Fortunately, I found my old phone on Amazon, and brand new Razr V3.xx will arrive by Wednesday. YES!
Hopefully it's not a knockoff. I got one a few years ago really cheap, and that it was. Didn't know it was a knockoff. Dropped it once and the case cracked on the bottom part where the speaker is. I then found a great deal on craigslist here for an official ATT phone of the same model, it was a day and night difference in the two. The ATT phone was solid, didn't flex at all like the cheapo. Pushing on the keypad on the cheapo you could tell the difference, it would flex in when you pushed on it, the ATT didn't.
Still have the ATT phone and it works fine but I'm not using it anymore. If I had known you needed a grandpa phone I would have shipped it to you.
According to Amazon, this is a for real Moto phone — unlocked — and it wasn't cheap! Apparently, it's a sought-after model. And Amazon a very liberal (oh crap, now you'll move this to the 'Box ) return policy. If it ain't what was advertised, I can send it back on their dime for a full refund.
I will go batshiit crazy iof I have to spend another week with that freakin' haunted LG!
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