Despite still having a few months left on my Verizon contract, I have purchased a Nexus 4 and plan on sticking my Droid Charge in a closet somewhere ASAP. The Charge was an OK phone but it's definitely showing it's age nowadays, being completely infuriatingly slow when web browsing and doing...
My contract with Verizon is up and I'm allowed to get a discounted phone. However, I don't want to change my plan (I have an unlimited data plan). Is there any way to get an upgrade on a phone and NOT have to pay the full price of about ~$550 for a new phone?
And what would you guys recommend for a new phone? I am using a Thunderbolt now, and like high-end phones.
It looks like someone from Verizon support let the cat out of the bag a little early on Twitter. Yesterday a Tweet was sent out to a customer about an option to get 6GB of data for $30. This deal appears to be aimed at customers that still have unlimited data and are reluctant to drop it by paying for a new phone on contract.
I currently have the Huawei AT&T Fusion 2 phone, running on a $25.00 a month GoPhone plan. It has unlimited texting and 250 minutes of calling. No data, but I can use the smart technologies while on Wi-Fi. My dad will pay no more than $25 a month for a phone plan. He said that the HTC One now sold for $100 without a contract. I want to buy the phone and then connect it to a service.
I have a retail version of Razr M on Verizon in US. The phone is currently running an unrooted stock version of ICS (4.0.4). I am using this phone for corporate email, which requires client certificates for authentication. When Verizon JB OTA was released, I installed it on my phone and immediately lost access to my corporate email due to an Android bug in JB (Android issue 34577).
hey guys I'm new here but I am looking for some advice. I used to work for a company that did customer service for verizon, went through the original droid release and then up till about a year ago. I really liked the Droid Razr Maxx, but I also liked the Palm OS as well.
Because of where I live I need to get ATT, I live next too/near a Verizon dead spot.