General Best Way to get an Incredible

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Liebow27, Jun 7, 2010.

  1. Liebow27

    Liebow27 Well-Known Member
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    I am hoping to purchase this phone a.s.a.p. but i do not have the New Every Two Upgrade option until February of next year. I simply cannot wait that long and go without this amazing device. What is the cheapest way to go about upgrading for full price?
     

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  2. ryknoll3

    ryknoll3 Active Member
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    Check your account. Based on the $$$ you spend each month, your plan may be eligible for an annual upgrade. You get the phone for the new contract pricing and you sign a new 2-yr contract at that point.

    This is how I'm upgrading. I'm not eligible for a NE2 until November, but I AM eligible for a annual upgrade.
     
  3. azgunz

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    you could probably complain about your phone and they will allow you to get the phone at the 2yr contract price (and extend your contract)
     
  4. Liebow27

    Liebow27 Well-Known Member
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    Would you suggest complaining on the phone or in the VZW store?
     
  5. azgunz

    azgunz Well-Known Member
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    I sent them an email in the past about one of my previous phones and they offered to give me $75 off on a LG Dare. In the email I asked if they would give me a full rebate on a dare or send me a dare or something along those lines. Could have been cause I wasnt the primary on our plan

    I would send an email, its just easier to come up with thoughts. Of course it was quite easy for me and I could write a book on the complaints of my current Alias 2. If the email doesn't suffice, just go into the store and do it. be quicker
     
  6. JustinNotJason

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    Also look at it from a business perspective. Has verizon made back all the money they gave up by subsidizing your current phone since you renewed ?

    If they have plus alittle you could make that argument. If they haven't don't expect to get anything. That's the point of ETF's to make up the money they've lost because you ended early on your sub'd phone or to get a portion of what they're losing on the service end.
     
  7. waynester

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    Add a line?
     

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