stolen droid

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  1. xxsorobotic

    xxsorobotic New Member

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    my droid is stolen how much would it be to cancel the line completely? Would it be the regular 375$ to cancel any smartphone?
     
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    Call them and freeze it so you dont incur any crazy charges, but yes I think you will have to pay ETF even of it was stolen.
     
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    Call Verizon and tell them what happened NOW. If you don't they have the chance of tacking on extreme charges.
     
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    I would like to cancel my plan with them too since my company's giving my a free iphone so would I pay the whole 375 to cancel the plan since I've only been with verizon for 4 months? And how much is the ETF?
     
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    No idea on those questions sorry
     
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    If you want to terminate your contract now , you have to pay 350$ ETF . They could sell you a refurb Droid way cheaper than 350$ if you talk nicely to a manager at a corporate store , they have a program for lost or damaged phones .
     
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    @ OP, if you have the insurance for the phone they will cancel the line but send you a new phone...
     
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    Yes, you will have to pay the ETF...$350 I think...
     
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    Your phone got "stolen" but you didnt want it anymore anyways because your company will give you one.......hmmmmmm
     
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    Convenient that it was stolen around the time the Incredible came out. :)
     
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    It would depend on your contract. You can also move the phone number over to another Verizon phone
     
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    Stolen...riiiggghhhttt....

    Assuming this is true, the ETF amount depends on when you signed up. Before or after they increased the ETF? I believe they changed it on November 15 of last year.

    Before=$175
    After=$350
     
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