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Wierd Verizon Wireless Upgrade Prices

Discussion in 'Northeastern US Wireless Forum' started by garymaly, Aug 19, 2003.

  1. garymaly

    garymaly New Member

    May 14, 2003
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    Hi, I just logged into my verizon account online, and selected "upgrade phone". I am a 2 month old verizon customer, and decided to just check out the prices. Well it comes out that I can upgrade my VX4400 which I love, to a VX6000. The VX6000 came up as $149.99 ( and a 50 dollar rebate) NO CONTRACT EXTENSION!! As shocked as I was, I checked how much I could sell my 4400 on ebay, just in case the 6000 would arrive.

    After browsing, 4400's on ebay are going for about $190.

    I placed an order for the vx6000, and even recieved an email confirmation that my phone will arrive in 2-5 days, with a "contract month renewal of : 0"

    I printed all the websites of my order from verizon, including the email.

    Total was $162 and change for the original $149 plus tax, free shipping.

    Is this possible? Is there a glitch? Whats going on, and how come new verizon customers get the vx6000 for $199 before a rebate.

    Please write back, with what you guys think is going on.
  2. ceric20

    ceric20 Junior Member
    Junior Member

    Feb 13, 2003
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    buffalo NY
    My Phone:
    Apple iPhone
    Wireless Provider(s):
    AT&T (Cingular)
    Hey i noticed that too. I allready bought the v6000 about a month ago. I wish they had the V60p on there i would have bought that phone in a heart beat
  3. amoney

    amoney New Member

    Mar 5, 2003
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    I think Verizon made a mistake. The LG 6000 is no longer available for an upgrade, at least for now. It was akward that it was priced so low. Im mad because right when I was about to select the LG 6000 for an upgrade the page automatically refreshed, removing the LG 6000 as an option for an upgrade.

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