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Thread: Does Assumption of Liability still have the same 14 day return policy?

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    Does Assumption of Liability still have the same 14 day return policy?

    I feel like a total idiot right now, but I took over an unlimited account a few days ago. I think it's a mistake. It'll putting more of a strain on my finances than I thought and I have had a poor experience with Verizon so far, service-wise and support wise. I already got charged for a BS fee and would just rather work with prepaid. I'm very close to just porting back to T-Mobile.

    The contract ends in November. I'm ready to cut my losses and move back to T-Mobile. My question is whether I still qualify for the 14 day cancel policy since I took over a line via AOL?

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    Details on the fee? The 14 days is for returning actual products. Your best bet is to sell the plan, and like you said, cut your losses.
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    The 14 day return policy would only apply to a new contract. Since the one you assumed is already well into its 24 month commitment, you would not be eligible for the 14 day return.

    On the bright side, an unlimited data plan is a huge selling point so you should have little trouble finding someone willing to take it off your hands.

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    If you have an S4 on Verizon, I'd just hang tight about a few months or so.

    Your device supports AWS, which VZW is supposed to start turning on in the 2nd half of the year. The D.C. area has 40MHz of AWS spectrum, which would triple their current capacity. And, given that very few devices support AWS as of now, you can expect your speeds to get a huge, huge, huge boost.

    Verizon's 4G network.

    I live in California, not New York. I actually dislike New York.

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    It's not the coverage, it's the price. After taxes, it's much more than I thought it would be.

    Does anyone know what the account number is for porting into Google Voice? Not sure if it's 123456789-00001, or 123456789.

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