If you call att and complain about the drop call

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Hing, Jun 29, 2010.

  1. Hing macrumors regular

    Mar 2, 2008
    Will they let you out the contract without the ETF?
  2. iphone1105 macrumors 68020


    Oct 8, 2009
    prob not, youre sol
  3. Munitalp macrumors 65816

    Jul 17, 2007
  4. Hing thread starter macrumors regular

    Mar 2, 2008
    What If its after 30 days and the drop call issue still not solve?
  5. Munitalp macrumors 65816

    Jul 17, 2007
    Their policy is 30 days, you can return and avoid the ETF however you do pay a restocking fee. After that you're a 2 year AT&T customer or pay an ETF.
  6. raremage macrumors 6502a

    Nov 21, 2005
    Orlando, Florida
  7. KameronBriggs macrumors 6502


    Feb 8, 2010
    Somewhere Sunny, California
    I heard somewhere that if you don't get service where you live ( like your house ) they will let you out of your contract. Not sure if it's true or not...
  8. maflynn Moderator


    Staff Member

    May 3, 2009
    There's a difference between no service and dropped calls. Clearly if you could get out of the contract because of dropped calls, there'd be a mass exodus from AT&T :eek:
  9. dsn112 macrumors member

    Jun 18, 2009
    I got out of verizon this way along time ago. The coverage map has to look really bad around your zipcode. You also have to be super nice to them. I told them I used it for business and I couldn't make any calls from my home, where I ran my business. It took a little time and advancing to supervisors, but I got out of it.
  10. aristobrat macrumors G5

    Oct 14, 2005
    FWIW, the contract you signed when you bought your iPhone has this in it, which seems to cover equipment with issues.

  11. coelacanth macrumors 6502

    Jul 19, 2004
    My friend actually got off the contract w/o paying ETF this April. He was actually having too many drop calls and as an IT manager for a startup, he just couldn't deal with it any longer. He was always on the phone with AT&T CS. One day, he finally pulled plug, and AT&T agreed to let him go.

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