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New Battery or New Phone - suggestions

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by John Brandt, Jun 12, 2004.

  1. In article <spkmc0dv0q10gpdplnk0db8btijvhuj591@4ax.com>,
    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote:
    >On Sat, 12 Jun 2004 11:35:26 -0400, John Brandt <> wrote:
    >>My V120c's battery is starting to show signs of old age...
    >>A new battery costs about $35 according to Moto...
    >>So, it is worth spending money on this phone or upgrading to a new
    >>phone?

    >
    >A quick look shows a 1200 mAh battery for $12.95 at
    >http://www.cellularaccessory.com/batvser12cel.html
    >There's a lower capacity one available for $9.95.
    >


    Then again, if you want a phone with "better" features,
    different interface, or are tired of the old one, I suspect
    you can get a new one from Verizon at a steep discount
    (requires new two year contract, I'm betting).

    Worth considering anyway, especially if you plan to
    stay with them for the long term.


    --
    John Mastrolia
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  2. In article <spkmc0dv0q10gpdplnk0db8btijvhuj591@4ax.com>,
    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote:
    >On Sat, 12 Jun 2004 11:35:26 -0400, John Brandt <> wrote:
    >>My V120c's battery is starting to show signs of old age...
    >>A new battery costs about $35 according to Moto...
    >>So, it is worth spending money on this phone or upgrading to a new
    >>phone?

    >
    >A quick look shows a 1200 mAh battery for $12.95 at
    >http://www.cellularaccessory.com/batvser12cel.html
    >There's a lower capacity one available for $9.95.
    >


    Then again, if you want a phone with "better" features,
    different interface, or are tired of the old one, I suspect
    you can get a new one from Verizon at a steep discount
    (requires new two year contract, I'm betting).

    Worth considering anyway, especially if you plan to
    stay with them for the long term.


    --
    John Mastrolia
    To reply to net news, remove the "NOSPAM"
    in the Reply-To header.
     
  3. In article <spkmc0dv0q10gpdplnk0db8btijvhuj591@4ax.com>,
    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote:
    >On Sat, 12 Jun 2004 11:35:26 -0400, John Brandt <> wrote:
    >>My V120c's battery is starting to show signs of old age...
    >>A new battery costs about $35 according to Moto...
    >>So, it is worth spending money on this phone or upgrading to a new
    >>phone?

    >
    >A quick look shows a 1200 mAh battery for $12.95 at
    >http://www.cellularaccessory.com/batvser12cel.html
    >There's a lower capacity one available for $9.95.
    >


    Then again, if you want a phone with "better" features,
    different interface, or are tired of the old one, I suspect
    you can get a new one from Verizon at a steep discount
    (requires new two year contract, I'm betting).

    Worth considering anyway, especially if you plan to
    stay with them for the long term.


    --
    John Mastrolia
    To reply to net news, remove the "NOSPAM"
    in the Reply-To header.
     
  4. In article <spkmc0dv0q10gpdplnk0db8btijvhuj591@4ax.com>,
    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote:
    >On Sat, 12 Jun 2004 11:35:26 -0400, John Brandt <> wrote:
    >>My V120c's battery is starting to show signs of old age...
    >>A new battery costs about $35 according to Moto...
    >>So, it is worth spending money on this phone or upgrading to a new
    >>phone?

    >
    >A quick look shows a 1200 mAh battery for $12.95 at
    >http://www.cellularaccessory.com/batvser12cel.html
    >There's a lower capacity one available for $9.95.
    >


    Then again, if you want a phone with "better" features,
    different interface, or are tired of the old one, I suspect
    you can get a new one from Verizon at a steep discount
    (requires new two year contract, I'm betting).

    Worth considering anyway, especially if you plan to
    stay with them for the long term.


    --
    John Mastrolia
    To reply to net news, remove the "NOSPAM"
    in the Reply-To header.
     
  5. In article <spkmc0dv0q10gpdplnk0db8btijvhuj591@4ax.com>,
    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote:
    >On Sat, 12 Jun 2004 11:35:26 -0400, John Brandt <> wrote:
    >>My V120c's battery is starting to show signs of old age...
    >>A new battery costs about $35 according to Moto...
    >>So, it is worth spending money on this phone or upgrading to a new
    >>phone?

    >
    >A quick look shows a 1200 mAh battery for $12.95 at
    >http://www.cellularaccessory.com/batvser12cel.html
    >There's a lower capacity one available for $9.95.
    >


    Then again, if you want a phone with "better" features,
    different interface, or are tired of the old one, I suspect
    you can get a new one from Verizon at a steep discount
    (requires new two year contract, I'm betting).

    Worth considering anyway, especially if you plan to
    stay with them for the long term.


    --
    John Mastrolia
    To reply to net news, remove the "NOSPAM"
    in the Reply-To header.
     
