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Farewell iOcean it was beautiful



As you know sometimes business is not going in the direction you want, so I think the same situation is also with Chinese company iOcean. Because in the last few months they practically did nothing new, also they have promised on their Facebook page that they will return but until now nothing happened. In other words they are completely inactive in all areas. If you go to their official website you will see unfortunately blank page which says: Server not found.

I can’t for sure say but I think that the iOcean company has stopped working. I must say that this company was my favorite and I am very disappointed because of that. They really had high quality smartphones like iOcean X8 which was also my favorite because of elegant design and powerful hardwaredesign.

Farewell iOcean 🙁

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  1. Aram Paronikyan

    Dec 15, 2015 at 12:52

    Yes, it seems IOcean is down now. Somewhere in October their web site was working fine. Suddenly, I noticed that is redirecting to a different domain. And finally some weeks ago the server completely discontinued. I think this kind of disappearing is possible in China. I remember Dorado phones. The whole information disappeared instantly from Internet after clarification of Dorado phones being too radioactive.

    • johnny

      Dec 15, 2015 at 13:21

      Yes, it is too bad for iOcean fans. Thank you Aram 🙂

  2. Karen

    Jan 28, 2016 at 01:57

    It downright stinks! Promises galore and no follow through. Can’t even get a replacement battery for my ROCK!

    There are scumbags all over the place taking money for non-existant stock though.

    Anyone know how to get a new battery for the ROCK 6752? I wanted the new, larger one as the one that came with the phone is not equipped to handle the phone BUT I love the phone.

    USB is a hack job on them though…not that feedback matters to them.

    So, I ocean SUNK! Wonder where they will resurface? Need to know so as to avoid them.

    They really did well with the products (except for the battery and port) but didn’t follow the fundamentals of Business 101….too rapid in growth results in dishonoring customers by leaving them ashore to dry out and shrivel.

    • johnny

      Jan 28, 2016 at 17:03

      I am sorry to hear that Karen 🙁

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