Cell Phone Early Termination Fees

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September 22 2005

Lawyers are investigating unfairly charged early termination fees on cell phones. Consumers have complained that some cell phone companies have charged early termination fees when service was cancelled within 30 days from the start date; consumers have also reported that early termination cell phone fees were charged despite several complaints to their carrier about inadequate service and dropped calls.

Information on Cell Phone Termination Fees

Lawyers are investigating Early Termination Fees which were unfairly charged in either of the following two circumstances:
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  • Where service was cancelled within 30 days from when it was started.

  • Where early termination fees were charged despite several complaints to your carrier about inadequate service and dropped calls.

If you (1) either complained about the quality of wireless service but got no satisfaction, or cancelled the service within 30 days from its start, (2) were charged an early termination fee, whether or not you actually paid it, and (3) are ready to do something about it, please fill out the form below.

Wireless telephone carriers have charged early termination penalties despite their failure to supply adequate telephone service. The practice of charging these unfair fees to customers who terminate their unsatisfactory wireless phone service is designed to lock customers into staying with companies that cannot provide satisfactory service.

Cell Phone Early Termination Fees Legal Help

If you (1) were unfairly charged an early termination fee, (2) actually paid the fee, (3) complained about the quality of service but got no satisfaction, and (4) are ready to do something about it, please fill in the form to the right to submit your complaint to a lawyer. California residents are especially invited to respond.
Last updated May 28 2010