  6. In article <spkmc0dv0q10gpdplnk0db8btijvhuj591@4ax.com>,
    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote:
    >On Sat, 12 Jun 2004 11:35:26 -0400, John Brandt <> wrote:
    >>My V120c's battery is starting to show signs of old age...
    >>A new battery costs about $35 according to Moto...
    >>So, it is worth spending money on this phone or upgrading to a new
    >>phone?

    >
    >A quick look shows a 1200 mAh battery for $12.95 at
    >http://www.cellularaccessory.com/batvser12cel.html
    >There's a lower capacity one available for $9.95.
    >


    Then again, if you want a phone with "better" features,
    different interface, or are tired of the old one, I suspect
    you can get a new one from Verizon at a steep discount
    (requires new two year contract, I'm betting).

    Worth considering anyway, especially if you plan to
    stay with them for the long term.


    --
    John Mastrolia
    To reply to net news, remove the "NOSPAM"
    in the Reply-To header.
     
  7. In article <spkmc0dv0q10gpdplnk0db8btijvhuj591@4ax.com>,
    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote:
    >On Sat, 12 Jun 2004 11:35:26 -0400, John Brandt <> wrote:
    >>My V120c's battery is starting to show signs of old age...
    >>A new battery costs about $35 according to Moto...
    >>So, it is worth spending money on this phone or upgrading to a new
    >>phone?

    >
    >A quick look shows a 1200 mAh battery for $12.95 at
    >http://www.cellularaccessory.com/batvser12cel.html
    >There's a lower capacity one available for $9.95.
    >


    Then again, if you want a phone with "better" features,
    different interface, or are tired of the old one, I suspect
    you can get a new one from Verizon at a steep discount
    (requires new two year contract, I'm betting).

    Worth considering anyway, especially if you plan to
    stay with them for the long term.


    --
    John Mastrolia
    To reply to net news, remove the "NOSPAM"
    in the Reply-To header.
     
  8. In article <spkmc0dv0q10gpdplnk0db8btijvhuj591@4ax.com>,
    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote:
    >On Sat, 12 Jun 2004 11:35:26 -0400, John Brandt <> wrote:
    >>My V120c's battery is starting to show signs of old age...
    >>A new battery costs about $35 according to Moto...
    >>So, it is worth spending money on this phone or upgrading to a new
    >>phone?

    >
    >A quick look shows a 1200 mAh battery for $12.95 at
    >http://www.cellularaccessory.com/batvser12cel.html
    >There's a lower capacity one available for $9.95.
    >


    Then again, if you want a phone with "better" features,
    different interface, or are tired of the old one, I suspect
    you can get a new one from Verizon at a steep discount
    (requires new two year contract, I'm betting).

    Worth considering anyway, especially if you plan to
    stay with them for the long term.


    --
    John Mastrolia
    To reply to net news, remove the "NOSPAM"
    in the Reply-To header.
     
  9. In article <spkmc0dv0q10gpdplnk0db8btijvhuj591@4ax.com>,
    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote:
    >On Sat, 12 Jun 2004 11:35:26 -0400, John Brandt <> wrote:
    >>My V120c's battery is starting to show signs of old age...
    >>A new battery costs about $35 according to Moto...
    >>So, it is worth spending money on this phone or upgrading to a new
    >>phone?

    >
    >A quick look shows a 1200 mAh battery for $12.95 at
    >http://www.cellularaccessory.com/batvser12cel.html
    >There's a lower capacity one available for $9.95.
    >


    Then again, if you want a phone with "better" features,
    different interface, or are tired of the old one, I suspect
    you can get a new one from Verizon at a steep discount
    (requires new two year contract, I'm betting).

    Worth considering anyway, especially if you plan to
    stay with them for the long term.


    --
    John Mastrolia
    To reply to net news, remove the "NOSPAM"
    in the Reply-To header.
     
  10. In article <spkmc0dv0q10gpdplnk0db8btijvhuj591@4ax.com>,
    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote:
    >On Sat, 12 Jun 2004 11:35:26 -0400, John Brandt <> wrote:
    >>My V120c's battery is starting to show signs of old age...
    >>A new battery costs about $35 according to Moto...
    >>So, it is worth spending money on this phone or upgrading to a new
    >>phone?

    >
    >A quick look shows a 1200 mAh battery for $12.95 at
    >http://www.cellularaccessory.com/batvser12cel.html
    >There's a lower capacity one available for $9.95.
    >


    Then again, if you want a phone with "better" features,
    different interface, or are tired of the old one, I suspect
    you can get a new one from Verizon at a steep discount
    (requires new two year contract, I'm betting).

    Worth considering anyway, especially if you plan to
    stay with them for the long term.


    --
    John Mastrolia
    To reply to net news, remove the "NOSPAM"
    in the Reply-To header.
     
