So I had purchased a Droid Pro a while back, I returned it within the 30 day return policy and ported my number over to Att (I had bought an iPhone) prior to all of this I had already paid my 86 dollar bill which I assume was for the first month. I got a bill a few days ago saying I owed 380 dollars, I'm gonna assume this was the cancellation fee (even though I returned it within the 30 days) so I talked to Verizon on the phone and they said they were going to put a note in my account to try to remove 340 dollars off the bill but he would not go into detail what the other 40 dollars was for, all he said was that it was for tax but didn't say for what. I was told by a friend that when I had returned the phone Best Buy should have called Verizon to inform them that the phone had been returned and that'd be that. I just dont know why they want me to pay the 40 dollars even though I had canceled my line within the first 30 days. I guess my question is, since I was within in the 30 days, was I still suppose to pay for the first bill? I had heard that the only thing you should be paying is the activation fee since thats non refundable. I'm actually gonna go down to Best Buy tomorrow and return the iPhone (I have the Droid Pro on order through Amazon) and exchange it for an iPod touch, that way I have the best of both worlds. I should have just stuck with the Droid Pro in the first place but I really wanted to try iOS, I just didn't realize I'd hate it as much as I do.