Sales of Motorola’s most popular phone were stopped due to a problem which caused the calls to be disconnected.
The defect seems to have appeared at phones shipped to the U.S. on 1, February this year. As a result Cingular Wireless and T-Mobile have stopped selling Motorola’s Razr phone. The only affected mobiles were the ones using the GSM standard which led to the withdrawal off the market of the Razr produced by Motorla. Verizon Wireless’s sales of these phones were not affected as Verizon uses a different standard technology.
The Razr phones were immediately pulled off the market first by Cingular and then by T-Mobile as the component which made the calls to disconnect and the phones to reboot was unknown. Motorola is trying to detect all the units that turned out to be flawed and to make the phone exchange a process as easy as possible for its consumers.
The new cellulars have already been shipped to the U.S. and areÂ believed to go on sale next week. It’s not too good for the business, is it?