Plan about to expire

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My 24 month plan will expire in a couple months, 3-30-18. According to the agreement, I will be on a month-to-month basis after that at the same rate I am paying now for an additional 12 months as your Price Lock feature in the agreement states. Hopefully I understand it correctly. Please advise if I am not.
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Gary Tucker

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Steve Frederick, Champion

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After your 24 months has been completed, your contract will be renewed on a month by month basis. You can cancel at any time after the 2 months without penalty.

For the 12 month period after the 24 months, you will not have any price increases unless you choose to change your plan.
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Brad, Viasat Employee

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Steve is correct. You won't have a penalty if you cancel the service. You will just be month to month having fulfilled the original 24 month agreement. You can remain on your same plan as long as you'd like. changing plans have no effect on your account or agreement save for a change in price depending on what is done. We've had customers that's been month-to-month for several years 
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Steve Frederick, Champion

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I have been month to month since April 2014.
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david, Champion

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I don't think they've ever raised the price of any one plan, or if they have I missed it.
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Brad, Viasat Employee

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and the plans don't necessarily "expire" they just get retired. You can stay on them as long as you want as we grandfather you into them (some people rock the Wildblue plans from 10 years ago or so)
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Stephen Rice

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I hope to be the crazy customer that is still on Liberty 12 in 2028.