Getting mobile phones free from contract?

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  1. Therookie

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    Uh, what? The phone is "subsidized" by the contract. If you want a 'free' phone go with some prepaid service where you pay like 30$ for the phone and it comes with minutes.
     
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    Fake name address VCC my friend how?
     
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    Very grateful if anyone can post instructions how to get phone free without paying the contract.
    Er not using home address of course.
     
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    I dont think this can work - if I am understanding you right.
     
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    How are you understanding me?
    Do you understand the question?
     
  7. YoungGuns

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    Yeah I bought an at&t refurb prepaid phone that would normally retail for over a hundred if it wasn't a refurb but I only paid $35. It came with A $25 prepaid card along with an extra $10 in minutes if you activated it within a week, so it was really free.

    I looked into seeing if I could order a bunch and resell them, but I think at&t limits it to only a few per household.

    The refurb looked like a brand new phone, by the way.
     
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    I assume you've purchased a new phone with contract, right? If you have, you would know they take down a lot of information. They run a credit check, if your credit is too poor they will require a deposit. This deposit is usually 400$ or so. If you terminate the contract they will usually take 175-275$ as an early termination fee. Either way, they get their cash for that new phone.
     
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    You people rock. Like me ha ha.
    But no BHnoobz I have not purchased a phone.
    I want to try and get a free phone without paying the contract so I have to sign up for contract but of course its with VCC and not my address.
     
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    well maybe it works differently in britland. in the us and a , you fill out an application with some personal details. they use your SS# to check your credit. they will also use that ss# to enforce the contract should you default on the payments..