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Old 24.02.2020, 16:58
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Re: Still need to pay 2 more months after cancelling UPC?

Sounds about right. Look at the Ts and Cs from Cablecom online, found with a quick google search. These are for mobile but I'd bet the conditions are similar for bundles:

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7. What is your contract term and how can you terminate it?
The contract shall enter into force upon signature. The minimum contract term shall commence upon activation of the mobile services, as explained in the contract. The contract shall remain in force for at least as long as is stipulated in the contract under the heading contract term, and shall subsequently continue for an indefinite period. Upon expiry of the minimum term you may terminate the service in question subject to complying with 2 months notice of termination to the end of a month. Should you terminate the contract prior to expiry of the minimum contract term, we shall be entitled to invoice you for the service charges due until the end of the minimum term. Notwithstanding the minimum term, UPC reserves the right to terminate the contract subject to complying with 2 months notice of termination to the end of a month.