If you`re in a contract with HughesNet and are unhappy with your service, you may be wondering whether you can get out of your contract without facing penalties. The answer is yes, but it`s not as simple as just canceling your service.
First, you need to understand the terms of your contract. HughesNet contracts typically last for 24 months and include an early termination fee (ETF), which can be up to $400. The ETF decreases by $15 for each month of service completed, so if you`re halfway through your contract, you`ll still owe around $200 if you cancel.
However, there are some circumstances under which you may be able to avoid the ETF. HughesNet allows customers to cancel their contract without penalty if they move to a location that is not serviced by HughesNet. They also have a 30-day trial period during which you can cancel without penalty if you`re not satisfied with the service.
If neither of these options applies to you, there are still some things you can do to minimize the impact of the ETF. You can try negotiating with HughesNet to see if they will waive or reduce the fee. If you have a legitimate complaint about the service, such as consistently slow speeds or frequent outages, you may have a better chance of success.
Alternatively, you can try transferring the service to someone else. HughesNet allows customers to transfer their account to another person, as long as they pass a credit check and agree to take over the remaining months of the contract. This can be a good option if you know someone who is interested in HughesNet and is willing to take over your contract.
In any case, it`s important to be aware of the terms of your contract and the potential consequences of canceling early. While it may be frustrating to be stuck in a contract you`re not happy with, there are options available to help you minimize the impact and move on to a better service.
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