T-Mobile says "me too," gives in to prorated ETFs -- next year

Chris Ziegler
C. Ziegler|11.07.07

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T-Mobile says "me too," gives in to prorated ETFs -- next year
Yep, sure enough, the prorated ETF craze is sweeping the nation. T-Mobile is the latest national US carrier to announce that customers will see their early termination fees decline over the length of their contracts, an obvious effort to stem a groundswell of hate getting launched in carriers' directions lately regarding contracts, ETF policies, and other miscellany regarded as unfair in consumer advocacy circles. One little snag, though: T-Mobile's just announcing its intention to move to prorated ETFs here; they're still crossing their T's and dotting their I's on the new legalese, it seems, and it's expected to take effect in the first half of next year.
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