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Cell Phone Cancellation Fees May Be Cancelled Forever Answered

Should i stay with Tmobile or wait for this

The FCC has proposed a law that will give consumers signing up for cell phone services the right to cancel their service, fee-free, under certain conditions.

Cancellation Fees May Be Cancelled Forever
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Kiteman (author)2008-05-22

I've never had an actual contract (I'm pay-as-you-go), but (judging by the adverts I see for switching providers), contract cancellation is free (but you have to pay for the handset).

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Kiteman (author)Kiteman2008-05-22

Sorry, should have added - in the UK.

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xACIDITYx (author)2008-05-22

I think it should be abolished completely. The most of the people who want out of the cell phone contracts are people who can't pay for it. What then?

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Doctor What (author)2008-05-21

I heard about this today. But they only allow it within the first thirty days, or ten days after the first bill, so, if two months later, you realize that AT&T; is crap, then you're screwed.

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NachoMahma (author)2008-05-21

. It only allows fee-free cancellation within a very short period of time of signing the contract.

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