If some decide to stop their internet before their contract is up how much would they have to pay a month

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roxie kwak

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Posted 8 months ago

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Casual Observer

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$15 for every remaining month in your minimum service term as described at:

https://help.viasat.com/articles/Denver_FAQ/Fees-and-instructions-for-returning-equipment-for-discon...

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Martin Seebach

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Roxie, have you been having some trappiste by name of Pavel Kwak? (superb Belgian beer with 18%, This looked like a good spot to set speakers 2dimensional corner. Casual and ivory ;)
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Unless you're a victim of the Viasat-1 refactoring debacle (https://community.viasat.com/viasat/topics/viasat-1-customers-under-attack). In that case, the early termination fees seem to be waived, as was the case when I cancelled my service last week.
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Nathan Hart

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Why are so many ex customers still interested in participating on here?
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Casual Observer

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Except of course wayback suggests otherwise and your "cites" as we know are always taken out of context as you skim them over and provide a summary. Nadler wants the full report.

I wouldn't know what you say in the other forum since the "I miss the old forum" feature is available over there. In fact, I haven't seen a new post in the other forum since Bobbin's of March 5 - not that I'm missing much as we segue into the green new deal. I nominate Jab for Viasat webmaster.

Apparently GetSatisfaction has that feature since mentioned in other GetSatisfaction communities... perhaps the moderators can enable it.
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ExSatUser

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To answer Nathan's question, I sure don't miss this old site, but it is still good for entertainment value reading the have and have nots, and then the far, far outs.
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Casual Observer

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It would be great if the haves would stop oppressing the have nots...

The stark contrast between the haves and have-nots has always existed but in a bandwidth recession the injustices become more painful. Viasat, let my people go!


A history and origin of the phrase will be forthcoming, I fear.

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ExSatUser

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That would be the far, far outs!
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Martin Seebach

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Let his critters go~~