What is the terms of 12-month term agreement mean?
When Comcast says, “The offer is subject to the terms of your 12-month term agreement,” does this mean you can cancel it anytime after 12 months? Or is it saying you cannot use their service after 12 months?
- 3 weeks ago
it implies you can drop it without an end charge following a year, it likewise implies they can change what you are charged after that a year, you can drop whenever you like, however on the off chance that you drop before the year term you will be charged an early cancelation expense
- WishmasterRexLv 44 weeks ago
It means that you are legally bound for one year and made an offer you can't refuse.
- RPLv 74 weeks ago
It means the duration of the agreement is one year.
- LarryLv 51 month ago
You are legally bound to keep the original 12 month term (12 month) agreement. If you want to keep it longer just renew the term agreement.
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- busterwasmycatLv 71 month ago
terms as in details of the contract (items defining how the contract works) rather than term as in period of the contract. In effect, the term of duration (the 12 month term) is one of many terms of the contract. those all apply while the contract is in force (over the duration of the contract).
The idea here is that the contract is for 12 months, and cannot be cancelled during those 12 months (except according to exemptions that might, or might not be, detailed in other terms of the contract). What happens after 12 months is not really part of this contract. You would need to renew the contract or create a new one. This one will end at 12 months.
Often, limited-duration contracts such as leases and service agreements do contain terms addressing how the contract can be extended beyond the duration of the primary contract (automatic renewal is fairly common, meaning that you have to terminate the contract rather than just let it end).
- catwhisperer07Lv 61 month ago
The key word is "terms". What are your terms? This will answer your question.
- Spock (rhp)Lv 71 month ago
it means that your present price will be given for 12 months ... and that after that, they're going to raise the price on you
- Pearl LLv 71 month ago
i would ask comcast this question
- MattLv 61 month ago
it means you can cancel it without a termination charge after 12 months, it also means they can change what you are charged after that 12 months, you can cancel anytime you like, but if you cancel before the 12 month term you will be charged an early cancelation fee