NEW ETF Fee for VZW?

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  1. cereal killer

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    That's incorrect. They won't do that....ETF is for customers leaving VZW before their contract is up. Not buying a new phone. You can get 15 new phones in 24 months and not be charged an ETF.
     
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    That's exactly correct. Only if you leave VZW before you contract time is p. After 10 months you can do a yearly "upgrade" Even worse news is the NE2 discount may drop to $50 this year also :blink:
     
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    This was a breakdown of the new every two from the verizon site itself.

    Verizon | Calling Features: New Every Two® - Verizon Wireless Support
     
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    15 phones at subsidized prices in 24 months - I call bullshit and you are talking out of your ass.

    source please?



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    He didn't say at subsidized pricing. He said you can get 15 phones in 24 months and not be charged an ETF. ETF are if you are cancelling your plan to go to another carrier.
     
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    lol exactly...there is not one mention in my post about a subsidized price. I was correcting your (Dean) misinformation about ETF applying to getting a new phone.
     
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    thank you. seriously dean, simmer down.
     
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    So what you are saying is you can go and buy 15 brand new handsets at full price and swap your Verizon service plan from one to the next - of course you can.

    lol,

    but i can also throw my Droid into a drawer and not use it at all for 24 months and go go buy the iPhone V5 and use that and not pay an ETF.

    Nice way to distort the facts there.
     
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    dean what are you doing here? that doesn't even makes sense.
     
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    No one is trying to distort the facts here! Settle down a little bit please. We appreciate your input , but it could be said a little "nicer" if you get my drift :)
     
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    The ETF is ONLY for people canceling their plan and leaving Verizon. You can get an upgrade after a year and they are not going to charge you an ETF. As long as you maintain a calling plan with Verizon they are not going to charge you an ETF.
     
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    They won't even charge you an ETF if your getting a phone within only 10 months, you just have to pay full retail for it.
     
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