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said by silentlooker:Wrong. The only reason why you sign a contract in the 1st place is to get a discount on the cell phone. Once you sign that contract, Verizon gives you a discount on the phone and you pay the difference making the phone yours. said by Rambo76098:
Once I sign the contract, it ceases to be Verizon's phone. The device is mine, and I'm legally entitled to do with it as I please. Hence the iPhone jailbreaking decision.
No the phone is still Verizon unless you outright purchased it. It 's your phone once the contact ends or you just buy it out. The contract that you signed with Verizon defines who owns the phone and what you can do with it.
said by Jameson:Couldn't agree more. Well, you kind of have to take it easy on the phone during the buyer's remorse period. Most carriers have a thing where if you don't like the phone and/or service, you can return it within X amount of days without having to pay ETF (you'd still be charged pro-rated service and non-refundable activation fees). The number of days varies from carrier to carrier. However, once you have kept the phone/service past that period, you must either pay monthly bills or pay ETF and jump ship early. Either way, the phone is yours to keep.
Wrong. The only reason why you sign a contract in the first place is to get a discount on the cell phone. Once you sign that contract, Verizon gives you a discount on the phone and you pay the difference making the phone yours.
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