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Verizon Launches Pink RAZR

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Jan 27, 2006, 2:00 PM   by (staff)

Verizon today has launched a pastel pink version of the RAZR v3c. Other than the color, this version is exactly the same as the silver v3c launched last month, however it will launch for $50 more than the original. The phone is not a bright pink like the T-Mobile "magenta" edition, it is a much softer pastel color. On the GSM version, Motorola has taken advantage of the RAZR's easily colored metal skin, anodizing it black, bright pink, and blue in addition to the standard silver.

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Apr 30, 2006, 12:24 AM

You can get your pink RAZR V3 and V3c here

If you're on a Cingular or T-Mobile network, then you need to look here before you get the pink razr. »

If you're on Verizon network, then visit here ... »

Choose any urls above if you not on any of the three cellular networks. Shocked Shocked

Jan 27, 2006, 2:21 PM

Pink is $50 More

The Pink is $50 more than the grey.. why? Only diff is the pink paint.

Its not nice to fleece the chicks who'll buy this phone. Sad
SystemShock said:
The Pink is $50 more than the grey.. why? Only diff is the pink paint.

Its not nice to fleece the chicks who'll buy this phone. Sad

Why? Chicks fleece us. Ba-DA-dum.
I will "fleece" them all night long. Shocked Surprised Wink
That is a lot of pink spray paint they have to recoup the cost someway. We are the King of wireless we can use whatever retarded logic we wish Smile Atleast its not painful to look at like the T-mobile one.
SystemShock said:
The Pink is $50 more than the grey.. why?

why not?

Jan 27, 2006, 9:29 PM

Does anyone know if Cingular is going to get the Pink RAZR?

I work for the company & my wife wants one in pink - but I don't want to pay $300+ for an unlocked one on ebay. Has anyone heard if Cingular will be offering it anytime soon? Maybe before Valentine's day?
The Magic 8-Ball says "maybe".
come on you cheap azz just buy it for her. isnt she worth it? or do you have to get her permission to spend money
Very Happy YES we will get it. comes Valentine's comes the pink Razr. but not the magenta pink from t-mobile, it will be a bubble gum pink. Other downfall is that there will be only limited quanities available, so call you Cingular store and reserve one!
Cingular will be getting a "rose" colored RAZR special for valentines day. There will only be a limited amount. They are supposed to cost $199.99 on a 2-year contract. They will not be available after the original stock is gone!!

Jan 28, 2006, 5:26 PM

Just proof that women will always cost you more $$....

No offense, ladies, but it's true.

At least, in this instance, it isn't their fault! Very Happy
there.....fixed......I can see more than just prissy girls wanting a pastel pink razr

Jan 27, 2006, 11:41 PM

Who cares............

Rolling Eyes The RZR is an old phone...........
Dude, every phone is an old phone by the time it makes it's way to an American carrier.

Jan 27, 2006, 2:30 PM


What are they talking about there's no difference in price?!?!? The pink razr for Verizon is $50 more than the grey one. Check out Verizon's website.
yah its 50 bucks more, but im sure it will go down. Smile

Jan 27, 2006, 4:34 PM

You know, what they should do...

Is dump the V3c, make the pink V3c the primary model, sell it at the lower price point, reintroduce a V3ci that's a darker silver, sell it for $50 more. They'll ooze out an additional $50 out of their primary user base per new phone.

That would be the Verizon/Moto I know and love! :rolls eyes:
eric Lin

Jan 27, 2006, 2:56 PM

we will correct the price issue.

at first glance, i didn't catch the price difference. thanks for pointing that out guys.
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