Verizon Extends Return Period for New Devices From Now Until January 15

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If you are planning to pick up a new phone from Verizon between now and December 25, you’ll be pleased to learn that you have an extended window to return it should you decide it’s not the phone for you. Big Red, according to their updated return policy, is giving holiday purchases up until January 15 to return new devices. And actually, if you purchased a phone as far back as November 22, this covers you as well.

Here is the updated policy:

Purchases made between November 22 and December 25, 2012 may be returned or exchanged through January 15, 2013. All other provisions of Verizon Wireless’ Return & Exchange Policy continue to apply, including the restock fee.

Normally, Verizon only gives you 14 days to return a phone, but just like last year during the holidays, they are extending the trial period. The same restocking fees still apply.

Via:  Verizon

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