Verizon has hidden 21 DROID X handsets for you to find

Verizon has hidden 21 DROID X handsets for you to find
How badly do you want a brand new Motorola DROID X? Bad enough to drive across the country armed with clues tweeted to you by Verizon? The carrier has planted 21 certificates, each of which can be exchanged for a brand new DROID X. Big Red has just now got around to posting the contest rules. Each week, the tweets become more and more specific until the final clue-the GPS location of each certificate-is released. An example of a tweet is this actual clue from Verizon: "Droid X designate #5 is near a grassy knoll. Shooting HD." The grassy knoll is a reference to the JFK assassination as is the word "shot". This could mean that the certificate is somewhere near Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Texas. Click on this link for a current list of tweets. For all of the rules and legal fine print, check out the source link and Good Luck!

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source: Verizon via AndroidandMe



1. Caligula

Posts: 20; Member since: Jun 12, 2010

blah blah blah

2. happypowerdemon unregistered

How can you NOT find one? The phone is so big that you can see it from space. You need a backpack to carry it.

3. zfly9

Posts: 17; Member since: Oct 29, 2009

Hidden certificates you idiot.

4. gambino37

Posts: 146; Member since: Oct 16, 2009

The Droid X is almost the same size as the EVO and people went nuts and are still going nuts about that phone. Check yourself dude.


Posts: 147; Member since: Sep 22, 2009

That was funny! Guess #3 and #4 didn't get your humor.

7. Russki

Posts: 45; Member since: Dec 26, 2009

the screen is a lil longer, but same 4.3 inch display, the evo is a little wider


Posts: 34; Member since: Jun 13, 2009

happypowerdemon still holds a grudge against us because his credit sucks and tried to get the droid x but had a 400 dollar deposit and had to go back to metro pos i mean pcs... stfu and make sure you hold your iphone right

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