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Old November 26th, 2009, 07:23 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Honestly, I've been a verizon customer for 10 years and would never pay for insurance to replace a phone that is still under warranty. Ive done this before, and I would suggest it: Call Verizon and complain about the phone. Make something up about it not working. I always say it gets really hot sometimes when using GPS and the screen stops responding. This will only work if its a small hairline crack, if its any bigger than they will probably send the phone back to you because of damage. I've done this with previous phones when they start to get a lot of wear and tear.
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