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Old November 3, 2010, 08:02 AM
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If you're going to switch ISPs, I think you should stay away from DSL cus of the UBB.

And dunno if anyone saw, but here's some useful info.

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Ok anyways. For the 15/1 cable service, I understand we have to pay upfront for a whole year and everything. What if I wanted to leave a couple months after because I wasn't satisfied with the service, such as slow speeds, poor service/customer support? Are there any contract breaking fees? I imagine there are....
No fees to leave, but if you've already paid for the full year, you don't get a refund. You have 30 days to test it out though.
Ouch. Meaning once I sign that contract, I'm here to stay, whether I get good or bad service from Acanac. No I'm not saying they're bad. I just tend to be a bit pessimistic...
That's a little bit inaccurate.
There are no contracts with Acanac, it's a term plan, meaning they have charts of prices based on how long you stayed with them. If you pay for 12 months and after 6 you want to quit, they will look at how much they would normally charge for 6 months and credit you the difference.
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