apple support numbers

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    dennisfcampbell New Member

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    having just purchased the new 21.5 i mac called the apple support line for india and got people who didnt know the difference btw. EXE., APP. and executable files.. it is just a call center reading scripted responses... no intuitive tech knowledge....accepted... figure ill call the U.S. support however one cannot call the us by phone if it is an 800 number....so i try to chat with apple to get an non 800 number and due to my being in india they refer me to the call center so what i need is a non 800 number for apple so i can contact them with the issues of my new machine ....................any suggestions or assistance will be appreciated
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    thanks for the effort ! i guess i wasnt clear, im trying to find a number a non 800 in the U.S. not retail outlets....ive already called the support system here in India, the call center is the only number for new purchase support.............
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    Cory Cooper Moderator

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    Hello.

    -Have you tried a text chat with Apple: Contact Apple Support?
    -What kind of issue are you having - maybe we can help you?

    BTW - I deleted your duplicate post...

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    Cory Cooper, Jun 7, 2016
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