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Old December 29th, 2012, 01:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default $98 for Galaxy s3 at Walmart with contract. Cancel contract and pay $200 etf = $300 Galaxy s3?

So basically I would be paying $100 for a t-mobile contract phone, $200 for the etf, making it a $300 phone, which is $250-$300 cheaper than I've been seeing it elsewhere to pay for it in full.

The thing is, once I cancel the contract (I'd do it after having it for one month by the way), I would want to stay with t-mobile on one of their prepaid or value plans. I understand there may be some extra fees involved like taxes or activation or new sim card, but even then it would only come out to about $400 right?

What is it exactly that would stop someone from doing this? Other than the ethical implications of course. Would t-mobile prevent me from doing this? If not, why does this loophole exist?
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