I hope this question is appropriate for this thread.
I just got a Droid last week on April 16th. The new Droid Incredible is coming out on April 29th. Since I haven't (will not have had?) my phone for the 30 day satisfaction period, will I be able to return it and in exchange get the Droid Incredible and only have to pay the restocking fee ($35 IIRC)? If I can, I assume I will need all original boxes and equipment (i tore the part of the box off that had the UPC but I haven't mailed it yet and I still have the rest of the box...would that be a problem?). I also got the home dock in the accessories bundle...will I be able to return that as well for a Droid Incredible dock, assuming there will be one on launch day? Will I still be able to do the MIR with the UPC from the Incredible or can I go ahead and mail it in now?
Last edited by cdailey; 04-21-2010 at 07:54 PM.
Will Verizon replace my Droid.........Recently I've noticed when my phone vibrates it's not the firm vibration anymore. Now whenever it vibrates it sounds and feels like something is loose. So can I walk into a VZW store and say YO.....This thing is vibrating funny like something is loose, have them look at it and then replace it with a new one. I mean the difference in vibration is very noticable. The damn thing rattles. I know when I had my Dare my screen was acting funny and they gave me a new phone.
I've got a quick question regrading phone activation. I've preordered the Incredible by phone to be delivered the 29th. I used the upgrade from my secondary line to get the discount on the phone, but the Incredible will actually be replacing my primary line phone. I'm hearing some conflicting information about activation. Some are saying it must be activated on the second line and then transferred over to the primary line. Then the secondary phone being shifted back to its regular position. I know I used to be able to switch the phone serial numbers and such online but don't see that now. What's going to be the best way to activate the new phone and make sure it gets applied to the right line and that the contract is activated correctly to avoid extra charges on the phone?
There is no deductible for phones covered by warranty.
You would only pay verizon $50 if there was damage to the phone not covered by the warranty or the warranty had expired. To eliminate the confusion though, both of these options have been discontinued.
12 month warranty for the original owner only. If troubleshooting finds an issue that is covered and the phone isn't otherwise damaged, your phone can be replaced.