T-Mobile Waiving Activation Fees for the Weekend
Starting Feb. 13 and running through Feb. 16, T-Mobile will be offering credit towards its standard activation fee. The credit will be available online, in stores or by calling Customer Care.
Verizon Raising Activation and Upgrade Fees Feb. 5
Verizon Wireless plans to increase fees it charges customers when they activate a new line of service or upgrade to a new device. On Feb.
Microsoft's Lumia 950 Hits AT&T Stores November 20
AT&T today said the Microsoft Lumia 950 smartphone will be available online Nov. 17 and in stores Nov.
AT&T to Raise Activation and Upgrade Fees
AT&T today confirmed to Phone Scoop that it plans to raise some fees beginning August 1. Moving forward, the activation fee for one- and two-year plans will increase from $40 to $45.
AT&T Increases Activation Fee to $40
AT&T has bumped up the price of activating new equipment on two-year plans from $36 to $40. The change went into effect June 8.
AT&T Resurrects $100 Credit for Next Plan Subscribers
AT&T today rekindled a $100 credit offer to new and existing customers who add a new line of service with a smartphone on an AT&T Next plan. The Next plans allow customers to pay for devices over time, don't require upgrade/activation fees, and don't require annual service contracts.
why is this news?
Sam's Club Always waves the fee
I find it odd to find this on the front page.
Some what not right...
The full email I rec'd says:
Starting in mid-December 2008, T-Mobile eliminated the $18 upgrade fee that applied across-the-board to all handsets (including the T-Mobile G1) and in all channels (e...
In other words, you don't have to ask them to waive it for two days!