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keef

@verizon.net

Contract Change?

I don't pirate stuff, but does anyone know if this will make Verizon change their contract terms with customers (as in customers having to re-commit or reject the contract changes)?


Angrychair

join:2000-09-20
Jacksonville, FL
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said by keef :

I don't pirate stuff, but does anyone know if this will make Verizon change their contract terms with customers (as in customers having to re-commit or reject the contract changes)?

Awww, that's sweet. You think that you have any sort of recourse besides cancelling your monopoly service provider.

Just so you know, I can't ever recall a terms of use agreement that didn't allow them to simply change it on their own whim whenever they felt like it with no need for your consent.

Skippy25

join:2000-09-13
Hazelwood, MO

I think you are confused. They can change anytime they want, but they ALWAYS have to inform you and you ALWAYS have to agree to it.



TSF

@comcastbusiness.net

They notify you by putting a note on your bill that the terms of use are updated, and you agree to it by continuing to subscribe.

You do not, however, have any chance to actually negotiate terms of use or reject new terms in favor of continuing old terms.


gruntlord6

join:2010-06-10
Barrie, ON

said by TSF :

They notify you by putting a note on your bill that the terms of use are updated, and you agree to it by continuing to subscribe.

You do not, however, have any chance to actually negotiate terms of use or reject new terms in favor of continuing old terms.

You are actually allowed to cancel your contract for free if they changed a term that was originally on it, at least in canada that is how it works.