Motorola Trying To Upstage Nokia Store In Hometown
May 22, 2006, 2:12 PM by (staff)
Motorola could be opening a flagship store in Chicago as early as June 5. A representative from a Michigan Avenue space Motorola is trying to rent claims the company is trying to move into the space as soon as possible and has looked at additional properties on the so called "magnificent mile." If Motorola gets the space in question, the former site of the Terra Museum of American Art, the lease would be guaranteed for 6 months and then continue month to month until the site is demolished to make space for new condominiums. Motorola is reportedly rushing to open the store before Nokia opens its first US flagship store in Chicago later next month. Motorola is based in Schaumburg, a Chicago suburb.
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Do Stores sell unlocked phones?
I hope so. If it means that I have to shell out a few hundred dollars directly to the phone manufacturer so my phone can access WIFI without incurring the expensive phone carriers charges, then I'm all for these stores!!
Chicago Co. but made in China
with all due respect, i think my next phone will be purchased at the Nokia direct store. New Moto's just don't do it for me. That E3 looks pretty nice, but idk
Why a store anyway?
Anyone have any theories as to why they're moving in this direction?