Do you think AT&T would wave my early upgrade fee if I told them I were going to cancel and go to Verizon?

Right now I have a Blackberry on AT&T and am eligible for an upgrade in March, but I really want a new phone now. But if I were to get a new phone now I would have to pay a $350.00 early upgrade fee plus the price of the phone. But if I canceled their service I would only have to pay $175.00 plus the price of the Verizon phone. So I could save $175.00 if I were to switch to Verizon. If I were to point this out do you think they would wave the fee?

3 Answers

  • 8 years ago
    Favorite Answer

    Depends on the sales person. You can tell them the proposition and seek if they're willing to make their commission or lose your business entirely.

  • Ian
    Lv 6
    8 years ago

    I live in the UK so i don't know much about your carriers but i got my carrier Vodafone in the UK to do a similar thing for me.

    They were more concerned about losing my business so they waved three months line rental and let me upgrade early BUT i must say i had been a customer for 10 years and never missed a bill payment so they did it as a sort of loyalty thing. Good luck

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Very unlikely. Might even penalize you for going to the compitition. As an astute businessman, I would - penalize you heavily.


    Source(s): Retired Accountant.
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