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It's good to hear that you found a device that you like and are willing to recommend it, it just not for me.
I have found that over the years that the durability and reliability of the moto devices are second to none. There have been several let downs but overall they can't be beat.
Such is the reason I am holding off and saving up before I go out and drop $700 off contract on a device. I am waiting to see what the build quality is of the "new Motorola" under Google.
It will be interesting to see if that same build quality remains in place.
Never Samsung... Never Again
Burned by the VZW Galaxy Nexus
Had the Galaxy Nexus for several months. Not a horrible phone but seriously under powered with inferior radios. Upgraded to Galaxy S3 then fell in love with Note 2. Have no plans to upgrade again in foreseeable future.
Upgrade is next week and constant rumors of phones comin out near the end of summer or beginning of fall...
I have no clue what I'll be getting. I don't know if I wanna stick with Verizon or what. I don't get good enough coverage to justify paying the enormous monthly bill. Then again, jumping ship to AT&T isn't that big of a change. I just want a quality phone to be released on Verizon when everyone else gets it. I don't think that's too much to ask for. But with the Moto X, Razr Ultra phones, HTC One/Butterfly 2 (or whatever), and Sony, I'm pretty torn. I'm waiting to see what Motorola has to offer before I make any decisions. I'll be sticking with my GNex until after my upgrade date in late July.
More selection of phones on a GSM network would play a huge advantage for me. However, I can't deny the excellent coverage I get in my area and places I visit, along with my unlimited data, so I'll be stealing an upgrade on another line in our plan.
I ended up going with plan D.
Swapped carriers with my Sister( I pay her bill there was no debate) ported her number to my Gnex and my number to T-Mobile and got the Nexus 4.
Contract not up till December did the math I wouldn't had saved much canceling Verizon and paying the termination fee so at least I get to keep the unlimited if I decide to stay.
So Verizon got till the end of the year to announce they will carry the next Nexus phone or a phone I'm interested in or I'm out, tired of paying a car note and can't even get the phone I want. My bill is almost as much as what 2 people pay any other service