Verizon extends holiday return period, test drive a smartphone today

Verizon extends holiday return period, test drive a smartphone today
Last January Verizon made waves when they shortened their return policy from 30 days down to 14 ahead of the iPhone 4 launch. There was some speculation that they wanted to limit customer returns of holiday purchases once the Verizon version of the iPhone was announced. In a move that will be more popular with consumers, Verizon has quietly extended their holiday return policy, providing purchasers up until January 16th, 2012 to return a phone.

The extended policy applies to anyone purchasing a phone or accessories between November 15th and December 28th. That makes the holidays a perfect time for Verizon customers to take one of those smartphones you’ve been drooling over for a spin. Returns must be in like-new condition and come with a receipt and the original packaging.

Does this make anyone else more likely to get a phone sooner rather than later, or have you already made up your mind about holiday handset purchases?



source: Verizon via Droid-life

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