audit13 wrote: ↑Jun 6th, 2012 7:22 pmThe Bell data cancellation fee is only $200? I thought Bell changed the penalty provisions so that the earlier in your contract you cancel the data, the more you pay to offset the data subsidy shown in the contract. The maximum penalty would be the data subsidy which could be more than $200, or am I wrong?
Terms & Conditions:
Ending the Agreement: You can cancel this Agreement or any Services at any time by calling Client Care. Termination
date will be 30 days from the day you call. See Bell's and your other cancellation rights in the attached Terms of Service.
You must pay the amounts below, plus taxes:
-Service Agreement Price Adjustment (SAPA), if you cancel your rate plan before the end of the Commitment period: the
greater of (a) $100 or (b) $20 per month left in the Commitment period after termination to a maximum of $400, and/or
-Data Service Agreement Price Adjustment (DSAPA), if we gave you a Data Credit and you cancel your data feature/plan
before the end of the Commitment period: the Data Credit set out above (or if none set out above, on the original Service
Agreement modified by this Agreement) divided by the total number of months in the Commitment period, multiplied by the
number of months left in the Commitment period after termination up to a maximum of $200.
-The combined SAPA and DSAPA amounts, if you cancel both the monthly rate plan and the data feature/plan.
So if one receives a $425 data discount, then their data ECF reduces by $11.80 each month...but until month 16-17, they will pay $200 ECF as that is the maximum allowed. After that point, it'll continue to drop by $11.80 each month.
Corporate Account Manager for a Bell Mobility Reseller