Friday, April 1, 2011

Avoid early termination fees

If you're being charged an early termination fee by an internet provider (or cellular telephone provider) one way to get around this is to tell them you're moving to an area they don't service. You'll want to do a little research first. Make sure to mention how satisfied with their service you've been, and that when you move back in a few months you'll be sure to sign back up with them (wink wink). This can save you a couple hundred dollars.

19 comments:

  1. Interesting.. I am usually too cautious to sign up for agreements :P

    I will keep this in mind for my friends, thanks for the heads up!

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  2. That's a really good tip. I'll keep it in mind.

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  3. that is actually very smart...
    But I don't really think this might work IRL :(

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  4. Interesting.

    Followed.
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  5. That is such a simply resolution I'm surprised I didn't think of it myself. Thanks for the tip.

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  6. Thanks for the info. Could come in handy somewhere down the road.

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  7. ill have to try that if i wanna get rid of something

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  8. wow thats actually awesome to know, I'm definitely going to try that thanks.

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  9. thanks for the advice, i'll keep that in mind for my subscription.

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  10. I love these tips! I'll be definitely keeping up with this blog to learn more

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  11. My uncle is in this position, i'll be sure to let him know of how to get out of the fees. Thanks for sharing!

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  12. I wish I had seen this last week when I terminated my Verizon contract. Followed, brother.

    Hit me up at http://impul.se

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  13. Wow cheers mate, was trying to get out of paying fees. :D

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  14. Good tip, but some stupid providers claim to service areas where they actually don't!

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  15. I wish I would have know this a few months ago. It would have saved me $160.

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