As long as I had reasonable grounds to feel I should be let out of the contract, then I don't feel I would be screwing them over by fighting to get out. By reasonable grounds, I mean if they were to change the terms of our agreement, increase my costs beyond what was agreed to or were unable to provide the services they committed to provide as a part of out agreement, amongst other reasons. The alternative, in that case, would to be allow Rogers to screw me out of some misplace feeling of loyalty or obligation to continue our relationship.
I would not, for example, try to get out just because I could get a better deal elsewhere. Having said all of that, I would have no issue with putting myself into a position where it would make it easier for me to terminate when conditions do mandate the end of our relationship, for example by having them renew my contract with no hardware.
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