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Unlimited N/W & 1000 MTM Promotions

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Al S, Jan 5, 2004.

  1. John S.

    John S. Guest

    >My contract says Date of Activation: 11/23/2003 Contract Term: 2 years.

    My AT&T Contract expired in Sept of 2003. I recently changed the number of
    minutes in my plan as I was using more minutes than anticipated. I did not
    renew or "get" a contract.

    When I logged in to check my minutes last night I noticed that my previous 1000
    N&W minute promotion that was to expire in March of 2004 now says March of
    2010.

    hmmmmm......

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  2. David S

    David S Guest

    On Mon, 12 Jan 2004 04:15:28 GMT, I <me> chose to add this to the great
    equation of life, the universe, and everything:

    >On Tue, 6 Jan 2004 14:15:03 -0800, "Quick" <dhorwitz@NOSPAMcisco.com> chose
    >to add this to the great equation of life, the universe, and everything:
    >
    >>Please. I think this is the source of all the confusion. The *contract period*
    >>did not end, only the period within which there is an early termination fee.
    >>You still have a contract that can be terminated by either side (at any time).
    >>For example, how do you know how much you will be charged for minutes
    >>over your allowance? VZW can't simply say at the end of the month that
    >>you owe $1 for each minute over, because you have a contract. On the
    >>flip side they can say you owe (and collect) the monthly service charge for
    >>the previous month. BECAUSE you have a contract. right?

    >
    >My contract says Date of Activation: 11/23/2003 Contract Term: 2 years.
    >
    >That sounds to me like the contract *ends* on 11/23/2005. And my
    >confirmation letter says my Unlimited N/W expires on 11/25/2005.
    >
    >I just went through this with my job. Our old contract expired on
    >6/30/2003. We all kept working at the same pay rate we'd had in the last
    >year until we finally settled on a new contract in mid-December (in fact,


    I think forgot to make a point here. Our contract had a (legally mandated)
    no-strike clause. Once the contract expired, we were free to strike.

    What I'm trying to say is, when your contract with Verizon expires, you and
    they choose to continue your service on a month to month basis on the same
    terms, but there is no longer any legal constraint on either of you.

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