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Old 06-17-2010, 09:48 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by fonephreak View Post
taxes aside:
suppose you had a 2 year contract at 40.00 a month & you wanted to raise your customer's fees - that is, change the terms mid-contract. That wouldn't be so legal, would it? & your customer would have the right to pick up & walk away from the contract, killing the goose laying the golden eggs. Hmm... Suppose instead of increasing charges openly, you add in open-ended "administrative fees" & "surcharges" - that would work!
Sprint has actually done exactly that in the past, increased fees and people could cancel.
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