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    slowtorola

    I've been a droid owner since the beginning and I have to admit that I've about had it with these long dragged out updates!!!! Gotta be the worst of them all!!!
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    Here it is a few days into March, and no jelly bean yet. What a freaking joke. Couldn't agree with you more about slowtorola. Getting fed up with these jokers. Even my Motorola wireless router/modem is a piece of junk. This will be my last Motorola device ever.
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    The RAZR/Maxx are older devices are far as moto is concerned. The fact that they are even still bothering to upgrade it says something. They also said by the end of Q1, so they are not late.



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    Easy now...

    At least they still update. Would you rather they rushed updates out and then you are hear complaining about crapola or would you rather they not updte our phones at all and you have to buy a newer one just to get the latest and greatest?

    Take a deep breath..... gooosfraba.....

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    Hey all I'm saying is that other companies seem to update devices at a much faster rate with no problems
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    Could it be perhaps the money hungry scum bags at Verizon that are the cause of this? I used to just pay extra to be able to upgrade after 1 year. Remember that? Because let's be honest, phones are pretty much outdated after 6 months. Then they just decided to do away with that. So then, they said they could upgrade me after a year of my new contract if I was the primary person on me and my wife's account. Just called the other day, and apparently they no longer honor that. So, I'm back and forth on who's to blame here. If verizon wasn't such a joke, we might be able to get a new phone in a decent amount of time, and maybe if Motorola would update their phones more often we could deal with these issues like ICS. Yeah, yeah this is still ranting, but if Verizon didn't have the best coverage in my area, I would dump them in a second. And I've been with them since '02.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NWRULES View Post
    Yeah, yeah this is still ranting, but if Verizon didn't have the best coverage in my area, I would dump them in a second. And I've been with them since '02.
    Even if AT&T had similar coverage, their upgrade policies are no better. I understand the desire to upgrade more frequently. But I also understand why the phone companies are only willing to give you a $600 device for $200 every two years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeneralZod View Post
    Even if AT&T had similar coverage, their upgrade policies are no better. I understand the desire to upgrade more frequently. But I also understand why the phone companies are only willing to give you a $600 device for $200 every two years.
    They would probably be more willing to allow you to upgrade sooner if you were willing to pay $400 or $500 for your phone, but then people would complain about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cybertj.2000 View Post
    They would probably be more willing to allow you to upgrade sooner if you were willing to pay $400 or $500 for your phone, but then people would complain about that.
    And once you're willing to pay $500, you can just go buy one without the contract.
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