Existing VZW customers NOT eligible for NE2 and have the Droid?

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  1. jefferson81

    jefferson81 New Member

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    A question for those existing VZW customers not eligible for new every 2 and purchased the droid:

    did you pony up the full retail price or were you able to get a deal?
     
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    I added a new line & paid 199 for mine.
     
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    i called verizon, and they said you can also opt for the annual upgrade, you should check to see what your annual upgrade date is. If you do an annual upgrade, you can then get the phone at the discounted price, and not full retail.
     
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    so since you added a new line you then had to pay for both lines? isnt that alot of money? lol
     
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    9.99 a month for a line i dont need.
     
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    Flip I was paying for VZNav so i look at it as offsetting the 9.99
     
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    Much better than paying retail for it.
     
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    After 10 months on a contract your allowed an annual upgrade. Which in effect lets you sign on for another extended year and gives you the phone for the price that a new customer would get it work.
     
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    i went to my local verizon store and they actually had a promotion still going on this month where they gave me the phone at a new upgrade price. i heard them saying its called and m2 but not 100% sure. the only thing is that i had to buy the bundle package just as a way for them to get some kind of profit. i didnt mind i still got the package and can try an sell them later on. got the phone for 199 and i had just got my storm in march.
     
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    lol its frustrating....if only I had known in September when I joined verizon and got a blackberry they had this The Droid coming !!
     
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    LOL same here!! The 'add a new line' idea is REAL tempting. I'm trying to exercise some self-discipline (for once in my life) and wait till mid December to see what happens between now and then. Anyone else thinking along those lines?
     
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    I paid $155 to cancel my current line and open a new one. I figured after 12 months of service, when I can upgrade again, it would have been $120 for the additional line, plus they told me some jazz about having to upgrade to a family plan. So if it would have only been $10/month I'm only paying $35 more, just doing it up front.