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Commentary...Not the iPhone. It was the Motorola Razr V3. Not the new version of the Razr, mind you, but the ancient version of the Razr that used to be a trendsetter. My question is, should it really count as a "sale" when people are not actually paying for the phone?The Motorola Razr V3 is available from AT&T and T-Mobile. It is free from both carriers with a new two-year agreement. The staying power of this phone is just unbelievable. It has long lost its luster, yet continues to dominate sales. This phone used to cost hundreds of dollars and was a luxury item only corner-office dwellers could afford. The Razr2 surpasses the original in almost every way, but it didn't even make the top 10 best selling phones.