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Complaint Review: Voicestream Wireless - Nationwide

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Voicestream the Biggest Rip-off Company

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Its only been 2 months since Ive had voicestream and my phone had got stolen. I call customer service for advice on what to do.
I had the phone suspended but I have 60 days to purchase a new voicestream phone or else the account get cancelled. My original phone cost me about $200 plus a $200 deposit. So voicestream want me to purchase a new phone again, the cheapest is about $150. Which is ridiculous. Overall my total spending would be $550 for service with them. I mean come on a $200 cancellation fee for what "hurt feelings".

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#1 UPDATE Employee

There's logic behind this...

AUTHOR: diego - ()

POSTED: Monday, June 24, 2002

Say you bought a car recently, brand new, and someone stole it. Is the dealership inclined to give you a cheaper car with a discount? Do you have to stop paying for that car? For some reason, people seem to assume that when you get the phone free when you sign up, that entitles you a free phone everytime you lose it. That of course is a ridiculous idea, the free phone was a promotional to draw you in, and if you lose the phone, guess what, you're gonna have to replace.

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