  11. In article <spkmc0dv0q10gpdplnk0db8btijvhuj591@4ax.com>,
    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote:
    >On Sat, 12 Jun 2004 11:35:26 -0400, John Brandt <> wrote:
    >>My V120c's battery is starting to show signs of old age...
    >>A new battery costs about $35 according to Moto...
    >>So, it is worth spending money on this phone or upgrading to a new
    >>phone?

    >
    >A quick look shows a 1200 mAh battery for $12.95 at
    >http://www.cellularaccessory.com/batvser12cel.html
    >There's a lower capacity one available for $9.95.
    >


    Then again, if you want a phone with "better" features,
    different interface, or are tired of the old one, I suspect
    you can get a new one from Verizon at a steep discount
    (requires new two year contract, I'm betting).

    Worth considering anyway, especially if you plan to
    stay with them for the long term.


    --
    John Mastrolia
    To reply to net news, remove the "NOSPAM"
    in the Reply-To header.
     
  12. In article <spkmc0dv0q10gpdplnk0db8btijvhuj591@4ax.com>,
    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote:
    >On Sat, 12 Jun 2004 11:35:26 -0400, John Brandt <> wrote:
    >>My V120c's battery is starting to show signs of old age...
    >>A new battery costs about $35 according to Moto...
    >>So, it is worth spending money on this phone or upgrading to a new
    >>phone?

    >
    >A quick look shows a 1200 mAh battery for $12.95 at
    >http://www.cellularaccessory.com/batvser12cel.html
    >There's a lower capacity one available for $9.95.
    >


    Then again, if you want a phone with "better" features,
    different interface, or are tired of the old one, I suspect
    you can get a new one from Verizon at a steep discount
    (requires new two year contract, I'm betting).

    Worth considering anyway, especially if you plan to
    stay with them for the long term.


    --
    John Mastrolia
    To reply to net news, remove the "NOSPAM"
    in the Reply-To header.
     
  13. In article <spkmc0dv0q10gpdplnk0db8btijvhuj591@4ax.com>,
    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote:
    >On Sat, 12 Jun 2004 11:35:26 -0400, John Brandt <> wrote:
    >>My V120c's battery is starting to show signs of old age...
    >>A new battery costs about $35 according to Moto...
    >>So, it is worth spending money on this phone or upgrading to a new
    >>phone?

    >
    >A quick look shows a 1200 mAh battery for $12.95 at
    >http://www.cellularaccessory.com/batvser12cel.html
    >There's a lower capacity one available for $9.95.
    >


    Then again, if you want a phone with "better" features,
    different interface, or are tired of the old one, I suspect
    you can get a new one from Verizon at a steep discount
    (requires new two year contract, I'm betting).

    Worth considering anyway, especially if you plan to
    stay with them for the long term.


    --
    John Mastrolia
    To reply to net news, remove the "NOSPAM"
    in the Reply-To header.
     
  14. In article <spkmc0dv0q10gpdplnk0db8btijvhuj591@4ax.com>,
    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote:
    >On Sat, 12 Jun 2004 11:35:26 -0400, John Brandt <> wrote:
    >>My V120c's battery is starting to show signs of old age...
    >>A new battery costs about $35 according to Moto...
    >>So, it is worth spending money on this phone or upgrading to a new
    >>phone?

    >
    >A quick look shows a 1200 mAh battery for $12.95 at
    >http://www.cellularaccessory.com/batvser12cel.html
    >There's a lower capacity one available for $9.95.
    >


    Then again, if you want a phone with "better" features,
    different interface, or are tired of the old one, I suspect
    you can get a new one from Verizon at a steep discount
    (requires new two year contract, I'm betting).

    Worth considering anyway, especially if you plan to
    stay with them for the long term.


    --
    John Mastrolia
    To reply to net news, remove the "NOSPAM"
    in the Reply-To header.
     
  15. In article <spkmc0dv0q10gpdplnk0db8btijvhuj591@4ax.com>,
    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote:
    >On Sat, 12 Jun 2004 11:35:26 -0400, John Brandt <> wrote:
    >>My V120c's battery is starting to show signs of old age...
    >>A new battery costs about $35 according to Moto...
    >>So, it is worth spending money on this phone or upgrading to a new
    >>phone?

    >
    >A quick look shows a 1200 mAh battery for $12.95 at
    >http://www.cellularaccessory.com/batvser12cel.html
    >There's a lower capacity one available for $9.95.
    >


    Then again, if you want a phone with "better" features,
    different interface, or are tired of the old one, I suspect
    you can get a new one from Verizon at a steep discount
    (requires new two year contract, I'm betting).

    Worth considering anyway, especially if you plan to
    stay with them for the long term.


    --
    John Mastrolia
    To reply to net news, remove the "NOSPAM"
    in the Reply-To header.
     
