Hi I am new here and was hoping someone could help answers my questions about dealing with my phone(s). So I have had a Droid X for two or so months now, and the data plan is beginning to get overwhelming. I have however, been a long time Verizon customer, and this year, within a month or two, is my next upgrade. I know since I have an upgrade due and I already have a droid, I can get the latest and greatest model, cheap; say for instance, the DROID Charge, for a discounted upgrade price. Now, I was planning to switch back to a dumb phone this same month cause i couldn't handle it, but then that upgrade idea hit me. So I was thinking... I guess if i wait it out until i get my new phone, I can switch from that new one to a dumb phone and then have two droids at my disposal to sell, perhaps make a pretty penny. I don't know how much of "abusing the system" that is, but I'd like to think I earned that phone, and shouldnt get the possibility of getting a sweet new droid taken away cause I cant handle paying for this same internet plan for another year. that being said, is there anything keeping me from doing what I want to do, to get that phone, sell the two, and walk away with a normal plan the month after? I heard someone say they'd want the phone back if I cancel data plan right after I buy my upgrade; that honestly sounds outlandish... Isn't the phone my physical property after I buy it? The piece doesn't belong to verizon. But outside of that far-fetched idea...what's the catch? Can I do this? are there safeguards set in place that anyone really knows of that would stop just anybody from doing this? I'm not trying to screw the system or anything... I just can't handle the plan for another year, but at the same time don't think I should have to get a quality upgraded spoiled because of it. Thanks a bunch!