1. scott26's Avatar
    Hi, I'm moving out of the country in a few months, and I renewed my 2yr contract last week.
    Anybody know if I still have to pay the ETF?
    I read somewhere that if you moved to a place where you don't get verizon service, you can terminate the contract..
    11-10-09 02:44 PM
  2. Darthkuriboh's Avatar
    This would be true.

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    11-10-09 03:00 PM
  3. gotblackberry's Avatar
    Just be prepared to fax in a utility bill and/or lease agreement with your name on it.

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    11-10-09 03:49 PM
  4. ComfortablyNumb's Avatar
    As long as you can provide proof of the new address, they will waive the fee
    11-10-09 03:49 PM
  5. AaronWasHere's Avatar
    Well if you just renewed, arent you still within a 30 day WFG period? You could return the equipment if it was purchased and it could possibly nullify the agreement
    11-10-09 03:51 PM
  6. Jim from NW Pa's Avatar
    But then he wouldn't get to keep his new phone for the next 2 months

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    11-10-09 04:08 PM
  7. markhunsaker's Avatar
    That's true... if you can prove your address (in the new country) than they'll waive the ETF. I did that when I lived in South America for several years.
    11-10-09 06:03 PM
  8. lordcliff's Avatar
    They might want the phone back if they subsidized it.

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    11-10-09 07:06 PM
  9. Chaldo's Avatar
    Keep it for more then 1 month after 2 months show them you moved and keep the phone Sell it on ebay or something. Screw them they are switching to a $350 ETF anyways, might as well take advantage while you can.
    11-10-09 07:09 PM
  10. scott26's Avatar
    haha
    yea i'm actually joining the army so I'll have two excuses..
    11-10-09 10:59 PM
  11. TwinsX2Dad's Avatar
    haha
    yea i'm actually joining the army so I'll have two excuses..
    Two problems with that...

    1) For military, they suspend the service & billing, since you're not actually moving anywhere.

    2) Military COs usually take a dim view of things like that.

    Just saying...

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    11-10-09 11:10 PM
  12. markhunsaker's Avatar
    Yeah, I wouldn't bring up the military. They just suspend your service.
    11-11-09 11:59 AM
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