Summary: I love this fone and been looking around for a new one but its impossible to find one so i came accross this seller with his high rating. Unfortunately the fone has used parts, if not all of of it is used.
Excerpt: I bought this phone when it first came out, Ive had other razrs in the past and i was in love. Within the first 5 months it started turning itself off and freezing. Over the next 2 1/2 years the phone keys quit working.
Summary: I loved the V3i so naturally I wanted to upgrade to the V9 for the sleek design. Though stated by the seller as unlocked/international version it came as a branded AT&T phone with proprietary buttons and AT&T software/splash screen. It still works with T-Mobile.
Summary: The Razr2 is really a good phone, but buying an unlocked one is not such a great idea. Of course, none of the service providers have had them for several years - the flip phone is a vanishing item. Amazon sells this one through HassleFree, which is anything but.
Summary: IN THIS ECONOMY CONSUMERS WILL NOT SETTLE FOR MEDIOCRE PRODUCTS. DO YOUR RESEARCH BEFORE YOU BUY AN UNLOCKED CELLULAR PRODUCT.
Pros: PHONE WAS INDEED UNLOCKED. THAT IS THE ONLY POSITIVE COMMENT. IF YOU ONLY RECEIVE A 30 DAY WARRANTY - DON'T PURCHASE THIS ITEM. OPT INSTEAD FOR A "RETAIL" PRODUCT WHICH CARRIES A LONGER GUARANTEE. THIS PRODUCT WILL HAVE TO BE RETURNED TO NEWEGG.
Cons: NO INDICATION PRODUCT HAS CRYSTAL TALK TECHNOLOGY INCORPORATED. PRODUCT INTERFACE APPEARS TO BE COMPARABLE TO A RAZR V3 VICE A V9. MENU OPTIONS ARE NOT CONSISTENT WITH V9 WHICH IS A LATER PRODUCTION MODEL THAN THE RAZR2-V8. POINT OF ORIGIN WAS GERMANY. DATE / TIME OUT OF THE BOX INDICATED 2007 - ...