I would like to upgrade, but Verizon put the $9.99 data plan on most of the non entry level phones. I don't want a bare bones phone, so I'll hold on to my older unit and save $239.76 until they get their s*** together.
(Posts: 278; Member since: 21 Aug 2010)
this is something that is not going to go away. it is here to stay. infact, there is a plan to bump it up to a $14.99 data plan minimum for multimedia phones. this coming from the tiered data plans they have in the works.
I have heard that you can have added per it being mandatory for three months and then cancel it after that, as long as you put a full data block on your account, which would make the phone useless for anything other than text and calling. not even pic/video messages would be allowed through. (this is what we were able to do with my younger borthers phone, a samsung rogue)
If they do that, I'll' go to a pre pay!
(Posts: 24; Member since: 02 Nov 2009)
No, you could not have been more wrong. Verizon is about to release 2 new phones that will not require a data plan. They both have 3G and an upgraded camera. One will replace the LG EnV3.
I know about the LG VX 8370,which Verizon should have soon. Is it the Cosmos 2 or the Octane?
we change phones less often because most of us are tied down by a contract from the company
we could change phones more often if we buy it unlock or straight out... but that would cost more
if phone companies are willing to lower the contract years, we will change phones more often =D
funny how this only counts for US people..NOT europe..ask them over there and things r totally different
How different is it in Europe? Change to new phone more often or less often than before?
In Europe, people buy their phones outright at full retail, but pay less per month on service. People buy new phones when they want to. I'm on month to month with Verizon, and would actually consider this in my case. I'm not going to buy a refurbished Motorola Entice from Walmart for $240, but would consider this is the phone was right.
Survey reveals that people are changing their phones with the slowest pace on record