1. Charmed Juan's Avatar
    I purchased two thunderbolt, both before Verizon ended the one year contracts. I asked for the one year contract on both and was told I was getting them. Now I find out that I got the two year contract. The store manager (corporate store) said the tbolt was never sold on a one year contract. Verizon customer service told me that I signed a two year contract and it can't be changed. Now the reason I did not know is I work for a large company that gets a discount so I didn't know I wasn't getting the one year deal.

    So check your contracts before you sign them.
    07-16-2011 12:24 AM
  2. MissJennell#IM's Avatar
    That should be pretty standard practice.
    07-16-2011 03:47 PM
  3. urdaddi's Avatar
    It was announced that VZW was doing away with one year contracts long before the Thunderbolt ever came out.

    But yeah...what the previous poster stated - it shoujld be standard practice to read ANY contract .....and do it before you agree to it.
    07-16-2011 05:01 PM
  4. Tiguere's Avatar
    You can break your contract without paying the ETF. Yoy have until the end of august.
    07-16-2011 08:07 PM
  5. tntdroid's Avatar
    You can break your contract without paying the ETF. Yoy have until the end of august.
    Verizon said no go on this. It was something like a .03 increase. They will credit your bill and pay it for you for the remainder of your contract. This way you don't pay more and as per the contract you signed they don't have to let you terminate.

    sent by CyanogenMod X
    07-16-2011 08:25 PM
  6. urdaddi's Avatar
    You can break your contract without paying the ETF. Yoy have until the end of august.
    Stop passing bad information out like this.
    07-17-2011 01:14 PM
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