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    Default Verizon: When does ETF hit?

    Hi guys, I just canceled my Verizon contract last week. Does anyone know how long after the termination of service ETF hits?
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    Default Re: When does ETF hit?

    Typically with 30 days, it can be on a second statement after your final bill for service charges.

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    Default Re: Verizon: When does ETF hit?

    Joining tmobile??

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    Default Re: Verizon: When does ETF hit?

    Quote Originally Posted by Droid3r View Post
    Joining tmobile??

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    Yes, sir. So far the experience has not been good.
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    Default Re: Verizon: When does ETF hit?

    Quote Originally Posted by agp423 View Post
    Yes, sir. So far the experience has not been good.
    Why?

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    Default Re: Verizon: When does ETF hit?

    The customer service was great when I was switching over. But a few hours after the switch, I went back to the store asking if I can get another HTC One, because the power button feels like it is indented. The same sales guy was very impatient and told me all T-Mobile Ones are like that. Whatever, then when it comes to the phone, it has been very buggy. Granted, that's more of a phone's fault than T-Mobile's, but still. My old Verizon One had no problems. The phone would randomly restart, and after it does, I cannot turn the screen off until I manually restart the phone. Then there's the (lack of) service. Don't even get me started.
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    Default Re: Verizon: When does ETF hit?

    I think that you should be able to port back to Verizon of desired right now , and no etf, but you should call and check.

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    I don't want to switch back. I think with all US carriers, it's just choosing which sh** stinks the least. Verizon charges too much money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by agp423 View Post
    I don't want to switch back. I think with all US carriers, it's just choosing which sh** stinks the least. Verizon charges too much money.
    It really depends on the plan, the Verizon $60 loyalty plan with unlimited talk and text and 2gb data is cheaper than the closest tmobile plan over 2 years.

    To each his own, but I wouldn't stick with a carrier that doesn't have good service where I need it just to save a few bucks.

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    Maybe I'll see if I can switch back to Verizon. Should I go to a store or can I call for the switching? I know for the loyalty plan I should call. Or should I wait until the ETF hits pay it off, get the refund from T-Mobile, and then port my number back to Verizon?
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    Okay, I just talked to Verizon and they said there's a 30 day grace period, so if I switch back in the next three weeks I will not get an ETF. Definitely switching back and then calling about the $60 loyalty plan.
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    Default Re: Verizon: When does ETF hit?

    This is a perfect example of check before you jump carriers... Not jump blindly into something .

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    I'm going to switch back Friday or Saturday. My worst nightmare is Verizon won't give me the loyalty deal after I switch. Which would be very very bad.
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    Default Re: Verizon: When does ETF hit?

    Quote Originally Posted by Almeuit View Post
    This is a perfect example of check before you jump carriers... Not jump blindly into something .

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