  16. In article <spkmc0dv0q10gpdplnk0db8btijvhuj591@4ax.com>,
    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote:
    >On Sat, 12 Jun 2004 11:35:26 -0400, John Brandt <> wrote:
    >>My V120c's battery is starting to show signs of old age...
    >>A new battery costs about $35 according to Moto...
    >>So, it is worth spending money on this phone or upgrading to a new
    >>phone?

    >
    >A quick look shows a 1200 mAh battery for $12.95 at
    >http://www.cellularaccessory.com/batvser12cel.html
    >There's a lower capacity one available for $9.95.
    >


    Then again, if you want a phone with "better" features,
    different interface, or are tired of the old one, I suspect
    you can get a new one from Verizon at a steep discount
    (requires new two year contract, I'm betting).

    Worth considering anyway, especially if you plan to
    stay with them for the long term.


    --
    John Mastrolia
    To reply to net news, remove the "NOSPAM"
    in the Reply-To header.
     
  17. In article <spkmc0dv0q10gpdplnk0db8btijvhuj591@4ax.com>,
    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote:
    >On Sat, 12 Jun 2004 11:35:26 -0400, John Brandt <> wrote:
    >>My V120c's battery is starting to show signs of old age...
    >>A new battery costs about $35 according to Moto...
    >>So, it is worth spending money on this phone or upgrading to a new
    >>phone?

    >
    >A quick look shows a 1200 mAh battery for $12.95 at
    >http://www.cellularaccessory.com/batvser12cel.html
    >There's a lower capacity one available for $9.95.
    >


    Then again, if you want a phone with "better" features,
    different interface, or are tired of the old one, I suspect
    you can get a new one from Verizon at a steep discount
    (requires new two year contract, I'm betting).

    Worth considering anyway, especially if you plan to
    stay with them for the long term.


    --
    John Mastrolia
    To reply to net news, remove the "NOSPAM"
    in the Reply-To header.
     
  18. In article <spkmc0dv0q10gpdplnk0db8btijvhuj591@4ax.com>,
    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote:
    >On Sat, 12 Jun 2004 11:35:26 -0400, John Brandt <> wrote:
    >>My V120c's battery is starting to show signs of old age...
    >>A new battery costs about $35 according to Moto...
    >>So, it is worth spending money on this phone or upgrading to a new
    >>phone?

    >
    >A quick look shows a 1200 mAh battery for $12.95 at
    >http://www.cellularaccessory.com/batvser12cel.html
    >There's a lower capacity one available for $9.95.
    >


    Then again, if you want a phone with "better" features,
    different interface, or are tired of the old one, I suspect
    you can get a new one from Verizon at a steep discount
    (requires new two year contract, I'm betting).

    Worth considering anyway, especially if you plan to
    stay with them for the long term.


    --
    John Mastrolia
    To reply to net news, remove the "NOSPAM"
    in the Reply-To header.
     
  19. In article <spkmc0dv0q10gpdplnk0db8btijvhuj591@4ax.com>,
    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote:
    >On Sat, 12 Jun 2004 11:35:26 -0400, John Brandt <> wrote:
    >>My V120c's battery is starting to show signs of old age...
    >>A new battery costs about $35 according to Moto...
    >>So, it is worth spending money on this phone or upgrading to a new
    >>phone?

    >
    >A quick look shows a 1200 mAh battery for $12.95 at
    >http://www.cellularaccessory.com/batvser12cel.html
    >There's a lower capacity one available for $9.95.
    >


    Then again, if you want a phone with "better" features,
    different interface, or are tired of the old one, I suspect
    you can get a new one from Verizon at a steep discount
    (requires new two year contract, I'm betting).

    Worth considering anyway, especially if you plan to
    stay with them for the long term.


    --
    John Mastrolia
    To reply to net news, remove the "NOSPAM"
    in the Reply-To header.
     
  20. In article <spkmc0dv0q10gpdplnk0db8btijvhuj591@4ax.com>,
    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote:
    >On Sat, 12 Jun 2004 11:35:26 -0400, John Brandt <> wrote:
    >>My V120c's battery is starting to show signs of old age...
    >>A new battery costs about $35 according to Moto...
    >>So, it is worth spending money on this phone or upgrading to a new
    >>phone?

    >
    >A quick look shows a 1200 mAh battery for $12.95 at
    >http://www.cellularaccessory.com/batvser12cel.html
    >There's a lower capacity one available for $9.95.
    >


    Then again, if you want a phone with "better" features,
    different interface, or are tired of the old one, I suspect
    you can get a new one from Verizon at a steep discount
    (requires new two year contract, I'm betting).

    Worth considering anyway, especially if you plan to
    stay with them for the long term.


    --
    John Mastrolia
    To reply to net news, remove the "NOSPAM"
    in the Reply-To header.
     

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