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    Default Cancelling ATT 2years agreement without paying the ETF??

    Hi!
    Ive read there are some ways to cancel your new 2 year ATT service agreement without paying the ETF, if you give “the right excuse”, has anyone been lucky enough to avoid paying it?

    Which is the best way to do this? Before the first month ends, after I complete the first month, or what? I don’t want Att to ask for my phone back.

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    There are a few ways...the top two I think are "moving" to a place outside the coverage area, or transferring the remaining time of the contract to another individual.

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    In California there is a 30 days buyers remorse which doesn't charge you ETF, it needs to be within 30 days from the day you sign up your contract.

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    Quote Originally Posted by humblehyper View Post
    In California there is a 30 days buyers remorse which doesn't charge you ETF, it needs to be within 30 days from the day you sign up your contract.
    If you use this option you need to give the phone back.

    AT&T enforces that you must return the phone if you cancel within 30 days. So you actually need to wait until your nearby AT&T stores close on the 30th day before cancelling (that way you only pay one month's service). However if you take this option, you do have to pay the ETF (which was doubled just before the iPhone 4 came out)
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    Pretty much there less than 5% chance you will actually get away with ETF.

    However if you are thinking fo the 30 day, you will have to return the phone back and you won't have to pay ETF.

    If you want to take the phone you will have to pay the ETF.. what do you expect?
    They been catching on that is why they even raise the ETF this year before iphone 4 was released

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    Okok, get it, another silly question, may i cancell the contract by phone or online, or I have to go to an ATT store?

 

 

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