Getting out of GoPhone

tylerdw89

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So, being 18 I don't really have any credit. And I do not know how long it would be until I will have gained enough credit to avoid paying AT&T's fees (I think it was gonna cost me $500). My question is this: After being a GoPhone user for X amount of months do you think AT&T would go ahead and waive my fee since I have been a loyal customer?

GoPhone is cool in theory, but it is a total rip-off beyond all comprehension.

Thanks!
 

htech

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Jul 27, 2007
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um, if you are a go phone user...there is no two year commitment. you just stop paying or refilling your account. Go Phone is separate from the regular ATT accounts so I don't think if you have had gophone for years they would waive any regular postpaid account fees.

So, being 18 I don't really have any credit. And I do not know how long it would be until I will have gained enough credit to avoid paying AT&T's fees (I think it was gonna cost me $500). My question is this: After being a GoPhone user for X amount of months do you think AT&T would go ahead and waive my fee since I have been a loyal customer?

GoPhone is cool in theory, but it is a total rip-off beyond all comprehension.

Thanks!
 

mlass

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I would have the Sales Rep call and see if they can waive the Deposit. The iPhone is a non-subsidized phone and they will just lock you in a 2 year contract.

I had my deposit waived a couple of years ago and last year (added a line). I have an outstanding Bill with them that I will not pay.
 

ps49556n

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So, being 18 I don't really have any credit. And I do not know how long it would be until I will have gained enough credit to avoid paying AT&T's fees (I think it was gonna cost me $500). My question is this: After being a GoPhone user for X amount of months do you think AT&T would go ahead and waive my fee since I have been a loyal customer?

GoPhone is cool in theory, but it is a total rip-off beyond all comprehension.

Thanks!


You do realize that the deposit is returned to you in full after one year of on time bill payments. Just pay the deposit and stop wasting excess money on gophone