I’m upset because I just received my final bill from Verizon wireless after canceling my service with them on April 28th because they wouldn’t let me do an early upgrade to purchase an iPhone. I expected to see a credit for the unused service from April 28th until May 8th but from what I’m gathering after reading many forums is that they don’t give you the credit. How do they get away with this? Do they want to get sued again? I was also expecting my early term fee to be about 100 since I termed after 10 months into my contract but no, it was 125 because they only credit you 5 bucks a month from the 175 early term fee which should equal 120 for 2 years, not the 175 they are charging.
Where do they get off keeping an extra 55 bucks on this? My prorated calculations would have been about 8 bucks a month credited.. Not 5. How did they come up with this crazy equation? Anyways, I switched to AT&T and so far have been treated like gold. Going to call Verizon tomorrow to see if I can get anywhere… I highly doubt I will but it’s worth a try.
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