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  1. metroinphilly

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    How can you tell the difference between a corporate store and a dealer?
     

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    The easiest way would be to go to the web site and it'll tell you if it's a corporate store or authorized dealer. But, I also believe that if it's an authorized dealer, their sign has to say that. Where as the signs of the corporate stores only say Metro PCS. I could be way off base, but that's the impression I've gotten.
     
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    Just looked it up, thanks!
     
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    Your welcome. I hope it helped you out.
     
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    A corp store only has metro products and the employees wear a uniform. An authorized dealer may have non metro products and will not have metro uniform. Your best bet it to look for the uniform.
     
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    Double post
     
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    Ok I've read tethering is not allowed on metro pcs most asked questions but are they really allowed to close your account for tethering without warning
     
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    Yes they are. Verizon doesn't do that but they block your tether and asks you to pay tethering fee. I understand the fee if you're on unlimited data but if you have fixed data allotment with high overage fees why charge twice for same data? I see that as blatant theft. Either way I don't tether.
     
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    Don't see how
    Not without some kind of warning false advertisement for unlimited I would get a lawyer and sue no contracts I can do as I will law school 101
     
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    What i meant was that if youre on an unlimited data plan i would understand a tethering fee because by tethering you will probably use 2-500x more data than you would normally on the phone alone. If youre on a fixed ammount of data there should be no tethering fee cause once you go over your limit the cost of additional data is higher than the normal rate.
     
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    I would gladly pay an extra 15 - 20 $ more for tethering capabilities that would be fare but to cancel someones account is an outrage.
     

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