Can I get a straight answer from a corporate level agent of Verizon in regards to the Unlimited Data Plans. Are all unlimited data plans going to be eliminated? If so, then if we decide to terminate service they should waive the ETF because they are changing something in our contract that we are not agreeing to. Any response and information would be much appreciated. Thank you.
Unfortunately, when asked to point to the portion of the contract which states ANYTHING about unlimited data, you will be unable to do so because it is not in there. As a result, you will not get your ETF waived if it you cancel your contract.
First of all, will Unlimited Data be eliminated? That question was not answered. Second, If they can eliminate that part of our contract without our consent, then why would we have to pay the ETF fee if we don't agree to their changing something without our consent? Would that not be breach of contract on their part?
Unlimited data plans will not be eliminated if someone with the plan doesn't upgrade the phone or switch plans. If they upgrade to a new phone/switch the plan they will lose it. Like rcschnoor said, there is nothing in the agreement that talks about unlimited data, it actually says that plans are subject to change. As of current, Verizon is not forcing people to change the plan unless te upgrade.
Will unlimited data be eliminated? Being just another customer like yourself, my guess is as good as your, which is why I did not answer that question.
Second, since unlimited data IS NOT part of your contract, they would not be eliminating part of your contract without your consent and therefore not a breach of contract.