Originally Posted by dbgarrisonsc
...the warranty is only good from the purchase date of the original phone, not from the replacement phone date.... The warranty should be on the device not date of service.
They did give you a warranty on the device, the original one. That is how every warranty I have ever had works. What company in their right mind (or still in business) is going to give you a replacement device and reset the warranty period.
Say you buy a car, and after 24,000 miles the water pump goes out. You have it replaced under warranty. Is the water pump warranty good for an additional 36,000 miles? Nope, as soon as you hit 36,000 miles the warranty for the whole car is up.