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My opinion although noone may care..just gettin this off my chest


Dec 22, 2005, 9:23 PM
Look im not hatin on anybody or the phone. i have the phone and completely love it. But everybody looks for this one object thats going to fullfill all their needs but it just cant happen. Unless it comes to something stupid like a lag or loose pieces thats just careless crap. BUt otherwise, if u really dont like it, dont get it or try and work around like in this case going to alltell. Or you could just not buy the phone and wait for some new phones to come out in 06. Just my thoughts. Thanks

Dec 22, 2005, 9:29 PM

That's what I've been saying. Everyone thinks this phone should be able to take calls and make dinner too.

Weigh the benefits and if it doesn't work for you, move on. Don't make this a Bi*@#fest. People come to this forum for help, instead we have to weed through the Razr bashing.

Personally I love the phone. The construction seems great and the phone does what it's supposed to. What more could you want?

Dec 22, 2005, 11:16 PM
Sounds to me like the two of you lucked up with this phone. Like a VW technician told me, each unit is different. But for those of us with legitimate complaints, we seem to have purchased bad phones and that really sucks! It's bad business to sell customers phones that were, for the most part, poorly assembled. I declare Motorola did a rush job on mine.


Dec 22, 2005, 11:59 PM
It's about time I lucked out. I went through three 710's when it first came out before giving up, and then three Treo650's when it first came out. Third time was a charm for that phone. I think anytime they try something new there is gonna be problems.

It sucks when a phone your psyched to get doesn't work out.

Good luck


Dec 23, 2005, 12:41 AM
i agree if this was like 5 years ago. my razr phone should not have a keypad that rattles like my rear deck in my maxima. the battery clip issues i can deal with, but the keypad just feels so cheap when it rattles and moves around. my audiovox 8900 was much better built. however, im not complaining about my razr. i wish i kept the 1st one i had and not replaced it due to the terrible keypad malfunction. my new razr has a distorting ear piece on volume 5-7 whereas my old one didnt. just frustrating getting "new" technology for me and have the build quality of something from the 90's.

Dec 23, 2005, 12:45 AM
Dude, take the second one back! You pay good money, you're a good customer, you deserve to get what you paid for. Mine has no distortion at all, yours shouldn't either.

Dec 23, 2005, 1:36 PM
i tried. i went to CC where i bought it from and they said 2 "f off" pretty much and that they have a 1 return policy. i said ok, ill return the phone, then buy it at another CC. they said you can't do that because the computer will show it and the other store wil not sell it to you. im going to a verizon store and not leaving without a new phone! i called customer service for 45 min that night i went to CC and they said they could not help me.

Dec 23, 2005, 3:50 PM
I ran into the same problem when the 710 first came out. At the time I was trying to decide between the 710 and the Treo. I went with the 710 and went through a three or four of them. When I finally went in and said that I had enough, they offered to exchange the phone for a different one. I chose the Treo, but they said that I couldn't because it was in a different class (Data phone). I didn't make a scene in the store, but left, called Verizon and kept moving up the chain of command until I got someone to agree to give me full credit towards any phone I wanted.

Don't take no for an answer and they will keep forwarding you to their mgr, but keep a cool head too, otherwise they'll just shut you down.

That would be my advice.

Dec 23, 2005, 2:04 PM
Return it then

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