Ask a question
Search in Wireless Forums

Wireless Forum

Reply
Posted Jan 22, 2012
8:46:42 AM
View profile
ETF Question?

Last year in November i added an line to my account to get the iPhone 4, then swapped it to my primary line and gave the current line to a nephew with an HTC Tilt 8925. fast forward to today, my nephew is leaving for a prepaid carrier and i'm looking to cancel the line  that currently has the Tilt.  which ETF Fee would apply to my nephew line, would it be the 325 or the 150?  since at the time of opening the line it was for an iPhone 4, however the current device on the line since november has been the Tilt.

 

 

 

thanks

Last year in November i added an line to my account to get the iPhone 4, then swapped it to my primary line and gave the current line to a nephew with an HTC Tilt 8925. fast forward to today, my nephew is leaving for a prepaid carrier and i'm looking to cancel the line  that currently has the Tilt.  which ETF Fee would apply to my nephew line, would it be the 325 or the 150?  since at the time of opening the line it was for an iPhone 4, however the current device on the line since november has been the Tilt.

 

 

 

thanks

0
(0)
  • Rate this reply
View profile
Solved
Jan 22, 2012 9:46:46 AM
0
(0)
Guru

It will be a prorated portion of $325 - ($10 * # of months plan was in effect).

Accepted Solution

ETF Question?

3,037 views
4 replies
(0) Me too
(0) Me too
Reply
View all replies
(4)
0
(0)
  • Rate this reply
View profile
Jan 22, 2012 9:18:42 AM
0
(0)
Expert

RikoNaz wrote:

Last year in November i added an line to my account to get the iPhone 4, then swapped it to my primary line and gave the current line to a nephew with an HTC Tilt 8925. fast forward to today, my nephew is leaving for a prepaid carrier and i'm looking to cancel the line  that currently has the Tilt.  which ETF Fee would apply to my nephew line, would it be the 325 or the 150?  since at the time of opening the line it was for an iPhone 4, however the current device on the line since november has been the Tilt.

 

 

 

thanks


Pretty well suspect it is the 325.00 since that was the line that you obtained the Iphone on you can verify this be looking at your account online or calling.


RikoNaz wrote:

Last year in November i added an line to my account to get the iPhone 4, then swapped it to my primary line and gave the current line to a nephew with an HTC Tilt 8925. fast forward to today, my nephew is leaving for a prepaid carrier and i'm looking to cancel the line  that currently has the Tilt.  which ETF Fee would apply to my nephew line, would it be the 325 or the 150?  since at the time of opening the line it was for an iPhone 4, however the current device on the line since november has been the Tilt.

 

 

 

thanks


Pretty well suspect it is the 325.00 since that was the line that you obtained the Iphone on you can verify this be looking at your account online or calling.

Re: ETF Question?

2 of 5 (3,030 Views)
Highlighted
0
(0)
  • Rate this reply
View profile
Solved
Jan 22, 2012 9:46:46 AM
0
(0)
Guru

It will be a prorated portion of $325 - ($10 * # of months plan was in effect).

It will be a prorated portion of $325 - ($10 * # of months plan was in effect).

Re: ETF Question?

3 of 5 (3,024 Views)
Solution
0
(0)
  • Rate this reply
View profile
Jan 22, 2012 4:00:51 PM
0
(0)
Tutor

Thanks Guys for the Confirmation. i have no problem paying the ETF, just wanted to confirm, so i know what to expect now on my next bill. thanks again guysSmiley Very HappyMan Very Happy

Thanks Guys for the Confirmation. i have no problem paying the ETF, just wanted to confirm, so i know what to expect now on my next bill. thanks again guysSmiley Very HappyMan Very Happy

Re: ETF Question?

4 of 5 (3,008 Views)
0
(0)
  • Rate this reply
View profile
Jun 10, 2016 11:04:50 PM
0
(0)
Contributor
I lost my phone and got a new one but how do I get plan transferred to new phone?
I lost my phone and got a new one but how do I get plan transferred to new phone?

Re: ETF Question?

5 of 5 (284 Views)
Advanced
You must be signed in to add attachments
Share this post
Share this post