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  1. #41  
    Morals aside, if they make a deal to sell you something at price X versus price Y if you sign a contract, that's fine. BUT, the kicker is that carriers have decided to let you out of your contractual obligations by letting you pay the Early Termination Fee. To turn the tables, carriers don't have to offer that option, they could make you stay and fulfill your contract with them. [That might get challenged in court, but that's the way it is for right now.] The point is, you might think it's "stealing" to get out of the contract, but the carrier is offering the option to do so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wwejason View Post
    The point is, you might think it's "stealing" to get out of the contract, but the carrier is offering the option to do so.
    If someone paid the termination fee and whatever other financial obligations, the ESN won't be locked.
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    If your service gets suspended, doesn't it only affect the ESN of the current phone on your account? Or does it also block the ESN of the original phone that you activated with? And what if you sold that phone months ago to someone else while your account was in good standing?

    Quote Originally Posted by darnell View Post
    I say, if you get it for $99 and don't fulfill your end, you stole it. If someone dislikes the terms, don't sign up.
    Hmmm, so we all agree, if you get it for $99, it's a steal!
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