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Help with downgrading within 30 day guarantee


I'm a new customer and 30 days money back guarantee is not over yet. During the first day we spent more than 3 hours on the phone with tech support, trying to make DVR work. It was unsuccessful. We were told that a tech visit is inevitable but it will be free of charge because it is a technical problem on their part. A day later, a technician came and the first thing he said was "please sign here, that you agree to pay for the installation." I refused, and the next day I went to their store and just exchanged a non-working DVR for a new one and everything was fine. A week or so later I got my first bill with $ 25.00 + in fees (excluding taxes). It is extra $600.00 ($25x24 month) that I was not told about. In addition, I watch TV for no more than 2 hours a day. So I would like to know if it's possible to switch to the Internet only with a promo price plan, or I have to look for another provider. Thank you.

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Re: Help with downgrading within 30 day guarantee

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