Verizon recently got a smack on the wrist when an FCC probe concerned itself with the reasons the carrier had increased its early termination fee (ETF) from $175 to $350. Therefore, Verizon has responded to the “attention” by taking 10 handsets off of its “advanced phones” list, which were subject to the ETF.
Although some smartphones and Netbooks are still subject to the higher ETF, devices such as the Motorola Krave and Samsung Rogue, among others, have been put in the original $175 ETF bucket.
Verizon also recently raised data prices to compensate for increased pressure on its data networks.
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