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Posted Jan 28, 2008
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Trial Period Disconnect Fee?
This weekend we purchased one of Cingular's AirCards and were told that we had a 30 day trial period. We have decided to switch back to our DSL on our home phone (the same price, but faster and more reliable) and we were wondering if even during the trial period, will we be charged the disconnect fee??
This weekend we purchased one of Cingular's AirCards and were told that we had a 30 day trial period. We have decided to switch back to our DSL on our home phone (the same price, but faster and more reliable) and we were wondering if even during the trial period, will we be charged the disconnect fee??

Trial Period Disconnect Fee?

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aimhoof wrote:
This weekend we purchased one of Cingular's AirCards and were told that we had a 30 day trial period. We have decided to switch back to our DSL on our home phone (the same price, but faster and more reliable) and we were wondering if even during the trial period, will we be charged the disconnect fee??



no, but you will be charged the $36 activation fee if it's been active more than 3 days (and less than 30).


aimhoof wrote:
This weekend we purchased one of Cingular's AirCards and were told that we had a 30 day trial period. We have decided to switch back to our DSL on our home phone (the same price, but faster and more reliable) and we were wondering if even during the trial period, will we be charged the disconnect fee??



no, but you will be charged the $36 activation fee if it's been active more than 3 days (and less than 30).

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