Verizon Informative - loop hole to get out of contract in next 60 days
NEW MEXICO -- If you want to get out of your Verizon contract, you can get out in the next 60 days for free!!!
My Aug. bill contained a 'Notice of Introduction of Administrative Charge" and a bunch of text saying what the charge would be for. This struck me as odd since I had a contract and couldn't understand how they could just decide to change it. There was a 'For more information' phone number. That was joke. A recording read back to me exactly what I had read on the bill. OK, call customer service. After twenty minutes, lots of time on hold, a refusal to send me a copy of my 'Customer Agreement' the agent found the fine print.
WE CAN ALSO CHANGE PRICES AND ANY OTHER CONDITIONS IN THIS AGREEMENT AT ANY TIME BY SENDING YOU WRITTEN NOTICE PRIOR TO THE BILLING PERIOD IN WHICH THE CHANGES WOULD GO INTO EFFECT. IF YOU CHOOSE TO USE YOUR SERVICE AFTER THAT POINT, YOU'RE ACCEPTING THE CHANGES. IF THE CHANGES HAVE A MATERIAL ADVERSE EFFECT ON YOU, HOWEVER, YOU CAN END THE AFFECTED SERVICE, WITHOUT ANY EARLY TERMINATION FEE, JUST BY CALLING US WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER WE SEND NOTICE OF THE CHANGE.
That means anyone who want to cancel in the next 60 days can do so 'without any early termination fee'.
My question is this. Is Verizon going to waive termination fees to anyone who cancels in the next 60 days? My guess is only if you point this out!!!!