Transitioning From Web Developer to Comic Book Author:

Breaking Comcast 2 Year Agreement

A long speech, in short, does anyone have experience in a 2-year contract? Leaving the deal means I have to pay a fine of $10 a month ($100 at that time). d. End User Software Licenses. Software or applications may be required to use certain functions of the service(s). You agree to abide by the terms of all end user license agreements that accompany software or plug-ins to such software, distributed or used in connection with the Services, including, but not limited to, the Terms of Use of the Web Services,, as such agreements may be amended from time to time. All such agreements are included by reference in this Agreement. When this Agreement terminates, all End User Licenses will terminate and you agree to destroy all versions and copies of all Software that you receive in connection with the Services. e. Payment by credit card or cheque. The use of a credit card to pay for the service(s) is subject to the agreement of the card issuer. If we do not receive payment from your credit card issuer or its representatives, you agree to pay all amounts due upon request. If you pay by cheque, you authorize us to cash your cheque electronically.

You agree not to modify or modify this Agreement by restrictive approvals (such as “paid in full”) or other statements or declassifications regarding or accompanying cheques or other payments that we accept, and such notices have no legal effect. b. Customer equipment. “Customer Equipment” means the software, hardware or services that you use in connection with the Services and that are not provided or leased by us or our representative. Notwithstanding the last sentence, all devices that you have purchased from us (or our representative) and under an explicit sales contract constitute “customer equipment”. You agree to obtain from us and our representatives the right to insert CableCARDs and other hardware into the client device, to send software and/or “downloads” to the client device, and to install, configure, maintain, inspect and update the client device. You warrant either that you are the owner of the customer equipment or that you have the authority to give us access to the customer equipment. If you do not own the customer equipment, you are responsible for obtaining all necessary authorizations from the owner to allow us and our agents to access the customer equipment in order to carry out the activities described in this paragraph.

In addition, you agree to provide us or our representatives, if we ask them, with the name, address and telephone number of the owner and/or proof that the owner has granted such permission. For the avoidant of doubt, “customer equipment” does not include Xfinity devices for which you have paid a fee for unsused devices. When it happened to me, they agreed to “punish” me by denouncing the agreement. I must have screamed a little. If you are bound by a one- or two-year contract, the Early Termination Fee (ETF) is a reality that you have to deal with, unless the company has itself broken your contract. Then maybe you can sneak in without having to pay. I have Comcast and I`m moving to another part of the Texas city. However, comcast told me I have to pay $80 to cancel, but it`s not that I don`t want service with them, I just can`t have it. Port Texas allows Suddenlink only on this side of the city….