- Report: #74188
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Complaint Review: CellularOne
CellularOnePO Box 16110 Duluth, Minnesota U.S.A.
Cellular One ripoff Buyout of AT&T yields confusion bogus contract extension, lost insurance, lies! Anchorage Alaska
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My plan has been switched without my permission and no one can explain why I have 1000 night and weekend minutes for 9.99 per month when my plan should already include unlimited night and weekend minutes! I also have (so far) 87 minutes of bogus roaming charges and I haven't even gone anywhere! They say I have a "verbal" contract extension extending it out a whole year.
My original contract with AT&T should end in two months. They want $200. disconnect service fee, yet I have no contract with CellularOne. Doesn't a consumer have the right to cancel service with a provider they didn't ask for / who isn't providing anything other than a big fat scam?!!! I am filing complaints with the Alaska Attorney General's office, the Better Business Bureau, and the FCC. I didn't ask for the buyout and I shouldn't suffer because of it. Please contact me if any other Alaskans have similar experiences and help me get this resolved!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/05/2003 03:53 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/CellularOne/Duluth-Minnesota-55816-0110/Cellular-One-ripoff-Buyout-of-ATT-yields-confusion-bogus-contract-extension-lost-insuran-74188. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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