Verizon has dropped 10 phones from its list of models that will trigger the high $350 early termination fee. Cnet wonders whether this is Verizon’s way of trying to make its “advanced devices are expensive to service” argument more palatable to the FCC, as the remaining models are all smartphones.
Verizon Shrinks The List Of Phones Subject To $350 ETF
By cwalters January 20, 2010
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