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  1. stubbornswiss's Avatar
    As has been said, 17 replacements (especially of the 8330) begins to tell you that there is probably something other than a problem with the device. It usually has to do with the user.

    It might be beneficial to you to learn how to use the phone (whatever phone) properly, learn how to look after it responsibly, and hopefully you wont have to go returning it 17 or more times.

    Before you start bashing me, I am seriously trying to be helpful here.
    Last edited by stubbornswiss; 07-12-10 at 09:48 AM.
    07-12-10 09:46 AM
  2. Jude526's Avatar
    I had 4 tours hated the trackball was horrible
    I actually have the Curve 2 and it is just fine. I don't think it is flimsy It is small and compact I have a nice slip in case and it gives it some omph but there is nothing wrong with this device. I sure wouldn't want a phone without a back sent to me.
    that is tacky of verizon to do. If you get the tour they should send a back with it.

    I did have to get a Curve replacement because it had frozen up and I got a complete replacement and the same with the Tour backs were always with it
    07-12-10 01:06 PM
  3. mr.saving's Avatar
    Just curious...what exactly were some of the issues you had?
    07-12-10 01:40 PM
  4. tech_head's Avatar
    17? Sorry, I just don't believe that 17 bad phones got to a single user.
    Even if they did no qual, the probability of getting 17 in a row bad is sooooo small.
    Pilot error. Don't get a Storm.
    07-12-10 06:24 PM
  5. mountainman's Avatar
    I'd go for the Storm2, it's a great device.
    I second that. Plus, the screen is big enough to use as the GPS in your car.
    07-12-10 07:52 PM
  6. dainfamouslipz's Avatar
    Just curious...what exactly were some of the issues you had?
    Everything from charge ports not working to call quality,devices not powering on...you name it it happened to me.
    07-14-10 08:49 AM
  7. MrObvious's Avatar
    Yikes. I dunno.
    07-14-10 12:51 PM
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