Dell Corporate Office Headquarters

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1 Dell Way Round Rock, TX 78682
Phone: (512)338-4400
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Company Overview

Dell Inc. is the popular multinational technology company in America. Headquarter of this organization is in Dell Way, near Round Rock in Texas, US. The company at a time sell, repairs and develops computer (and similar other) services and products. It has been named after the company's founder father Mr. Michael Dell. Dell is now world's largest technology corporation that employs near about 103,300 people across the world. In Fortune 500 list, the company is holding 44th position. After Lenovo and HP, this company is known as the third largest vendor of world class PCs and in Texas it is the 6th largest company.



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  • By jennifer call - Posted on: September 6, 2013

    I've spent over two hours speaking to a bunch of foreigners and my problem is unresolved. I was transferred 4 times.I'm furious. WHY NOT HIRE PEOPLE WHO ACTUALLY SPEAK AND UNDERSTAND.

  • By Phillis Williams - Posted on: September 5, 2013

    Dell has the worst customer service, I purchased a Dell XPS10 tablet a month ago it is still under warranty. I dropped my tablet and cracked the screen, after speaking with 6 different people that couldn't speak English well and being told that they will replace my tablet, they discovered that I did not have the type of warranty that would replace my tablet. I will never ever purchase anything else from Dell. You all suck in a major kind of way.

  • By Khalid Abdulqaadir - Posted on: August 9, 2013

    I haver a small business and will be traveling between countries soon. I ordered a Dell laptop to use as by new business PC while traveling. There was a mistake made on my order during manufacturing, and the specified delivery date changed to a week later. Problem is I wont be in this country a week later. Called customer service (outsourced to the Philippines), and one of the agents just hung up on me. I call again and agian all over Asia and can't speak to anyone US based. My product will be shipped to one country at which point I will have to get it picked up (by who? an unknown National I guess) and express mailed 8,000 kiles away. This will cost about....the price I paid for the laptop. DELL spells "never again"! Just look at these similar reviews above. Shame on you Dell!

  • By Mike Tamberella - Posted on: July 24, 2013

    I give Dell Customer Service a one star rating only because there is no lower designation. It is virtually impossible to speak to a live person. Trying to navigate the maze of prompts puts you in a circular spin of computer generated options that is nearly impossible to break free. These prompts kept me in the que for over 15 minutes. It is extremely frustrating when all you have is a billing question. If I never have to call Dell again, it will be too soon. The best way to escape is to never buy a Dell product again. When I fiaally reached a live person, the problem was resolved. I asked that a supervisor contact me about the lack of customer service and was told that one would contact me within 24 hrs. This has not happened.

  • By Debra Canaday - Posted on: June 26, 2013

    I am less than pleased with my Dell experience. I work for an a mid-sized business in Cheyenne, Wyoming. We have all dell computers and lap tops in the clinic. I recently purchased dell wireless printer for three of us in the front desk area of a very busy medical office after talking to your sales staff, letting them know my needs and what they would suggest I purchase. The Clinic purchased a C1660W wireless color printer for three of our front desk staff, Medical Records, Phone Receptionist, and myself - front desk supervisor. The first printer started having problems the middle of May, after several failed attempts at getting it to work I finally had to get ugly and demand a new printer be sent within 24-hours, which was done. It took two weeks to get back up and running and t is a refurbished printer which three weeks later is doing exactly the same thing the first one did. I again called, oh by the way the customer service staff speaks VERY poor English and trust me I do not speak whatever the language is in the Phillipines. Again, with the long drawn out process of determining the thing is broken, which I knew from my experience 4 weeks ago, was we have a broken printer. I asked that this be replaced with a new printer and of course they cannot must be a refurbished printer, we have a warranty until November of 2013, by which time I will be ready to drop kick this printer out the front door if this is what I can expect for the next 5 months I can assure you I will be looking at HP for a printer to replace this Dell printer. If you are going to take over the world of computers you might want to start with 1.) better customer service, English speaking would be nice. Your customer service employees have no clue what GOOD customer service is. I have worked in customer service in one form or another for 40+ years, and your foreign based group are the worst! You may think your saving money, but unless something amazing happens it is not likely I will ever buy dell again at work or home.

  • By Jacob - Posted on: June 17, 2013

    You know the service will be bad after your receive your Dell Computer when you cannot get the sales to even place your order. I will never purchase another Dell Computer!!!!!!!

  • By John M. Johanson - Posted on: May 29, 2013

    I've tried my best to find an e-mail address for the corporate officers of Dell but to no success. I have owned several desk type and lap-top Del's for many years. I have recently purchased a inspiron desk-top to replace one that was seven yrs old. This one has the Window's 8 program and I just want to go on record to say that it is one of the most unfortunate purchases I have made in my 90 years. After serving in WW II I was introduced to Dell by a friend and have been completely satisfied to date; however, I strongly suggest that Dell finds a new soft ware program to replace it and make it available to any person [especially older people] who might need it.




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