How To Get Out Of Your Verizon Wireless Cell Phone Contract in 2013 without an Early Term Fee
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If you have a current Verizon Wireless contract, you may be wondering how you can get out of your two year contract without having to pay early termination or cancellation fees. When Verizon changed a regulatory fee last year, that opened up the option for customers to say they did not agree with the change and cancel their service. This particular option has now expired however it is important to look at your contract and see if there is any reason you are able to end your contract legally. One such reason would be that Verizon did not keep up their end of the bargain. If you are receiving poor reception, if they are not providing the service they advertised, if they continued to drop calls etc, these are all reasons you can contact Verizon to try to end your contract.
In most cases, service interuptions and fee increases are valid reasons to ask to get out of your contract. You can also contact Verizon wireless customer service and let them know your situation. There is no guarantee, but if you are facing a hardship you can always ask if they will relieve you of your contract obligation. You may not get the result with the first person you speak with, but you can always try, try again.
Another option is to switch out your contract with someone else. If you are a Verizon customer and you need to switch to Sprint, there may be someone willing to swap providers with you. Check out Cellswapper or TradeMyCellular websites to locate a possible swap.