> second (or third, et al.) for only $500???  I certainly do not remember
> hearing this.  I can hardly beleive that this would be so, but would be
> music to the ears of those of us who pay for pumps and supplies
> out-of-pocket.
>
> Janet Riganti
>
>
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