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Yeah, my RAZR V3s is meets MOST of my needs but one. When I am either talking to family and friends or checking my voicemail, the volume to my earpiece is low to where the voices are VERY faint to where I can hardly hear the person speaking. Is there a way to fix the problem or do I need to go to the retailer that sold me my phone and have them exchange it?

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I Just upgraded my RAZR to the New LG VU for the Same Reason (and that the LG VU ROCKS!!!!!!) Had the same problem and contacted Motorola and ATT to resolve the Problem-Nothing can be done about this Problem! LOVED my RAZR But, The LG VU is a LOT Better and only cost $54.00 for the Upgrade But, I was DUE for an Upgrade according to ATT. If you are not Eligible for an Upgrade this is not your Solution Though. There is nothing that will fix that Problem.

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