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How long is a lifetime? If you’re Comcast, it’s until a rival quits a city: ISP 'broke' price promise

Aristotles slow and dimwitted horse Silver badge

Maybe, but a contract is legally binding at both ends so I'm assuming that (A) the contract would need to contain some legal confetti to explain termination or expiry conditions, or (B) at the very least Comcast would need to contact the customer to agree a change to those terms.

Small print terms buried down on page 14 of an agreement such as "we retain the right to change terms or cancel/revoke/withdraw services at any point without notification" generally don't stand up in court.

But this is the US legal system right? So anything could happen.

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