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Re: Of course...
said by anon anon :If the phone is paid off, you should be able to bail. said by 8744675:
Yeah, the service should cost less and there should be no 2 year contracts and no ETF's.
With t-mobile you are still required to sign a 2 year contract. And why shouldn't you? If you are financing a phone you shouldn't be able to bail before it's paid off.
"If it can't be done with brains, it can't be done with hours" - Clarence "Kelly" Johnson
said by Time:And it take 20 months to pay off the phone. I think you need to look up how t-mobiles new plans work. Take say a Galaxy SIII you pay $200 down and then pay $20 extra on your bill for 20 months to pay off the other $400. Now please explain why someone should be able to leave before those 20 months are up?
If the phone is paid off, you should be able to bail.
and we'll just forget about the OTHER 4 months they're locked into AFTER the phone is paid off. No biggie... right?
The "2 year contract" was a "gimmee" that people conceded to in order to get the subsidy. Now that the subsidy is gone, there should be NO commitment past the paying off of the phone. REALLY, there should be NO commitment from Day 1. They are selling you a phone period.When you buy a car, does the company financing it tell you on which streets you can drive it? Well, neither should the company selling you a phone.