There are a few mitigating factors that determine the type of penalties you have to pay for cancelling your Verizon service. Where are you in your agreement? Did you buy your phone from Verizon? We`re going through the nitty gritty. Large mobile phone companies like Verizon are very good in small print. And they are masters of the fact that if you meet the smiling salespeople in their office, who assure you that you are in good hands, there is a customer agreement that comes, which has in it some things that would probably make you scream. If you are a prepaid customer and we send you messages, they will be immediately considered received if we send them to your wireless device or an email you have given us, or if we publish them as a precall notification about your service, or after three days if we send them to the most up-to-date address we have for you. If you need to send us messages, please send them to the prepaid customer service address at verizonwireless.com/contactus This – Your service at Verizon has been governed by a service contract that includes a 2-year termination clause. They have exceeded the notice period and are no longer responsible for early termination fees, but other contractual conditions apply. Unfortunately, we all use the term “contract” casually to refer to the notice period, but from a legal point of view, there are constant business conditions that govern your relationship with the company, and these do not end after two years. www.verizonwireless.com/b2c/support/customer-agreement This agreement and the documents it contains constitute the whole agreement between us. You cannot rely on other documents or what is said by sales or after-sales staff, and you have no other rights to the service or this contract. This agreement does not benefit third parties, with the exception of our parent companies, related companies, subsidiaries, agents, predecessors and rights holders. If not, if we agreed otherwise in this agreement, this agreement and all the disputes that fall within that agreement are governed by federal law and state laws that include the prefix of your wireless phone number, if you have accepted that agreement, regardless of the conflicts of the laws and rules of that state.