Contracts and customer agreements often come with pricey cancellation policies. Since getting out can cost you a hefty buck, BillShrink has collected a list of the most expensive things that you want to carefully cancel.
On Tuesday, the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) sent inquiries to AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint and T-Mobile, the four main wireless carriers, along with Google regarding Early Termination Fees (ETFs) and questioning their necessity. The FCC remarks that there is no standard framework throughout the wireless industry for applying ETFs to customers. Because of this, the FCC has sent a set
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More than 60 million Americans say they are likely to cut back on wireless service to save money if the economy gets worse over the next six months. But no need to be too hasty… the right cell phone plan can help you save money without reducing talk time or fun bonus features!