Depends on what you mean.
If you want out of your contract you used to be able to give your phone to someone in a roaming area then let them rack up the super expensive minutes. Companies were more prone to let you out at that point.
At this point it's all about proving lack of service. Then the companies will fight you to the end. Then you have to fight with all the credit bureau.
The cell phone business is basically a monopoly. Two year contracts are sold under the guise that the lower the cost of the phone. When the real intent is to lock you into a payment plan so they can bend you over.
Contracts only benefit the cell phone companies.
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