Is a 15-year-old’s contract with a cell phone service valid?
The majority age of a child is established by each individual state, but is generally between 16 and 18 years of age. The laws say that minors are, with few exceptions, legally incapable of entering into contracts.
Your minor doesn’t have to pay — and neither do the parents. To minor should return the cell phone to the company. Also, be sure to send a letter to the company stating your understanding that they’ll close the account. Keep a copy for your files.