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[Q] Does Warranty Renew with Each Replacement

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Default [Q] Does Warranty Renew with Each Replacement

So as the title suggest, I'm on my third charge and I've begun getting pop/squeel/occasional piercing sound during calls letting no other sound come through and I was wondering, is my warranty up (it's been over a year) or does it start from each replacement.

All I really want is to get rid of this phone and pay the 2 year contract price for the s3 or the evo 4glte
 
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So as the title suggest, I'm on my third charge and I've begun getting pop/squeel/occasional piercing sound during calls letting no other sound come through and I was wondering, is my warranty up (it's been over a year) or does it start from each replacement.

All I really want is to get rid of this phone and pay the 2 year contract price for the s3 or the evo 4glte
Nope... just a one year manufacturers warranty starting from the date you signed the contract... Verizon definitely made stated this to me several times when they replaced my charge with a nexus...

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damn!!! I am just now getting problems with data cycles and phone static fml.
 
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damn!!! I am just now getting problems with data cycles and phone static fml.
If you pay the 6.99 or highest insurance they offer you can get unlimited device replacements even after the year manufactures warranty
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