04-27-2010, 09:09 AM
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Three months means they got it through the Out of Warranty program. It's an alternative solution for those who are not eligible for an upgrade and will instead opt for this program.
Edit: And if its through OOW, it's only a 12 month term from the day the phone was taken. Please look at your terms of service and terms of conditions that you recieved with the device. Through regular hardware upgrades you get a one year manufacturer warranty and Rogers allows you to upgrade 24 months after your last HUP or activation date. At some times you will be eligible to upgrade early between 12 and 24 months if you have a multi line account with high revenue or just a single line with high revenue and good tenure. Though that early upgrade option only applies to one line, not all. Once one line takes it the others cannot.
Treat it like an electronic device, a good case will take you farther.
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