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    Quote Originally Posted by DRad2003

    Exactly. Keep in mind. They will not allow you to insure the phone either. You have to wait for open enrollment and only some phones qualify. You can however get insurance elsewhere. Kind of their way of trying to push people out of unlimited data.
    Open enrollment for insurance always comes around and when it does you have to bring your phone to a store so they can check it for liquid damage or any cracks before it can actually be insured.

    Another thing...you might want to do an account analysis to see exactly how much data you actually use. If its less than 2gb on average for the past 3 months, just doing your upgrade won't be so bad. Plus you save a lot of money on the phone purchase. Wifi does wonders to save your data. Trust me I work at a Verizon retail store and people who use wifi on a daily basis save money on their plans and on the phones over all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DRad2003

    Exactly. Keep in mind. They will not allow you to insure the phone either. You have to wait for open enrollment and only some phones qualify. You can however get insurance elsewhere. Kind of their way of trying to push people out of unlimited data.
    Which is why now I'm debating on just leaving Verizon

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    My iPhone 4S beat an 4 g android during a shopping trip recently. I loaded web pages & found grand kids toys r us wish lists faster. I'm sticking with Verizon.

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    Unlimited data

    Quote Originally Posted by lkpolovchik View Post
    My iPhone 4S beat an 4 g android during a shopping trip recently. I loaded web pages & found grand kids toys r us wish lists faster. I'm sticking with Verizon.
    That should only be true if the android is running the "so called 4g" that carriers like Sprint advertised when it's really just 3G and they're behind in tech
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    When I got m iphone, galaxy nexus, and iphone 4s my insurance transfered over. It was like 2$ more expensive. All phones were used.


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