Hi guys - from what I understand, since Jan 2012 there was a newer, much more fair policy enacted by Rogers for early cancellation fees (instead of $500 lump fee, person would pay a fraction of economic inducement).
I am unlucky to have signed on a few months before the new rules were in place. I am now planning on leaving Canada so I need to cancel Rogers plan - and it's going to cost me a total of $475, which includes voice and data fees. Plus I want to unlock it ($50)...and if you consider I paid $170 cash when I signed on for the phone, I am feeling crappy.
My question is, is there any way to have them give me the new cancellation policy? I'd much rather pay that than the one I am on. Any tips or experience?
Unless it has changed, switching to or from a family plan automatically renewed your term
What ircu is suggesting is upgrading to a $89.99 prepaid phone which used to be $9.99 + $35.
Then your economic inducement would be $80 ($89.99 - $9.99), plus $12.50 SDF and 30 days.
May or may not be cheaper depending on your current ECF as above would be $137 + 30 days.
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