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Verizon Holiday Return Policy - Just for Hardware or Contract, too?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by creosote, Jan 2, 2010.

  1. creosote

    creosote Lurker
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    I am probably going to return my Droid, just wondering if I have the option to go back to my original contract as well (past the 30 days, but within the holiday period)...

    The only reason I would is if I can get a Nexus One on a family plan, which does not seem possible right now, but maybe on Jan 15th-ish, when T-Mobile starts selling it directly...


  2. CRPercodani

    CRPercodani OFWGKTA

    When you say original contract do you mean with verizon or tmobile? If it is with verizon they might let you slide, but if it isn't with them then you will probably have to pay a ETF, but you would be able to keep the DROID and ebay it.
  3. creosote

    creosote Lurker
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    I know I can take my droid back until the 14th. My original Verizon contract was up in Feb, which I renewed to get the Droid.
  4. CRPercodani

    CRPercodani OFWGKTA

    Hmmm, that is a tricky one. Might have to talk to a verizon employee to get a better answer. The Nexus One won't work on Verizon at all though, you know that right?
  5. creosote

    creosote Lurker
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    Right, which is why I'd like to "return" the verizon contract and move to T-mobile. My question is basically if the holiday return period is a full extension of the normal 30-days or if it only applies to phones.
  6. mcbtrain929

    mcbtrain929 Android Expert

    i'm pretty damn sure its for hardware and contract. at least, that's what i've been banking on when i bought my eris on nov 15th. i plan on returning my eris in the next week or so and switching to tmo for the nexus one. i live in a big city (chicago), and don't travel much, so tmo is just fine with me.
  7. creosote

    creosote Lurker
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    Took my droid back today :(... and the holiday policy is for both hardware and contrcat... come feb 13th I'm a free agent :)
  8. kraze0g

    kraze0g Android Enthusiast

    ouch, i used to have tmobile and i live close to downtown and its horrendous in terms of speeds and cut outs. wouldn't switch outta verizon for the world.
  9. SamMax

    SamMax Android Expert

  10. creosote

    creosote Lurker
    Thread Starter

    well, I may go back depending on the phone choice in Feb, but thanks for your input I guess (I don't live in IL or IN, though)

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