Number Five Most-Commented Post of 2007: all cellphone contracts must die

One of the practices in technology marketing that really, REALLY hisses me off is that invariably, the small print in contracts is so much more important than the marketing yada-yada in huge print.When cellphone carriers offer small print clauses, it is usually for the edification of your own pockets.

One of the practices in technology marketing that really, REALLY hisses me off is that invariably, the small print in contracts is so much more important than the marketing yada-yada in huge print.

When cellphone carriers offer small print clauses, it is usually for the edification of your own pockets. In fact, if you read the Terms of Service or other language in that tiny subquark-sized font size so often used, you are really reading your path for how your carrier just might be able to justify screwing you if they deign to do so.

I know you are with me so far. In fact, so many of you have been that you made the post entitled, Yes, all cellphone contracts must die our fifth most-commented on post of this rapidly-closing year.

Wanna recapture the rage? Click the above link to re-read it.

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