RAZR2 To Be Available Via Most U.S. Carriers
Aug 10, 2007, 1:52 PM by (staff)
updated Jul 28, 2019, 3:44 PM
Today, Motorola announced that most U.S. wireless operators will begin selling the Motorola RAZR2 in the coming weeks. Alltel, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, and Verizon Wireless will all carry versions of the device, which was originally debuted by Motorola in May. Sprint and Verizon Wireless will both be selling the V9m variant for $250 and $300, respectively. It will be available from Sprint's online store beginning August 22, and in Sprint retail stores by September 4. Verizon has not given a firm availability date yet, but said it will be sometime in September. The other U.S. carriers have yet to announce specific pricing and availability, but all plan to offer the device in the near future.
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Price for Sprint
razr 2 be spit hot fire for at&t and sprint
Verizon, why bother?!
1. Full HTML web browser; Which Verizon will disable.
2. POP Email access; Which Verizon will disable. Unless you spend more.
3. Linux-Java; Which Verizon will disable.
4. Full media player; which Verizon limits to their own content.
5. 500+MHz processor; which Verizon will never let you access the content that would make this type of processor worth it.
What is the point?! Verizon offers great phones, with every great featured locked out. I get so sick of Verizon getting cool phones that no other carrier can offer.
At least this phone is coming to Sprint. Not to mention Cingular and T-Mobile. So this time those of us who want full access to content will get to u...
RAZR2 Hands-on Impressions
The one thing I noticed that the Phonescoop review stated was the spring that when you closed it shocked the phone and made it reverberate. This in fact was not the case as it closed with a silky smooth feeling. The size was a little suprising, because the phone was actually bigger than what I expected. It kinda reminded me of a really...
Besides, when has motorola ever overhyped a product that isn't worth what they charge for it? 😉
😲 😲 😲 seems a little pricey to me 😲 😲 😲
What...are we on an episode of MTV Cribs?
That's actually not too bad of a price at all.
No, the RAZR2s do not have the glowing blue stripes of the maxx series.
As a Verizon dealer..
Really, I don't get why it's going to cost 300. Or what you're getting for that.
Finally a decent phone with no exclusive
With reguards to the handset itself, no, I don't intend on getting it, but it does have a very, very impressive feature set though, you gotta admit that!
Personally, I've never used the RAZR for a phone...
Will the GSM/HSDPA version succeed?
My question is:
Could the RAZR2 meet the popularity that the original RAZR did, at least for the GSM and HSDPA versions? I don't think that AT&T will be carrying the RAZR2 V8 as it is not 3G. The V8 may be carried by T-Mobile and SunCom, while AT&T will go for the V9.
Pink Jazz said:
I don't think that AT&T will be carrying the RAZR2 V8 as it is not 3G. The V8 may be carried by T-Mobile and SunCom, while AT&T will go for the V9.
Thank you Captain Obvious. The reason almost every...
Why would you...
You can buy a stinkin iphone for 500 and get WAYYY more out of a phone!
Why hasn't Motorola caught on to this whole number two spot rank... OBVIOUSLY they are overpricing their phones with very little demand for them.
I'm sure alot of people like this RAZR design enough to forget about THE gazillion other phones that are slimmer and lighter and with more features. "Oh please sign me up with another two year contract, with the same lookin phone I've had the past five years.. where the likelyhood of my phone snapping in half is of course close to impossible... only $300, pocket change.."
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RAZR2 differences, carrier to carrier
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seriously type in Motorola Razr and see how many different versions there are... do we really need another one?
Moto says "yes".
But seriously, there isn't really anything groundbreaking. Personally, the Razor Maxx is the only one I am remotely impresse...