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I wanted to switch to Helio but...

by usual    Sep 8, 2007, 3:30 PM

I wanted to switch to Helio this week but I can't. Helio wants a $350.00 deposit from me to give me an account. That is just crazy, I don't have immaculate credit but I certainly don't have horrible credit. No other provider has ever required a deposit from me at all, let alone $350.00 and I have had most of the major providers here in the US. So with this deposit, the termination fee from my current provider, the cost of the new phone and the last bill from my current provider I would be looking at close to $1000.00's just to switch to them.

You would think they would be doing whatever they can to get more customers. The employee's at local stores have also commented on losing many new customers because of this confusing high deposit.

I hope Helio changes their ways, I was dissapointed to say the least.

Maybe if I get my credit score up to like 850 they will only want a $100.00 deposit.

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