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2 year price agreement means nothing if you move!!!

2 year price agreement means nothing if you move!!!

Contributor dsapp0inted
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Registered: ‎06-05-2015
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Extremely disappointed to find out that a rate you lock into when agreeing to a two year agreement means nothing if you move.  At that time, they call it a 'renegotiation' and rates are raised to the local amount.  However, Verizon gets to have it both ways because even though its a renegotation, you cannot back out of the agreement now that the terms are changing because you still incur the extremely high termination fee if you cancel.  I could not have voiced my displeasure enough to the agent on the phone who offered no assistence.  Future customers, particularly renters who may change address should be very aware of this fine print slimy lawyer tactic that Verizon uses to raise rates on what was understood to be a locked in price.

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