Droid 3 Owners for Early Upgrades
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Motorola Mobility and Verizon Wireless

Droid 3 Owners for Early Upgrades

    1. David Parrella
    2. Petition by

      David Parrella

      Sewickley, PA

The Droid 3 is going to have been the quickest outdated phone in only 5 months and 1 day, being replaced by the Droid 4. The technology put into the 4 existed when the 3 was created, as seen by the Bionic and Razr released in the consecutive months. Now, hundreds of thousands (if not millions) of Droid 3 owners are locked in for another year and a half with a phone that was outdated before it was even released.

We Droid 3 owners deserve (at the least) an early upgrade and/or discount to go towards obtaining the Droid 4, which is the phone that ours should have been.

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    • Jack Rosenthal STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, CO
      • over 2 years ago

      I actually don't have a moto droid 3, but early upgrades should be out for all phones quickly outdated.

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    • Nabil Al-Kourainy DETROIT, MI
      • over 2 years ago

      The screen on D3 is pixelated and the speakerphone quality is poor

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    • James Loper LITHIA SPRINGS, GA
      • over 2 years ago

      Shame on Motorola and Verizon to withhold information such as the existence of the Droid 4. Had I known, I would not have bought this nice but outdated phone!!!

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    • Milo Decosta DAYTON, OH
      • over 2 years ago

      wtf..30 bucks a month for data, 56 to 100 kbs with 3g and 2000 kbs with 4g, both plans same price. i feel screwed! no way in hell ill sign another CONTRACT with verizon. :(

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    • Steven Stewart HENDERSONVILLE, TAIWAN
      • over 2 years ago

      I too was angry when I saw the droid 4 released only 4 months after I got my droid 3.

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