I'm honestly starting to get really pissed off at this. I've been wanted the droid since I first heard about it in march, and ordered one as soon as the store in my town allowed me to (April 20th).
It has been over a week since it was suppsoed to ship. First verizon told me it was delayed until the 4th, then on the 4th it was delayed until the 7th. Then they delayed it until the 14, and now the 29th!
The 29th! Are they bloody serious?
What is the hold up. It seems that everyone else has gotten one with no hitches or errors. Are they in that high demand? If so, then why not ship out what they've got in the warehouse?
I'm beginning to wonder if this is a manufactured shortage, like we saw with the Wii, or Pokemon cards. If so, this is a massive dick move on their part...
Does anyone know what is going on with Verizon? Is there an easier way to get this amazing phone? Am I alone here in my issue? All online orders are listed as "Delayed until the 29th" now as well
Just order the phone from Customer Care, they'll connect you to the sales dept, and there ya go. They may say it'll take a week like they told one of my friends, but he got it in 2 days. This was on Monday that I told him to order it. Give it a shot...Good luck in your Incredible Quest..
Device(s): Motorola Droid RAZR, RAZR MAXX HD, Google Nexus 7.
Carrier: Verizon Wireless
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Originally Posted by jamor
If not, let Verizon know your anger and if you get to the right manager you should get it sooner.
yeah, because Verizon has the almighty authority to shat a phone out and mail it. They only sell the product, they don't make the product. If HTC is behind on production, raising whatever stink you want isn't going to hurry things along.
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