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Thu, Sep 29, 2016 12:15 AM

How do I get what I was promises?


I was misled by AT&T local store in Portsmouth, Ohio. They said that a program existed, and it did, where I can trade my old phone back for $650 when I buy a new iPhone. They said the deadline was Sept. 30 and they told me this on Thursday Sept. 22. I went back yesterday, 27th and they informed me that they were wrong. They said that the sell ended the 25th. They admitted that they were wrong. I would have bought the phone before the 25th but I was told the 30th. I was not the only one.
I am punished by their mistake. They now said that I can get $150 for the old phone. Unfortunately, I now have to pay $500 more because of their mistake. I will go and talk to Verizon unless AT&T stands with what they have told me. I was misled. Why can't I get the deal that I was promised?

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Gary L

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4 years ago


@lizdance40 wrote:

 

Promotion was just extended. 

 

 


All I see is a port in option. Am I missing it?

 

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And this part won't be an issue later  😉

"Offer Limits: 1 free device per wireless account per 12 month period"

 

 

 

 

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4 years ago

Oh, I missed that..

Your right it's a different promotion. 

 

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Gary L

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4 years ago


@lizdance40 wrote:

Oh, I missed that..

Your right it's a different promotion. 

 


Someone on these forums taught me that I have to read the fine print!

  • Rember the Golden Rule: Treat others how you would like to be treated.
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