Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Verizon pushes its upgrade fee to $30 on April 22nd

Only a matter of time. Other carriers, such as AT&T, have hiked up their upgrade fees already, and now Verizon is jumping on the bandwagon.


Big Red announced this morning that April 22nd will be the magic date in which it will charge you a cool $30 just for the privilege of purchasing a subsidized handset and signing a fresh two-year commitment. 


It is still less than the $36 that AT&T and Sprint currently demand, but still...


Below is the announcement/press release.

On April 22, Verizon Wireless is implementing a $30 upgrade fee for existing customers purchasing new mobile equipment at a discounted price with a two-year contract. This fee will help us continue to provide customers with the level of service and support they have come to expect which includes Wireless Workshops, online educational tools, and consultations with experts who provide advice and guidance on devices that are more sophisticated than ever.

While the upgrade fee is not unique to Verizon Wireless, most devices can be traded in with our green friendly trade-in program at www.verizonwireless.com/tradein as a way to save money or potentially offset the fee completely.

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