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Cell Phone Hi, The glass on the front cover of my Razor Cell phone is broken similiar to glass on a windshield of a car, the phone still works its just an eyesore. Should I take it back and buy a new one? There are so many good deals at AT&T. Should I stick with the old one? Will they even let me get a new phone? Tiffany

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This happened to my phone also

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