Broadband jumpstarts new initiative for Casco
By Allen Edmonds, The Democrat MissourianNot a single line has been connected, but one group of Cass Countians is already reaping the benefits from a broadband initiative that has taken its share of public heat during its startup months.Last fall, the U.S. Department of Agriculture awarded the county $26 million in grant money to extend high-speed ...
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#1 Aug 3, 2011
I like the idea of having better internet service but I have a real problem with the Broadband User Agreement. When they come out to your house and ask you to sign the agreement they are not informed and can't answer any questions you have. If you read the User Agreement it clearly states that by signing the agreement you are committed to using their services. When I asked if this was true the service tech said no, you are not obligated to use their service. However; when I showed him where it sated the opposite of what he said, he then said he was not sure and that I should call Cass Broadband direct. When I did call them, they too were unclear if I was obligated or not.
The way it reads, by signing the agreement you have given away your rights to deny their services and are obligated to pay their rates, despite the fact they have not set their rates yet. Be warned!!!
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