RAZR HD & RAZR MAXX HD Available! VZW, Amazon & Wirefly (Wirefly Best Deal)

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    The Verizon Motorola Droid RAZR HD and RAZR MAXX HD are available for purchase now. Over at Verizon Wireless and at Amazon you can pick up each of them for the same price. They have the Droid RAZR HD for $199.99 on contract, and the Droid RAZR MAXX HD for $299.99 on contract. For the best bargain, Wirefly has an amazing deal. You can nab the Droid RAZR HD for only $149.99, and the RAZR MAXX HD for just $199.99. That's right! At Wirefly, you can pick up the Droid RAZR MAXX HD for the same price as the regular Droid RAZR HD from Verizon or Amazon.

    Your friendly neighborhood forum admins have used Wirefly before, and can assure you they are a safe and reputable third party option. They do try hard to up-sell you on accessories and extended warranties, but if you are assertive, you can get past that easily enough. Here's a bunch of links below to help get you guys started. Keep in mind that these links are to the black versions of these phones, so if you want to opt for a different color you will need to click around on the respective website. Enjoy!

    Verizon:
    Motorola Droid RAZR HD = $199.99 On Contract
    Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX HD = $299.99 On Contract

    Amazon:
    Motorola Droid RAZR HD = $199.99 On Contract
    Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX HD = $299.99 On Contract

    Wirefly:
    Motorola Droid RAZR HD = $149.99 On Contract
    Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX HD = $199.99 On Contract
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    Let's Talk has a 15% off promotion going on and like always the prices change based on what you're doing. New or existing and Keeping current plan or moving over to share.

    But 15% off isn't that bad.
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    I'm going to VZW only to look.

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    Good... Now I can wait for another lightly worn clean ESN RAZR MAXX to hit craigslist so I can rip the cameras out of it and use it as a work phone. Swapping a micro sim between side doors in identical phones is a lot easier than tearing my cameraless thunderbolt apart and removing the battery every morning. Hopefully I'll snag one up in the next week or two!
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    not a bad deal but for me looks like ill have to by the phone out right as i dont wanna lose my unlimited data or change my contract :(
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    It looks like the best deal for an off-contract phone is through Verizon's own website.
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    interesting ill have to check it out
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    What's the return policy with this, does anyone know? Do I return directly to VZ or to Wirefly if I don't like the phone? Would I be able to do the ole' switcheroo (upgrading one line then using that phone on my line) to keep my unlimited data? Thanks!
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    I will lose my unlimited if I upgrade?
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    Ordered mine about an hour ago on Wirefly! Expecting a new order on the 22nd on FCFS basis. Sooooooo amped because of the cheaper price (thought I'd have until a price drop)! OG Droid, you have served me well in this, your third year of service.
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    You would return the phone directly to us. And yes, we can process a buddy upgrade for you on your account. Let me know if there is anything else that I can answer for you!
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    If ordering through you, the contract says "keep existing plan." Does that mean we can keep unlimited data? Or does Verizon default that to 2gb?
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