How do I talk to an American at Dell?

How do I talk to an American at Dell?

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For small/medium businesses 1-877-BUY-DELL (1-877-289-3355)
Outlet for Home and Business (Refurbished) 1-888-518-3355

Where are Dell computers made in the USA?

Dell builds its servers in an Austin, TX plant. It used to assemble all of its desktop & laptop computers in the U.S. as well. However, in recent years it’s spread laptop production to several facilities worldwide, from Mexico to Ireland.

What countries is Dell located in?

Dell is organized along geographic lines into the Americas, Asia-Pacific and Japan, and Europe/Middle East/Africa (EMEA). Corporate headquarters is in Round Rock, Texas, which is also the regional headquarters for Dell Americas.

How do I talk to Dell Support?

Contact with Sales Advisor

  1. Chat live. Get all your questions answered for Home and Business Laptops, Desktops, Servers & Electronics and more. Home: Daily – 24/7.
  2. Call. Phone Support. Home: 1-877-717-3355. Business: 1-888-346-2289.
  3. Email Us. Email to a Dell Expert and get response back in 24-48 hrs. Home: Email now.

Does Dell charge for tech support?

This telephone support is a fast and efficient way for Dell to assess a problem and determine with each customer the best and fastest way to resolve this problem. This telephone support will always be provided free of charge. Calls to Dell’s telephone technical support line are charged at local national rates.

Does Microsoft own Dell?

In an unexpected and exciting twist for the PC industry, Dell — pending regulatory and stockholder approval — has been sold to Microsoft, Silver Lake, and Michael Dell himself for $24.4 billion. Michael Dell remains the largest shareholder with 16%, and will continue to run the company.

Are Dell and HP the same company?

Dell, who 32 years ago started a personal computer business from his college dorm room, officially completed his giant $67 billion merger with EMC, a data storage company with interests in software and security. The other half of the old company, which specializes in PC and printer sales, is now called HP Inc.