Originally Posted by 55pilot
The 30 day test period is for you to evaluate the phone/service and cancel if you are unhappy. Once you get past 30 days, you are basically accepting that the service is acceptable to you.
If you were canceling at 31 or 32 days, you might be able to get away with it. I have seen it being done at 31 days. But if you let it slide, I do not think you will have much of a case.
You can try fighting with collections about the cancellation fee. They may give you a small break. But otherwise you are most most probably going to see a negative mark on your credit report.
I purchased the phone off contract. It does not seem to matter now what phone I use in this area I drop calls all the time no matter where I am and two hours away at my parents house I get little or no service. We live in a small town and service here is only good with Verizon. With that said someone told me if I complain more then three times there is a Lemon law and they have to let me out of contract. Is this true?