Text from VM about changes on 8/1/13

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  1. m-cman

    m-cman Well-Known Member

    Received a text from VM today about changes to the terms of service beginning 8/1/13. Text said to go to the website to read. Went to site and couldn't find anything about the changes. Anyone know what this is about? :confused:

  2. aml1025

    aml1025 Well-Known Member

    Did they include a link in the text, as they often do? If so, can you post it?
  3. tcomotcom

    tcomotcom Well-Known Member

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  4. m-cman

    m-cman Well-Known Member

    Read most of it but got too bored. :rolleyes: Wonder what has changed? :confused:
  5. vorear

    vorear New Member

    We may change any part of the Agreement at any time, including, but not limited to, rates, charges, how we calculate charges, discounts, coverage, technologies used to provide services, or your terms of Service.

    Anyone know the URL of the old agreement?
  6. vorear

    vorear New Member

    Here is an EULA analysis: License Analysis

    Flesch Score:15.83 [​IMG]Flesch Grade:19 : Beyond Twelfth Grade reading level [​IMG]Automated Readability Index:23 : Beyond Twelfth Grade reading level [​IMG]Coleman-Liau Index:21 : Beyond Twelfth Grade reading level [​IMG]Gunning-Fog Index:48 : Beyond Twelfth Grade reading level
  7. tcomotcom

    tcomotcom Well-Known Member

    I edited my post above with links to both the current and the new T&C's.
  8. warrior12

    warrior12 Well-Known Member Contributor

    I saw something about Roaming. It said roaming may be within or outside of our network. Not sure if thats hinting anything.
  9. tcomotcom

    tcomotcom Well-Known Member

    The T&C's have included a roaming section for the last couple of years, if not longer. I wouldn't read anything into it.

    I assume that they include that info to cover their back sides in situations where a network error allows a person's phone to roam onto another provider's network. It's not supposed to happen and usually doesn't, but if it does, the T&C's are in place.
  10. mrnyjet

    mrnyjet Well-Known Member

  11. DMedina559

    DMedina559 Well-Known Member Contributor

    I wouldn't worry about that. Carriers and manufacturers can't penalize users for rooting, ROMing since it is officially legal.
  12. divinebovine

    divinebovine Well-Known Member Contributor

    Their own terms & conditions can be more restrictive than the law; in fact that's the entire nature of having their own terms & conditions. That said, they'd be hurting themselves if they did enforce that strictly, so they won't.

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