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    How Do You Sell YOur Phone Contract?

    what is the exact way in selling... say your rogers phone contract(2 years left) How does it exactly work? anyone care to explain this to this noobie

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    you basically do a TOR which transfer your arrangement/contract from one person to another person. This said the person must have good credit and must pass rogers screening
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    i wouldnt call it selling, just transfering/giving your contract away...

    call up the rep, theres a fee for transfering, $50 i believe, which should be decided b4 doing the transfer
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    Could you sell a contract that has lots of credits from retentions or do those vanish?

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    There's no fee for TOR... I'm 99.9% sure...

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    There is no fee for ToR, but if you want to "sell" the plan, you charge your own fee lol. Credits will stay if the retention rep is nice.

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    cant do tor on retention plans nor promotional plan that have grandfathered

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    Can I do a TOR but still port my number to some other provider?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nomik2
    Can I do a TOR but still port my number to some other provider?
    good question lol,
    i doubt it would work because tor to new guy, but then when u try to do a port you will cancel the service i think .......

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    Technically, you can keep your number, and tor the contract.

    It requires finding a rep who'll do it for you (rather, a rep who KNOWS how to do it).

    TORs are FREE. $100.

    Incidentally...it's illegale to 'sell' your contract lol....

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    Just a note, TOR means Transfer Of Responsibility. Don't call up and say you want to do a TOR cause the rep will most likely not know what the means. Also the TOR is 100% no charge and the credits for the account were carried over to me. I just went through one myself a couple of months back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gfunk
    Just a note, TOR means Transfer Of Responsibility. Don't call up and say you want to do a TOR cause the rep will most likely not know what the means. Also the TOR is 100% no charge and the credits for the account were carried over to me. I just went through one myself a couple of months back.
    Id think if they worked there they would know what TOR stands for.

    and a word of advise if you do a TOR, do a HUP before you do one or else the HUP Tier Level will be reset to the lowest one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gfunk
    ... Don't call up and say you want to do a TOR cause the rep will most likely not know what the means...

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    Are you sure? I think I saw quite a few people who did it... Likely you cannot do TOR of a corporate or student plan if you are not eligible for it, but plain retention plan+credits, why not???

    Quote Originally Posted by sharpshooter2k6
    cant do tor on retention plans nor promotional plan that have grandfathered

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    Of course you can TOR retention plans.. otherwise whats the point

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