Disregard of busines user need for speedy reapir of broken ip6. Told to call in the morning and wait in line for how long, they had no idea, alternate wait five days for appointment. when told staff this was not a game play phone, that I had to have a working phone as part of a contract to be on call for medical emergency they just said everyone must take thier turn.
So as a registered business customer, having always bought my phones from Apple Grand Arcade, and having responsibility for life/death responce by phone, I have to wait five days for a phone fix, as others take precidence. So I bought a non apple phone. The staff said they were sorry, but the smile they gave told a dfferent storey, they were pleased to have been able to "prove they were right" it was the smirk on bopth the staff faces that gave them away. They also refused to put my iphone in the bin as I asked them to.
Big shopping mall in the very heart of Cambridge. You can find a huge selection of shops (Tiger, Office, Carphone Warehouse, SportsDirect, Game, etc), brands (Levi's, Hollister, Vans, etc) and good coffees (Starbucks, Costa, Jamaican Blue). The Apple store is here as well. At the first floor the central Library is always crowed.
Grand Arcade is a shopping centre with many high end stores. The shopping centre is rather spacious with a diverse range of stores. Be warned that the parking in the adjacent parking spaces is very, very expensive, so you'd rather use a Park & Ride.
Great array of high end shops in a great shopping centre.
Parking on the high side, but there are lots of alternative places to park around the centre that are cheaper but not as convenient.
Main department store is John Lewis.
We always base ourselves out of the Grand Arcade when we come shopping, as it's easily the most central place to come and park.
That said, the parking is VERY expensive, so be forewarned.
A good selection of the more premium shops including John Lewis are here.
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