Originally Posted by akared98
I think att has a new rule about getting out of a contract. for each month a person is in a contract i believe they deduct $5 a month off of the termination agreement. your friend should re read the agreement
AT&T does now do a "pro-rated" ETF, each person's actual ETF will be determined by the rules in place when they signed up. Some ETFs with AT&T are flat $175/line and others are $240 pro-rated over 24 months... and some states have laws that determine maximum charges, etc.
Suggesting that he read his contract/Terms of Service document is excellent advice. However, regardless of what his actuall ETF would be, he would be extremely hard-pressed to find any carrier willing to pay it in order to get him as a customer.