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When does my contact end

No matter how many times I look, I cannot locate the end of my contract date, please tell me where to I can find it.  Thank you

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Re: When does my contact end

Go to "My Account".  There should be a link to it on the top right of this page. You might need to sign in again.

 

Then, click on "Settings".  Scroll down to the bottom, where it will say "Legal Agreements & Contract".  If you're under a contract, it should be there.  That'd tell you when it expires.  For termination fees that might apply, check here:  http://forums.xfinity.com/t5/Customer-Service/Early-Termination-Fees-ETF/m-p/2892662#M122311

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Re: When does my contact end


@claudettef82 wrote:

No matter how many times I look, I cannot locate the end of my contract date, please tell me where to I can find it.  Thank you


https://customer.xfinity.com/#/settings/account select settings after logging in, and go to the 'legal agreements and contract' link



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Re: When does my contact end

 

Hello claudettef82, the information that (Rustyben) provided is correct. If you need further assistance with locating your contract date and terms please reach back out to me here. 

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