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    Switching phones - back and forth dx to razr maxx

    My wife and I both had the droid x and purchased razr maxx's before the cutoff date to keep unlimited data last june. My wife activated hers when we received them, I never did yet cuz I am a procrastinator. My question is if I activate the maxx now, will I lose unlimited and have to purchase a shared plan? There seems to be contradicting answers on this subject.
    I want to activate the maxx now and switch back to the dx and then I can switch back to the maxx when the ota jb update is released. This way I can transfer everything over to the maxx and be all ready to receive the update when released.
    I just cannot stand ics and my wife hates it too.
    Just worried about losing unlimited.
    Thanks
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    Not 100% for your answer, but I activated an eBay Maxx 2 weeks ago and kept my data.
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    if you dont like ics is jelly bean going to be that much better?

    yes you can switch back and forth as much as you need and wont lose your data, the only thing you would lose is the insurance or extended warranty if you are paying it through verizon

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    Ok thank you for your answers.
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    Yeah, you can switch back and forth as much as you like as long as there both 4G capable phones. Just pop in your SIM card and your good to go. For a long time I was running a Thunderbolt I removed the cameras from for work, and a RAZR MAXX with cameras outside of work. Now I have 2 RAZR MAXX phones (one I pulled the cameras out of for work, and a normal one outside of work) that I swap between.
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    The dx is only 3g and the maxx is 4g, is that ok?
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    It is OK. You will just need to get a 4g SIM card.

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