exchange for a 3d?
i bought a nexus s from best buy, i returned it yesterday and exchanged for an evo. my question is when the 3d hits if im still within my 30 days can i exchange for the 3d? or is there a limit to how many times you can do this?
also im wondering if htc has announced if the 3d will in fact come unlocked or not?
- 06-05-2011, 03:06 PM #2
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From what I know, you are only eligible for one return.
for instance I have the Palm Pre, but upgraded to the EVO 4G.
Then I got wind of the EVO 3D and returned the EVO 4G. Went back to the Palm Pre.
now when I get the EVO 3D I will not be able to return that phone, as you only get ONE return per upgrade eligibility.
thats what it was a few years back anyways. even at BB me thinks.
- 06-05-2011, 03:17 PM #7
Last November I bought an Optimus T (switched from Sprint) from Best Buy. It was "defective" (I bricked it testing something LOL). I then exchanged it for the G2. I didn't really like it, and the myTouch 4G went on sale, so I exchanged the G2 for the myTouch 4G. So that was two exchanges in my 30 days.
- 06-05-2011, 06:41 PM #10
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- 06-05-2011, 09:31 PM #13
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After talking with some of the reps at sprint, I was under the impression that if I returned an upgraded phone and either exchanged to a new device or went to a previous device (like I tried with my palm pre), I would only have 30 days from the time of my upgrade to upgrade to a different device.
So my problem was that since I had upgraded to the OG EVO on May 18th (my pre gave out and I didn't have a choice, just hoped it was released within the 30 days) I would only have 30 days from that point to exchange to a different device. And even if I were to return the EVO and not upgrade, if I didn't upgrade with the original 30 days I would lose my upgrade.
After seeing a few posts on here claiming people returned whatever phone they had upgraded in preparation for the 3D, it confused me. I would be ecstatic if I could, but from what I hear it's not possible.
What have you guys heard? Any suggestions?
- 06-05-2011, 09:32 PM #14
- 06-05-2011, 09:39 PM #15
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Any phone release has issues. My Evo got an update release day. I got it home and updated and it was an amazing phone. I understand that most of your manhood is invested in your Nexus S, but please don't spout crap like this that has no factual evidence (or even precedence).
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- 06-06-2011, 04:50 PM #24
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And a fraction of people having hardware issues is hardly abnormal. I'm not worried about it. If something is wrong, they will fix it. I personally never had any issues with my Evo 4G that I got on release day. I'm terribly sorry if HTC peed in your cereal, but maybe you can put the hurt behind you and just have a conversation instead of antagonizing people?
- 06-06-2011, 05:17 PM #25