Hello Motorola, I am not good with internet, but I saw this add while ago. I thought I already ordered this two for the price of one deal, I was waiting for someone in touch with me, but no one did to pay for the phones, Is it still possible to get those phones?? Please help me to solve my situation! Thank you kindly! Regards Augustina Popova
JB, 06 May 2020I love this phone but I am utterly disappointed in Motorola business practice of creating a BO... moreYou may feel gutted but they aren't the only ones to do this. Most 3rd tier companies know that the 1st 60 days is when they can fetch the best money due to hype, early adopter premium etc, after that they go into oblivion under the avalanche of devices coming out left and right. Since margins are low they are not going to spend on marketing.
I love this phone but I am utterly disappointed in Motorola business practice of creating a BOGO sale barely a month after I purchased the phone for full price. Cutting the cost effectively in half barely 30 days after my purchase is a betrayal of the true customer base. I cared about your products and was ready to share that with the world. Now I feel utterly violated. I don't think anyone should buy this phone or any other Motorola products if this is the way that Motorola are going to treat their customers during these difficult times.
wow such faith in there sales. there giving them away. epic fail.
so with two phones, you can get two whole weeks of use before they're broken!
imagine those who paid full price for it
imagine the margin
Motorola you just shot yourself
Note7 owner, 05 May 2020TBH, I wouldn't pay $1500 for two of these. Maybe $199 for one, knowing all the hardware issue... moreLuckily for them the phone's name is Razr not Razor.
Guess you 're the only one who should be embarrassed.
HAHA....I just laugh when I saw this, that seems to be a common problem with Motorola, they think they can rip people off by selling premium $1500USD for a mid tier Snapdragon 765G instead of the 855, always cutting corners thinking they will save some money, in the end it comes and bite their A$$.
Same thing with their cheaper series, cutting off NFC to save a few dollars in the end the sales just tanked.......when are you going to learn Moto???
Consumers are NOT stupid, don't cut corners to save a few dollars, it is better to charge slightly more than to cut corners, I am sure you would have done better had you released the Flip with Snapdragon 855 even if you had to raise $200 more early for the 855 chipset to get the first lot of sale, but now too little too late as everyone knows that the hardware is faulty, would not matter if you sold it at half price...try 70% off!
Due to quarantine, people don't attend social meetings, so they don't have opportunity to show off with gadgets == no one is buying a phone for looks right now.
TBH, I wouldn't pay $1500 for two of these. Maybe $199 for one, knowing all the hardware issues this thing has. This is such a disgrace to the name Razor.