Zayo zColo Xcon Pricing
clayton at MNSi.Net
Wed Mar 7 17:04:26 UTC 2018
Or the services you can only cancel once a year,
may not give early notice of cancellation, and if
you miss the window, you're on the hook another year.
Any contract we do with our customers is always
MCP - Minimum Contract Period with automatic
month to month renewals at the end - unless we're
buying the facility from another carrier, then we mirror their terms.
Colo providers try to set it up so that the terms
for all your different services with them expire
on different intervals to try to make it
impossible for you to ever cancel without lots of pain.
At 11:55 AM 07/03/2018, Mel Beckman wrote:
>NRC? Do you mean ETC (early termination charge)?
>This is a sore point with me in all telco
>contracts. They want a one- or two-year term, or
>even three, and in exchange give you a discount
>on the installation and a tiny MRC reduction.
>But if you cancel early, they demand full
>payment for all the remaining months! I realize
>that the contract is written this way, but why?
>It doesnât seem fair at all, and as a service
>provider myself, I know this is actually a huge
>unearned windfall for the provider.
>To make things worse, many providers subtly
>plant an âauto-renewâ clause in their
>contracts. You miss canceling but the end of the
>contract date, and BOOM, youâre on the hook for another two years!
> Iâve been burned by this more than once.
> > On Mar 7, 2018, at 8:41 AM, Romeo Czumbil
> <Romeo.Czumbil at tierpoint.com> wrote:
> > Wait till you ask for a disconnect. Then you get hit again for a hefty NRC
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: NANOG [mailto:nanog-bounces at nanog.org] On Behalf Of James Laszko
> > Sent: Wednesday, March 7, 2018 10:11 AM
> > To: nanog <nanog at nanog.org>
> > Subject: Zayo zColo Xcon Pricing
> > One of our coloâs in San Diego was
> purchased by Zayo recently and I requested a
> new copper Ethernet xcon to be placed. After a
> few days I received a quote from my new rep
> quoting a MRC 3x what Iâm currently paying
> for existing xconâs as well as a hefty NRC as
> well. Anyone have any experience with this
> kind of thing? Anyone care to share what an
> average copper xcon, single floor, meet-me-room
> to cage, Ethernet from carrier circuit costs? (This xcon is approx 30 feet..)
> > Thanks!
> > James
> > Sent from my iPad
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