06-21-09 02:43 PM
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  1. gotblackberry's Avatar
    A friend told me that if I noticed any changes with my Verizon bill that I wasn't told about ahead of time, that I could legally get out of my contract and not pay a ETF. Anyone heard of this being true?

    If so, does it also apply with the actual monthly charge? Ever since I signed up with Verizon (November 08) after taxes and everything else, I've been paying $92 and change. However there was one billing cycle where the amount went to $93 and change.

    Would this be something I could tell a rep in the store or over the phone and use it as say a bargaining chip to upgrade to a new phone (specifically the BB Tour) and not have to pay the full retail?

    The clause in the contract states if the change is materially adverse also it does not include government taxes mandated on your or Verizon Wireless. If we change our 900 plan from $50/month to $70 a month and do not grandfather you in.. maybe you have an argument.
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