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post #1 of 4 Old 03-05-2012, 01:53 AM - Thread Starter
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How often can you place a hold on your NF account?

Does NF get miffed if you put the account on hold for 2 months and then turn it on for one month and then hold again for 2 months and so on....
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Read their TOS for details. If they do not specify limitations then you should be able to do as you posted.
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You can put your account on hold as much and as long as you like, the only drawback is they charge you an entire month and they don't prorate if you cancel mid-month. I had my account on hold for 11 months a few years ago when I tried Blockbuster, Blockbuster only lets you put your account on hold for three months and they automatically turn it back on.

Side note: you can see when you will be billed again by going to Account/Billing History.
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The TOS doesn't say anything about how frequently you can suspend your account.

The lack of pro-ration can be circumvented by starting the hold just before your billing cycle date and starting again just after....
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