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Mon, Dec 7, 2020 9:00 PM

Bulk Agreement - Unlimited Data & FTTH

My development signed a new Bulk Agreement with Xfinity, beginning on January 1. In the agreement, every resident will have unlimited data, No Questions Asked.

Why does Xfinity suddenly have the right to breach agreement & state that if one's not using their modem, they don't qualify for Unlimited Data?!?

Also, in the agreement, Xfinity is required to run FTTH. But after talking directly to Xfinity, they state nothing's being done. I have FTTB, where the single mode converts via a Linear Equalizer, and sends signal via coaxial cable to breakout boxes. Xfinity is not taking the existing Single Mode fiber and attaching it to a PON (Passive Optical Network) splitter, to deliver FTTH.

By definition of the signed contract Xfinity is violating the legally signed agreement.

How can one resolve these issues, with Xfinity being unwilling to discuss violations of agreement?

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8 m ago


@TV-Tech wrote:
My development signed a new Bulk Agreement with Xfinity, beginning on January 1. In the agreement, every resident will have unlimited data, No Questions Asked.

Why does Xfinity suddenly have the right to breach agreement & state that if one's not using their modem, they don't qualify for Unlimited Data?!?

Also, in the agreement, Xfinity is required to run FTTH. But after talking directly to Xfinity, they state nothing's being done. I have FTTB, where the single mode converts via a Linear Equalizer, and sends signal via coaxial cable to breakout boxes. Xfinity is not taking the existing Single Mode fiber and attaching it to a PON (Passive Optical Network) splitter, to deliver FTTH.

By definition of the signed contract Xfinity is violating the legally signed agreement.

How can one resolve these issues, with Xfinity being unwilling to discuss violations of agreement?

Are you an attorney for the development?  Were you instrumental in bringing this agreement to the community?  Are you a representative for the community?  Does your community have a Comcast/Xfinity representative?  Have you read the specific contract in full?

 

The signing party or representative for the community needs to be the one raising these questions with Comcast. 

CCAndrew

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8 m ago

Probably start with your development’s legal representation, Comcast can make changes (it’s in the fine print).

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