Verizon Changes CLNR Program, Prepares To Charge You For Device Blemishes??

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  1. freezyfreaky

    freezyfreaky Member

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    Read on Droid-Life that there is a rumor that there will be changes to the CLNR program. Hope it's not true.

    Verizon Changes Certified Like-New Replacement Program, Prepares to Charge You for Device Blemishes? - Droid Life: A Droid Community Blog
     
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    Dayumm

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    Well this is somewhat of a joke.....

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    Sounds like an April Fool's Joke to me. If it isn't, then they better start having better quality control over CLNR phones. I had an issue with my D1 and I got no less than 4 CLNR phones. I finally gave up and just kept my original, after working on it for the month these replacements took, I finally fixed the problem. Those phones were so horrible, sliders so loose it wouldn't stay closed, static in the ear piece so bad I couldn't hear the other person, keyboard coming off, big old scratch down the middle of the screen. Totally not acceptable as a CLNR device.
     
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