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Assumption of liability to prepaid accounts

Miembro

I am trying to cancel my tablet line, since I am mostly on my phone. Is there some way I can transfer that tablet line to a prospective prepaid account?

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Re: Assumption of liability to prepaid accounts

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You can switch to Prepay anytime, just call 888-294-68044 but are you still on a contract ?

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Re: Assumption of liability to prepaid accounts

Líder Sénior

No.  A contract must stay a contract.

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Re: Assumption of liability to prepaid accounts

Novice

You can switch to Prepay anytime, just call 888-294-68044 but are you still on a contract ?

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Re: Assumption of liability to prepaid accounts

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Yes you can. But talk to Telesales 800-256-4646 they're the team who handle that change.

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Re: Assumption of liability to prepaid accounts

Miembro

Thanks very much!

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Re: Assumption of liability to prepaid accounts

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Prepay Customer Service number is 888-294-6804

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You're Welcome!

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Valquiria, you are so smart!!!!, but... if the contract is over there is no need to contact Telesales, just call Prepaid Customer Service and those kind guys would be able to activate the tablet on Prepaid, isnt so?

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If the contract its over the process is the same

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iBrain arreyou still in a contract.   Your subject implies you are since you want assumption of liability.   You can't get out of that contract without ETF.  I believe you are getting false hope here.  

santiagoqa how can someone get out of a contract and go to prepay? I never heard of such an allowance.  Prepay has no contract thus can't switch to prepay if you are still in postpay contract.