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  1. #1
    justin
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    I cancelled my Sprint PCS account yesterday after being told by one
    person that they would waive the fee and note it on my account if the
    new phones I'd purchased did not work. They didn't, so I called back
    and they refused to waive the fee. They DID charge me for the number
    portability service, WHICH THEY ALSO REFUSED to allow me to use.

    Sprint PCS sucks so much ass it's not funny.



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  2. #2
    Lawrence G. Mayka
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    Re: Sprint and number portability?

    "justin" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > I cancelled my Sprint PCS account yesterday after being told by one
    > person that they would waive the fee and note it on my account if the
    > new phones I'd purchased did not work. They didn't, so I called back
    > and they refused to waive the fee. They DID charge me for the number
    > portability service, WHICH THEY ALSO REFUSED to allow me to use.


    If they refused to waive the termination penalty on grounds of the number
    portability surcharge, they are in Contempt of Court and deserve jail time. All
    reports indicate that the court injunction (requiring them to let you go without
    penalty) lasts until the end of August. This is precisely why we need access to
    Executive Services: To find *someone* in Sprint who is not willing to risk jail
    time merely in order to spite customers.





  3. #3
    Thomas T. Veldhouse
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    Re: Sprint and number portability?


    "Lawrence G. Mayka" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]ssrv26.news.prodigy.com...
    > "justin" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > I cancelled my Sprint PCS account yesterday after being told by one
    > > person that they would waive the fee and note it on my account if the
    > > new phones I'd purchased did not work. They didn't, so I called back
    > > and they refused to waive the fee. They DID charge me for the number
    > > portability service, WHICH THEY ALSO REFUSED to allow me to use.

    >
    > If they refused to waive the termination penalty on grounds of the number
    > portability surcharge, they are in Contempt of Court and deserve jail

    time. All
    > reports indicate that the court injunction (requiring them to let you go

    without
    > penalty) lasts until the end of August. This is precisely why we need

    access to
    > Executive Services: To find *someone* in Sprint who is not willing to

    risk jail
    > time merely in order to spite customers.
    >


    To my knowledge, this ruling is from a district court judge in California
    .... which is where the jurisdiction would end.

    Tom Veldhouse





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