Mine was simple, OG was on its last breath, waiting for the GNex for months and no dice yet, so.. head to pick up something to use in the mean time. Verizon not being a good sport, not releasing any information and leaks and rumors drive everyone insane, so having a RAZR in the mean time doe's the trick.
i got the razr thinking i would keep it battery life killed me so i switched for the rezound.. I really like this phone but i do like the idea of giving the nexus a chance.. I bought mine at best buy so 30 days is standard and there is no restocking fee.. I see no reason to ever upgrade at a vzw corporate store.. I mean unless you have no other options..
John 14:6 "Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me."
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I understand the replacement and then a jump to another, better model. If my X was broken, I might get a Rezound or a Razr with intentions of jumping to the Nexus. Thirty five bucks for a few weeks in nothing. I can also understand 'trying' out a rezound and if not like, get another phone. I just don't understand getting (for example) a Razr, knowing you are going to keep it for a few weeks, if you current phone works ok.
Enough said....I guess I'll never understand, and really, who cares if I do.
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I am renting a Razr too. Posted my TBolt for sale and I got a quicker response then I thought I would. So, I needed a phone to fill the gap. The dude ended up backing out of the deal, so essentially it was all for nothing :-/ Otherwise I probably would have held on to my TBolt. Renting a phone is stressful!! I am constantly worrying about it lol
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