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How can I get out of my T-Mobile contract?

mrs like to sav 10 March 7, 2007 at 01:40 PM
I live in Atlanta, GA and really dislike my T-Mobile service. Does anyone know of a way to help me get out of the contract?

Thanks,
Mrs Like to Sav
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I live in Atlanta, GA and really dislike my T-Mobile service. Does anyone know of a way to help me get out of the contract?

Thanks,
Mrs Like to Sav
Yes, pay the early-termination fee and you're scott free!

But in all seriousness, if you're trying to avoid the fee, there's basically nothing you can do. All service providers specifically outline the early termination fees in their contracts.
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You can die, join the military, transfer the contract to someone else, or lie to them and tell them you're moving to a part of the country that doesn't have service there.

One way to get them to cancel the contract is make LOTS of roaming calls. This costs them money, and they don't like to loose money.
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You can die, join the military, transfer the contract to someone else, or lie to them and tell them you're moving to a part of the country that doesn't have service there.

One way to get them to cancel the contract is make LOTS of roaming calls. This costs them money, and they don't like to loose money.
I agree with the statement above, call T-mobile and tell them you are moving out of the country. I have known people who have used that excuse in the past and it has worked.Good luck!
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Also, the rest of the carriers have been raising text message rates. I do not think it is a stretch to guess that t-mobile will also be raising rates within the next few months. Then you should have an out.
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