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    ATT charges $45 activation fee via premier and I do all the work. That’s some junk


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    Got to love people paying $1000 or more for a phone complaining about a one time $20 fee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Hagar View Post
    Got to love people paying $1000 or more for a phone complaining about a one time $20 fee.
    I have to agree.

    The new generation should be labeled the "Entitled Generation". People need to pick and choose their battles much more carefully. It's not like these fees are something new, it's part of doing business. Nobody likes fees and taxes, but it is part of the reality we live in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by veriztd View Post
    I have to agree.

    The new generation should be labeled the "Entitled Generation". People need to pick and choose their battles much more carefully. It's not like these fees are something new, it's part of doing business. Nobody likes fees and taxes, but it is part of the reality we live in.
    It's worth asking. Why pay for something you don't have to?
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    No disagreement, but I had to agree with the prior post. If you can the fee waived, more power to you. Just don't whine about it if they won't offer to waive or credit the activation fee.

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    I've had Verizon waive it in the past but it seems harder nowadays

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    Quote Originally Posted by themanhimself View Post
    I've had Verizon waive it in the past but it seems harder nowadays
    I believe that the CS reps are having their feet held closer to the fire by management to minimize credits on standard fees. Not saying it won't ever happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by veriztd View Post
    I believe that the CS reps are having their feet held closer to the fire by management to minimize credits on standard fees. Not saying it won't ever happen.
    Yeah it's probably possible but seems like Verizon may only waive for a good reason now.

    I remember the days they would mail you a silver RAZR type flip phone for being a winback

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