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Decided not to get the RAZR

Discussion in 'Droid RAZR' started by SeattleUser, Jun 27, 2012.

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    I'm going to keep my Cosmos Touch because it's easier to carry and I really don't need a smart phone. My wife, who has a Droid X, decided to get one though. She really liked it. She has the unlimited data plan so she has to do the deed today. We might set up her old Droid as a 3rd phone if she decides to keep the RAZR. I would then carry the old Droid in my brief case and just use it for web surfing. Activating an existing phone would cost a lot less than buying a new smart phone to replace my dumb phone that serves me well.
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    Be careful if you activate that old phone after today or later tomorrow whenever they make the cut off they might switch your plan. Technically that would be a plan change, since they charge 30 for the regular phones now.