Motorola RAZR now available from Rogers for $149.99 with 3-year contract
0. phoneArena posted on 07 Nov 2011, 14:34
While Verizon customers wait for the meaningful 11:11am 11/11 launch for the Motorola DROID RAZR, the GSM version for non-U.S. carriers, the Motorola RAZR, is now available from Canadian carrier Rogers for just $149.99 with a 3 year contract...
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1. HTCiscool posted on 07 Nov 2011, 15:06 1 1
In know this isn't on topic, but does anyone know what happened to the Sony Tablet P? I know I'm not the only one waiting for it.
Nice bargain! but 3 years :(
It will be obsolete this time next year.
2. davecann2 posted on 07 Nov 2011, 15:59 0 0
Tell me about it! I cant imagin agreeing to a three year contract! That is just ridiculous!
6. iankellogg posted on 07 Nov 2011, 17:44 0 0
They have 1 and 2 year agreements on most carriers but the phone price jumps to like $400 on 2 year and $500 for 1 year.
3. vette21man posted on 07 Nov 2011, 16:09 0 0
Please Please Please USA, don't EVER adopt a 3yr subsidization schedule.
Mobile market moves WAY too fast to be stuck with a 3yr old device.
4. jdrevolution posted on 07 Nov 2011, 16:23 0 0
I'm kind of curious how that works, because in the U.S. it's a 2-yr contract but often times upgrade eligibilties come up again before the contract actually ends (thus never giving the customer a chance to actually be out of contract). So with a 3-yr contract, is the upgrade date at the end of the 3 years or before then?
That way, people wouldn't have to wait 3 years and Rogers would constantly be having people in contract.
5. toaster posted on 07 Nov 2011, 16:58 0 0
The HUP date falls 2 years after you sign your contract.
3 year contracts blow and I wish the Great White North would move with the times. ):
9. btbotimtim posted on 08 Nov 2011, 04:03 0 0
US should offer 18-month contracts like other EU countries.
10. toaster posted on 08 Nov 2011, 19:25 0 0
My next phone. Is Canada seriously the only country that does 3-year contracts? And here you guys in America are complaining...