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Used flip phone
PaulWhitehurst

I'm replacing an old 3G flip phone.  I'm looking at Kyocera because they seem to be the most rugged.  If I get a used DuraXV E4610 can I use it on Verizon?  Is there a better (cheaper) flip phone I can get used that's rugged?

 

Thanks,

 

Paul Whitehurst

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Re: Used flip phone
vzw_customer_support
Customer Support

We can definitely check a phone, to make sure it can be used on our network. In addition, here's a link to the best rugged phones we offer: http://spr.ly/6603Hhvmx

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Re: Used flip phone
PaulWhitehurst

Thanks.  I recently tried to replace my current flip phone with an old one I got originally from Verizon.  I was told it was no longer supported.  I presume it's because it was a 3 G.

I looked at the new flip phones Verizon had.  The $100 one seemed kinda cheap.  The Kyocera seemed rugged, but I don't want to pay that much.  I'm looking for a used flip phone on E-bay.

Several sellers have Kyocera DuraXV LTE 4610.  If I buy it can I use it on Verizon's network?

Paul Whitehurst

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Piscestg
Specialist

"The $100 one seemed kinda cheap.  The Kyocera seemed rugged, but I don't want to pay that much."

For $100, you're going to get that....a cheap phone. For better quality, it will cost more. That's logical. The saying of you get what you pay for is pretty much true.

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Re: Used flip phone
PaulWhitehurst

Picestg:

I agree.  I consider myself to be pretty good at discerning value in electronics.  A used Kyocera is about a fourth of the price of a new one.  Caveat is I need to know if they will work on Verizon before I buy it.  I'm open to other suggestions for rugged economical flip phones.

Thanks,

Paul

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