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Contract Take Over

Getting a new cell phone can be exciting and it definitely is easy with so many retail stores offering a variety of handsets along with calling cards of dozens of service providers. While it might not take you much time to get a new cell phone and get into a new contract with a service provider, before you do so you must know that getting out of a contract is not that easy and cannot be done fast.
Most service providers offer a contract of no less than a year and if for some reason after getting into the contract you realize that you want to change it you would have to pay a very heavy termination fee for cancelling the contract. That is why it is important that you know all your options, see what’s good for you and then make an informed decision. Another option available other than a new contract is a cell phone contract transfer which basically means that rather than purchasing a new contract you buy a contract along with the handset from someone who already has it and use it for the rest of the period remaining before the end of the contract term.
Why this is really helpful is because first of all the contract would only be short term, so in case you are not happy with the service you can get rid of it within a few months. Secondly, you do not have to spend any money on the deposit fee which you are required to pay in case of a new contract. Read the points given below to know if contract take over would be better suited to your needs:
·         If you are purchasing a cell phone for the first time, then it is better to get it through a cell phone contract transfer, because there might be many things which you might not know about cell phones and service providers so while you are still experimenting and getting to know it, it is better to do it in an economical way.
·         If you are planning to go for a calling card of a service provider which you haven’t used before always go with a contract take over first, if you like the services you can always go for a long term contract at the end of the term.
·         If you are visiting a city on business or for any other reason and only plan on staying there for a few months do not get into a new contract. It would just be too much of a hassle getting out of it later, rather than that just go for a cell phone contract transfer for how much ever time you require.

As can be seen from the above mentioned points, sometimes it is wiser to go for a contract take over rather than investing in a new contract.


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Cellplandepot.com is a community for people looking to get out of their cell phone contract "Plan Droppers" and those looking to takeover a contract "Plan Seekers". This service adds value to cell phone service agreement holders as it satisfies their need to break a contract and avoid the steep early termination fee. Those who takeover a plan will receive numerous incentives such as cash, free cell phones and accessories, and avoid activations fees through the simple transfer process. It is a win-win process as both Plan Seekers and Plan Droppers save money through this innovative service.

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