I have a contract with T-mobile until May 18th 2012. On March 30th I called T-mobile customer service to see what my options would be and was told that my best option would be to go with your prepaid plan as I am a senior citizen that is on a fixed income as well as being disabled. I was told that my prior contract was taken care of with no penalties or fees.
It was a 2 hr. conversation as I wanted to be clear about my choices and responsibilities. I realized after trying to use my email on my phone that it was not working. I then contacted T-mobile the next day and found out that I was not told the truth as my phone is a Blackberry and I would need to pay an additional $10 per month in order to use my email services.
I clearly asked the representative about the email as I have transitioned before and had problems with email. She assured me that there would be no issues. I was also informed that I would need to pay an early-out fee for changing my contract which contradicted what the representative told me.
I immediately asked that I be transitioned back to my old contract to be allowed to complete my contract as I was concerned about completing my obligation and this transition took place. I was told that “your credit will not be affected” but yet T-mobile turned around and reinstated me on to a new contract without my knowledge. My understanding is that there has to be “offer and acceptance” for a contract to be valid and this did not take place.
Because of the aforementioned deceptive practices, I will be completing my business relationship with you as of the end of my original 2 yr. contract date of May 18, 2012. I did not request that I be given a new 2-yr contract. This change was made in error and without my permission. My request was to be returned to my original contract as I could not afford to commit to another 2-year contract. It was very clear to the representative what I was requesting .
She went behind my back and wrote a brand new contract without my knowledge or permission. You did not even have the decency to give me the greatest benefit for my money. You had free phones and a $59.99 plan for unlimited text, unlimited web, and unlimited talk with a 2-year contract pus my email would be operable without any additional fees. I was offered this and I clearly said no because I could not afford it. In my opinion that is worse than stealing and/or literally robbing someone. Its common sense.
Why would I commit to such a thing without taking advantage of the available contractual benefits to a customer that is taking on a brand new contract? This entire venture occurred between Friday the 30th and Sunday the 1st of April, so there are no ussage issues.
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