1. dlrogers81's Avatar
    Well, my Torch has officially bricked, due to a bad fall...anyway, I still have 2 old spare phones laying around the Curve 8900 and Motorola Backflip...which should I switch back to? It will have to last me until next year, that's when my next upgrade is. The 8900 was a great phone, still works great..the backflip wasn't bad, just seemed to be very buggy..but just curious to read your opinions/thoughts.
    03-06-11 12:47 PM
  2. the_sandman_454's Avatar
    Well, my Torch has officially bricked, due to a bad fall...anyway, I still have 2 old spare phones laying around the Curve 8900 and Motorola Backflip...which should I switch back to? It will have to last me until next year, that's when my next upgrade is. The 8900 was a great phone, still works great..the backflip wasn't bad, just seemed to be very buggy..but just curious to read your opinions/thoughts.
    Well since you already have a BB plan, the 8900 might be the convenient way to go. Or you could sell both phones and buy something else.
    03-06-11 01:27 PM
  3. K Bear's Avatar
    Hands down the 8900. The Backflip is just trash compounded by MotoBlur.
    03-06-11 01:33 PM
  4. dlrogers81's Avatar
    Yeah I'm more leaning towards the 8900 just because it is better quality, and it's been very dependable and reliable. Still like to hear everyone's opinions though. I would just sell them and buy a new one, but I hate the idea spending a crazy amount on a new phone. That's why I like to wait until I have an upgrade available.
    03-06-11 02:50 PM
  5. K Bear's Avatar
    You can sell you're BackFlip, but you're not going to get as much money for it as you will for the 8900.
    03-06-11 03:11 PM
  6. Laura Knotek's Avatar
    Yeah I'm more leaning towards the 8900 just because it is better quality, and it's been very dependable and reliable. Still like to hear everyone's opinions though. I would just sell them and buy a new one, but I hate the idea spending a crazy amount on a new phone. That's why I like to wait until I have an upgrade available.
    You could also sell your devices and buy a different used device.
    03-06-11 03:15 PM
  7. coles-torch's Avatar
    You could send me that back flip for free just to get it off your hands lol I loved mine when ihad it but mine broke after dropping it down a full set of concrete steps

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    03-06-11 03:27 PM
  8. memoriesof2011's Avatar
    jesus, BABY hands people, you're trashing over $500 worth of electronics!

    go back to the 8900. the backflip is a waste of time. you could get MAYBE 50 for it on CraigsList, if you really tried.
    03-06-11 03:51 PM
  9. dlrogers81's Avatar
    Well I'm using my 8900..been so long since I've used it! Still works as good as ever.
    03-06-11 06:42 PM
  10. Tecklop's Avatar
    8900!, The Best curve ever made!
    03-07-11 09:51 AM
  11. pkcable's Avatar
    I would sell the 8900 and the Blackflip, and then use the money to buy a used 9700, which should tide you over nicely until your next upgrade. You might even be able to sell the broken 9800 for a minimal amount also, as long as you are clear in your ad that it is broken and good for parts only, it should still be able to net you some funds.
    03-07-11 10:54 AM
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