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I want to switch to other carriers. ETF and Final bill
Alliana
Member

Hi, I want to confirm that the ETF is 350 or not for Galaxy s7 in two yrs contract. I am with Verizon for three months. I know switching to others may be better because I don't have to pay for data that I didn't even use. I have more than 200 safety deposit. Can I get it back? Or It is seized to pay  for the ETF. What will be the final bill then? The bill will be the difference which is around a hundred and forty?

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Re: I want to switch to other carriers. ETF and Final bill
Ann154
Community Leader
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A little bit of reading material for you regarding switching to another carrier or cancelling the account. Customer Agreement | Verizon Wireless  Post back with questions.

I'm most definitely NOT a VZW employee. If a post answered your question, please mark it as the answer.

Re: I want to switch to other carriers. ETF and Final bill
mama23dogs

If you are only with Verizon 3  months, you would more likely have purchased the phone on device payments,  not a contract.  Check your bill to see if you are paying separate installments on the phone.  

If you are paying installments, the balance due is printed on your bill.