Where to get new phone?

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  1. dewagator

    dewagator New Member

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    Our Verizon OG Droids are ready to upgrade and I was wondering where is the best place to get a new phone. Anyone have any places they get their phone other than Big Red and how are prices/ service? Thanks!
     
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    I like Best Buy because I can use my card and get months of no interest to pay the phone off! Other options for lower prices (online) are Amazon, Wirefly and I think Let'stalk.
     
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    dezymond Tech Support Mod
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    Amazon, Best Buy, Wirefly, etc. Bunch of places where you can get your upgrade. Just search around for the best price.
     
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    If you don't have to have brand new, and want to hold on to your upgrade, check out Swappa.com as well.
     
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    I am a fan of Best Buy for the same reasons as tgyberg. And I don't know if the policies have changed or not (you would need to find out) but they used to price guarantee their phones. 2 weeks after I bought my Droid 1 they lowered the price $50 so I cashed in.