Don't believe everything you read. Verizon has responded to the numerous rumors that the HTC Droid Incredible has reached it's end-of-life, telling Mobile Burn that's simply not the case.
It makes sense -- the phone is hugely popular, and they even adjusted the manufacturing process and parts list to try to keep up with demand. All rumors aside, isn't offering your customers an alternative when you're out of stock simply a mark of good customer service? Let's not read too much into things, folks. So for those of you not interested in the Motorola Droid X and holding out for the Incredible, sit tight -- Big Red hasn't forgotten you. [Mobile Burn]
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