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  1. Kelvarr

    Kelvarr New Member This Topic's Starter

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    I would like to buy a phone. 1) Motorola Droid Pro

    I would like to pay between $100-$150, preferrably more on lower end of that scale.

    Pipe Dream? I hope not...Let me know what you have!

    I know I am new here, so here is some references from other forums:

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    Kelvarr New Member This Topic's Starter

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    I found a Fascinate locally. Still looking for a Droid Pro.
     
  4. JoePT

    JoePT Well-Known Member

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    Definitely a pipe dream. You will not find a D-Pro for $150 that's not in rough shape/with a bad ESN.
     
  5. Kelvarr

    Kelvarr New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Just out of curiosity, why? I've seen both Fascinates and X's go for that rate...why is the Pro more expensive, when it is cheaper (well, it was cheaper for a while) than either of those?
     
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    The Droid Pro is a bit harder to find on the used market than the X or the Fascinate. It's either that they really didn't sell all that many or that people who bought them are keeping them. I think it's probably a little of both. Scarcity definitely keeps the prices up a bit. It's also newer than the X or the Fascinate. Unless a phone is total crap, age matters. A newer phone is more likely to be in a better shape all around and have a longer life to someone buying it used. The global capabilities also make it more attractive to many, increasing the value (especially if it's been SIM unlocked). Neither the X or the Fascinate have that. The import market for a Droid Pro that's been SIM unlocked can fetch rather high prices (although that's starting to change with the release of the Motorola Pro in some places in Europe).

    $100 - $150 for one in good shape is definitely going to be tough to come by unless someone is pretty desperate. $200 - $250 is much more likely. Good luck with your search. It's a fantastic phone that was made all the better by the recent system update.
     
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  7. JoePT

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    Couldn't have said it better myself.
     

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