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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by thisisnascar, May 2, 2012.

  1. thisisnascar

    thisisnascar Well-Known Member
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    I'm new to Android and purchased a new Motorola RAZR MAXX on Monday. I choose the MAXX because of the larger battery. This being my 1st ever smartphone, allowed me to pick based on my wants and likes, as opposed to being torn between operating systems. I've read much of the good (and bad) about this phone, but choose to own it nevertheless.

    I hope I won't regret that decision :).

    I'm now in that state of indecision as to whether or not I should get the insurance. I was told I have a $7 per month option and an option to pay $100 for 2-years. I'm not sure what, if anything, to do. I somewhat like the idea of the insurance, in case one of my grand-daughters decides to drop the phone on the ground, throw it into the bathtub, etc.

    I just ordered The Body Glove Flex case for it. I've been use the body glove brand on my LG Cosmos, with great success.
     

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  2. DonB

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    Welcome to AF, well I am not one that cares much for insurance, but the is simply MO, most phones already come with a one year warranty, and if your phone were to break, then i guess you would have an issue, but using a case on it will go a long way.
     

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