Dear ABC News Fixer: I'm an active duty servicemember who was stationed in Germany with the U.S. Army from November 2010 to June 2012. While there, my wife and I had cell phones through the German parent of T-Mobile, Deutsche Telekom.
After my deployment to Afghanistan, my unit’s orders were cut short and we were sent back to the United States early. The new military orders should have been sufficient to void the contract with no penalty -- as was the case for most people. The person at the Deutsche Telekom office even told me no...
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