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Sorry you lost your job but pay us anyway.... T Mobile Seriously?

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Cinnamongirl
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Sorry you lost your job but pay us anyway.... T Mobile Seriously?

For a company that praises itself for its customer service, I found that their stance on this is indefensible. Their position on this boils down to if you are taking a job out of the area, make sure to check the service levels in your new home town because even if we don't have any cell phone towers there or even sell phones there at all, you are on the hook for your whole ETF and then some.

http://consumerist.com/2012/05/t-mobile-sorry-you-lost-your-job-and-had-to-move-heres-your-500-etf-bill.html

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Fool for the City
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The communications industry

The communications industry continues to lead ALL other types of business in customer service complaints. This includes cell phone and cable/dish and internet providers. They  ALL flex their muscle in situations like this, while gouging us for high fees for a service that doesn't really cost them that much to operate. It's B.S.angry:::

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