This is a discussion on Migrating from Droid X, what to though? within the Off-Topic Discussion forums, part of the Off-Topic Area category; Originally Posted by GoCliffGo05 Verizon is LTE yea and that should be correct about the activation. Just call or drop in a store and it ...
Your can replace the battery on the maxx. U just need too take it apart. A lot of people are jumping in that s3 though. That might be a better option.
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I think one final question. When I have say a phone that operates on EVDO/CMDA, whatever, and I go to a phone that operates on LTE, this doesn't automatically put me into a different data plan via the phone does it? The reason I ask is, if I buy one outright (S III or MAXX) and take it up to Verizon, will they try and pull some stupid punch and say because I'm going from a Droid X to one of those, that's a data plan change since they run on different operating bands or whatever? Or should I be able to walk in, say this is the phone I want get activated and drop my other one and be done with it, no questions asked? Sorry, I know this is going to happen regardless, but I'm trying to get an unlocked phone that will be mine, avoid the stupid "network" fees and also be month to month. Just wondering if they have the ability to get their fees regardless.
That being said, be very careful still when you do it. I wouldn't be surprised if they try to slip you to a tiered or non-unlimited plan of some sort. Just hold firm, and you will get it.
*Note: this is based on current Verizon policy. This is just policy... there is nothing legally binding to it. So Verizon can change their policy on that behalf at any point. But currently, if you buy a phone off-contract, then you should be able to change it. Doesn't matter what bands its running over.
Ugh, so there are two used items on eBay. A Samsung SIII for about $460 and a MAXX for $400. I honestly don't know which to go with. Will someone just decide for me and get it over with?
BTW, thanks for your input Goose!
My Mum and brother love the Galaxy S III. They both have them. She has Verizon and he has T-Mobile
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