You'll probably be charged a prorated fee of 50% what it was supposed to be.
A Couple of things you could try:
-Does Cingular release you from a contract if you move out of their coverage area? (idk but I've heard some carriers do)
-You could switch to a $7/mo Security plan which is probably cheaper then the termination fee.
-Depending on your situation with your company, you could see if they would pay the fee since it is their fault you have to cancel
-You could try and find someone who you could give your phone to and get them to take over the contract for you.