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Getting out of your Verizon contract without penalty

By February 6, 2007law practice

With the iPhone’s appearance only months away, people who don’t have Cingular service are wondering how they’ll get out of their current non-Cingular service contracts without paying the hefty cancellation fee. In the case of Verizon, the fee is $175.  If you are a Verizon customer and are interested in canceling your service, check this out.  It won’t work for everyone, and you’ll have to spend some time on the phone with service representatives explaining basic contract law.  But if you are insistent you’ll probably get to cancel without penalty (assuming you don’t have a text messaging plan).

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One Comment

  • charles says:

    I know mac geeks will just have to have the iphone, but Cingular service is practically useless — especially in New Orleans. Nice paperweight..not good for much else.

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