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CENTRAL U.S. -- Sprint breach of contract

Discussion in 'Sprint Forum' started by brtndr1, Jan 27, 2009.

  1. brtndr1

    brtndr1 Member

    Jul 6, 2008
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    Rumor has it, that Sprint changed some administrative fees.And in doing so , are in breach of contract.. Is this true.
    And if so, what are the changes. I'm of the understanding that if a carrier makes any changes to your agreement, and you catch it, you can get out of contract without an ETF within 30 days of said changes. As long as you dont make a payment. If anyone is aware of any changes, hit me up. Thanks in advance for your help.
  2. AnthroMatt

    AnthroMatt Big Meanie
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    Jul 9, 2002
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    San Diego, CA
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    Sprint changed a Fee From 75 to 99 cents
  3. Kalimotxo

    Kalimotxo Bronze Senior Member
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    Dec 8, 2004
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    There's an argument that you can try to get out of your contract without paying the ETF. I haven't heard if anyone has been able to pull it off...

    If you try, be prepared to spend A LOT of time trying to deal with reps on this one.... Depending on how valuable your time is, you might be better off just paying the fee and moving on with life.

    This was mentioned briefly on gizmodo:

    Sprint: Get Out Of Your Sprint Contract ETF Free Until The End of the Month

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