How does she do that? And I mean without an argument.
Verizon phone service? Verizon FIOS? Verizon DSL?
They probably won't argue about it much as long as she is ready and willing to pay whatever amount they say she owes, including any early termination fee if she has made a long-term agreement of some sort.
You can bet that if she's in a contract, she will pay an early termination fee. Tell her to read her contract.
Just found this post. Our son has to move and has 4 months left on his Verizon contract for Fios (Triple Play). He is moving to a new apartment which already has Comcast. Does anyone know if you still have to pay termination fee if you don't live at the place anymore?
Aren't questions like these best answered by calling the company directly?
I would think a call to Verizon would give you the correct info on what happens if you move before the contract is up. Verizon has tons of forums for everything on their site with other users helping. Maybe if you explain the situation Verizon would work with you. Mary
verizon.com has places to ask questions. And, google ~ verizon forums ~ for links to users groups.
Here is the link. Mary
Here is a link that might be useful: verizon forums
I don't know why people sign all of these contracts. I have dealt with two cable companies and ATT, and never had to sign a contract. I would not do business with any server who wanted a contract. My neighbor has a contract with dish and her tv reception has never been any good and she finally paid out of it and signed another contract with someone else.
Because if you want the triple play deal you have to sign for a year or what ever to get it for $99 or that's what is was at one time here in the adds all the time. I have time warner cable and internet, no contract needed and don't have a home phone and even if I did take their phone no contract to sign for their triple play deal. Mary
Cox bundles here, but still no contract as far as I know, it has a cheaper monthly rate when you bundle. I went back to a land line phone and lucked out with a 2 year promotion of $9 a month for their best phone service and no contract.