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NON-data Verizon phone

Discussion in 'Archived Threads' started by PressureDrop, May 22, 2011.

  1. PressureDrop

    PressureDrop PressureDrop
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    Yes, a NON- data Verizon phone. I have a spare # that currently has no phone. If I use a BlackBerry or Android, I have to pay for data on it. However if it is a non-data phone, then I pay nothing extra AND I get a spare phone to keep around.

    I want something low tech and good condition (and cheap hehe).

    Who has something they no longer need? The less features the better :D
     



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  2. lordofthereef

    lordofthereef Android Expert

    I'll see if my girlfriend still has an old flip phone. If so, I'll give it up for shipping fees (~$5 I imagine).
     
  3. PressureDrop

    PressureDrop PressureDrop
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    coolio. Thanks!
     
  4. 2manyPHONES

    2manyPHONES Android Expert

    I can also check with my cousin he went from Verizon to Sprint and had a couple phones. If he still has them I can get him to give them up for shipping cost.
     
  5. PressureDrop

    PressureDrop PressureDrop
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    awesome. Thanks!
     
  6. Outlaw.99

    Outlaw.99 Android Enthusiast

    I have the old HTC Touch.. It is a windows mobile ( that has been said to run Android) but was grandfathered and no data required...
     
  7. bart2546

    bart2546 Lurker

    I don't have a phone to provide but I have to try to help. My wife added the second line for the early upgrade ETC you know how it goes. We didn't have a basic/feature phone to place on the line that she wouldn't be using, the agent at the Verizon store just put a "dummy" basic phone on there. No questions, no phone, no buying needed. When you log in it gives you some random model that I've never heard of.

    Just thought I'd try to help because you might even be able to save 5 or 10 bucks if it isn't needed.
     
  8. PressureDrop

    PressureDrop PressureDrop
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    yeah that is where I already am. I got my Thunderbolt for $149.00 as a new device for a new line, then they switched the device over to my existing # and put a dummy for the new #.
    Since I actually have the new # though, I was considering using it for my business and/or just to have around the house for <whatever>.
     
  9. jwoolz48

    jwoolz48 Newbie

    I have an HTC Touch and a Verizon Wireless XV6800. Both are Windows Mobile. The 6800 has a slideout keyboard. ESNs are clean on boht. PM me if interested.
     
  10. PressureDrop

    PressureDrop PressureDrop
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    those are both smartphones are they not?


    I bought a Motorola V750 and it is doing me just fine. Thanks to everyone anyway
     

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