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2 Battery questions....

Discussion in 'HTC ThunderBolt Battery Discussions' started by Kittysback, Oct 14, 2011.

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    Kittysback New Member

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    I bought an 1800 mah on ebay. Seller was a USA seller and has good feedback. Has anyone used one of these batteries, and if so, how are they?

    Another thing... I see that Verizon is now offering a FREE extended battery with the purchase of the TBolt. Will they give us a free one too, being we bought the phone from the start?
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    The ratings on eBay batteries seem to be overinflated, I bought one and didn't notice any difference from the stock one. It never hurts to call up Verizon and ask, let us know!!
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    1. I've never had good luck with aftermarket batteries. After years of screwing around with them, I now only buy batteries that are branded by the phone manufacturer.

    2. I seriously doubt they will make a free battery a retroactive deal.

    The above points are my opinions. YMMV