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AT&T Confirms Device Upgrade Fee Rising to $36

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Top message:  The new "How Dare You Deny Our Power" Fee by planethulk   Feb 11, 2012, 6:44 PM

Replying to:  Re: "... now can get out of their contracts for free since the fees have now changed" by LibtardExposer   Feb 13, 2012, 1:34 PM

Re: "... now can get out of their contracts for free since the fees have now changed"

by HatesBlackberrys    Feb 13, 2012, 3:12 PM

Hello, Mr. Full-of-it.

You maybe a salesman, but you're one of those ones at the store that tries to rush the customer without ever having them read their contracts or you read them for that matter.

An upgrade fee is reflected only associated with actually upgrading the phone, which is associated with signing a new contract.

In order for the customer to be charged this fee, they have to upgrade and essentially agree to the new contract. So, the customer is not agreeing to the new fee until they upgrade. Only then does this fee matter, but in order to upgrade, they have to agree to it. Without upgrading, they don't get charged the fee because they never renew, then eventually going on a month-to-month. But, contract doesn't change for anything else, and the fee is not a substantial change to the contract. NO WAVER!

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