Hmm. Thanks for the insight! My case was a little special now that I think of it.fluidmax wrote: ↑ Stop peddling this "Buyers Remorse" clause....that only apply to you if you return everything you got from them (As per the CRTC). if you want to keep the equipment they "CAN" charge you activation since your equipment was activated on their network and when you cancelled you didn't return the equipment. Roger's rep are getting lippy since lots of people are calling in to fight for activation fees because of this insane deal.
One thing is for sure...if you got charged activation for opening up the $75 phone plan because your were not an existing rogers customer and you canceled right away ... they should credit back the activation on the "phone plan" since you didn't take any phone from them on that phone plan (which is truly "Buyers Remorse"). as for the activation on the watch....it's all luck and at the mercy of the rep you talk to....btw... They are documenting the interaction when you call in to fight the activation fee..I called 3 times and "every time" the agent made notes to my closed account about me asking to waive the activation fees.
Here is the article explaining in detail what covers under this Mobile Service Trial Period
Pay special attention to section "V" paragraph "B".
I was able to activate on a $30 talk and text plan, and also paid the retail price in store rather than having it on the final bill. I guess that’s why I qualified for buyers remorse on both.