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Soon I won't have any movie channels from my original contract

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Soon I won't have any movie channels from my original contract

Well viewing todays 2/3/2020 PDF statement (Feb-March billing cycle), I lose MoviePlex in March that was included in my original contract.

Soon I am sure I won't have any movie channels left to watch.

Thanks Xfinity.

 

Effective March 24, 2020, MoviePlex will no longer be available through Xfinity.


The Regulatory Cost Recovery fee is neither government mandated nor a tax, but is assessed by Comcast to recover certain federal, state, and local regulatory costs.
Information on programmer contract expirations, which could affect our carriage of the programmer's channels, can be found at https://my.xfinity.com/ contractrenewals/ or by calling 866.216.8634

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Re: Soon I won't have any movie channels from my original contract


@nickp1 wrote:

Well viewing todays 2/3/2020 PDF statement (Feb-March billing cycle), I lose MoviePlex in March that was included in my original contract.

Soon I am sure I won't have any movie channels left to watch.

Thanks Xfinity.

 

Effective March 24, 2020, MoviePlex will no longer be available through Xfinity.


The Regulatory Cost Recovery fee is neither government mandated nor a tax, but is assessed by Comcast to recover certain federal, state, and local regulatory costs.
Information on programmer contract expirations, which could affect our carriage of the programmer's channels, can be found at https://my.xfinity.com/ contractrenewals/ or by calling 866.216.8634


Given recent events impacting our customers and community, the scheduled removal of Movieplex on March 24, 2020 has been deferred. We will notify customers further before we make any change regarding Movieplex.


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