Chapter 93 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2012 Official Edition, is hereby amended by adding the following new section:-
Section 115. A contract agreement between a consumer and a mobile wireless carrier shall not be binding upon or enforceable against any consumer who after purchasing a device and the contract or agreement associated with it at any point during the contract loses wireless service or falls under “dead zones” so called, for a period lasting thirty days or more at the consumers’ primary residence or primary place of business or employment. Consumers who fall under this section may cancel a contract or agreement with a mobile wireless carrier without any penalty or further obligation. Consumers shall provide a reasonable proof of primary residency or place of business or employment to the mobile wireless carrier pursuant to this section.
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