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early termination / 3G shutdown delayed / free book offer from Jay Stuck
January 14, 2021
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            Alarm industry veteran Jay Stuck has a great way to begin the New Year, a free book hot off the press.  Beginning January 13th through January 15, 2021, Jay is making his new book, The Plus, available to everyone on this forum.  Search Jay Stuck, The Plus on Kindle for the e-book download.  
            Use this link to get the book.
            Please order this book and please give Jay a great review once you’ve read it.  
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            “What if the entire planet fell asleep for ten years? And most people didn't wake up? The Plus races across the country, where people are desperate for food, and mankind's only hope is a wounded former Marine Major. From Chicago to Area 51, The Plus is a science fiction tale that's ripped from the headlines. "It wasn’t the normal kind of Armageddon. Yeah, a bunch of people died. But some stuff still worked. Kinda. But as you’d expect, after ten years, most of the stuff didn’t. The smart people called it The Hyber. Most everyone else called it The Plus. You know, like in ‘Plus Ten.’ Get it?"
early termination
   I have a question about the Commercial All in One.  Can you advise where it states what the customer is responsible for if they do an early termination to our contract?  I have a customer that signed a 3-year contract in June and cancelled due to moving out of building
 Thank you 
            Except in California there is no “early termination”, unless you want to call the subscriber’s breach of the contract an early termination.  Subscriber’s default is dealt with handily in the Legal paragraph in the All in One. The subscriber owes 100% of any amount due at time of default and 80% of the balance of the term of the contract.  If any equipment is leased, the Lease All in One provides for equipment value, and the subscriber owes 80% of that value.
            K&K will support the All in One by handling your collection case through arbitration.  Our success rate is close to 75% before court intervention is required, and approximately 50% of those cases continuing for confirmation of the arbitration award.  We only take cases where our Kirschenbaum Contracts are involved.  Contact our head paralegal Kathleen Lampert at 516 747 6700 x 319 or to get started in our collection department program.
3G shutdown delayed
            I found this this morning, might be important to your newsletter subscribers. The Verizon 3g sunset is being pushed back again:
            “Verizon is indefinitely delaying the shutdown of its 3G network, pushing back the original plan for the network to shutter at the end of 2020 to an as-yet-undetermined point in the future.
            The news comes from Verizon spokesperson Kevin King, who 
tells Light Reading, “Our 3G network is operational and we don’t have a plan to shut it down at this time. We’ll work with customers to move them to newer technology.”
             According to Light Reading, Verizon previously announced that it planned to shutter the 3G network at the end of 2020, which was already a delay. (The company originally intended to close the network at the end of 2019.) Now, it seems that Verizon is once again punting that decision down the road.
            The interesting part of this decision is that Verizon is making it solely for customers who are still using their existing 3G devices. The company 
no longer allows customers to activate new 3G phones on its network (as of 2018), nor does it offer prepaid 3G service (as of 2019). Obviously, Verizon would prefer that its customers upgrade to new 4G LTE — or, at this point, 5G — plans (presumably with new phones that they’ll buy through the carrier). But the repeated delays in shutting down the 3G network seem to suggest that the transition isn’t going as fast as the company would like.”
  Anthony Vanhorn
  The Security Guy

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