It is always nice to have a new device for a month. Two weeks might not be enough to fully test network coverage and performance, so this comes as bad news for those that have been considering going with Ma Bell. This change applies mostly to consumers, as AT&T has clarified that certain business owners will be able to stick with the current return policy.
All the details are below, so check them out before you go and get your new service. Keep in mind this policy might be different for certain states that require longer return periods, so always ask the representative and read the fine print.
With that said, shop carefully and tell us what you think! Would you say a 14-day return window is enough to test a new phone and service?
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