Comcast Slams Subscribers With Contracts, Early Termination Fees

Want to keep that special triple-play pricing in effect for longer? Just hope you don't want to cancel anytime soon. Comcast has started trying to sucker you into a 2-year contract for the service to lock in the rate with a $150 early termination fee if you cancel OR DOWNGRADE service before it's up. They'll also retroactively charge you the regular price for all of the months you had service, making switching providers a very expensive proposition. I suspect they're looking for ways to cut down on customer churn and shut out competitors to bleed them dry. With networks like UTOPIA and a myriad of new municipal and private wireless options, they're starting to sweat.

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