steelerfan791

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Hi, folks. If you purchase a phone on EIP with a value plan and terminate after the return period, do you have to pay the EIP balance and an ETF (I'm not sending the phone back, I sold it on ebay)?
 

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Of course you do. You purchased a product on an installment plan. It would be no different than if you cancelled you credit card with a balance on it.

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Of course you do. You purchased a product on an installment plan. It would be no different than if you cancelled you credit card with a balance on it.

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Lol. No , I know the EIP has to be paid. My question, and perhaps it was worded badly, is really does an ETF also apply.

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Yes and they could put a hold on the esn number for an unpaid balance making the phone useless to whom you sold it to. Which could lead to other problems.

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Yes you will have an ETF as well. You signed a binding 2 year contract with them.

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I intend to pay it. I was just wondering if value plans functioned differently than classic.
Yes and they could put a hold on the esn number for an unpaid balance making the phone useless to whom you sold it to. Which could lead to other problems.

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