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one of these should work.
Hey Verizon employees!
I have a question regarding my Motorola Droid. I purchased it in January of 2010 and the warranty is still in effect. Just recently, I noticed that the lock button has stopped clicking and has become quite hard to use.
With the news of D1 officially being out of stock and erased from the inventory, what are the odds of me getting a refurbed D1 phone? Also, what would my options be? - DX, DI, or the Ally (eww)?
I got two droids in June not knowing that this phone was not up to par to the droid x or the incredible. I payed the same amount for this phone that the droid x is selling for and I think I pretty much lost my money. I want to get a newer phone like the x or incredible since i did pay the same price they sell for and i was wondering how i can do that. The droid will not run Android 3.0 and it wont compete with the newer phones so for the next two years I'm stuck on a phone that doesn't compete and will not be supported anymore. The sales rep told me this phone could compete but the truth is it won't now that I actually compared them.
OK so my wife eligible for a new every 2 upgrade and her contract ends 9/30/2010. I noticed on Verizon's website that there is an option to Transfer the upgrade eligibility to another line. Could I Transfer her upgrade to my line, use it and her contract still end on 9/30/2010. I know anytime you upgrade it requires a new 2 yr agreement... However how does that work when transferring upgrade eligibility. I have the Moto Droid and I'm interested in getting the Droid 2 or Droid X.... My wife is wanting to side with the enemy and get an iPhone 4
What that means when you do an upgradetransfer is that the line that has the upgrade gets the 2 yr contract but the phone gets put on which ever line you want.
Its called an alternate upgrade.