Razr sales stopped due to glitch

By Derek Sooman on March 12, 2006, 4:27 AM
Cingular Wireless and T-Mobile USA have stopped selling the Razr - temporarily, at least. The phone, Motorola Inc.'s flagship, seemingly has a technical glitch that causes the phone to drop calls or shut down. Only a limited number of phones were affected and the problem but Motorola is still selling new Razrs and expects availability to return to normal by next week.

"Motorola and its customers are addressing a quality issue affecting a very limited number of Razr handsets sold for GSM networks," Motorola spokesman Alan Buddendeck said in a written statement.




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smtkr said:
Yet, Verizon keeps advertising the phone.
xzi said:
Verizon's is not affected. Only the GSM RAZR is affected.
gudel said:
I guess "you can't hear me now" if you have tmo and craptular. heh..
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