1. thisissun's Avatar
    How does one protect their investment on a bold 9900 if they were to get it off say, ebay, craigslist...etc?

    or is it, if it bricks, too bad?
    12-13-11 12:55 AM
  2. ryshhh's Avatar
    Maybe manufacturers warranty?
    12-13-11 02:30 AM
  3. enb123's Avatar
    I googled and read the warranty, and I don't think it's transferable. Which is bad news for the used market - I was going to buy one today but got cold feet after re-reading some of the threads re: bricking/nuking. I don't think there'd be anything you could do at that point except buy another phone. Sure hope they diagnose/fix it soon!
    12-13-11 06:21 AM
  4. chaddeus's Avatar
    Doesn't ebay has its own special warranty program that you can buy?

    - Charles
    12-13-11 06:53 AM
  5. berry4eva's Avatar
    nope, theres no solution to that. if its bricked, then you can sell it as parts in ebay, or use it as an elegant paperweight.
    12-13-11 08:57 AM
  6. pcgizmo#IM's Avatar
    Maybe manufacturers warranty?
    I doubt the warranty would apply to items purchased from a third party on ebay.
    12-13-11 09:17 AM
  7. palomartian's Avatar
    Doesn't ebay has its own special warranty program that you can buy?

    - Charles
    That's what I remember. "Square Trade?"
    12-13-11 09:58 AM
  8. thisissun's Avatar
    I read somewhere that there is a thrid party insurance that one can get to protect their phone? Anyone has a insight on this whatsoever? I couldn't find it again

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    12-13-11 11:40 AM
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