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“The $325 charge drops by $10 every month as the contract progresses, the $150 one by $4 a month — the same and $1 less, respectively, than the pro-rating Verizon applies to its fees. —”
“The pro-rating of the fees came about after the carriers settled several class-action lawsuits by customers who found it unfair that they paid the full termination fee when breaking a contract after nearly two years.”
“The $325 charge drops by $10 every month as the contract progresses, the $150 one by $4 a month—the same and $1 less, respectively, than the pro-rating Verizon applies to its fees.”
“Or is AT&T correct in pro-rating the amount the way they did?”
“As far as the other policies go: AT&T and Verizon have similar pro-rating plans, (for each month that goes by they deduct $5 from the ETF) but Verizon starts discounting earlier than AT&T, according to Consumer Reports.”
“T-Mobile's ETF does, however, reach a point where their discounts are steeper than Verizon and AT&T's pro-rating.”
“T-Mobile announces pro-rating of termination fees [Consumer Reports]”
“Discounting or pro-rating the early termination fees that cellphone companies love to tack on to their contracts is becoming more common, so we thought we'd make some graphs that show the strengths and weaknesses of the different policies.”
“All the major carriers say it's possible to inadvertently create overages because of pro-rating for the time in the cycle at which you made a change.”
“In short, I hadn't accounted for pro-rating of the included minutes in my plan.”
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